HomeDetailsTracksTechnicalContact Us
Why Accutime ???  

The Accutime II Timing System was designed with a systems approach in mind with timing accuracy an reliability being the key elements. The use of state-of-the-art software and hardware allows for system flexibility, ease of use and unmatched ability for upgrades.

Features of the Accutime II System Include:  
  • Four decimal place (0.0001) readout on all times (win margin, R.T. and E.T.)
  • State-of-the-art 32/64 bit Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI)
  • Intel Pentium or AMD Processors standard
  • Supports all popular NHRA and IHRA tree types
  • Setup for 1/8 mile, 1000', and 1/4 mile racing
  • All popular intermediate timers supported
  • .500/.400 Bracket, .500/.400 Pro, and Instant Green Tree Settings
  • High performance parallel processing of critical track information for superior accuracy and system flexibility
  • Built-in noise suppression for trouble free system operation
  • High quality Banner infrared photocells for reliability
  • Non-corrosive twist lock connectors with gold plated connectors provide ease of use and reliability
  • Full size, non-corrosive aluminum body, dual sided, professional three amber tree with dual Pre-Stage and Stage lights
  • Unlimited number of classes allowed
  • Fast intuitive race setup using hot keys and pull-down boxes
  • Open past race events on the fly
  • Reprint any past timeslips
  • Robust report generation capabilities
Optional Features Include:  
  • NHRA or IHRA class indexes
  • Keep track of points and print point standings for driver or groups of drivers
  • Driver database software allows the input of the information needed by the track announcer
  • Auto Start
  • Blind Cross
  • 8, 16, 32, or 64 car graphical ladders
  • Print final results for the race event
  • Announcer monitor displaying current and previous run information

The Accutime II v9.0.0 graphical user interface (GUI)
Accutime Scoreboards  
The large format scoreboards give a professional back-drop for your sponsors advertising. The five digits at varying heights are mounted in an aluminum enclosure. These scoreboards display the racers' dial-ins during eliminations, the E.T. can be displayed in either two or three decimal place format. The system includes all necessary driver electronics, light bulbs, win light drivers an is ready for power and data interface cabling.

The Scoreboards are available in three sizes: 30, 38, and 48 inch high digits. The sizes will cover a viewing range from 1/8 mile to over 1/4 mile. They are available in both single and dual sections.