Result Calculator International User Guide BCE 220.127.116.11 or higher BRICON nv : Europark Oost 15C, 9100 Sint-Niklaas, Belgium Tel: +32 3 777 3974 Fax: +32 3 778 0735 www.bricon.be email: email@example.com UK Distributor for Bricon : Mark Palmer Tel: 0121 358 1267 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Calculator function in the Bricon Club Editor Purpose The results calculator in the Bricon Club Editor (BCE) makes it is possible to read race data automatically from Bricon clocks in order to calculate race results. It is also possible to enter the data from other clocks manually. Attention - Data must be entered correctly to ensure a true calculation of the result. Activation To use the calculator your application requires an activation code. Go to the options tab within BCE and make a note of the serial number (1) indicated within the calculation module. The serial number is unique to each computer, so it should be generated on the computer that is intended to be used for calculating the race results. 1 2 To request the activation code email the serial number to email@example.com stating your club name and indicating that you require the activation code. To activate the calculation module enter the activation code (2). After entering the activation code, the Bricon Club Editor must be restarted. You will then see a new tab appear entitled “Calculator” within the BCE. Requirements A Computer with the Bricon Club Editor (BCE) [version 18.104.22.168 or higher], the Bricon Club-Master (BCM) and its power supply. Connect the BCM to the BCE using the USB cable supplied. Turn on the BCE then power on the BCM. Communication will be made between the BCM and BCE. Click on the Calculator tab in the BCE. NB : The read out print of each clock must be taken prior to commencing using the Bricon result calculator. Do not delete the race information from the clock before carrying out the results calculation process. The Icons Add calculation Delete selected calculation Print selected calculation Print settings Read out ETS Manual input Add read out View xml file Remove read out Calculator 2 Add Calculation To start click on the „Add Calculation‟ icon, and then within the details tab fill in the following fields. Name. Club. Race. Coordinates. Prizes. Liberation. Remarks. The name of the club. The club ID (to match the Club ID on the Bricon Club-Master). Select the race point from the list. Not applicable in the UK. Here you can input how many pigeons you wish to be shown on the result. e.g. 10% (= 10% of the basketed pigeons) or 10 without % (= the first 10). You also have the option to print the first pigeon recorded by each fancier. Enter the date and time of the race liberation. Optional remarks (to appear on the print out) NB : The total number of fanciers and pigeons in the race will be read automatically from the clocks. Read out ETS for calculation Click on the „Read Race Data‟ icon. Fill in the club ID, the race ID (the first four letters of the racepoint name) and the date of the race. A „Used FileName‟ is generated from these inputs. NB: In settings it is possible to select the destination directory for the read out file. Click on „Read out‟ and when requested connect the Bricon ETS clock to the Bricon Club-Master. The race data is automatically read from the Bricon ETS clock and is transferred to the computer. When the request for the race distance for the competitor is made - remove the Bricon ETS clock and then enter the competitors‟ flying distance. The data for the competitor is then saved within the xml file for the race. Click on „Read Out‟ and when requested connect the next Bricon ETS clock and repeat the process. Calculator 3 In „Previous Read Outs‟ you can view each of the previous read outs taken (with the quick view). It is also possible to delete a file. In „Options‟ you can select the Destination on your computer for the read out file. Add Read Out Clicking on the „Add Read Out‟ icon will open the „Select a read out to add‟ list. From the list you can select which read out files you require to be included in the calculation. More than one xml file may be selected. Manual xml files may also be added. NB: The race data within the selected file may be viewed with the Quick View icon. It is possible to remove a selected file from the result calculation with the delete icon. Manual input The race data of a competitor using a non-Bricon clock can also be included in the race calculation by a manual input of the information. Select an existing read out file or input the Club ID, Race ID and the date to create a new xml file. Input the number of pigeons basketed by the fancier, select the name of the fancier and enter the flying distance in miles and yards. Enter the data for the time set and strike out. For each bird recorded enter the ring number and colour plus the time/date of the clocking. For the quick input of data Use tab to switch between fields. Use the arrows (left and right) to switch within the fields (hours to minutes). Use the arrows (up and down) to change the value or type in the new value (for date and time). Use the enter button to add the input. Click on „Add‟ to add the race calculations to the selected xml file. Calculator 4 View XML file The information within the selected xml file can be viewed by clicking on the quick view icon. A „View Data‟ box appears revealing all of the data that is held within the xml file. If any changes are necessary the amendments can be saved by clicking on the ‟Save As‟ icon. Calculation of result After the required read out xml files have been added to the list using the „Add ReadOut‟ icon then the „Results‟ tab can be clicked to view the calculated result. Print settings By clicking on the “Print setting” icon you can select optional columns to appear on the result print-out. NB: It is recommended within the UK, that the two columns indicated opposite are selected. To Print the Result Select a calculation and click on the print icon. Follow the instructions to obtained the required print out. Calculator 5 Two day races When a race extends into a second day, the „Two day race‟ box should be ticked and the hours of darkness should be added prior to the result calculation. Championships A variety of optional special championships can be calculated by clicking on the „Championships‟ icon after having made a result calculation. Title print out Select the race calculations for the championships Calculator 6 Select (with a tick in the box) the queries that you want to see on the print out Query 1 : Prices / fancier Query 2 : Ace Pigeon Query 3 : Super ace Query 4 : Championship Query 5 : Best pigeons Query 6 : Olympiade Query 1 : Prizes / fancier This Query shows the total basketed pigeons/fancier and the prize counts/fancier In max row count it is possible to select how many fanciers you print. (the fastest fancier is always listed first). Query 2 : Ace Pigeon Query 3 : Super Ace Query 4 : Championship Query 5 : Best Pigeons Query 6 : Olympiade Calculator 7 Declaration of conformity Directive 1999//5/EC (R&TTE) Hokantenne Hokantenne Hokantenne Hokantenne BRICON nv Europark Oost 15 C 9100 Sint-Niklaas Belgium 1V-XXxxx 2V-XXxxx 4V-XXxxx 6V-XXxxx We declare the product mentioned below on which this declaration is related to that on own justification, in agreement is with the essential requirements and with other relevant provisions of the R&TTE directive (1999/5/EC). Article : Loft Antenna BRICON 1V (14cm), 2V (28cm), 4V (50cm), 6V (70cm). Type : Reader for transponders (125kHz) In agreement are with Â§3 of R&TTE- the directive. Health and security Â§3 (1) a: Applied standards: EN 60950:1992+A1+A2:1993+A3:1997+A11:1997 EMC §3(1)b: Applied standards: EN 301 489-3/07.200 Radio frequency spectrum Â§3 (2) Applied standards: EN 300 330-2 V1.1/7.2000 Technical file is available at the offices of the manufacturer. BRICON nv, Europark Oost 15C, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium. Place and date of issue: Sint-Niklaas, 13-12-2005. Manufacturer / Authorised representative Ivan Baetens Director. Francis Nolmans Director.
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