looking from the top the sections do look like they have a senser fitted,but a closer look from underneath reveals this is not the case.
Very early pit in and out sections did have a moving flipper on both sections making reversal very easy but the later ones have the exit one as fixed flipper.
As the mouldings are universal the pit exit for one type becomes the pit entrance for another and the pockets for the various parts are already there,but if unused just have blanking plates in place...
At the current prices for these sections it's best to double check to make sure you have the correct one ordered...
Hi all, I have a pit exit that comes out at my start/finish line. I was planning on fitting a sensor to the exit hole to rectify my lap timing (have 3 lanes crossing the start/finish) issues as the inside lane currently doesn't time & count laps. Does anybody know how hard it is to wire an extra sensor into the APB to fix my problem? A schematic at the very least would have the soldering iron warming up for the experiment.
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