As the name states, they run off of batteries and use belts to house darts for firing. The only electronic belt fed blaster is the Vulcan EBF-25, which has two firing modes: automatic fire with the use of the batteries or single-fire by manually priming it.
While under prototype stages, the Vulcan EBF-25 was known as the Vulcan BF-50, which could show that the initial name for the category would have been simply belt fed. This would have meant the category would have not been electronically-operated.
The Vulcan EBF-25 was re-released in the N-Strike Elite line in 2013, however it has still been the latest blaster released in the electronic belt fed class. It is unknown if any further blasters will be released under this class.
|N-Strike number codes|
|Air system • Air system vessel • Clip system • Electronic belt fed • Electronic clip system • Electronic revolver • External single fire • Internal single fire • Revolver|