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76 Basketball Operations
Display
Action
MM:SS = minutes, seconds
Enter the amount of time for a full time out in minutes and
seconds on the number pad and press <ENTER>.
For example, 1:00
MM:SS = minutes, seconds
A warning horn can be configured to signal the end of a full
time out. While the time out clock is counting down, the horn
will sound for one second when the warning time is reached.
Enter a zero for the time to disable the warning horn.
Enter the time in minutes and seconds on the number pad
and press <ENTER>.
N = current setting
Enter the number of partial time outs on the number pad and
press <ENTER>.
MM:SS = minutes, seconds
Enter the amount of time for a partial time out in minutes and
seconds on the number pad and press <ENTER>.
For example, 00:20
MM:SS = minutes, seconds
A warning horn can be configured to signal the end of a partial
time out. While the time out clock is counting down, the horn
will sound for one second when the warning time is reached.
Enter a zero for the time to disable the warning horn.
Enter the time in minutes and seconds on the number pad
and press <ENTER>.
Press <YES> to display the time out time on the LCD and the
main clock digits of the scoreboard while the time out clock is
active.
Press <NO> to display the time out time on the LCD only.
Press <YES> to enable FIBA mode (international rules).
This will display number of time outs taken on the scoreboard.
At the beginning of a new game, time outs will start at 0 and
increment as they are taken, up to the max configured value.
Press <NO> to show time outs remaining on the scoreboard.
TI ME OUTS- TI ME
FULL MM:SS*
TI ME OUTS- MODE
WARNI NG MM:SS*
TI ME OUTS- MODE
PARTI AL N *
TI ME OUTS- TI ME
PARTI AL MM:SS*
TI ME OUTS- MODE
PRTL WARN MM:SS*
TI ME OUTS-MODE
SHOW ON MAI N? N
FI BA MODE
Y/N? N
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