We support most of the popular timers that are provided
by RaceAmerica, and Tag Heuer and several others. We
reserve the right to interface to timers that we feel offer the high level of
robustness, features level of performance. Timers not listed below are not
All of the timers we currently support offer RS-232
(COM) based data and as such serial ports or USB->Serial Port adapters are
required on your PC/Laptop.
There are two basic types of timers:
- Timers that that provide both start and finish triggers.
These provide the widest degree of control and permit the software to provide
additional functions and features, including various modes of operation which
include, lapping mode, and single light operation.
In addition, these timers support Sector Timing or Lapping
Such timers include:
- T-Link Wireless Solution. This
system provides intelligent and highly robust wireless capabilities for
time-trails and other types of racing. A high end package the does
away with troublesome timing cables and extends your flexibility in course
setup and design, as well as ease of use.
Timer & Hardware
- our own OEM timer provide by RaceAmerica.
JA Circuits (optional versions)
Tag Heuer CP timers (optional use with HL610 wireless configuration)
Timers that offer Net Times (the timer
calculates the run times and sends them to the computer). The computer is
provided only with the resulting time and the timer must provide control of
the triggers explicitly. Such timers include:
JA Circuits (without Chrono-mode Timing support).
(older Chronomix versions).
- although a perfect choice for Autocrossing does not provide a start
trigger with data. There are 2 revisions of the AC4. The
newest versions have eliminated the start trigger and older versions (pre mid-2001) provide a start trigger
(data-less) that permits AXWRATS to provide stop watch buttons. Control of
Autocrossing events can be carried out fine with either revision of the AC4.