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Nov 26, 2015
Category: KitST
Posted by: ben

Have you seen our facebook page?

 

 

 

 

Oct 5, 2015
Category: KitST
Posted by: ted

The Bing Blazer pages have been updated.

Aug 27, 2015
Category: General
Posted by: ted

Lothian Running Club have a Junior XC league at Dechmont Law, Livingston. Ted set up the timing, posting results on the club website a couple of hours later.

CMS - 2.2.15 - Bonaventure
 

The KitST  clocks are designed to make timing orienteering and running events simple. Once configured they should be "turn on and go".

KitST Clocks are designed to give a simple to use, accurate and visible clock to time Orienteering, Running and other sports.

For information on the new Version 2 model (2020 ) continue below. For information on the older Version 1 follow this link:Version 1 Clocks

 Kitst-v2

For Orienteering the clock can be configured to be a Start, Pre Start or Finish display.

  • In Start mode the clock gives an audible countdown and start signal each minute.
  • In Pre Start mode the time display is offset by the Pre Start interval and gives an audible signal each minute. i.e. at Start 12:00:00 the Pre Start can show 12:04:00
  • In Finish mode the clock shows real time with no beeps.

For Running the clock can use Clock Time or be easily configured as a Stop Clock starting from 00:00:00. The clcok can be started , stopped and reset using the keypad.

The built in Highly Accurate Real Time Clock is set and synchronised using the configuration software via a USB connection cable. This battery backed clock maintains time when the clock display is turned off.

The clock display is powered by a 5v re-chargeable battery which gives 8+ hours of use and can then be re charged in a few hours.

The software interface communicates via the serial port and allows setting of:

  • Time
  • Sound On or Off
  • Clock Type: Start Finish etc.
  • Pre Start Offset in minutes
  • Time zone

KitST V2 Rear

The clock is enclosed in a robust plastic case which is weather resistant but like most electronic systems is not immersion proof. The case is designed to easily fit on a loud speaker stand.

 

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