The first PDA device professional soccer referees can wear to report your match, manage and syncronize game time as a team, capture audio recordings, and submit electronic match reports! Features:
- USSF Approved
- Built-in rules and regulations to avoid administrative mistakes
- Note taking is quicker than paper and pen
- All important information in one display which has the best possible clarity in all lightning conditions
- The administration work is simplified, faster and secure
- Smart, multi-function timekeeping with vibrating alerts
- Easy MP3 recording for dictation or recording misconduct events
- Connect up to five devices together with bluetooth
Easy to learn and simple to use on the field.
U.S. Soccer Federation officials are free to use watches and PDA devices at their discretion, so long as the equipment is deemed safe for use in a match by the official.
Mark the numbers in the PDA from team line ups or download from FA database. Program minutes of playing time, name and colors of teams, kick-off team etc. Connect PDA together by the blue tooth function.
During the match
Quick menu makes it easy to register all match occasions and they are stored securely in the PDA. The PDA is smart and will help you if you for example try to do two yellow cards. The vibrate alarm pay your attention in important match occasions. It also has a penalty menu and more useful functions. On the display you see team names and shirt color, the referee watch, match results, shirt number of cautioned player in each team and icons showing active functions.
When PDA are connected they will have exact the same information on the display. All match notes will automatically be transmitted between the PDA and an inbuilt vibrator/beep system draws attention to the PDA and allows contact between refereeing personnel. The PDA begins to record sound as soon as the unit is switched on. A stored sequence of capture sound is the previous 30 seconds and the next 30 seconds.
The watch continue to counting up if you have to register a occasion or store a capture sound sequence until you turned off the PDA. You can see the match report on the display and when you connect to a PC you can print, e-mail or just download it to the FA and also listen to the stored sound file.