Newgy Digital Upgrade KitItem#: HN-NGY016
- Converts your Robo-Pong 2040 or 2000 into a 2050
- Digital robot body with mountable control box
- Multiple programmable modes, including 64 drills
- Digital control regulates speed, timing, and landing
- PC Mode runs custom drills created on your own PC
- Includes 2050 owners manual and connecting cables
- 1-year limited warranty and 5-year service policy
2050 robot body, Digital control box, Mounting bracket, Universal power supply, Connector cable, 2050 owners manual
Bring your Robo-Pong into the digital age with the cost-effective Newgy Digital Upgrade Kit. It might not seem like much of an adjustment, but trust us. This kit will completely transform your table tennis time!
This upgrade kit includes a 2050 robot body, digital control box and mounting bracket, universal power supply, shielded connector cable, and 2050 owners manual. Simply remove your old 2040 or 2000 robot body from the net system, replace it with your new 2050 body, mount the control box to the table, make your connections, and your old Robo-Pong is now transformed into a 2050!
What makes this digital upgrade so special? Well, the 2050 robot uses revolutionary digital technology to provide easy, precise regulation of ball speed, wait time, and landing location. Sixty-four stored drills and the ability to upload your own custom drills make the Robo-Pong 2050 an outstanding trainer for beginners and professionals alike.
You can start with Normal Mode, which gives you basic manual control over each function. To experience an exhilarating, unpredictable training session, switch to Drill Mode and take on any of the 64 drills stored on the controller. Using a simple interface, the Robo-Pong's PC Mode allows you to create, save, and swap custom drills directly from your personal computer. Select your desired language and calibrate motors to a set standard with the easy Setup Mode.
Lefty? No problem. The smart 2050 design lets you select favored hand so drills run correctly for right-handers and left-handers alike. For a quick cardio workout, tell your Robo-Pong 2050 to throw balls for 5 minutes, and it will automatically calculate how many balls will be thrown in that time. The oscillating ball thrower will keep you on your toes as it shoots out balls at multiple angles up to a speed of 65 mph.
Features of the 2050 Robot:
- Turn unit on or off.
- Ball speed from less than 10 mph to 65 mph.
- Ball frequency from 1.2 balls per minute to 170 balls per minute.
- Side-to-side head movement from slow to fast.
- Oscillation range: selects the area of the table where sweeping action will occur. You may choose several different ranges, from full table to one-quarter table. With oscillator on, robot will deliver balls only within the selected range.
- Run 64 pre-programmed drills.
- Create your own drills through the Robo-Soft program by connecting a PC to your robot's control box.
- Must be adjusted at the robot.
- Head angle: to produce low shot, high shot, or select serving action (ball hits robot's side of table first) or return action (ball hits player's side of table first).
- Spin: select topspin, underspin, sidespin, or combination spin.
Founded in 1975 by Joe Newgarden, Newgy Industries is based around Joe's original design of the Newgy robot. The design took 16 years of research and development before its first commercial release in 1988. Joe believes that the robot, if properly used, can revolutionize the way we learn table tennis, whether we're beginners or national champions. Designed for simple use, easy storage, and easy maintenance, the Newgy robot can be used by any player at any skill level and is a truly unique addition to the world of table tennis.
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