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Take the perfect Shot.

Take the perfect Shot.

Take the perfect Shot.

You've never seen a bow sight like this before. It measures the angle-compensated distance to your target and provides an LED pin for the shot. No more jeopardizing your shot by trying to range the animal and then draw your bow. Streamline your shot experience with the Hoyt Picatinny Xero A1i Pro Bow Sight, powered by Garmin. Compatible with Hoyt's In-Line Picatinny System for better bow balance and less weight (Also comes with an adapter for standard sight mounts.)

You've never seen a bow sight like this before. It measures the angle-compensated distance to your target and provides an LED pin for the shot. No more jeopardizing your shot by trying to range the animal and then draw your bow. Streamline your shot experience with the Hoyt Picatinny Xero A1i Pro Bow Sight, powered by Garmin. Compatible with Hoyt's In-Line Picatinny System for better bow balance and less weight (Also comes with an adapter for standard sight mounts.)

You've never seen a bow sight like this before. It measures the angle-compensated distance to your target and provides an LED pin for the shot. No more jeopardizing your shot by trying to range the animal and then draw your bow. Streamline your shot experience with the Hoyt Picatinny Xero A1i Pro Bow Sight, powered by Garmin. Compatible with Hoyt's In-Line Picatinny System for better bow balance and less weight (Also comes with an adapter for standard sight mounts.)

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Garmin GPS Xero Arc View A1 Bow Sig Left Hand

Range, Sight and Shoot the Exact Pin

Know the range, and shoot the exact pin with minimal movement using Xero bow sights. They’re the first bow-mounted digital laser range finders and targeting display systems that measure the angle-compensated distance to your target and provide an LED pin for the shot — even on those “in-between” yardages. LED pins automatically adjust brightness to conditions and allow you to see your target, unobstructed by physical pins. A single-button trigger lets you range at rest or full draw to game up to 100 yards away or to reflective targets up to 300 yards. Both Xero A1 and A1i are customizable for single-pin and multipin configurations or manual pin selection.

All-in-one Design

Xero bow sights mount directly to your bow, providing a highly accurate laser range finder that calculates the exact LED pin to use for the shot. There’s no need to fumble with a separate range finder or guess which pin to use.

Laser Range Finder

No more guessing about yardages in between pins. Xero A1 and A1i bow sights instantly provide the precise angle-compensated distance to game up to 100 yards away or up to 300 yards on reflective targets, at rest or full draw.

LED Pins

The beauty of using bright LED pins is that you can clearly see them over your target, unobstructed by physical pins. Xero A1 utilizes red LEDs while A1i gives you the option to use red or green LEDs.

For even more pin stack customization, you can move your range pin stack up or down so you don’t have to recalibrate the entire stack. You will need to reset your mechanical adjustments to match the new pin stack to ensure proper arrow impact is achieved. This is useful when you want your 20/30/40 pins centered in the housing for one style of hunting but also desire to achieve your maximum range on other hunting styles.

Silent Button Trigger

When stealth and stillness are critical, Xero bow sights require minimal movement, at rest or full draw. You mount the button in the most convenient location for your grip so that 1 finger can silently trigger the laser range finder to give you the distance and exact pin you need for the shot.

Practice Makes Perfect

Record your performance during practice shooting sessions, and review your stats for various ranges and sessions over time.

Tournament-Ready

You can also record your shot dynamics during a tournament where range finders are not allowed. A competition file is created during the tournament, which allows you to go back and review cant from shot to shot.

Make Sure Your Shot Is Level

Built-in level indicators allow you to eliminate cant from your shot. A top pin blinking indicates canting the bow to the right. A bottom pin blinking indicates cant to the left. The center pin is always solid. These 3 pins will always appear away from your aiming pins.

Xero A1

 

General

PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS3.9″ x 3.1″ x 3.8″ (100.3 x 79.4 x 97.1 mm)
DISPLAY SIZE1.00″W x 0.42″H (2.5 x 1.1 cm); 2.0″ diag (5.0 cm)
DISPLAY RESOLUTION160 x 68 pixels
DISPLAY TYPEsunlight-visible, transflective memory-in-pixel (MIP)
WEIGHT14.7 oz (418.0 g)
BATTERY TYPE2 lithium AAA (not included)
BATTERY LIFEUp to 1 year
WATER RATINGIPX7

Additional

ADDITIONAL
  • LED pins: 1 color (red)
  • Pin diameter = .007” and larger
  • Range: 100 yards to game; 300 yards to reflective targets
  • Operating range: -20C (-4F) to 60C (140F) with two AAA Lithium batteries.
  • Glass lens coating:
    target side is anti-reflective, water repellant and easy clean
    archer side is 20% reflective, water repellant and easy clean
  • Light projection: no visible light is ever projected towards the target
  • Magnification: none
  • Pin brightness: ambient light sensor controlled or manual
  • Silent button trigger
  • Shot counter
  • Customizable fixed pins
  • Xero A1 bow sight (right- or left-handed depending on version selected)
  • Mount
  • 2 screws
  • Protective bag
  • Grip tape
  • microUSB cable
  • Manual

 

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Garmin Xero® S

Track, Score and Analyze Every Shot You Take

• Downloadable app for your smartphone or tablet to review a catalog of in-depth data from every shot of every round captured by Xero S1
• Automatically syncs your scores and performance metrics for every round you shoot on Xero S1
• Detailed stats on your hit percentages, average score and longest streak
• See performance metrics for reaction time, shot position, shot break quality, clay distance at break and more
• Learn your strengths and weaknesses by station or clay angle, and see your improvement over time

When paired with the Xero S1 trapshooting trainer, our Xero S app keeps track of your scores and shooting data. The free Xero S app provides further insight into your performance metrics and overall accuracy from every event and practice. You can even search your historical records from a specific event or within a specified date range to view performance trends over time.

