Sports Sensors Swing Speed Radar with Tempo TimerThe Swing Speed Radar with Tempo Timer is a small, inexpensive Doppler radar velocity sensor that provides the swing speed and tempo time for golfers of all age and skill levels. It assists players in developing/optimizing their swing by measuring Actual Tempo Time from club takeaway to ball impact at the climax of their forward swing, as well as the Swing Speed of the clubhead as it approaches the ball. Essentially two instruments in one, the Swing Speed Radar with Tempo Timer, featuring simple one-button operation, provides unmatched utility in a single device. Use it at home in ...
Swing speed relates directly to distance and consistent tempo time translates to consistent ball striking. For the first time, an instrument is available by which golfers can obtain immediate real-time feedback on these two important swing characteristics-clubhead swing speed and tempo time. When used on the driving range, or during practice rounds, the immediate feedback of these two inputs provided by the SSRTT, along with the ball flight characteristics, will help a golfer monitor swing performance, optimize swing mechanics, and monitor swing consistency. Various metronome devices are available for golfers to emulate tempo characteristics of their swing, particularly the ratio of the back swing to the forward swing. Because the entire swing time from takeaway to ball impact is only about 0.80 to 1.40 seconds, the human reaction time is a significant percentage of the golfer's tempo. The New Swing Speed Radar with Tempo Timer compliments tempo training by measuring a golfers ACTUAL Tempo Time consistency, from club takeaway to ball contact, to one hundredth of a second, as well as Clubhead Swing Speed within 1 mph up to 100 mph, and 1% over 100 mph.
The Swing Speed Radar is a small, doppler radar velocity sensor that measures the swing speed of golfers and baseball/softball players. Increased swing speed corresponds to increased ball distance. Golfers can determine their optimum swing for the best distance, control and accuracy. Baseball/softball players can develop their optimum bat speed for distance, quickness, and bat control for consistent ball contact. The Swing Speed Radar is positioned in a forward location about 8-10 inches directly away from the tee. Clubhead speed is measured in the vicinity of contact with the ball. In the baseball or softball application, the Swing Speed Radar can be hung on a batting cage, pop-up net, or fence, or tripod-mounted about five feet in front of the player? swinging in air; or mounted similarly about five feet behind a batter swinging at a ball on a tee. The Swing Speed Radar is set at a height corresponding to the plane of the bat swing. Powered by three AA-size batteries, the Swing Speed Radar transmission level is well within FCC requirements and prescribed safety levels. The Swing Speed Radar is microprocessor-controlled, and indicates calculated miles-per-hour club head or bat speeds, ranging from 20 to over 200 miles or Kilometer per hour, on a large easy-to-read liquid crystal display.