How the active timingsense system works

The timingsense active timing system consists of active chips (loaded and running) and the chip reading device (Classic Loop Box).

When the transponder passes through the recognition range of the Classic Loop Box or loop device, the chip receives a signal to emit its code. The chip emits its number or coding through the built-in Bluetooth and it is received by the Classic Loop Box device, which is responsible for sending this reading or registration through the Internet.

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What makes this active chip different from other active transponders is the built-in Bluetooth. The Bluetooth of the active chip has different parameters that can be configured depending on how you want the active chip to transmit. The active chips are always configured through a Classic Loop Box device and this configuration is loaded into the chips when they pass through the loop.

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