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Garmin Xero S1 Trapshooting Trainer: Getting Started

GARMIN XERO X1I (01) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: XERO®X1i Owner’s Manual © 2020 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Garmin. Garmin reserves the right to change or improve its products and to make changes in the content of this manual without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. Go to garmin.com for current updates and supplemental information concerning the use of this product. Garmin®, the Garmin logo, ANT®, and Xero® are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries, registered in the USA and other countries. Garmin Express™ and Laser Locate™ are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. These trademarks may not be used without the express permission of Garmin. Mac® is a trademark of Apple Inc, registered in the U.S. and other countries. Windows® is a registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. Table of Contents Getting Started............................................................... 1 Device Overview......................................................................... 1 Installing AAA Batteries.............................................................. 2 Mounting the Scope.................................................................... 2 Installing the Remote Trigger Cable........................................... 2 Turning the Device On or Off...................................................... 3 Adjusting the Eyepiece............................................................... 3 Setup Overview.......................................................................... 3 Adjusting Windage and Elevation............................................... 3 Using the Scope............................................................. 3 Display Overview........................................................................ 3 Opening the Quick Options Menu.............................................. 4 Adjusting Brightness.............................................................. 4 Setting the Ranging Mode..................................................... 4 Setting a Manual Range........................................................ 4 Viewing Shot Dynamics......................................................... 4 Adding Bolt Profiles.................................................................... 4 Activating or Editing Bolt Profiles........................................... 4 Adding Aim Points..................................................................4 Laser Locations.......................................................................... 4 Sending Locations to a Device.............................................. 4 Measuring the Size of a Target...................................................5 Using Stalk Mode........................................................................5 Settings........................................................................... 5 Display Settings.......................................................................... 5 Color Settings........................................................................ 5 Data Fields............................................................................. 5 Setting the String Odometer....................................................... 5 Resetting the String Odometer.............................................. 5 Pro Settings................................................................................ 5 Device Alignment Settings..................................................... 6 Level Settings............................................................................. 6 Xero Location Settings................................................................6 Shot Dynamics Settings..............................................................6 Calibrating the Compass............................................................ 6 Adjusting the Focus.................................................................... 6 System Settings.......................................................................... 6 Changing the Units of Measure............................................. 6 Device Information......................................................... 6 Device Specifications..................................................................6 Viewing E-label Regulatory and Compliance Information.......... 6 Product Updates......................................................................... 7 Updating the Software Using a Computer............................. 7 Connecting the Device to Your Computer............................. 7 Device Care................................................................................ 7 Cleaning the Device............................................................... 7 Getting More Information............................................................ 7 Troubleshooting.......................................................................... 7 The point of impact moves between shots............................ 7 My device displays only fixed aim points............................... 7 Resetting the Device.............................................................. 7 Index................................................................................ 8 Table of Contents i

Getting Started WARNING Always inspect your equipment prior to shooting a crossbow. Always understand your target and what lies beyond your target before taking a shot. Failure to account for your shooting environment could cause property damage, injury, or death. You are responsible for understanding and complying with any applicable regulations for shooting a crossbow. This device has a protective housing which, when in place, prevents human access to laser radiation in excess of the accessible emission limit (AEL) for Class 1 laser products. This device should not be modified or operated without its housing or optics. Operating this device without a housing and optics, or operating this device with a modified housing or optics that expose the laser source, may result in direct exposure to laser radiation and the risk of permanent eye damage. Removal or modification of the diffuser in front of the laser optic may result in the risk of permanent eye damage. See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information. 1 Install two AAA lithium batteries in the device (Installing AAA Batteries, page 2). 2 Mount the device on your crossbow (Mounting the Scope, page 2). 3 Turn on the device (Turning the Device On or Off, page 3). 4 Adjust the eyepiece focus (Adjusting the Eyepiece, page 3). 5 Follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate the device for your crossbow (Setup Overview, page 3). Device Overview

Ranging button Hold to activate the laser range finder Press to return to hunt mode

OK (PWR)Press to turn on the device Press to select options and configure the device Press to decrease reticle brightness Press to move through menu items Hold to view the quick options menu Press to increase reticle brightness Press to move through menu items Hold to view the quick options menu

Elevation mount adjustment Windage mount adjustment Adjustment lock knob Turn to adjust the scope up or down by 1/2 MOA for each click Turn to adjust the scope left or right by 1/2 MOA for each click Loosen to make windage and elevation adjustments Tighten to lock the adjustments

Battery cover Remove to install batteries or access the micro-USB port

Battery cover latch Remote trigger port Move to release the battery cover Connects to the remote trigger cable

Getting Started 1

Mount screws Secures the scope to a Picatinny or Weaver rail Installing the Remote Trigger Cable

Laser compliance label Contains manufacturer's identification and certification information You can install a remote trigger cable to activate the range finder while your hand is near the crossbow trigger. The remote trigger functions the same as the ranging button on the scope. If necessary, you can disconnect the trigger cable from the trigger cable mount to cock your crossbow. 1 Connect the remote trigger cable to the remote trigger port.

