Autostart Speed Control

Autostart Speed Control is a system used to automatically control the speed of the starting gate car during the start sequence. The system consists of a server motor, a computer unit, a printer and a cable harness.

The computer unit measures the speed of the car using the electronic pulses from the car’s speed sensor and regulates the car’s throttle to make the car travel at the speed programmed in the computer unit. With Autostart Speed Control it is possible to have eight different starting sequences (programs).

During a start sequence the speed of the car is stored in the computer unit memory and can later be printed. To print the last start sequence to the printer press the yellow button “Print”.

More about how Autostart Speed Control works on the page Programming.