Laser sensors detect athlete motion and are simple and easy to setup. Free iPhone and Apple Watch Apps make setup and operation fast and easy. State of the art sensors measure motion, acceleration and provide precision timing measurements
Improve your starting gun reaction, power, top speed, endurance and agility using the built-in training modes. Record your results each time you train and adjust your workouts to optimize your performance
Small wireless Gates operate on 4 x AA batteries with over 70 hours continuous operation. Configurable power saving modes extend this even further
Audio starter voice and gunshot sounds with auto arming and random gun delay
Adjustable legs conform to uneven surfaces.
Low height and wide base provide stability in windy conditions.
Adjustable tilt and rotation makes aiming the laser motion sensor quick and easy at the track
At 450 grams (less then 1lb) including batteries, the gate is small and light. Just fold up the legs and store in your gear bag.
SplitFast measures and analyzes all aspects of a sprinter’s performance. The integrated start gun, acceleration sensing and false start detection, measure reaction time off the starting blocks under simulated race start conditions. Intermediate Timing Gates measure acceleration phase, top speed phase and speed maintenance. Flying Start training mode isolates your top speed independently of the other phases. Breaking down your sprint into different phases allows you to focus your training and measure your improvement in each area over time.
SplitFast’s Lap Training mode automatically measures, records and displays your lap times. Results for all laps can be viewed on your Apple Watch during your training session. The configurable wireless proximity filter and laser target tracking on the SplitFast Timing Gate minimizes false detection of other athletes using the track. Your lap times can be exported as an Excel file for offline tracking and analysis.
In addition to the Speed and Endurance features, SplitFast provides an Agility training mode to help team sports athletes such as soccer, basketball and football players to train their acceleration and change of direction performance. Agility training modes include multiple finish Gate options that a coach can select during a trial and out and back drills around cones.