eTIMER is a software application that counts, times and measure just about any athletic event or drills. eTIMER is available for Windows 95, 98, NT4.0/2000 and XP. eTIMER is unique in that either a tradition keyboard/mouse or a wireless RF device that connects to an available printer port can control it. The RF device provides the user with up to 150+ feet of hands free control for starting and stopping of eTIMER options. The transmitter come with a normally open (NO) connection for additional wireless control on the back of the transmitter.
eCLOCK eClock is wireless game or event clock that runs on a Windows 95/98/Me/2000/NT4.0/XP PC. It uses wireless RF technology to start and stop the clock. The RF transmitter has a working range of well over 150+ feet. eCLOCK can track up to 4 periods.
SportsTools Sports Tools is a software application for the Pocket PC which provides many of the common sports timing functions used in athletics.
Swingpro Swingpro is a combination software/hardwired swing chronograph that can measure swing speed (MPH) and reaction time (hundreds of seconds).
SwingTek SwingTek is a professional swing and batting simulator. It uses wireless RF technology to detect and measure swing reaction speed in mph and time in hundreds of seconds.The software also provides a batting simulator.
PChart PPC is a professional pitching chart that tracks pitch location and pitch speed by type of pitch and inning. PPC also has a sports timer that functions just like a stop watch.
PocketPPC Pocket PC pitching chart that tracks pitch location, pitch count, balls/strikes and pitch velocity by type of pitch and inning. Data can quickly be exported to the desktop version of Professional Pitching.
Version: 3.0.0 Released: Dec, 11 2002 License: Shareware, $75.00 Expires: Expires after 30 Days
File size: 8,000 K Platforms: Windows XP/ME/NT/2000/98/95 Downloads: 72
eTIMER is a software application that counts, times and measure just about any athletic event or drills. eTIMER is unique, in that either a tradition keyboard/mouse or a wireless RF device that connects to an available printer port can control it.