This is the complete package of the latest and the legacy Software and Firmware for ShotTrack ViB products.
ShotTrack ViB new features
The wire-break is now only set on power up.
If the wire-break cable is connected and shorted, then on power-up the unit will be primed for a wire-break trigger.
The waiting period before the unit is set will indicate the break-wire operation by flashing the RED LED four times per second as distinct from the once per second of a normal threshold level trigger set-up.
If it is later decided not to use the wire-break then the user can simply turn off the unit, remove the cable and switch it on again.
Cloud based support functions (to be released soon)
To operate in the ShotTrack cloud environment the unit has had these functions added to the operation.
• A function to set a “secret key” that handles the encrypted portal access. This key allows the unit to upload data to the portal as a backup, remote access, and part of time collated data from numerous units. Together these files will be able to be accessed, edited, and provide reports such as site law reports etc.
• A secondary encryption option that allows a unique password to be used to encrypt the uploaded data for further protection on top of the portal security.
• Remote automatic access functions that can upload data, operator free, with options to delete the data after the upload has been verified by the portal.
These options are only available when the units are registered in the ShotTrack Portal.
Please enquire for further information on the planned dates for the roll out of the ShotTrack Portal.
DC Offset calculation
The unit requires an offset to be applied to the accelerometer outputs to compensate for DC bias caused by internal accelerometer offset and gravitational effects. As it is not known which orientation the unit will be deployed in, and as one of the major advantages of accelerometers is that they operate at any angle and orientation, then the gravitational effect needs to be compensated for after mounting. This is especially true for the low g units.
To compensate for DC-bias the unit now has enhanced bias offset compensation. Once the unit is switched on it samples the triaxial accelerometer for several seconds and sets a “at rest offset”.
The averaging functions reduce background vibration effects, but it is still beneficial to avoid large vibration events during the first 30 seconds after switching on.
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