Type 2 decoder registration to MYLAPS Practice

Type 2 decoder registration to MYLAPS Practice
MYLAPS Type 2 decoder registration to MYLAPS Practice
The Type 2 Decoder can directly upload live practice information on the MyLaps practice website. A
computer with Internet connection is necessary to register the decoder.
Following steps describe how to register a Type 2 Decoder on the MyLaps Practice website:
Step 1: Start the Decoder Wizard: If you don‟t have this program, click here to download it
Select your language and click „Next‟
Step 2:
Select „Setup decoder‟ in this screen
Click „Next
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Step 3:
Select the decoder you want to connect to MyLaps Practice
Click „Next‟
Step 4:
Select „MyLaps Live‟ in this screen
Click „Next‟
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Step 5:
On the Drop-down menu select „Ethernet (Local network / xDSL / Cable modem )‟
Click „Next
Step 6:
The screen shows the advanced network settings of the decoder.
The Gateway and DNS server information of the network can be retrieved in the Network onnections
Icon in the Control Panel or by typing the command ipconfig /all in a Dos Prompt
- Click „Next‟
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Step 7:
Write down the registration code, as you will need this to register the decoder on MyLaps Practice.
If you leave the „Check Connection to the MyLaps Live server‟ box enabled, the program will complete the
settings after pressing „Next‟ and automatically test the connection with the MyLaps Live server. This
means the decoder needs to be connected to an Internet connection.
If you disable the „Check Connection to the MyLaps Live server‟ box, the program will complete the
settings after pressing „Next‟ without checking the connection with the MyLaps Live server.
Click „Next‟ to complete the settings. The decoder will start „rebooting‟ and showing a red steady LED for
about 10 seconds. When the LED is turned green, it means the decoder has started up and should contain
the changed settings.
If you want to check or change something in the network settings, click „Previous‟.
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Registration on the website
1.
Login to your MYLAPS account. If you don‟t have a MYLAPS account yet please create one.
2.
In the Control Panel click on “Configure Tracks and Decoders for MYLAPS Practice”
3.
Because there is no track created and no decoder is registered yet, the configuration of tracks
and decoders screen will look empty. Click on “Register a new decoder for live timing”.
4.
Next click “Click here to register a decoder and configure a the track”
5.
The following screen asks for an activation string:
This activation code comes from the decoder. Enter the menu on the decoder by pressing the
Select the data server in the menu and press
. Next select “MyLaps Prac code” and press
.
The activation code shows up in the screen. Enter this code including the “-“ (dash) in activation
the string.
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6.
Now we register the decoder to a track. The decoder type and the MAC (Decoder serial number)
can‟t be edited. Select for which loop on the track the decoder needs to be registered (default is
start/finish). You can give the loop a name (not a required field but it can make it easier to
editing the track in the future). Fill in the distance: when only a start/finish decoder is used fill in
the total track length. If you register more decoders on 1 track, fill in the distance to the next
decoder.
Under track options only “Create a new track” can be selected since we have not configured a
track yet. When all the above is filled out click next.
7.
In the track options the track is created. Fill in the track name, track length (this is the total track
length), in which unit is measured at the track, what kind of surface the track is made of and the
kind of sport.
Minimum lap time (in seconds) stands for the minimum it takes for a competitor to complete a
lap. Maximum lap time (in seconds) stands for the maximum time a lap should take. If a
competitor takes longer than the maximum time, at the next passing a new session will start.
At location you can give the location of the track. Select the country and the time zone the track
is in. You can add a description of the track, link to the organizations website and upload a logo.
Check availability if you want your track to show on the MYLAPS Practice site. When completed
click next.
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8.
The configuration of the track and the decoder is completed. If you click on “Click here” you can
view the passings made on your track
To make sure the decoder shows online after registration the decoder should be hooked up to internet.
The following settings under Data server in the decoder menu should be set:
Set Enabled to “yes” and confirm with accept.
The host should be set to decoders.mylaps.com or decoders.amb-it.com
The port should be set to 5500.
On the MYLAPS Practice site your decoder should show online. If not, please check the troubleshoot
document.
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