IRT-2X Drone

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Specifications

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Release Date 2005
Firing Semi-Automatic/Three Tag Burst
Magazine Size 10 Rounds
Shield Toggle
Reload Automatic
Sights Top
Scope Optional Virtual Scope
Force Feedback Optional Thunder Pack
Dome Lights No
Mute Yes
Indoor Mode Reduces Emitter Power
IFF/Proximity/Hit Confirmation Yes
Mega-Tags No
Medic Mode No
Can Host Yes
LTAG 10 Tags
TTAG No
Power Regulator No
Worlds of Wonder Compatibility Yes (with bugs)
Manual User Manual (PDF)

Power Off

Press the 2nd F and Cancel buttons at the same time to turn off the power.

Mute

Press and hold the 2nd F button for two or more seconds during a game to toggle mute on and off.

Worlds of Wonder Compatibility

Turn on the tagger and use the up and down arrow buttons to select QUIT. Press the 2nd F button five times and then press the OK button.

Use the up and down arrow buttons to select one of the following modes:

Mode Tagger Type Sensor Lighting
SLYT Starlyte Pistol No N/A
SPRO Starlyte Pro Rifle No N/A
SLSN Starlyte Pistol Yes Normal
SPSN Starlyte Pro Rifle Yes Normal
SLSB Starlyte Pistol Yes Bright
SPSB Starlyte Pro Rifle Yes Bright

The bright lighting modes decrease the sensitivity of the receivers so that sunlight doesn't cause problems.

Press the OK button to use the default of six tags before you are tagged out. To choose a different value, instead, hold the 2nd F button and press the OK button. Then, use the up and down arrow buttons to select the desired number of tags and press OK.

While playing, you can press the up or down arrow buttons to toggle between two displays. One shows the mode (SLYT, SPRO, etc.) and how many tags you have remaining. The other shows the elapsed game time.

If you are tagged out, one display shows the elapsed game time and the other shows how long you survived before being tagged out.

Bugs

In Worlds of Wonder compatibility mode, the IRT-2X Drone will take tags from its own shots. Brian Farley has posted | instructions for a modification to fix this.

In Worlds of Wonder compatibility mode, the IRT-2X Drone does not reset how long you survived before being tagged out between games. So, the time shown is the total time you survived in all the Worlds of Wonder games you've played since you turned the tagger on.

With the IRT-2X Drone in a hosted game, if the trigger is pulled within the last one second of the countdown, the tagger will be unable to be debriefed by the host at the end of the game. No indication that this has happened will be shown until the end of the game during the debriefing. At that time, UNDL will be shown on the display. This bug also affects the Tag Master Blaster tagger.

Accessory Kit

The 2 Pack Accessory Kit included haptic feedback and an aim sight to the stock tagger.