The Director can be hung from various structures (like a finish line arch) when ordered with this option. This option adds two stainless steel eyebolts/eyehooks on the top of the unit to allow chains or ropes to suspend the unit from a suitable structure above. As with all overhead structures, sturdy and redundant methods are needed if personnel will be underneath the structures.
The standard Director has a single digit display that can display the lane or bay numbers from 1 to 9. For larger facilities, a two-digit model is available, which can display one or two digits for the lane/bay number (up to 99). Note that because the remote control on the DIR model only has 9 buttons (no "zero" button), we need to skip the lane/bay numbers that end with zero. Thus, the possible lane /bay numbers are 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,21,22,23,24... and so on up to 99, skipping numbers that end in 0 like 10 and 20. When you are labeling your lane numbers, you skip numbers that end in zero. In operation, when entering the lane/bay number on the remote, you can enter either a single digit or two digits, and the Director will display either one or two digits on the remote display.
The price of the Two-Digit model, with two 6" tall displays, is $895
Extra/Spare Remote Controls
Having an extra remote on hand is a good idea. Extra/Spare Remote Controls for the Director display are available for $95 each.