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Witty Race Timer with Photocells

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Witty race timing system

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System description

Witty Timer

Witty Nominal

The compact size, ergonomic shape, and innovative design make the Witty timer practical and easy to use. Graphical icons and on screen instructions on its color display ensure user-friendliness and ease of use. With8 different radio frequencies to choose from, it is possible to work simultaneously with several Witty timing systems (timer and photocells) in the same training area. Various preconfigured test types are available (single tests, group tests, in-line tests, go & return, counter, etc.), plus the user can also create customized test protocols directly on the timer. Witty stores and displays all times which can then be downloaded into the Witty Manager software.

 

Witty Photocells

Witty Photocells

Due to the integrated transmission system, which has a range of 150 meters, the photocells are highly reliable. Redundant radio transmission ensures that the data acquired is transmitted to the timer with the maximum precision (±0.4 thousandths of a second) even if the signal is disturbed. The Witty timer remotely recognizes the photocell ID number, so the user can easily set the signal type on the photocell: start, stop, and intermediate times.

Double photocells

Witty Double Photocells

It is also possible to use the Witty System with double photocells, i.e. one on top of the other, so that only the simultaneous interruption of both photocells generates a signal. This system ensures that the photocells are interrupted by the chest and not by the athlete’s leading arm. It is also possible to use an unlimited number of photocells to allow intermediate times.

 

Advantages

Witty RunnerPractical and Precise

The new Witty has been designed to fully satisfy timing requirements connected to the new training methods.

Advantages of Witty

  • new, intuitive, easy to use graphical interface
  • simple and quick learning process
  • color display
  • perform all the tests typical of modern athletic preparation (such as sprint, shuttle, resistance, courses) or customized ones
  • single or double photocells available
  • unlimited extra photocells for unlimited intermediate times
  • acquire results with an accuracy higher than one thousandth of a second
  • easy and fast repositioning of the photocells when passing from one exercise to another, thanks to a reliable wireless transmission (range 150 m)
  • calculate speed (km/h, m/s, mph)
  • battery powered (10 hour autonomy)
  • very quick Witty to PC data transfer (for rankings, data assessment and export), thanks to the USB interface
  • self-configuring photocells
  • several transmission frequencies available
  • water resistant
  • great portability is insured by the included backpack
  • compatibility with Optojump Next system
  • the system is largely expandable with the possibility to add (single or double) photocells for lap times, accessories such as starting pads, time displaying LED boards, direction indicators, etc.

Tech specs

Witty timer technical specifcations

Weight 337g, battery included
Dimensions 214  x 100 x 36 mm
Operating temperature 0° C/+45°C
Unit of time measurement Selectable 1 s – 1/10 s – 1/100 s – 1/1000s Selectable speed m/s – km/h – mph - knots
Measurement resolution 4 x 10-5 s (1/25000 s)
Display Graphic color TFT display, visible area 59x44 mm, 320x 240 pixel, with backlight adjustment via software
Radio module Multi-Frequency Transceiver 433-434MHz
Radio transmission Digital FSK transmission; redundant code with information correctness verification and auto-correction
Radio frequencies 433.1125 MHz to 434.7375 MHz
Radio transmission power 10 mW
Processing unit Two 32-bit microprocessors
Time base 12 quartz 8 MHz, stability ±10ppm between 0°C and +45°C
Power supply Internal polymer lithium battery, external power supply 5VDC
Battery charging Integrated intelligent charging device
Battery life > 10 hours
Keypad 23-key membrane keyboard
  • Start-Stop keys
  • Numerical keypad
  • 4 function keys
  • 4 arrow keys and selection key
  • Home key
  • Key for line blocking
Connections MICRO USB type B connector for charging and connecting to a PC
Jack connector for external input

 

Witty photocell technical specifcations

Weight 169g, battery included
Dimensions 75 x 103 x 48 mm
Operating temperature 0° C/+45°C
Minimum resolution 0.125 ms
Delay with respect to the event 1 ms
Optical range 12 m
Radio module Multi-Frequency Transceiver 433-434MHz
Radio transmission Digital FSK transmission; redundant code with information correctness verification and auto-correction
Radio frequencies 433.1125 MHz to 434.7375 MHz
Radio transmission power 10 mW
Impulse transmission accuracy ±0.4 ms
Radio transmission range Approx. 150 meters
Processing unit 16-bit microprocessor
Time base 8 MHz quartz, stability ±30ppm between 0°C and +45°C
Power supply Internal lithium ion battery, external power supply 5VDC
Battery charging Integrated intelligent charging device
Battery life > 10 hours
Connections MICRO USB type B connector for charging and connecting to a PC
Jack connector for external input connection or double photocells.

Software

Witty Manager is a PC software for MS Windows (XP Sp3, Vista, Win7, Win8) for managing the trials timed with Witty, displaying rankings, graphs, histories, etc.
The main functions are:

  • managing Athletes' Personal Data including pictures and divided into groups of categories
  • managing the Start Lists
  • creating Customized Test definitions
  • downloading data from Witty and displaying Results in highly configurable tables and graphs
  • updating the Witty and photocell firmware
     

It is divided into 3 main sections:

Witty Software SmallATHLETES

In this section athlete profiles can be created and edited. Every profile can contain detailed information (personal data, notes, pictures, etc.).

In addition, it is possible to create 'start lists' so that when transferring data to Witty not only the athletes' names and information are sent, but also in the exact order of athletes performing the tests. The lists can be used to divide a large athletes' personal database into groups (e.g. squads).

Witty Software2 SmallTEST

The main function of this software section is to define customized tests to be then downloaded to the Witty Timer. There are 3 main test types: Basic, Multistart, and Counter.
Basic: this test is usually executed with one person after the other, allowing to carry out most of the tests. Depending on the requirements it is possible to define a Sprint test (straight or circuit, with or without intermediate times), Go & Back(multiple runs from one point to another or with more points), as well as Shuttle with recovery (if a monitored recovery period is needed between one run and another).
Multistart: This option is selected if, for example because of the test length, it is necessary to have the following athlete start before the first has finished the test.
Counter: This test type is useful to verify how many repetitions of a given action an athlete can execute within a certain amount of time, or, viceversa, how much time an athlete needs to carry out a set number of repetitions.

Witty Software3 SmallRESULTS

In this section the results of previously performed tests can be viewed.
The results can be filtered by athlete (typing the name of an athlete only the results of tests, in which that person has participated, will be displayed), test type, date or a combination of these.

Once a test is selected and the View mode is entered, the results are displayed in graphical and numerical form, depending on the layout of the predefined or customized Tables.

Data can be printed and exported using a one-click option (selecting various tests) or a Report (selecting one test, where the data to be printed or exported can be configured, a logo may be added, etc.).

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