Additional Features Of The Time Machine (Road Race Model)
Provides 2 different modes of operation - Cross-Country (also used for Road Races) and Lap Timing
Stores up to 255 separate events.
Displays timing mode and event# when time clock is reset.
Two Timing Modes:
Provides two different methods of performing Select Timing.
Allows 5 digit BIB# inputs including three alpha characters (WMX).
Provides finish places for up to 99,999 finishers.
Can preset the time clock to any value between 0.00 and 31:59:59.00 (this also supports "time of day" timing).
Selectable up or down count. Down count can trigger a starting horn when clock reaches 0.00 (compatible with
display clock horn).
Allows multiple starts (wave starting) for up to nine independant starts.
Used for general purpose "lap timed" events (auto, boat, bicycle, etc).
Stores and displays both split times and lap times.
Provides lap counter for up to 30 laps (rolls over to "0" upon overflowing).
All recalled data is displayed on the LCD and printed if printer is on.
Any data may be recalled at any time, even while an event is being timed.
Can recall event list showing events stored in memory, number of times in the event and the timing mode of the event.
Can recall times in time order starting at any given time or place#.
Can recall times in lane# order starting at any given time or place#.
Can recall select-times independently, including BIB# and place#.
Can search for a specific time in memory.
Can search for a specific BIB# (race#) with its associated select-time and place#.
Can specify event# (or "all" events) and lane# (or "all" lanes) from which data is to be recalled.
Cross Country and Lap Timing Modes: