Race Logger Instructions

Setup for race management system
 Boat Details (1-3 only needs setting once for each boat)
Select menu and tap "Settings".
That should initiate the settings screen displayed
1. Type in your sail number.
2. Type in your Boats Name.
3. Fill in the Offset from Bow to Phone position.
The distance in metres that your phone will be from the bow when you are racing (to calculate when bow crossed).
1-3 must be set up initially by each yacht.
The above will appear on the SMS and Email with your finish time.
4. Before each race load race details as follows;
From main menu select Get Remotecfg
User = RMYClubPH
Password = 09ewkd4
The User and Password only need entering initially.
A message will appear to confirm race data if successful.
Here down is loaded by Remote Cfg before each race and is provided as a guide to a typical configuration.
5.  Make sure the Finish Line box is ticked.
6. Type in the Latitude and longitude of each end of the finish Line
For Bass and Flinders line
Edit FLStart: -34.072914, 151.153503
Edit FLStop: -34.081049, 151.159003
7. Choose finish line details from Choose Finish line?
8. Setup Delay after log starts automatically. (If log is turned on after the start time the time starts from then). This prevents the logger attempting to calculate a finish time if you cross the finish line during the pre and immediate post start period.
For most scratch starts this is set to: 30 minutes.
For pursuit starts this is set to: 60 minutes after first boat.
9. Ensure boxes are ticked for as shown:
Stop Log when crossing finish line - Tick
Send finish line summary by email summary - Tick
Send SMS when crossing finish line - Tick
 EMail and SMS
10. Fill in Default Email address with a comma and space between emails;
john.barter@optusnet.com.au
11. Select Email, select from the system accounts. (not used)
This will load Google Play emails into default email.
12. Fill in Phone number(s) for SMS of finish time with comma and space between mobile numbers: 0418253479
 Log Options
13. Select log file types. Tick - KML and GPX
14. Defaults name
15. KML/GPX trigger sets the default log rate. Use - 5 metres
This is the logging rate during the delayed time to record more precise times around the start.
16. Secondary KLM/GPX trigger, Use 15 metres
This is the logging rate after the delayed time to limit the file size on long races.
Metres are used as the trigger so when the boat is not moving it doesn't write to the log file.
 AutoLog
17. Turn ON Tick - Time Range (below)
18. Tick required day, normally will be Saturday.
19. Set Start Time for next Race
20. Stop time - Set to stop after finishing.
 Units
21. Units - Set to Metric+Imperial
22. LatLon representation. - Set to Degrees
 Settings
23. This option restores all setting to default.
Pressing this will require you to reprogram all inputs.

Race Logger Setup Screen