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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS 
for  SWIMWARE
Numeric Scoreboards

Introduction

The International Sports Timing SWIMWARE Numeric Scoreboards are made with solid state electronics, providing a low maintenance, durable, and attractive display. When connected to an IBM-compatible computer running MEETWARE or TIMEWARE Timing Software, our scoreboards display a running clock, cumulative splits, finish times and diving scores. Using POLOWARE Water Polo Software, the board displays the game clock, period, shot clock, exclusion clock and team scores. For more information on our software, see the software specification. SWIMWARE Numeric Scoreboards have a five year warranty.

Single-line Score Boards

A. Physical

1. One 10 character, numeric display, including 2 characters for lane, 2 characters for place and 6 characters for time plus colon and period.

2. Overall size is 8' 6" in length by 12" in height by 4" deep.

3. Total weight is 45 pounds.

4. Case consists of an aluminum extrusion coated with a matte black epoxy finish.

5. Lens is transparent red, 1/8" shatterproof, non-glare Plexiglas which is easily removed from the front of the board.

B. Electrical

1. All SWIMWARE Scoreboards must be connected to GFI (Ground Fault Interrupt) 110V 5 amp (min.) outlets. The outlet should be within 6' of the upper right corner of the board.

2. Load requirement: .4 Amps.

3. Connection to Computer Interface is via RS485 communications protocol over 2 wire, twisted pair with 4-conductor RJ11 connectors.

4. All electronic devices are protected against corrosion

C. Display

1. Characters are 6 1/2" high by 4 1/2" wide.

2. Each character is formed by a 7-segment matrix of dots, 7 high by 5 wide. Each dot is formed by a cluster of 4 Light Emitting Diodes (LED’s).

3. The color of the LED’s is red. The LED’s are guaranteed by the manufacturer for 50,000 hours of operation.

D. Environmental

1. The operating temperature range is 0 to +55 degrees Celsius.

2. The storage temperature range is -55 to +85 degrees Celsius.

3. The operating humidity is <= 90% non-condensing.

E. Operating Features for Swimming Events

1. During a race, the right side of the board displays a running clock.

2. As the first finisher touches the pad, the board will display the place (preceded by a "P"), the lane (preceded by an "L") and the finish time to 1/100th of a second. This display will remain for a minimum 1-9 seconds (user selectable), or until another finish is registered and displayed. This will continue until all finishes have been displayed and repeat until the next event is selected.

F. Operating Features for Diving Events

1. At the beginning of a dive, the diver’s number is displayed on the left side and the current score on the right side.

2. At the completion of the dive, the score for that dive is displayed on the right side.

G. Operating Features with IST’s POLOWARE Software

1. The line displays the period preceded by a "P" on the left side and the game clock on the right side.

Multi-line Score Boards

A. Physical

1. One 10 character, numeric display, including 2 characters for lane, 2 characters for place and 6 characters for time plus colon and period for each lane of the pool.

2. Overall size is 8' 6" by 4" deep. Height of boards is as follows:

6 lane board   6' high
8 lane board   8' high
10 lane board   10' high

3. Total weight is approximately 45 pounds x (number of 10 character lines).

4. Case for each line consists of an aluminum extrusion coated with a matte black epoxy finish. Cases are notched to fit together as they stack to form multi-lane boards.

5. Lens for each line is transparent red, non-glare, 1/8" shatterproof Plexiglas which is easily removed from the front of the board.

B. Electrical

1. All SWIMWARE Scoreboards must be connected to GFI (Ground Fault Interrupt) 110V 5 amp (min.) outlets. The outlet should be within 6' of the upper right corner of the board.

2. Load requirement:

6 lane board

2.8 Amps

8 lane board

3.6 Amps

10 lane board

4.4 Amps

3. Connection to Computer Interface is via RS485 communications protocol over 2 wire, twisted pair with 4-conductor RJ11 connectors.

4. All electronic devices are protected against corrosion

C. Display

1. Characters are 6 1/2" high by 4 1/2" wide.

2. Each character is formed by a 7-segment matrix of dots, 5 high by 7 wide. Each dot is formed by a cluster of 4 Light Emitting Diodes (LED’s).

3. The color of the LED’s is red. The LED’s are guaranteed by the manufacturer for 100,000 hours of operation.

D. Environmental

1. The operating temperature range is 0 to +55 degrees Celsius.

2. The storage temperature range is -55 to +85 degrees Celsius.

3. The operating humidity is <= 90% non-condensing.

E. Operating Features for Swimming Events

1. At the start of the race, the running clock to a second is displayed on the right side of the Lane 1 line.

4. At the first pad hit in a lane, that line will display the cumulative time to 1/100th of a second on the right side.

5. As subsequent pad hits occur, the cumulative time is incremented. On the Lane 1 line, the cumulative time is displayed for 7 seconds, then the running clock resumes.

6. As the first finisher touches the pad, that line will display the lane number preceded by an "L", the place preceded by an "P" and the finish time to 1/100th of a second. This will continue for each lane until all finishes are displayed and repeat until the next event is selected.

F. Operating Features for Diving Events

1. At the beginning of a dive, the diver’s number is displayed on the left side and the current score on the right side of the first line.

2. At the completion of the dive, the score for that dive is displayed on the right side of the second line and the new total on the third line.

G. Operating Features with IST’s POLOWARE Software

1. The first lane line displays the period preceded by a "P" on the left side and the game clock on the right side.

3. The third lane line displays "S" and the shot clock on the left side.

4. The fourth lane line displays "E" and the exclusion clock on the left side.

5. The fifth lane line displays "H" and the home team score on the right side

6. The sixth lane line displays "G" and the guest team score on the right side.

 

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