The EncRadio transmitter is now available with a more powerful radio transmitter. Its function features are the same as for the LinkGate EncRadio SF 10 mW, but the greater power of the embedded radio transmitter makes it possible to cover longer distances (about 9 km in good conditions) and so guarantee better reception in those zones in which it is difficult to receive the signal sent by a standard transmitter (with a power of 10 mW).
Weight 110 g
Dimensions 110 x 50 x 27 mm
Transmission mode FM digital transmission; redundancy code with information accuracy check and autocorrection
Impulse transmission accuracy trasm. impulsi ± 0.4 ms
Speed measurement resolution 1.22*10-4s (1/8192s)
Time base 4.194304 MHz quartz ±5 ppm between -20°C and +70°C
Precision ±0.425 s/day for outdoor temperatures between -20° and +70°C
Operating temperature -20° / +70°C
Power supply Rechargeable lithium batteries • Internal recharge management • Functions also with external power supply
Battery life Over 2000 events • Indication on display and also with sound signal of charge level
Processor C-MOS 8 bit microprocessor
Keyboard and controls 2 arrow keys for setting bib numbers, on/off key • Software selection of long/short signal • Software selection of transmission channel
Radio transmission For transmission of module data EncRadio uses UHF FM short band on the free 433 MHz frequency. Output power: 500mW.
Connections Input signal on Ø 4mm socket for normally open contact
In the LinkGate EncRadio family you can find the ideal solution for your timing requirements.
The LinkGate EncRadios for wireless transmission of timing impulses are available in a compact external container or embedded in the Polifemo.
All the external EncRadio LinkGate transmitters make it possible to set the number of the competitor to whom the acquired event must be assigned. Two large buttons which can also be used even with ski gloves on allow rapid setting of the competitor number on the display. The system thus transmits to the receiving stopwatch not only the event taken but also the bib number to assign it to.
The LinkGate system makes it possible to move freely along the race course. So wherever they are, the timekeeper or trainer can receive all the times and speeds via radio.
The table summarises the main differences between the transmission modules (EncRadio) of the LinkGate system.