Installing AAA Batteries The device operates on two AAA lithium batteries. Lithium batteries are required for this device. 1 Slide the battery cover latch toward the eyepiece. The battery cover releases from the sight. 2 Insert two AAA lithium batteries into the device, observing polarity. 3 Replace the battery cover. 4 Verify the latch is fully in the locked position. Mounting the Scope The device mounts to a Picatinny or Weaver rail. The scope features a 62 mm (2.44 in.) eye relief. You should mount the device in a position that gives you a clear view through the scope while your cheek is on the cheek rest of the crossbow. 1 Place the device onto the rail. TIP: You should make sure the lug on the bottom of the device is positioned between the grooves on the rail. 2 Using the included screws and washers , secure the mount clamp to the device. 3 Tighten the screws to a maximum torque specification of 2.5 N-m (22 lbf-in.). 2 Press the remote trigger cable into the port and rotate it clockwise until it locks into place. 3 Remove the adhesive backing from the trigger cable clip . NOTE: The device includes two trigger cable clips for flat and curved mounting surfaces. You should select the trigger cable clip that best fits your mounting surface. 4 Press the remote trigger cable clip onto the grip of your crossbow where you can comfortably activate it while aiming. NOTE: You should confirm the remote trigger cable is positioned so that it does not interfere with the operation of the crossbow. 5 Slide the remote trigger cable into the trigger cable clip until it clicks.

2 Getting Started

6 Secure the cable to the crossbow using tape or cable ties. TIP: If you have excess cable length, you can loop the cable or wrap it around the crossbow stock to tighten the slack. Turning the Device On or Off 1 To turn on the device, press and hold PWR. 2 To turn off the device, hold PWR for 3 sec. Adjusting the Eyepiece The device features an adjustable eyepiece. This allows you to focus the scope for your eyesight. You should adjust the eyepiece so the image on the screen and the field of view are in focus at the same time. Rotate the eyepiece to adjust the focus. TIP: To obtain the nominal focus, rotate the eyepiece all the way in, and back it out one full turn. Setup Overview The first time you turn on your device, it walks you through using the windage and elevation adjustments on the mount to set your first aim point. After you set the first aim point, you can add aim points for different distances electronically. You can choose to calibrate your own aim points individually, or the scope can automatically calibrate aim points out to 80 meters or 80 yards, based on the speed of your crossbow. You can add, delete, or recalibrate aim points after completing the setup procedure. If you auto-calibrate your aim points, you should validate your accuracy at 50 meters or 50 yards. It is especially important to validate your accuracy if you enter the crossbow manufacturer's advertised speed. Adjusting Windage and Elevation The device mount includes a locking knob that prevents the mount from being adjusted unintentionally. You must loosen the lock knob before making adjustments. You must tighten the lock knob before taking a shot to prevent the mount from moving during use. 3 Tighten the lock knob until it snaps over one time. NOTE: Do not snap the lock knob more than once while locking the knob. Using the Scope Before you can use the scope, you must calibrate it for your crossbow and bolt. 1 Point the scope at your target. 2 Hold the ranging button until the measured range appears next to the reticle. TIP: TARGET LOCKED appears below the reticle when range finder readings are consistently the same value. 3 Release the ranging button. The device displays an aim point for the measured distance. Display Overview Compass Displays the direction in which you are pointing the device when you range the target. Aim point Displays the aim point for the measured distance. Aim point level Indicates the crossbow is tilted.

1 Using a 3.5 mm (1/8 in.) hex wrench, loosen the lock knob. Steady aim indicator Indicates how steady you are holding the crossbow. The circle expands and contracts with the crossbow motion while aiming.

Roll gauge Displays the angle at which the crossbow is tilted, in degrees.

Line-of-sight distance Displays the measured distance between the laser rangefinder and the target.

Adjusted distance Displays the horizontal distance to the target, which is calculated using the angle of measurement.

Angle of measurement Displays the upward or downward angle from the rangefinder to the target.

2 Turn the dials to adjust windage or elevation . Bubble level Displays a digital level showing the angle at which the crossbow is tilted. Displays the remaining battery power.

