Creating filters manually

When you connect your device remotely and set up the race, the filters that you have created in Sportmaniacs will be applied. You will only be able to edit them during this configuration. Filters that you have created in local mode do not apply while a race configuration is active. We tell you all about creating filters in Sportmaniacs in this article.

The tag filtering option allows you to choose the readings you want to send to TSCloud by applying a filter based on the race code and company code of the tags. You can activate more than one filter at a time.

If the filter you want to apply does not appear in the list of default filters you can create it manually.

The tag filtering feature is not activated by default on timingsense devices. If you want to activate it please contact us: info@timingsense.com
  1. Open the menu.
  2. Select “Filters”.
  3. Select “Show active filters” at the bottom right
  4. Select “Add a new filter”.
  5. Complete the enterprise code and the race code of the filter you want to create.
  6. Click “Save”.
  7. Click “Yes” in the pop-up window.

On the “Chip filter statistics” screen the status indicator of the filter you have created will change to green. In the menu of the box you will see the number of active filters next to “Filters”.

In order to create a filter which is included in all of your company’s races, in step 5, complete your company code and leave the race code blank (00000000). This will create a filter whose value for race code is “All“.
Readings that do not match the active filters will not be sent to TSCloud but will remain stored on the box. You can retrieve them by applying the correct filters and rewinding the device from TSConnector; or by downloading the session to a USB from the “Previous Sessions” section.

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