|Trackless Mobile Performance Analysis System|
The Mobile Performance Analysis System uses the poolside to guide it. The drive wheels are angled slightly away from the poolside. Consequently, it is constantly trying to move away from the edge of the pool. The guide wheels prevent this from happening resulting in the buggy moving parallel to the pool edge. Each time the direction of movement changes actuators pivot the drive wheels appropriately. The movement from full lock-to-full lock takes about a second.
The camera arm has three cameras providing different views of the swimmer. As the buggy can be positioned to be in front of, to the side of, or behind the swimmer only one camera view can be used at any time.
The operator views the display on the high-definition Digital recorder to frame the swimmer and to record the activity.
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|Technical Information for this product|
|24 volt DC Motor|
The buggy is self propelled using a high performance 24 volt DC motor, powered from two 12 volt batteries.
The speed is fully controllable from 0 to 3 ms in both directions.
The operator sits facing the pool, controlling the speed using his/her right hand.
Maximum braking is very rapid (typically less than 2m from maximum speed) achieved by releasing the power controller. More gradual deceleration is achieved using the speed controller.
The buggy batteries have sufficient capacity to run the buggy for approximately 3-4 hours in normal use, between charges.
A 24 volt battery charger is provided with the buggy. This is designed for use with 220 to 240v AC supply. It is supplied with a UK mains plug. This plug may need to be replaced by a local mains plug.
The camera arm, with its three cameras, is mounted into the arm socket which is located under the footplate of the buggy. The operator sees the camera view on the screen of the digital recorder and controls the speed of the buggy to frame the view as required.
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