Tag: All Sport

All Sport Consoles Tips for Baseball

As baseball season arrives in full swing, it's useful to familiarize yourself with the AT BAT, pitch count and time settings of your All Sport console. The steps below are sorted into three sections based on the model of All Sport console that you may have. Using this information will help you to smoothly run ...

2017 Men’s NIT Experimental Rules Changes

As you may know, the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved experimental for the 2017 Men's NIT postseason tournament. The rules include: Resetting team fouls to zero at the end of 10-minute segments of each half. Resetting the shot clock to 20 seconds instead of 30 seconds at times when the ball is inbounded ...

Understanding which All Sport Code to use

Depending on the type of the display, whether it’s fixed digit or LED, determines the All Sport Code used for the distribution of RTD data to be displayed. Depending on model of display and All Sport model there will be specific driver within the fixed digit display. It is important to understand your display type ...

Your basketball season preparation should be a slam dunk!

Start your season preparation early with the help of our services team. For those of you getting ready for basketball, you’ll want to stay tuned to The Control Panel for everything you need to prepare. We recommend completing a season readiness check 2-4 weeks before your first event, giving you enough time to fulfill any ...

What All Sport Code should I use for my scoreboard?

The All Sport is a versatile console. It can capture the timing and scoring for a high school soccer game and then be on the job for a professional football game the next day. The change between sports simply requires a code and insert change. Each code will default to the appropriate timeouts, periods, penalties, ...

How to set the All Sport 5000 to count up and stop at a preset time

We all know that zero comes after one when counting down. But what happens when you are counting up? Does the clock ever stop? Soccer, or Football as they call it around the World, uses the All Sport 5000 controller for the main clock to count up. In most cases, the first half starts at ...

NCAA 2015 Basketball Timing Changes

Shot Clock Rules have changed for Men's NCAA All Sport or clock operators; this post is for you! As college basketball gears up for the 2015 season, the NCAA implemented a few rule changes in timing and fouls for both men’s and women’s hoops. Although these changes most heavily affect your position during a game, ...