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Published by: Nathan Bukoski on Jan 07, 2009
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06/16/2009

 
 BowlerTrack 
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General Information..........................................................................1BowlerTrack Chassis........................................................................2
BowlerTrack PCB..........................................................................3Connections.............................................................................3HDLC Adapter..............................................................................6Power Transformer.........................................................................7Selecting the Input Voltage........................................................7Power Relay..................................................................................8
BowlerTrack Camera........................................................................9
Camera Alignment..........................................................................9
Cable Diagrams...............................................................................11
 
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General Information
The BowlerTrack system monitors the trajectory of the bowling ball as it rollsdown the lane. The system consists of a BowlerTrack chassis and aBowlerTrack camera. These components interact with the Lane GroupProcessor (LGP) of the lane pair through the Pinsetter Interface Box and theLLAN cable for systems with nondirect connect pinsetters or through theconsolidated electronics and LLAN cable on systems with direct connect GS-Series pinsetters.. Refer to the figure titled
Camera, BowlerTrack PCB, and Comline Connection
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Camera, BowlerTrack PCB, and Comline Connection
(1)PINSETTER INTERFACE BOX OR GS-SERIES(2)COMMUNICATION CABLE(3)BOWLERTRACKPINSETTER CONSOLIDATED ELECTRONICS(4)CAMERA
In operation, the BowlerTrack PCB receives the trajectory information fromthe camera. The PCB then calculates the actual trajectory and speed of theball. This information is then translated by a PCB located in either theBowlerTrack chassis or the pinsetter interface box. It is then sent to the LGPvia the Local LAN cable where it is stored and maintained. Upon request fromthe bowler, the information is sent to the console screen.The BowlerTrack chassis and camera are normally mounted to the ceiling soffitbetween a pair of lanes and is positioned directly over the foul line.

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