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Typical setup for a lake race

The countdown clock, on the water, can be run by a small generator or a 12v automobile battery.

The countdown clock is controlled by the computer via a 10 conductor cable.

The Infrared beams require a center line pole and a pole on the outside of each lane at each point where a beam is desired. A minimum of three beams (start, finish and MPH trap) is required. Five beams are possible, providing ET and MPH between each set of traps.

 

 

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Last modified: January 28, 2009