Additional Features Of The Time Machine TX Timer

Provides 3 different modes of operation - Cross-Country (Road Race), Lap-Training and Track Meet
Stores up to 255 separate events.
Displays timing mode, event#, and heat# when time clock is reset.
Three Timing modes:
Supports cross country timing of up to 99 teams:
         Can enter, modify or delete team Bib# data
         Automatically scores cross country meet:
               Can utilize standardized scoring methods
               Can utilize user-defined scoring method
Provides two different methods of performing Select Timing.
Allows 5 digit BIB# inputs including three alpha characters (WMX).
Provides ability to merge time data from a selected chute with the BIB#s.
Allows complete editing of data to insert, delete or change BIB#s or times.
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.
Allows multiple starts (wave starting) for up to nine independant starts.
Cross Country (or Road Race):
Allows all timing inputs to be entered from the keyboard, eliminating the need to use multiple grip switches
   for timing several athletes during training sessions.
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).
Supports Heats - up to 99 heats per event.
Supports up to 3 grip switch inputs per lane.
Can be used to acquire a "computerized" profile of the athletes progress.
Lap Timing/Training:
Supports up to 3 grip switch inputs per lane without need for special cable.
Automatic increment of heat numbers.
Can start timer from remote location over 100 yds away.
Optional printout of split times along with lap times for lap timed events or finish times with place numbers
   for "sprint" events.
Supports Heats - up to 99 heats per event.
Track Meet:
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.
Recalling data:
Can recall team Bib# information.
Can recall team scores and rank.
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/Road Race:
Provides official finish results based on multiple inputs per lane.
Chooses middle time for 3 inputs.
Averages times for 2 inputs.
Provides individual heat results or overall event results (rankings based on all heats of a given event).
Can recall actual times entered (raw data) in time order starting at any given time.
Can recall actual times entered (raw data) in lane# order starting at any given time.
Lap Timing/Training:
Provides finish results based on official rules:
         NCAA, NF, FINA, etc.
Truncates 1/100 second off time and rounds up to provide 1/10 second precision (based on Manual Timing rules).
Provides finish results from multiple inputs per lane:
         Chooses middle time for 3 grip switch inputs.
         Chooses slower time for 2 grip switch inputs.
         Can detect automatic start/finish transducers
Provides individual heat results for "Last Heat" or "All Heats".
Provides "Overall Event" results based on all heats of a given event.
Provides "Event Seeding" results with rankings based on the number of qualifiers per heat:
         Operator simply enters the number of qualifiers per heat along with the "extra" times required to fill vacant positions.
         This feature is used to easily identify the athletes who will compete in semifinal or final heats of a given event.
           It makes "forming heats" a simple process.
         Additional results are provided for seeding vacant competition slots. These results are drawn from the remaining lot
           (unrecalled finishes) and the number required is input by the operator.
Can recall actual times entered (raw data) in time order.
Can recall actual times entered (raw data) in lane# order.
Track Meet:
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