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Ultra-Lap Receiver Only

$158 + S&H



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Product Features:
Ultra-Lap Timing System
Simple consistent, 4-button user interface
Extra-large, bold lap times are 0.6" (15mm) in height for easy visibility
Unique "auto turn-on" feature — "turn it on and forget it" — turn it on first thing on the morning of a race day and never worry about missing a lap again. The unit will auto turn-off but will automatically turn back on when it crosses the transmitter beam.
Auto power-down for extended battery life
At the end of a lap, a flashing green or red light indicates a faster or slower lap than the previous.
Accurate to 1/100 second per lap
Store approximately 2,000 laps — for many, a full season of racing
Records ambient temperature for each session. Each stored lap contains the following information:
Time of the lap, accurate to 1/100 second
Date and time of the lap
The track (or other identification) of the lap
A unique session identifier (to differentiate each race or practice session)
An indication if was the best lap of that session Extensive customization via easy-to-use English menus:
Laps per race/session: 1-99 or do not count (lap countdown)
Minimum lap time: 1-250 seconds
Lap hold time (time the lap display is frozen at the end of a lap): 1-250 seconds
Display contast/brightness setting: 31 levels
Enter name of track or other identification (stored with each lap): up to 12 characters
Option to display, at end of race, the first lap of session, the last lap of session or the fastest lap of session
Enable or disable the green/red flashing LED * Auto turn-off time: 1-30 minutes
Enable or disable the auto-turn-on feature
Easily set the current date and time
Enter 1 or 2 lines of personalization information: up to 20 characters per line
Quick deletion of all stored laps
Device reset to factory settings
Device can be persionalized with 2 lines of data: e.g., PROPERTY OF BILL SMITH This information shows up on the main screen so if the unit is misplaced, its owner can be identified.
Main screen shows date and time
Main screen has a battery level indicator that shows when the batteries need to be replaced
Uses 2 readily-avaliable inexpensive AA batteries
Extra-long 20" cable for flexibilty in cable routing
Ability to download all lap data to a PC using the optional (extra-cost) download cable. Includes software to organize, store and graph lap data.
Can be sent back to the factory and reprogrammed if new features become available.
Compatible with AIM Sports My-Chron beacon device.
* NEW - Support for true split times -- multiple transmitters may be placed around the track and intermediate times within each lap will be recorded. XT's transmitter will have an additional switch that selects between 'start/finish' and 'split' -- you would set up one transmitter in the start/finish mode and any number of other transmiter around the track in split mode. The Ultra-Lap can tell the difference between the two because a different frequency of infrared pulsing is used. The 'start/finish/ frequency will still be compatible with AIM devices. The 'split' frequency will not trigger the AIM devices into another lap.
* NEW - Much thinner receiver display, now 0.7" thick as opposed to 1.15" thick.
* NEW - All enclosures (I/R receiver, transmitter, and USB download, in addition to main receiver) are machined billet aluminum and powdercoated. Previously, only the main receiver box was aluminum -- the others were plastic. This new finish is much tougher and abrasion resistant.



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