Timers and Counters
A scoreboard can be thought of as a collection of Timers, Counters, and Indicators. Usually the collection fits in one big metal box. [Continue reading...]
Practice Segment Timers for Football and More
If practice makes perfect, these displays will help perfection to arrive right on schedule.
Pitch Count Displays for Baseball or Softball
Pitch Count information is a built-in feature on many Electro-Mech Baseball and Softball scoreboards such as LX1130 and LX1160. If you've already purchased a scoreboard and wish to add Pitch Count, the Model LX1118 is the basic starting point for a variety of displays we can build to match your needs.
Add-on Timers for Baseball or Softball
If you have an existing Electro-Mech Baseball scoreboard or Softball scoreboard, our add-on Timer displays can often take advantage of your existing cabling or wireless data system.
Locker Room Clocks
Many facilities show a countdown on the main scoreboard before the game starts or during halftime. Our Locker Room Clock displays can repeat the Time information at almost any location within your venue.
Play Clocks (Delay of Game Timers)
These displays come in pairs. LX3050 and LX3070 are designed to be permanently mounted, while the other three models can go mobile when purchased along with our T-Cart Leg Kits.
Shot Timers for Basketball
Shot Timers for Basketball
A scoreboard can be thought of as a collection of Timers, Counters, and Indicators. Usually the collection fits in one big metal box. But sometimes you want to separate out one of the Timers or Counters into its own box. Most of the items on this page fall into that category of things which, for one reason or another, didn't quite fit in the bigger scoreboard box.
These Timers and Counters are like mini scoreboards and share lots of the same features and options. With a few exceptions (Shot Timers and Locker Room Clocks), the cabinets have faces that can be painted any of our 16 standard colors (or a custom color -- for an upcharge). For outdoor displays, you can choose either Red or Amber LEDs.
There are some differences to keep in mind too. While these displays can be purchased with their own control consoles (along with data cable or the ScoreLink wireless communication system) for independent operation, most were designed to be integrated into an existing scoring system. If you are, for example, adding a Pitch Count display to an Electro-Mech Baseball scoreboard, you can often use the same control console and communication system to operate the old and new displays together.
The add-on Timers and Counters for Baseball and Softball are shown more as an example or starting point for a customized design. These models almost never ship as they are illustrated here. Instead, they are typically incorporated into larger panels with additional graphics to be mounted above or below existing scoreboard cabinets.
Talk to your Electro-Mech scoreboard sales rep to find the best options for your facility. Whether you need a stand-alone display, want to add features from these displays to a new scoreboard, or want to bring new life to an old scoreboard with an add-on unit, we can find a solution for you.