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Viewloader Revolution Board Identification

Starting to sort Viewloader Revolution parts, most of what I’ve written below are assumptions so if anyone sees anything wrong or knows any exact identification of models please post below or email and I’ll edit the original post.

Revolution board identification

These Viewloader¬†Revolution¬†Boards are all out of 12v Revolution shells. Vl-2000 used 9v shells which I don’t think take boards so none of these are vl-2000s.

12v shells which used a single battery would still be a Revolutions but a would be 9v instead of 12v.

18v shedder shells also no not use these style boards.

Current VL loaders and parts are on the site here but will not include boards, motors or eyes until these are uploaded:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/hoppers/electric-loaders/electric-viewloaders.html

The same photo is available here (which can be slightly higher resolution if facebook downsizes based on your screen res):
http://www.baccipaintball.com/guns/parts/revy-boards-numbers.jpg
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Nine different boards styles are shown below.
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#1. Has an aluminum heat sink? coming off the top.
V12 board.

#2. Has a jumper going from the motor connector to the switch. Has 100019 written to the left of the switch. I believe this is one of the newer style boards.
V12 board.

#3. Has 100019 written to the left of the switch. I believe this is one of the newer style boards (no jumper like #2).
V12 board.

#4. 0136 code to the left of the switch seems like most recent x boards Has HL2 V8 BCP 94v-8 on the right edge.
V12 board.

#5. 0128 code to the left of the switch seems like a newer style boards Has HL2 V8 BCP 94v-8 on the right edge.
V12 board.

#6. 0111 code to the left of the switch seems like a newer style x boards Has HL2 V8 BCP 94v-8 on the right edge.
V12 board.

#7. Seems like the earliest style 12v board. seems like a newer style x boards Has HL2 V8 BCP 94v-8 on the right edge.
V12 board.

#8. Earlier style 9v Revy (single 9v battery).

#9. Later style 9v Revy (single 9v battery). Has a Red plastic base.

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