Using the Scope 3

Displays the number of shots taken in the current shooting session. Displays the impulse duration of the previous shot, in milliseconds. Displays the roll measurement of the previous shot. Displays the remote trigger cable connection status. Opening the Quick Options Menu The quick options menu provides quick access to additional features and settings. Hold or until the quick options menu appears. Adjusting Brightness You can adjust the screen brightness for your lighting conditions. Select an option: • To adjust the brightness while viewing the reticle, press or . • To view the current brightness level, hold or until the quick options menu appears, and select BRIGHTNESS. Setting the Ranging Mode You can adjust the ranging mode to work more effectively in your hunting environment. For the best results in each ranging mode, you should hold the ranging button until TARGET LOCKED appears. 1 From the quick options menu, select RANGING MODE. 2 Select an option: • To display the most recent value measured by the range finder, select RECENT. This option is ideal for most environments. • To display the closest range measured by the range finder, select MINIMUM. This option is useful when the target is far away and positioned in front of a backdrop, such as a group of trees. • To display the farthest range measured by the range finder, select MAXIMUM. This option is useful when the target is in wooded conditions where the range finder might detect leaves or other interference. Setting a Manual Range You can set an aim point for a specific range manually. This can be useful if you are shooting at a known range. You can set manual aim points only for distances closer than the maximum calibrated range. 1 From the quick options menu, select MANUAL RANGE. The device changes to manual ranging mode. 2 Press or to enter a range. 3 Press OK. The device displays the aim point for the selected range. Viewing Shot Dynamics The device records statistics about your shot dynamics. You can use this feature as a reference to help you improve your accuracy. From the quick options menu, select SHOT DYNAMICS. The device displays recorded statistics from your current shooting session. Adding Bolt Profiles You can add bolt profiles for use with different bolt types and weights. You should set a different bolt profile for each bolt type you use. 1 From the main menu, select PROFILE > ADD BOLT PROFILE. 2 Enter a name for the bolt profile. TIP: You can press or to move through the menu. You can press OK to enter a letter. 3 Select to confirm the name. 4 Select YES to begin calibrating the arrow profile. Activating or Editing Bolt Profiles 1 From the main menu, select PROFILE. 2 Select a bolt profile. 3 Select an option: • To activate a profile, select ACTIVATE. • To adjust the aim points for the selected profile, select AIM POINTS. • To change the bow speed, select BOW SPEED. NOTE: The bow speed option appears only if you auto calibrated aim points while creating the bolt profile. • To validate aim points for an auto-calibrated profile, select VALIDATE. • To edit the profile name, select EDIT NAME. • To reset all calibration data for the current profile, select RESET PROFILE. • To copy the profile data to a new profile, select COPY PROFILE. • To delete the profile, select DELETE. Adding Aim Points You can add aim points to an existing bolt profile to calibrate it for a specific distance. 1 From the main menu, select PROFILE. 2 Select a bolt profile. 3 Select AIM POINTS > . 4 Select an option: • To manually calibrate a new aim point, select CALIBRATED RANGE. • To add a fixed aim point based on your calibrated ranges, select FIXED AIM POINT. 5 Follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate the aim point. Laser Locations While you are hunting with your device, it creates a record of the heading and ranged distance each time you range a target. You can send this data to a compatible Garmin® watch or handheld device. This can be help you to create waypoints or track game. Laser locations appear in the XERO Locations widget or app on your compatible device. You can adjust the broadcast settings from the settings menu on your bow sight (Xero Location Settings, page 6). NOTE: You may need to update the software for your compatible watch or handheld device before you can use the XERO Locations app (Product Updates, page 7). Sending Locations to a Device For wearable devices, before you can receive data from the scope, you must enable the Xero® widget. For more information, see the owner's manual for your Garmin device. You can manually send ranged locations to a compatible Garmin watch or handheld device. 1 From the main menu, select XERO LOCATIONS. 2 Select a ranged location. 3 Select YES.

4 Using the Scope

The scope sends the selected location to your compatible Garmin device. Measuring the Size of a Target Before you can use the meter stick or yardstick feature, you must enable it (Pro Settings, page 5). You can use the meter stick or yardstick feature to measure the size of a target from a distance. 1 Range the target. 2 Tap the ranging button until the scale appears. NOTE: If you have set fixed aim points, you must tap the button two times. If you have not set fixed aim points, you must tap the button only once. The device displays the scale measurement of one meter or one yard at the measured distance. You can use the scale to estimate the size of your target. Using Stalk Mode Before you can use stalk mode, you must enable stalk mode (Pro Settings, page 5). Stalk mode disables the remote trigger cable to prevent you from activating the rangefinder unintentionally. 1 Hold PWR until the prompt appears. The device asks you if you want to enter stalk mode. 2 Select YES. To wake the device from stalk mode, press OK. The remote trigger cable is unlocked until you reenter stalk mode. Settings Display Settings From the main menu, select > DISPLAY. BRIGHTNESS: Shows and sets the display brightness. COLOR: Sets options for the display color (Color Settings, page 5). TIMEOUT: Sets the amount of time the display is active before it turns off. NOTE: The display timeout automatically reduces to 10 seconds while operating the device in temperatures below 0°C (32°F). AIM POINT SHAPE: Sets the shape of the ranged aim point. STEADY AIM: Enables the steady aim feature on the device reticle (Display Overview, page 3). RANGING ANGLE GAUGE: Sets the angle gauge to appear next to the reticle while ranging a target. AIM POINT LEVEL: Sets a level indicator to appear with the measured aim point (Display Overview, page 3). LEVEL GAUGE: Sets the level gauge to appear on the display. BUBBLE LEVEL: Sets the bubble level to appear on the display. The bubble level provides a quick visual indicator of how severely the crossbow is tilted. For best accuracy, you should always keep the bubble level centered while shooting the crossbow. COMPASS: Sets the compass to appear on the display (Display Overview, page 3). TARGET LOCK: Sets the device to display TARGET LOCKED when range finder readings are consistently the same value. DATA FIELDS: Sets which indicators appear while viewing the reticle (Data Fields, page 5). Color Settings From the main menu, select > DISPLAY > COLOR. AUTOMATIC DISPLAY COLOR: Sets the display and aim points to automatically change to red in low-light conditions and green in bright conditions. DISPLAY COLOR: Sets the primary color for the display. AIM POINT COLOR: Sets the aim point color. Data Fields From the main menu, select > DISPLAY > DATA FIELDS. IMPULSE DURATION: Displays the impulse duration of the previous shot, in milliseconds. SHOT ROLL: Displays the roll measurement of the previous shot. SHOT COUNTER: Displays the number of shots taken during the current shooting session. REMOTE CABLE INDICATOR: Displays the remote trigger cable connection status. Setting the String Odometer You can use the string odometer to keep track of how many shots you have taken with your bow string. You should reset the string odometer each time you replace the bow string. 1 From the main menu, select > STRING ODOMETER. 2 Select ENABLED. 3 Enter the maximum string shot count for your bow string. The device keeps track of the number of shots you have taken and counts down the number of shots remaining on your bow string. Resetting the String Odometer 1 From the main menu, select > STRING ODOMETER > RESET. 2 Enter the maximum string shot count for the replacement bow string. Pro Settings From the main menu, select > PRO SETTINGS. STALK MODE: Enables the option to enter a mode that prevents accidental key presses (Using Stalk Mode, page 5). AIM POINT POSITION: Displays the pixel position next to each aim point on the display. DECIMAL PRECISION: Displays the ranged value in decimal format. FLIGHT APEX: Displays an arc above the aim point that shows the highest estimated point the bolt reaches during its flight. AUTO BRIGHTNESS: Enables the device to set the display brightness automatically based on ambient lighting conditions. This feature is enabled by default. RANGE AND AIMPOINT ONLY MODE: Sets the device to display only the range and aim point after ranging the target. METER STICK: Enables a function that projects a scale measurement of one meter on the screen for the distance measured by the range finder. This setting is available only when the unit of measure is set as meters (Measuring the Size of a Target, page 5). YARD STICK: Enables a function that projects a scale measurement of one yard on the screen for the distance measured by the range finder. This setting is available only when the unit of measure is set as yards (Measuring the Size of a Target, page 5). DEVICE ALIGNMENT: Sets options to help you align the device on your crossbow. SECOND AXIS CALIBRATION: Sets options to move the aim point left or right (Calibrating the Second Axis, page 6).

