This coupling stick is needed to enable communication between a USB or RS232 main station and a control. Insert the coupler into the hole of the main station and lay the control on top of the main station. The control will send the RF signal from the one control to the other.
The older, larger BS7s and the smaller, newer BS8s each have two options for mounting holders. One is the bracket - a piece that runs lengthwise, with the control snapping into place. The other is the plate - a piece the size of the base of the control, into which the control snaps.
This adapter has been tested and works well with SPORTident equipment on XP (SP3) and up (tested on XP [32-bit], Windows 7 [64-bit] and Windows 8.1 [32-bit]). Drivers are native in Windows 7 and up (possibly also Vista). The latest drivers can be downloaded from href=http://server.iad.liveperson.net/hc/s-21882319/cmd/kbresource/kb-2791656651557503245/view_document!PAGETYPE?sq=26886 Note the files on the right near the top, and click on the appropriate file icon
If you're worried about losing your SI timing stick, you can add this strap. Also extremely useful in the winter where it's hard to tell if the strap is still on your glove! If you're looking to purchase a single strap, see related product below.
These waterproof, vinyl stickers were specifically designed for SPORTident controls and can also be adapted for a multitude of other uses. The O-Store can provide custom sized stickers with custom text, logos, and design.
This device is useful to determine the signal strength at a given distance. It is used like a SIAC finger stick, but indicates the signal strength by the number of beeps it emits when within range - a good signal emits 3 beeps at a time, an average signal 2 beeps, and a weak signal is 1 beep.