Ultrak SP-70 Electronic Start

Ultrak SP-70 Electronic Start
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$299.95

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All sizes are ADULT US and MENS unless it specifically says womens or W in the name. Women should order 1.5 less (ex. a womens 7 is a mens 5.5)
  • Improved over Ultrak SP-50 electric starter
  • Shaped like a wand, removing gun shapes out of schools
  • Connectable to louder portable amp
  • Brighter strobe light with additional bulb flashes with starting sound
  • Three different starting tones: gun fire, beep and whistle
  • Can simultaneously start Ultrak L10 Multi-Lane Timer
  • Compatible with FinishLynx with additional starting cable (sold separately)
  • Electronic gun is powered by 3 AA batteries (not included)
  • Portable amp, available separately, can be used as a microphone or loud speaker
  • Amp produces sound up to 90 dB to 15 feet with volume control
  • Amp includes rechargeable lithium battery with 8 hours of use when fully charged
  • Comes with carrying case
  • One-year warranty
  • CA Prop65 Warming - see https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/ CA Prop 65 Warning

Cable to timing interface sold separate in drop down list. Please take care and do not pull the trigger like a normal gun, only slight pressure is needed to press the button. Speaker is good for small meets with no ambient noise.

WARNING: Products may contain chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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2 Most Recent Customer Reviews


Fernando Tomassevich Fernando

I am very happy with the product, we have not used it yet, we will try it soon and we will give you a more accurate opinion.

Regards,

Fernando
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Daniel Berry Daniel Verified Purchase

This system works great. We used for every meet this year and loved it.

The only problem we had was seeing the flash on a sunny day. Sometimes a glare would hit the gun and create a flash causing a false start. That was only the case when the starter was at the 100 and 200 start line while I was at the finish line.
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