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Device Alignment Settings You can use the device alignment settings to make advanced adjustments to your device alignment. These settings can be useful to adjust for a tilted mounting rail. From the main menu, select > PRO SETTINGS > DEVICE ALIGNMENT. SHIM: Displays a vertical line on the screen to help you shim the mount. You should always verify the vertical line aligns with a plumb reference point. TARE LEVEL: Resets the level to the zero value. SECOND AXIS CALIBRATION: Sets options to move the aim point left or right (Calibrating the Second Axis, page 6). Calibrating the Second Axis You can use the second axis calibration setting to remove any angular offsets that may be present in your crossbow rail to scope interface. 1 Select > PRO SETTINGS > DEVICE ALIGNMENT. 2 Verify the line on the display aligns with a plumb reference point, and press OK. TIP: If the line does not align with a plumb reference point, you should shim and level the mount before calibrating the second axis. 3 Select SECOND AXIS CALIBRATION. 4 Follow the on-screen instructions. Level Settings From the main menu, select > LEVEL. TARE: Sets the level to zero for the current angle. AIM POINT LEVEL: Sets the angle indicator to appear with the measured aim point (Display Overview, page 3). LEVEL GAUGE: Sets the level gauge to appear on the display. The level gauge shows the angle at which the crossbow is tilted, in degrees. BUBBLE LEVEL: Sets the bubble level to appear on the display. The bubble level provides a quick visual indicator of how severely the crossbow is tilted. For best accuracy, you should always keep the bubble level centered while shooting the crossbow. SENSITIVITY: Sets the level sensitivity to low, medium, or high. Low sensitivity sets the tilt indicators to appear when the crossbow is tilted five degrees or more. Medium sensitivity sets the tilt indicators to appear when the crossbow is tilted three degrees or more. High sensitivity sets the tilt indicators to appear when the crossbow is tilted one degree or more. Calibrating the Compass NOTE: You must calibrate the electronic compass outdoors. Do not stand near objects that influence magnetic fields, such as cars, buildings, or overhead power lines. Your device was already calibrated at the factory, and the device uses automatic calibration by default. If the Laser Locate™ feature is not working properly, for example, after moving long distances or after extreme temperature changes, you can manually calibrate the compass. 1 From the main menu, select > CALIBRATE COMPASS. 2 Follow the on-screen instructions. Adjusting the Focus You should adjust the eyepiece so your field of view and the information on the display are both in focus at the same time. You can use the focus adjustment page to help you adjust the focus. 1 From the main menu, select > FOCUS ADJUSTMENT. 2 Adjust the eyepiece until you clearly see the image on the display and in your field of view at the same time (Adjusting the Eyepiece, page 3). System Settings From the main menu, select > SYSTEM. UNITS: Sets the units of measure (Changing the Units of Measure, page 6). LANGUAGE: Sets the device language. RESET ALL SETTINGS: Resets all settings to factory default values. ABOUT: Displays technical information about the device. Changing the Units of Measure You can customize units of measure displayed on the device. 1 Select > SYSTEM > UNITS. 2 Select measurement system. Device Information Device Specifications Battery type Replaceable 1.5 V AAA lithium Battery life Up to 1,200 laser ranges while using a 20-second display timeout Up to 1 year in standby mode

RESET TARE: Resets the level calibration to the factory default value. Xero Location Settings From the main menu, select > XERO LOCATIONS. BROADCAST MODE: Sets the security of laser location broadcasting. You can select PRIVATE to send locations Operating/storage temperature range From -20° to 60°C (from -4° to 140°F) NOTICE Do not expose the device to temperatures above 60°C (140°F). NOTE: The display timeout automatically reduces to 10 seconds while operating the device in temperatures below 0°C (32°F).

only to a paired device. Water rating IEC 60529 IPX71

FORGET DEVICE: Removes the paired device so that you may pair with another device using private mode. You do not need to use this feature while using the public broadcast mode. Wireless frequency/protocol ANT® 2.4 GHz @ 4 dBm nominal

Shot Dynamics Settings From the main menu, select > SHOT DYNAMICS. CLEAR SESSION SHOT ODOMETER: Clears the shot history for the current session. CLEAR TOTAL SHOT ODOMETER: Clears the entire shot history stored on the device. Viewing E-label Regulatory and Compliance Information The label for this device is provided electronically. The e-label may provide regulatory information, such as identification numbers provided by the FCC or regional compliance markings, as well as applicable product and licensing information. 1 The device withstands incidental exposure to water of up to 1 m for up to 30 min. For more information, go to garmin.com/waterrating.

