Handing out Sportident Chips on race day

We have timed a number of adventure races over the last year as it is a good fundraiser for the O club. The Sportident timing gear is ideal for recording split times through the sections of a race and making sure competitors visited all check-in points. One of the...

Support for Internet connected radios

O-Lynx Event software now supports getting punch information from Internet connected radios as described at http://olresultat.se. The radios were developed by Oskar Berg and Erik Berg who also kindly provide the webserver for people to use. The Radio Online Controls (...

Using Radios at a Sportident Air+ event

  It is starting to become more common to see events that advertise they will be using the Sportident Air+ system for timing. The feedback from the runners that have used Air+ has been very positive. However, until they go to use them at the event, organisers may...

Creating a wireless Bluetooth Sportident station

Sportident stations for connecting to your PC are available with either a serial ( RS232 ) or USB interface. At some of our events we have up to 3 stations on the table for registration and download, so all those cables quickly get ugly. Software to suit tablet and...

Totalling times for grouped events

When running a series of races, either the runners are allocated points that get totalled, or the times for each event are simply added together. The O-Lynx Results “Points” screen can handle a variety of ways to calculate points across up to 10 events but it also...