PRLog - Jan. 16, 2013 - SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Santa Clara, Ca. - In 2006, RaceAmerica introduced the first T-Link Wireless timing products offering timing accuracy never achieved before by a wireless timing system. Integrating the latest technology and using their 10 years of wireless experience, RaceAmerica has introduced the next generation of accurate wireless timing products, the T-Link2 Wireless, powered by Lithium-Ion batteries.
New T-Link2 Wireless
Leaving the power on can be a problem with any battery powered device but the new Lithium-Ion internal batteries are protected by built-in power measurement to automatically power down the T-Link2 when a low battery charge is detected. Battery life is extended far beyond the capabilities of the SLA batteries used with previous models.
The T-Link2 Wireless is 55% smaller than previous T-Link models, weights a little more than 16 ounces compares to 5.5 lbs, can deliver up to 250% more signal output, and recharges up to 8x faster. All of this is quite a technical advancement but the new T-Link2 Wireless also costs less!
With lower cost, higher performance, faster recharge, longer battery life, the T-Link2 Wireless is a big step forward for wireless timing equipment. RaceAmerica plans to offer the T-Link2 Wireless in many of their existing wireless timing systems and develop new wireless systems at a lower price point for race groups just getting started.
For additional information contact RaceAmerica at (408) 988-6188, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at http://www.raceamerica.com
Founded in 1991, RaceAmerica is the industry leader of event critical timing electronics. The Company designs and manufactures a complete line of wireless and hardwired timing systems, LED scoreboards and displays, intelligent track safety light systems, race management software and iPhone/iPad apps for the racing industry and recreational use. RaceAmerica is recognized worldwide for their innovativeness, reliability, accuracy, and customer support. The Company developed the world's only state-of-the-