Do all shooting chrony brand models go flaky in cold weather?
My F-1 chrony is fairly new. Occasionally it will fail to give me a reading on a shot, but that's something I'm OK with. My frustration comes at power-up, when it won't boot up to the point where it is ready to time a shot. The problems seem to be temperature dependent. The colder it is, the less likely it is to to come up clean, when powered up. At moderately cold temps (<50F), the 2nd sensor, or "trap" starts reporting errors on boot-up. But when temps go under say about 40 or so, there are a few different errors that will show up on the display, which is built into the front of the first trap's sensor.
Is this normal? Or did I end up with a factory reject, or something?
It was purchased (new, supposedly) on ebay.