Powerball Counter functions
1. Total Accumulated Revolutions
Press the ’FCN’ button to reveal the “total revolutions” mode on the display. This mode calculates the accumulated rotor revolutions during a session and records each 100 rotations as one unit – for example 7240 revolutions will display as 72.
2. ’Real Time’ Revolutions
Press the ’FCN’ button to reveal the “current revolutions” mode on the display. This counter setting allows real time monitoring of the rotor’s RPM (revs per minute) speed.
3. The Highest RPM
Press the ’FCN’ button to reveal the “high speed” mode on the display. While the rotor is stationary, this counter setting will automatically display the highest RPM ever achieved on the ball.
Once the rotor is in motion however, the mode automatically changes to the “high speed – action” setting. This will effectively record the highest score achieved during the current session.
If this is a higher score than the current record held in the counter’s memory, then the display will flash and the new score will automatically overwrite the old high score once the rotor stops turning. If the score is lower than the current high score in the counter’s memory, then it will remain on the display until the rotor stops and revert back to the “high speed” mode once again.
4. The Physical Strength Index
Press the ’FCN’ button to reveal the “strength index” mode on the display.
This setting will begin to record the number of actual revolutions made during the 30, 60 or 90 second interval immediately after the rotor is set in motion. The display begins counting down and continues until the last 5 seconds – whereby the accumulated revs will appear. This is a superb test of your strength as you need to keep the rotor spinning at the highest possible revs for a period of 30/60 or 90 seconds in order to achieve a maximum score!