A Modular System, endless customization possibilities!
POLARIS is made of modular components that allow the creation of Daggers, Long Saber or Saber Staff.
Sizes in illustrations above are not proportional.
Customization / Maintenance
BEFORE YOU START!
Electronic components and a protected Li-Ion battery are located inside Polaris Main Body and Emitter. Wiring connects the electronic parts in the Emitter with the electronic core in the Main Body. Apply caution when you dissassemble and assemble Polaris following instructions detailed below after having watched the tutorials listed below:
a) How to mount a blade with a SSe-1/SSe-2/SSe-3 Emitter or Artiglio;
b) How to dismount / mount Emitters on Main Bodies (SSe-1/SSe-2/SSe-3, EVO, Artiglio);
c) How to remove an Anima core from a Polaris;
Polaris has no glued parts, making the maintenance operations fast and reversible. To disassamble mechanical parts, you will need:
- Allen key
- Flat head screwdriver
To perform maintainance on consumables (LEDs, Speaker), in addition of the corresponding spare parts, you will need:
- welding iron
- soldering paste
CAUTION: performing any maintenance on the soundboard with no written approval by LamaDiLuce will result in the immediate loss of all warranty services!
– Main Body –
EVO Anima (5.)
EVO Main Body (6.)
Anima Screw (14.)
Screwdriver (not included)
On the side where there is the LAMAdiLUCE word there is the USB port.
On the side where there is the LAMAdiLUCE logo there is the activation switch.
Insert the EVO Anima, starting from the threaded Support LED.
Match the side with the USB port to the side of the Main Body with the small threaded hole above the flat opening.
When the USB port is be aligned correctly, tighten the Anima setscrew.
On the opposite side of the Main Body, the activation switch will be aligned with the other opening.
– Emitter –
Blade Screw (15.)
Place the lens and tighten the threaded Support LED (5a.) on the Emitter.
WARNING! Make sure the cables are in the appropriate compartments to prevent clipping them.
While tightening, keep the Lens straight and centered, so that the LED matches the Lens.
Turn emitter 3-4 times counterclockwise before tightening it clockwise to the Main Body, it will prevent excessive cable twist.
Make sure not to cut the cables by pinching them in the Main Body thread. If you feel that a clear lock doesn’t occur at the last rotation, cables might be obstructing the thread.
– Pommel –
LamaDiLuce Ring (8.)
Weight Disk (9.)
Pommel Adaptor (11.)
Pommel Mask (12.)
Pommel Plate (13.)
Screwdriver (not included)
Tighten the Pommel Mask at the Pommel Adaptor
Tighten the Pommel Plate in the Pommel Adaptor
Make sure it is screwed until the end.
Insert the LamaDiLuce ring and the Weights
Over time, during fights, it is possible that the Weight Disk could become loose. It is perceived from the tinkling of weights. If so, unlock the Pommel and tighten the disk again.
Weight Disk must be tightened firmly to lock the weights.
Tighten the Pommel to the Main Body.