Our motor sports timing system is widely used to time a variety of motor sports including autocross, mud bog races, ATV and truck drag racing, hill climbs, lap timing (qualifying times) and more! A pair of electric eyes at the start line automatically
starts the timer when the beam is broken. A second set of electric eyes at the finish line stops the timer. Various start/stop combinations are possible depending on the specific requirements of the event you are running. For lap timing, only
one pair of eyes is needed.
No cables to connect to the electric eyes.
No power connections to the electric eyes or the timing console.
Set up and tear down in just minutes. All equipment, including the tripods, fits inside a custom made carrying case.
Long range, through-beam, wireless electric eyes
Very easy to align - just roughly eyeball the alignment.
No vehicle color or reflectivity issues as with retro-reflective sensors.
With a 200 foot optical range, a pair of electric eyes can be placed well off the course to reduce the chance of getting hit by a vehicle.
With over 30 years of photo-sensor design experience, we custom engineered our electric eyes for the tough accuracy requirements, lighting conditions, and range requirements of sport timing applications.
Full Featured Timing
Time up to seven vehicles at once (autocross mode).
Time up to 99 consecutive laps and recall the times later (lap mode).
Measure speed at the finish of a standing 1/4 or 1/2 mile (speed gate mode).
Hands free operation – no need to reset or clear the timer between runs.
Additional electric eyes can be added to record split times.
Spectator displays and a computer interface cable are available separately.
Can interface with popular software packages for record keeping.
Can drive some other brands of spectator displays (scoreboards) – contact us for details.
Autocross Users: For more information, click here to read the autocross user's manual.