Common Scoreboard Feeds
- The AJT OCR feed is used to get data from a camera pointed at a scoreboard to the scorebug.
- The OCR clock only pulls the game clock and shot clock. The BNC cable from the camera connects to input 1 of the Ioxt to get this data to the sportapp.
- The Tissot scoreboard feed is only used by the NBA. It sends the game clock, shot clock, score and period to the scorebug.
- The OES feed takes the clock, period, and score from the controller and sends it to the scorebug.
- OES with TO refers to the time out countdown clock that was used by the NBA. The time out countdown clock is a separate template that counts down to game time. When this feed is chosen an additional UI, element appears on the UI, it's used to send the time out countdown template to the program window.
- The OES with shot clock tenths works similarly to the two options above, the main difference is tenths mode on the shot clock.
DAK 5000 TV FEED
- DAK 5000 tv feed pulls data from the DAK scoreboard controller to the SportApp. It sends game clock, shot clock, play clock, score and period to the scorebug and UI.
- DAK 5000 tv feed with tenths shows tenths when the game and shot clock goes under a minute. DAK with no shot tenths doesn't show tenths when the shot clock goes under a minute.
- DAK 5000 tv feed with tenths and TO works with the time out countdown clock which can be used as the countdown to game time. The clock shows tenths when it goes below a minute.
- To enable the output of SportApp to display tenth of a second on the shot clock output, the Feed Options will need to be enabled and modified to SHOW SHOT CLOCK TENTHS UNDER X:
OES Basketball (NEW)
OES basketball new works like the OES feed above. The main difference is that this new feed sends timeout, bonus and possession from the controller to the scorebug and the UI.
- SportZcast sends all the clock data plus period and score to the scorebug and the UI. The SportZcast data gets to the app via the network connection.
- To get the data over the network to the sportapp the sbproto.ini file that contains the feed needs to contain the username and bot file number.
DAK 5000 TV FEED No Shot Tenths (New)
- Both Dak feeds carry similar data like the other dak feeds above, they either send shot tenths or they don't send shot tenths to the scorebug. Like OES basketball new, the new DAK tv feed carries extra data to the scorebug and the UI. The extra data is timeout and foul.
DAK 3000 Basketball
- For a customer who has a DAK scoreboard controller but no All Sport CG this option would take clock, period and score from the controller to the scorebug. A serial cable would go from the USB to serial converter to the back of the controller.
- DAK 3000 is a back of the DAK without an All Sport CG, but an older All Sport.
DAK 5100 Basketball
- The DAK 5100 feed works like the DAK 3000 scoreboard feed.
- DAK 5100 is the back of the DAK without All Sport CG, newer models of All Sport.
- Fairplay feed pulls data from the fairplay scoreboard controller to the SportApp. It sends clock, score, timeouts, down, distance, ball on, possession and period to the scorebug and UI.
- Nevco feed pulls data from the nevco scoreboard controller to the SportApp. It sends clock, score, period, timeouts, bonus, double bonus, and fouls to the scorebug and UI.
DAK 5000 TV FEED VOLLEYBALL
- The DAK 5000 volleyball feed sends clock, score and timeouts