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  • Vector pro

    Hey Folks. I am new to the forum. Interested to know if anyone is still using the vector pro. got a deal on ebay and the unit is in great condition. the guy even sent me the cpu he was using with it since i was having issues with the hardware download. i'll admit i'm not to good with computers. i did get it working and i think the version on the computer was 2.1 (?). sometimes the computer would recognize the vector and sometimes it wouldn't. i know every time the computer is turned off, i have to hit the F8 key and disable the driver signature option since it is a 64 bit. all would would well when it did "hook up" properly. i went on accusport site and downloaded the newer software and now when i go to the "advanced" settings, there is nothing at the bottom to make changes, like the swing speed and other things that were there before. all that shows is the camera info that shows the ball. i was able to change the swing speed feature on the top right of the screen, but that is not showing either. not sure what i have done. any advice? also, does this unit measure or calculate club head speed? thanks in advance.

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    I used to own a Vector Pro. I gave it away. It really is not supported by anyone anymore. I am surprised that you were able to download software from a website, as they stopped providing support several years ago.

    The unit does not measure club head speed. It tries to measure ball speed and spin.

    I found the unit to be quite frustrating.

    Understand that my reply may not be the most encouraging, but not sure that you'll find very many who have even owned this technology.

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    • #3
      Thanks for the reply. There was quite a bit of info on forums a few years back and the those that didn't have issues really praised the unit. I'm sure for the $250 I paid for it it will be useful until I can upgrade.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by bencowan View Post
        Thanks for the reply. There was quite a bit of info on forums a few years back and the those that didn't have issues really praised the unit. I'm sure for the $250 I paid for it it will be useful until I can upgrade.
        There is really nothing wrong with a Vector Pro if you understand how it works In fact the hard core measurement technique is the same as a Skytrak.I went with a GC2 only because of the simulation software available.

        If you PM me your email address I'll look and see if I still have a copy of the user manual which explains how to use the device properly. I'm currently in Jamaica but will be home in a couple of days.

        I used a Vector Pro for a few years with excellent results If you put up the ball images being processed along with what the unit used for edge detection you can readily see when there is a screw up in the computational algorithms and just disregard those results.

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