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Old 01-15-2011, 02:30 PM   #1
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Anyone know how to setup an amb system to run multiple loops?

Do you need two amb boxes, or can you just join the loops together?

What software supports Multiple loops?

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Anyone know how to setup an amb system to run multiple loops?

Do you need two amb boxes, or can you just join the loops together?

What software supports Multiple loops?

Cheers,
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Is this on two tracks or you trying to have split times on one track?

If two tracks you can run a T spliter right out of the back of the box and hook up two loops to it. We have three going to our box at Nor-cal hobbies in Union City 1 on Each of the offroads tracks and one on the asphalt track. Works great as long as you don't have people running on the other tracks while racing going on one.

picture of one here.
http://www.bing.com/shopping/cables-...&p=2&FORM=PECL
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Is this on two tracks or you trying to have split times on one track?

If two tracks you can run a T spliter right out of the back of the box and hook up two loops to it. We have three going to our box at Nor-cal hobbies in Union City 1 on Each of the offroads tracks and one on the asphalt track. Works great as long as you don't have people running on the other tracks while racing going on one.

picture of one here.
http://www.bing.com/shopping/cables-...&p=2&FORM=PECL

Thanks

We have two track here , one on-road and an off-road track.
I'm think of suggesting that the club look at having a race center in the middle of the tracks that way not having to move computer equipment every race meeting.

Also would be nice to have sectors in each track...it's kind of the next step in race control I guess. It's just a matter of cost and whether alycat can do the scoring with a track slip into sectors.

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