6 Device Information

1 From the settings menu, select SYSTEM. 2 Select ABOUT. Product Updates On your computer, install Garmin Express™ ( garmin.com /express). This provides easy access to these services for Garmin devices: • Software updates • Product registration Updating the Software Using a Computer You can use Garmin Express software to download and install the latest software updates for your device. Garmin Express is available for Windows® and Mac® computers. 1 On your computer, go to garmin.com/express. 2 Select an option: • To install on a Windows computer, select Download for Windows. • To install on a Mac computer, select Download for Mac. 3 Open the downloaded file, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. 4 Open the Garmin Express application. 5 Connect your Xero device to your computer using a micro USB cable (Connecting the Device to Your Computer, page 7). 6 From the Garmin Express application, click Add a Device. The Garmin Express software detects your device. 7 Click Add Device. 8 Follow the on-screen instructions to register your device and add it to the Garmin Express software. When setup is complete, the Garmin Express software searches for software updates for your device. 9 Select an option: • To install all available updates, click Install All. • To install a single update, click View Details, and select an update. 10When the software update is complete, disconnect the device from your computer. 11Reinstall the battery door. The device installs the software update. Connecting the Device to Your Computer 1 Slide the battery cover latch toward the eyepiece. 2 Remove the battery door, and set it aside. NOTE: Do not remove the batteries. 3 Plug the small end of the USB cable into the USB port on the device. 4 Plug the large end of the USB cable into a computer USB port. 5 If the scope is turned off, press PWR to turn on the device. The scope enters USB mass storage mode. Device Care NOTICE Avoid extreme shock and harsh treatment, because it can degrade the life of the product. Do not use a sharp object to clean the device. Avoid chemical cleaners, solvents, and insect repellents that can damage plastic components and finishes. Do not store the device where prolonged exposure to extreme temperatures can occur, because it can cause permanent damage. Cleaning the Device 1 Dampen a soft, clean, lint-free cloth with fresh water. 2 Gently wipe the device. Getting More Information You can find more information about this product on the Garmin website. • Go to support.garmin.com for additional manuals, articles, and software updates. • Go to buy.garmin.com, or contact your Garmin dealer for information about optional accessories and replacement parts. Troubleshooting The point of impact moves between shots Several factors can cause variations in the point of impact. • Verify the mount screws are tightened to the maximum torque specification of 2.5 N-m (22 lbf-in.). • Verify the lock knob is secure. • Verify you are using the correct bolt profile for the bolt you are using. • Inspect your crossbow and confirm all components are in good working condition. My device displays only fixed aim points When the batteries are low or do not meet the minimum power requirements for the laser rangefinder, the device allows only fixed aim point sighting. • Verify the battery level of the batteries you have installed. • Verify you are using AAA lithium batteries. Resetting the Device If the device stops responding, you may need to reset it. This does not erase any of your saved data or settings. 1 Hold PWR for up to 30 seconds or until the device turns off. 2 Hold PWR for one second to turn on the device.

Device Information 7 Index A accessories7 alignment6 B battery6 installing2 bolt profiles4 bow sight, using3 brightness4 C calibrating the sight3 cleaning the device7 compass, calibrating6 computer, connecting7 D data, transferring7 device, cleaning7 F fixed pins4 focus3, 6 G Garmin Express, updating software7 I initial setup3 L laser locations4 level, settings5, 6 locations, sending4 M measuring size5 mounting the device2 P power key3 R ranging mode4 resetting the device7 S settings4–6 shot dynamics4, 6 software, updating7 specifications6 stalk mode5 storing data7 string odometer5 T troubleshooting6, 7 U units of measure6 updating, software7 W water rating6 8 Index support.garmin.com November 2020 GUID-693FA105-1B57-421A-AFE2-6D258F86A8B3 v1


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Garmin Xero Bow Sight: What You Need to Know

Garmin Xero A1i Pro: Same Accurate Ranging With New Accuracy-Enhancing Features

New bowhunting technology — like the Garmin Xero A1i Pro — is always met with skepticism, and rightly so. Technology is one more thing to fail in a chain of gear that we rely on to make accurate shots. There’s already a lot of things that can go wrong with a modern compound bow. For example, your drop away rest could fail to drop, your sight pins can bend, and your release aid’s sear can fail. All those things have happened to me at major tournaments or while hunting. Not to mention how screwed you are if you get to your hunting spot and realize you forgot your release, which might have happened to me too. 

The point is, we already have a lot of points of failure in our system, and we need to have absolute confidence in the equipment we take hunting. Is the newest Xero bow sight worthy of that level of confidence? I field tested a pre-production model for about a month at my home range and during my state’s early bow season. Here are my thoughts on the Xero A1i Pro.

Garmin Xero A1i Pro Specs

  • Weight: 18 ounces
  • Battery life: 25,000 ranges or one year
  • Power source: Two AAA batteries 
  • Max ranging distance: 100 yards on game, 300 yards on reflective targets
  • Waterproof rating: IPX7
  • MSRP: $1,299

Product Overview

The Xero bow sight came out in 2018 and was one of the biggest archery product launches of that year. Garmin took that — now time-tested — design, and updated it with some great new features in the Garmin Xero A1i Pro.

