Light Sensing Scope Reaction Timer 3
Do you really want the best reaction times possible? Do you want them everytime? Of course you do. We all do. E.T. or Pro Tree, with this set up the only reason your reaction times will change, if at all, will depend on how far you rolled into the stage beam. This 3rd generation setup is so refined and easy to use it makes cutting near perfect lights easy, everytime. Honestly, you can have an average RT as low as .503-.502, here are my RT's from my last outting while using the LSSRT3 system = .505, .501, .504, .506, .503, .502, .503. Just make sure your scope has a clear shot at the tree from your trailer and you'll be good to go. You can point it at any of the three yellows, just make sure you tell the LSSRT3 software which one. Then make a few test passes and dial in the amount of delay you need, same as any delay box but without the lazy thumb human factor.
The LSSRT3 receiver needs to be installed into the car or bike button release. The box itself can be mounted anywhere but we recommend activator wires be no longer then 3.5 feet. splice into your existing button release wires and supply the receiver unit with +12 volts D.C., mount on supplied foam and rubber gromets. You can still use your original release button but after the LSSRT3 is armed the button will do nothing.
Run the SETUP.EXE on your computer to install the LSSRT3 software before you connect the transceiver and scope. Restart after the install is complete and connect your transceiver to the USB port and the scope to the video input on your video card.
Aim your scope manually at the center of the one of the yellow bulbs on the tree. You should be well into the center of the bulb and your view should be completely filled with yellow. Calibrate and confirm bulb on, then bulb off in the scope window. Enter the desired delay time and as soon as the driver arms the receiver and the yellow bulb comes on the delay sequence will begin. most drivers arm the reciever just before they enter pre stage.
Not for NHRA or IHRA use. Use at your own risk. I am not responsable for the usage of this item once in the customers possesion. I am a robotics engineer and I originally built this system for my own personal use but after so many requests I made the system available to others, its not cheap though, $899u.s. My cost for the scope and transceiver is quite expensive but I refuse to use junk parts. Detailed instructions and diagrams are included.
Contact Rob at LSSRT3@gmail.com
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