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This is the contents of a typical I-Lap system:
1. Bridge Sensor Cables
2. Decoder to Bridge Cable (50 feet)
3. Decoder
4. USB/PC to Decoder Cable
5. Bridge Sensors
6. Software and Driver CD
7. Velcro
8. Transponders


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Connect bridge sensors together with supplied bridge sensor cables.
You can plug the sensors together in either direction.

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The sensor with only one connector is connected last in the chain of sensors.


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Connect the decoder to the sensors with the 50 foot cable.


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Connect the decoder to your computer's USB port with the supplied USB/PC cable.
The decoder and sensors are powered by your computer's USB port.
No AC adapter is needed.


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Attach the sensors to the underside of your timing bridge facing down to the
ground with the supplied Velcro. (Bridge not supplied)


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Attach your transponder using supplied Velcro in a position where it can see
up through the window or other clear portion of the body shell. The transponder
works through some paints and RTR bodies, or can be attached to the outside
of your body shell in an area where it will be protected in a roll-over or a crash.


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Connect your transponder to an open slot in the vehicle's receiver.
Make sure to use the same polarity as your other attached cables.
DO NOT PLUG YOUR TRANSPONDER INTO THE RPM, TEMP, OR LAP
PORTS ON SPEKTRUM™ TELEMETRY RECEIVERS.



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This is a proper installation. The signal emitter has a clear view up and the transponder is level.