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ROAD CYCLING

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Before the race, ActivePro V3 transponders are attached to the bike forks. A wire loop is taped on the street and plugged into the Ubidium timing system. Once the transponder crosses the loop, it is activated and sends its time via 2.4 GHz to the timing system. Ubidium forwards all detections in real time to the RACE RESULT 12 timing software via mobile network, Wi-Fi, USB or LAN.
Timing is done in RACE RESULT 12 software. Depending on your race type, choose from the software templates "Normal Event", "Big Event" or "Lap Race".

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MASS CYCLING RACE

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Ideally, set up high gain antennas on each side of the road. Connect all antennas to the same decoder. The cables of the antennas on the opposite side can be taped to the ground, or you can run them over the track using a target/sponsor traverse or similar. Connect the decoder to a laptop to get all finish times in real time. In RACE RESULT 12, use the 'Standard event' template. This template is the perfect place to start and may already have everything you need

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ROAD CYCLING

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Before the race, ActivePro V3 transponders are attached to the bike forks. A wire loop is taped on the street and plugged into the Ubidium timing system. Once the transponder crosses the loop, it is activated and sends its time via 2.4 GHz to the timing system. Ubidium forwards all detections in real time to the RACE RESULT 12 timing software via mobile network, Wi-Fi, USB or LAN.
Timing is done in RACE RESULT 12 software. Depending on your race type, choose from the software templates "Normal Event", "Big Event" or "Lap Race".

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