Our multi-frequency, active chip, coupled with our state-of-the art mats and receivers produce read rates and accuracy that our competitors can only dream of. For this and other reasons, the J-Chip Timing System is used at the USATF World Championships.
- 99.99% accuracy using our multi-frequency, active chip. In real life, this means you will never miss a read.
- Our system's incredibly high read rate allows us to use one mat per timing location. Compare with a system like Ipico or ChampionChip, which routinely use 2-4 mats at the finish line. Think about what happens to the finish order with those systems when two runners sprint to the line in a photo finish. Runner A may have crossed the line first, but what if her chip is not read by the first mat, but is instead caught by the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th mat, some meters away? With one mat and accuracy to a hundred of a second or better, you can rest assured that the finish order is correct at RaceRite-timed events.
- Touch-screen results kiosks - imagine crossing the finish line and immediately punching in your bib number at a touch-screen kiosk for instant results! To our knowledge, no other timing companies in Colorado offer this technology.
- Large flat-panel display of live scrolling results.
- iPod Touch mobile device for your race announcer showing live finisher information (Name, bib number, hometown, finishing time and place).
- Rugged, portable and convenient antennae mats up to 36' long
- 100% water, weather and dirt-proof chips and mats. Works in all environments -- just as reliable when used in water, mud, or snow. Perfect for triathlons, marathons, running and walking events, swims, cycling, mountain bike races, cross-country skiing, skating, boat events and more.
- Our dual-frequency system reads up to 2000 chips per second. Unlike other chips, ours may be worn on the ankle, wrist, on the bib itself, or even held high overhead when crossing the mat. They will still be read!
- Chips can be attached to either the race bib or shoe for running races, to the ankle with a soft neoprene strap (pictured) for triathlons and multisport, to the top tube or front fork of a bicycle for cycling races, or to the wrist with a vinyl wrist strap for adventure/obstacle/mud runs.