Dorian Data 1 transmitter.
The Dorian Data 1 transmitter is fitted to the vehicle using one of the
various mounting options.
As the transmitter passes the read point the time is read with accuracy
to 1/10000 of a second.
These units are the specified unit for timing for CAMS (Confederation
of Australian Motor Sport) and other organisations around the world.
Single Line Timing Unit.
If there is only one time line (start / finish line) a Dorian single line
unit collects the timing information and sends it to the PC.
Multi-Line System / Track Side Receiver (TSR).
The track side receiver is loops across the track and this records the
time and sends it to the central point. The link can be by cable or by
radio frequency link.
The unit is constructed to operate in a wide range of weather conditions
and is constructed to work in the most rugged of conditions.
The data is stored in the TSR until received by the host, so there is
back up in case of cable or host downtime.
For multiple time line tracks a Super Node controls the TSR’s around
the track. It collects the data plus has functions such as sending out
time signals to ensure all TSR times are synchronised.
A variety of software solutions are available to work with the Dorian
To download examples of actual race result tables, please
use the links below.
(Files are in .pdf format. Click
here to download Acrobat Reader if required)