The Basics

The Garmin Xero is an auto-ranging bow sight. It has a built-in rangefinder and automatically displays an aiming dot in the exact position for the distance to the target. You don’t have to think about which pin to use or dial your sight to the correct distance. You don’t even have to take out your rangefinder. Simply press the pressure pad attached to the front of the bow’s grip and place the reticle on your target. When you release the pressure pad, an aiming dot will appear. Stick the dot on the bull’s-eye or kill zone and shoot. That’s the headline feature that made the Xero newsworthy in 2018, but the A1i Pro has advanced features that are worthy of excitement.

Battery Life

With anything that takes batteries comes the fear that those batteries will die at the worst possible moment. But, it’s not something I’d worry about with the Xero. The A1i Pro has up to one year of battery life or 25,000 ranges. When the sight is on, it doesn’t draw much power and can be left on without concern for the battery life. It does have a 24 hour auto-shutoff. What draws the most power is ranging targets, but you can still range 25,000 times before the batteries die. The sight will also warn you when the battery is low and it’s time to add two new AAA lithiums.

Auto Calibration 

Auto calibration makes sighting in from 20 yards to your max distance a breeze. You sight in at 20 using the sight’s mechanical adjustment. Then you input your bow’s speed and arrow diameter. A few more shots at 40 yards or farther, and you’re sighted in from 20 to your max distance.

Pro Level

Most sight levels are located at the bottom of the sight and require you to look down to check your bubble. The pro level displays a level within the sight housing where you can easily see it. There are several configurations to choose from so you can decide what works best for you. The pro level is also more sensitive to cant at farther distances, where just a few degrees of cant will affect arrow impact. It’s also less sensitive at closer distances where you don’t need to be concerned with one degree of cant to make an accurate shot. 

Flight Apex

Deflections are one of the most heart-wrenching ways to miss an animal. Flight apex helps you avoid glancing off obstructions and shoot through tight windows by displaying a dot at the highest point of the arrow’s arch.

Xtra Distance 

If you like practicing at 80 or 100 yards, the original Xero would not allow you to reach that far. But, the A1i Pro allows you to slide the scope housing down. Most archers get an extra 10 to 15 yards of distance with the feature. So, if your max range inside the scope housing is 60 yards, you’ll be able to shoot 70 yards in practice. It’s important to note that this feature only works for practice because it’s too slow to use for hunting.

Testing the Garmin Xero A1i Pro in the Field 

Before we get into the review, I need to get some context out of the way. First, I did not pay for the sight. Garmin sent me a pre-production model to review, with no other expectations other than writing a review on the new sight. The other disclaimer is that I’ve only had the sight for three weeks. In those three weeks, I’ve shot it daily, in everything from bright daylight to heavy rain. I also took it out for a weekend of Virginia’s early doe-only season.

The Xero's screen reads "Estimated max. range is 250 yards" and a red dot points at a dear in the distance

Setting Up

Taking the Xero A1i Pro from the box to dialed in was incredibly easy. The best part is you really don’t need to read the instructions to get the sight set up and sighted in. When you turn the Xero on, instructions appear on the screen that guide you through the process. Most of the steps are very easy to follow, but one tricky — yet important — step is aligning the sight to your eye. 

Take your time during that portion of the setup because getting it set perfectly will optimize the sight’s capability. This is also the one step that I found frustrating because of the way the sight is built. There’s just enough room in the tolerances that when I tightened the lock screw, to secure my adjustment, the sight would move a small amount and throw off the adjustment I had just made. I had to anticipate how much the sight would move to account for the eventual slip when I tightened the lock screw. 

For sighting in, you can choose auto calibrate, or manually sight in your bow. I tried both. In the manual mode, you sight in as you would with a normal sight. But, the Xero A1i Pro will still estimate the locations for the 30 and 40 yard pins. I found the estimate to be within a few inches. Going from close to the bull’s-eye to dead center is intuitive. The sight asks if the arrow hit high or low and then how many inches it was off. If you were two inches off it adjusts for that exact amount, no guess and check like a normal bow sight. 

As easy as manual mode was, the auto calibration was even easier. The sight uses your arrow speed and arrow diameter to map your arrow’s trajectory. After sighting in at 20 and 40, the sight dialed me in at all distances to my max range of 60 yards. It put me within two inches of the bullseye at 60 yards and after that quick adjustment, I didn’t have to make another. Sighting in a multi-pin or shooting in a sight tape usually takes a lot of time, but the Xero made it a 15-minute job.

On the Range

I like shooting with the Xero A1i Pro. The clean and clutter-free sight picture, combined with a bright crisp aiming dot, is ideal. For my setup, my max range is 60 yards. I could gain more distance, but I like my 20 yard pin to be close to the center of the scope housing. So, what I get is the equivalent range of a five pin sight, but with no pin gapping at odd distances and no pins blocking my view. If the target is 53 yards I don’t have to worry about needing to hold my 50-yard pin 6 inches high. The sight is dialed in to exactly 53 yards and I aim where I want the arrow to hit. 

The sight also has built in form checks, which I think are the sleeper function of the sight. When you get to full draw there’s a circle and there should be a dot aligned within that circle. If it’s not, you’re probably torquing the bow and need to adjust your grip. On my other sights, I rarely look at my level unless I’m shooting on a side hill. But, with the pro level there’s no reason not to check because it’s so easy to know if your bow is level. The feedback I got from both of these functions revealed form and equipment adjustments that I needed to make.

Another cool feature is the shot dynamics and odometer. The shot odometer tracks how many arrows you’ve shot in a practice session, much like a Garmin Fenix 6 would track how many miles you ran. The shot dynamics measures the shot reaction, which is a very cool feature for tuning stabilizers if you really want to nerd out. 

