- Scoreboard Models
We have many different model baseball scoreboards for sale. Before you buy baseball scoreboards it is important to understand electronic baseball scoreboard technology. A wireless baseball scoreboard removes the necessity to bury control cables. There are baseball stadium scoreboards, college baseball scoreboards, and high school baseball scoreboards. Our sales coaches will ensure that the purchase of your team or school baseball scoreboard is a success.
Baseball scoreboard prices vary over a wide range. You always get what you pay for. Discount baseball scoreboards are no bargain if you eventually spend more on repairs than the scoreboard originally cost. Cheap baseball scoreboards more often than not will stop working on the day of the big game. There is no substitute for a professional baseball electronic scoreboard. The small price difference is not worth the aggravation. Make the best choice for your baseball field scoreboard. Choose Electro-Mech.
To drive up morale at a high school game and to bring people out to a college ball park, athletic directors and baseball managers across the country turn to Electro-Mech Scoreboards. There is nothing quite like the bright lights and home colors of the baseball scoreboard to get the crowd into the seats and into the games. From the time the national anthem is played until the bottom of the ninth, fans focus attentively to the baseball scoreboard for all of their in-game information. Electro-Mech will deliver the right baseball scoreboard for your program's needs within your budget and your needs. Give your fans something to cheer about: an Electro-Mech Scoreboard.
All of our scoreboards come standard with these features:
Fully Customizable Baseball Scoreboards
We make great baseball scoreboards to fit your budget and your programs needs.
There are many levels of information displays to select from. You may need to just cover the bases with the basic information: inning count, outs, hits and overall score. In that case, the Baseball 1030 model is the best choice and weights just 110 pounds for easy mounting. As your needs grow, we have over 19 different information display configurations to offer you. Our top-of-the-line model, the 1780 Baseball Scoreboard, is 36 feet wide and 10 feet high and includes a full information display that includes an inning-by-inning run count for each team, pitch count, total team runs and errors, current batter number and the scorer's ruling from the last play.
You can customize the colors to match your team or program. We offer sixteen different vibrant standard paint colors for the face of the scoreboard. We can even deliver other colors for an additional fee. For extra pop, you may want to add a stripe around the edge of the scoreboard--white or gold are very effective. Finally, with our baseball scoreboards you can even choose from two super-bright LED display colors, either amber or red. Either light choice is extremely visible from a wide range of angles and in most light conditions.
Next, you'll decide how many ID panels to add to your scoreboard. The ID panel displays your team name, the field name, and images that usually include the team mascot and advertisements. Ads are a critical revenue maker for many programs and the spaces around the scoreboard are prime real estate that will attract the most fan attention and should command the highest fees.
You will also have many choices for the shape for your baseball scoreboard. In addition to the standard rectangular choice, we can add arc features for a domed top or longer arcs for an arched top look. Our company even offers decorative trusses for a stylish visual package.
LED Baseball Scoreboards
Electro-Mech has been making innovative baseball scoreboards for almost 50 years and during that time we have seen many changes to the technology used to display game information. Starting from chalkboards and hanging signs to the stiff digital displays of the 1970s, nothing comes close to the state-of-the-art LED displays that arrived in the 1990s.
These little Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are able to concentrate all of their power into producing colored light. This is a huge upgrade from the standard incandescent bulbs, which wasted energy and sharpness by diluting their power into heat and many wavelengths invisible to the human eye. An LED display benefits the fans with increased viewing angles and powerful displays that can be seen in almost any lighting--especially important for baseball day games.
The benefit to your program is even greater because these LEDs cost less in power and last 50 to 100 times longer than incandescent bulbs. Because of the greatly reduced power load, they are less expensive to install and the equipment needed to run them is also greatly reduced. Our company is a leader in bringing LED technology to scoreboards. Their first LED scoreboard was built in 1996 and we have been perfecting it ever since.
Wireless Baseball Scoreboards
The other major technological advance that Electro-Mech has seen since the 1960s has been the arrival of wireless technology. It used to be that to operate the scoreboard from the score's table or the press box, a trench had to be dug, expensive wiring had to be laid and installed and its position was basically fixed for life. We developed our ScoreLink technology to transmit the signal wirelessly from the control console straight onto the scoreboard. There is no wiring and all adjustment to the statistics can be handled from the control console, which seamlessly connects through a radio frequency to a modem hooked up to the scoreboard. This saves your program costs and hassle and makes the seating configuration completely flexible.