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This is the Ski timer project ("basicskitimer")
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Currently this project is a 'bare bones' programme, that communicates with gate sensor devices over RS232. Despite it's name this software can be used to track times for any sport with a start light, start gate and finish gate. It currently supports two types of gate sensors: •Generic timer-less sensors can use the computer to time-stamp the gate events. •Agle Timy sensors time stamp the events themselves so the program will convert these. Current race types supported: •Team race (one starts as another finishes) this mode is flexible as it supports any number of lanes and racers. Future race types: •Single races with a comparison chart. The program will adjust to locale e.g. multilingual. Translations available: •English •French A 'generic timer-less sensor' can be an arduino or pic-axe that sends two character codes when the start light, start gate or finish gate is triggered. The communication is currently fixed at 38400 baud.
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