We could have called it Rei3, but it would have been simplistic.
We started over with the product development, anyway trying to maintain
continuity in the philosophy introduced 15 years ago with our REI2.
However, with reference to the hardware, to the software and over all to the UI/UX
(User Interface/User Experience) there are numerous innovations
CPU Quad Core Arm9 + dedicated FPGA to the Timing Unit.
Color TFT-LCD, 7 inch, capacitive, touch enabled, brightness automatic
Keyboard with physical keys and flexible protective membrane cover
Mirroring on external display and/or specific output
Simplicity and portability from one device to another.
No moving parts, up to 63 mm/s.
8 timing lines, 16 by radio, 80 by Linkpod, 3 serial ports, 3 analogic
inputs, 6 digital I/O
Connected to everything and everyone: USB, WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet,
Batteria Li-ion a 7.4V, 13.4Ah (96 Wh).
Robustness and speed of the O.S. based on Linux for Embedded and Yocto
A completely redesigned and simplified UI that, at the same time, ensures
the operational continuity for the REI2 users.
A new and innovative edit mode..
Ergonomic, comfortable, not bulky: finally, a professional timer for everyone,
also for those who can see only red…
The tool for the professional timing that we needed: touch screen, complete
connectivity with Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth, Serial; ergonomic, comfortable,
The PC simulator, the HDMI output for tv and video projectors, and the
possibility to use keyboard and mouse will simplify the training to our