SEIKO PS-110 Electronic Gun Start System

£2,000.00 inc VAT

Seiko's PS-110 electronic gun starting system is a great addition to any event / venue.  Laws on the use of gun's is making it harder for officials to gain the relevant licenses, that combined with the cost of ammunition, which is why the use of electronic starting systems like the PS-110 are only likely to become more commonplace.

The PS-110 is lighweight, easy to use and more impressively operates using AA batteries.  This alleviating the need to charge the system prior to events or have mains power cables connected to it.

The system also comes complete with a headset/microphone which allows the starter to communicate through the connected speaker box.  When the pistol is fired the system generates a flash at the tip of the gun and an electronic start sound (gun replicated) from the speaker box.

The system comes complete with:

  • Speaker Box
  • Orange Starting Pistol (inc. integrated flash)
  • Starters Headset
  • Interconnecting cabling

If you would like to connect the PS-110 to a timing system all you need is an interconnecting cable.

Specification Start Pistol:



Xenon lamp

Power supply

LR06"AA″alkaline dry cell×2 pcs.(DC 3V)

Battery life
(alkaline dry cells)

Approx. 1,200 times
(Number of times light can be emitted continuously in 1-minute intervals.)


W210 x H 40 x D145 mm


Aluminum, black gray


Approx. 410 g (excluding dry cells, cord)

Specification Headset:

Type of microphone


Condenser microphone

Overall dimensions

160 (W) x 68 (H) x 170 (H) mm


Approx. 45 g (including cables)

Specification Speaker Box:

Rated output

6 W (max. 10 W)


8x AA Batteries

Battery life
for alkaline dry batter

Pistol sound ... approx. 3,000 times of operation

Overall dimensions

102 (W) x 216 (D) x 258 (H) mm


Approx. 1.6 kg (excluding batteries)

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