Championship Start System

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The Championship Start System allows you to design a customised solution for your pool. It can drive speakers mounted under the starting blocks as well as speedlights for a visual start signal (which helps accustom your swimmers to the kind of start system used at championship meets). Each Championship Start System includes:

  • Wired microphone.
  • Built in 360 degree strobe light
  • AC/DC power
  • A limited public address system

The system can drive individual lane speakers and two underwater speakers. An additional start cable is required if using with a timing system.

Microphones

  • Two microphone inputs both with individual volume control
  • Microphone volume is independent of the start tone volume

External 360° strobe

  • Flashed with start signal. Additional strobe lights for other locations available.

Battery or 110/240 volt power

  • Has the flexibility to be used in a fixed location with 110~240 volt power,or as a portable system with battery power. LED Low Battery Indicator provides an early indication that the battery level is getting low.

Public Address system

  • The Championship Start System can serve as a limited public address system, allowing you to make announcements at practice and at meets.

Dimensions:

  • Height: 13.25" (33.7 cm)
  • Width: 13" (33 cm)
  • Depth: 5.75" (14.6 cm)
  • Weight: 17.4 lbs. (7.9 kg)

 

Mounting Options:

  • Place on a tabletop
  • Mount on the wall
  • Mount on a tripod
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