|Transmitter-Receiver infrared beam. Up to 120m operating distance (in normal conditions).
Response time ±0.5ms. NO/NC contact. Powered by internal batteries or external 12V. 50 to
180 hours of autonomy (depending on distance) at 20° C.
Notes: Tripods not included. 2m banana cable included.
The transmitter produces an infrared ray which is automatically detected by the receiver when aligned opposite*.
Any interruption is detected and reported accordingly to meet the international standards.
The Cyclops allows simple constant monitoring of cell alignment. Aluminous alignment indicator (LED) and an optical
electronics system (viewmeter) allow easy operations for use up to 120 metres between the transmitter and the receiver.
The Cyclops has an internal battery; it can also be connected to an external battery or a DC power supply. The Cyclops photocell is the best guarantee to ensure optimal security of the results. * In order to minimise the possibility of "false"
impulses (an athlete's arm for example), two photocells can be placed in parallel at the finish line.
For further explanations, see document "Athletics Consulting".