Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) May 21, 2014
Cool River Systems, LLC has launched its new ClassFive wireless timing system for track and cross country. The ClassFive introduces a whole new option for timing high school level meets without having to invest time and money in pricey photo finish systems. “This system finally provides organizers of local track meets the ability to accurately time and organize their track and cross country meets at a cost they can afford,” says Steve Gibson, Vice president of Cool River Systems. “The ClassFive system offers most of the advantages of a fully automated timing system at a price close to that of a hand timing system and without all of the wires!”
The ClassFive system uses patented technology to accurately synchronize all hand-held timing units with the remote starter unit. There are individual lane timers available for timing sprints where the runners are kept in lanes, and there is a primary group timer and an optional backup timer for timing distance and cross country races. Every timer has a large graphical display and enough memory to store an entire meet’s worth of times. Every system comes with a PC interface unit and PC application which allows real time monitoring of the system and provides a seamless interface to meet management applications. Since all units are wireless, the entire system is lightweight and easy to set up. For more information visit http://www.coolriversystems.com.
About Cool River Systems:
Since 2006, Cool River Systems has been a pioneer in the development and production of hand-held wireless timing systems for competitive sports and training. Cool River System’s patented timing systems have been used in a wide range of sports, including swimming, hockey, and track. The versatility and accuracy of their products have allowed them to work with teams and organizations at all levels of sports from youth to professional. Cool River Systems designs products to combine extreme ease of use and low cost with high accuracy and performance to enhance the total experience of the competitors, officials, and spectators.