While a backyard isn’t the best place to test the durability of a hunting sight, I did get a chance to address one of the top concerns people have: wet weather. We had a significant rainstorm roll through my area and I took the opportunity to shoot the sight. While shooting in the rain, water droplets collected on the lens, but it didn’t impede my ability to see the target, shoot accurately, or interfere with a crisp dot. To see if extended exposure to rain would do anything, I left the sight on, and left my bow in the rain for a few hours. When I went out to shoot my drenched bow, the sight ranged accurately and worked as it should.

The Garmin Xero A1i Pro with raindrops covering the device

Hunting

The Xero A1i Pro worked as advertised in the yard, but the real test is how it works in hunting. Our regular bow season didn’t open until October 2, but certain parts of the state have an early doe season. So, I loaded up the car and took a road trip to northern Virginia to hunt with friends in the area. 

My first sit with the Xero I had two bucks come into bow range. Of course, it was doe-only season, and no shots were fired. But, I did get to test out using the Xero as a rangefinder. The process is the same as ranging a target at full draw. You’ll look through the sight, put the reticle on the target and squeeze the pressure pad. It’s a handy feature for ranging your surroundings. 

For my second hunt I was on a property dubbed “the meat factory.” I sat in a walnut tree that overlooked a trail that led straight to a persimmon tree. The stand was positioned at the edge of a wide-open field. It’s a pretty hard to beat stand for September and I was covered up in deer before shooting light as they fed under my stand. 

After shooting light, action was slow until a doe stepped out from the edge of the field to my left. She started walking toward the opposite end of the field where one of my friends was positioned in another persimmon tree. She paused for a moment as she walked out and I came to full draw on the doe, and ranged her at 40 yards. I thought about sending it, but decided not to. My patience was rewarded when for no apparent reason the doe made a button hook and headed straight for my stand. At 20 yards, she turned and started walking toward the persimmon tree to my right. That turn put her broadside. I came to full draw, ranged her at 17 yards, and squeezed off a shot that resulted in a double lung hit. 

The scenario that played out was a great test of the Xero A1i Pro. I was overlooking an open field without obvious range landmarks. The deer did something unexpected, and there was a short window of opportunity to make the shot. It’s not that I couldn’t have killed that deer with a fixed pin sight, it’s that the Xero reduced the chances of making a costly mistake. The process of ranging and then aiming the sight was intuitive. I don’t recall even having to think about it in the moment, which is exactly what I want in a piece of gear.

A bow with a Garmin Xero attached on top of a deer a hunter hit

What the Garmin Xero A1i Pro Does Best

The ranging function of the sight is fantastic, but my favorite feature of the sight is that it makes you a better archer. The ranging reticle that doubles as a torque check and the level displayed in your field of view, act as reminders to stay focused on your shot process. 

The aiming experience is also a favorite feature. The clean unobstructed view of the target with a crisp aiming dot, is unmatched in ease of aiming. Whether you’re shooting at last light or in bright sun, the aiming dot is always bright and never bloomed out. 

I think the auto-ranging function is the biggest benefit to archers using extremely heavy arrows because the speeds shot with those arrows make yardage more critical. It could also benefit hunters in a dynamic environment: like hunting during the rut, or spot and stalk hunting.

What the Garmin Xero A1i Pro Does Worst

This isn’t a sight for new archers. If you’re brand new to archery, stick with a fixed pin or slider sight. If you torque the bow often the reticle alignment will drive you crazy, and while the setup is easy, I can see it tripping up a new archer. 

The mechanical adjustment is not refined. If you’re coming from a premium slider like an Axcel Landslyde you’ll notice a lot of wiggle and slop when making adjustments. The good news is, once you dial in the adjustments, you won’t have to use the mechanical adjustment unless you dial the elevation for extra distance. With that said, I find the Xtra Distance feature to be useful on the flat range and useless for hunting. The issue is that the adjustment isn’t toolless. You could use it on a 3D course, but it’ll be slow. The A1i Pro could significantly benefit from a refined slider adjustment.

Final Thoughts

Is the Xero A1i Pro right for you? That’s the $1,300 question — yes, this sight costs as much as a premium hunting bow. In my opinion, the answer to that question depends on how you answer these three questions:

Is it legal to use in your state? 

The Xero is legal in the majority of states, but any state that doesn’t allow illuminated sights or electronics on sights won’t allow the Xero. Check your regs and check them again before buying the A1i Pro. 

Can you afford it? 

If you’re buying one of the best rangefinders, you’ll spend $300 to $600. A top-of-the-line sight will be in a similar price range. At the top end of the combined cost, you’re pretty close to an A1i Pro. Then, if you take into account the added features, you can justify the cost. But, if you already have a top-end rangefinder and just need sight, it becomes a more difficult decision.

Do you need it?

The Xero A1i Pro offers a lot of advanced features and does things that no other sight on the market does. But, it won’t be right for everyone. If you are a high-level archer capable of taking hunting shots beyond 40 yards, a believer in heavy arrows, or someone that wants the most sophisticated sight on their bow, then the Xero A1i Pro might be your huckleberry. 

Is it right for me? I don’t like complicated things, and I’m not usually an early adopter of new technology. The Xero A1i Pro might be an exception to my otherwise tech adverse outlook. For now, the Xero is staying on my bow because I enjoy shooting the sight, and the feedback it provides has already helped me be more accurate. I find it to be very easy to use and it actually has simplified my shooting, instead of making it more complex. With more time and many more successful shots, I could see it becoming a permanent fixture on my hunting rig.

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