• Raceceiver start-up procedures
    1. Remove battery door and put AAA Battery in Raceceiver.
    2. Confirm that the unit reads 454.0000
    3. Reattach and lock battery door.
    4. Plug in earpiece and put foam ends in ears.
    5. At end of night’s racing remove battery and reattach door.
  • Tips for getting the most out of your Raceceiver
    • Always use new batteries: The most common problems that occur with Raceceivers are typically cured by putting in new batteries. Also, new batteries can sometimes be bad right out of the box, so check with a known good battery.
    • Use good quality batteries.
    • Do not put your battery in until just before going out for your heat. Raceceivers are not used during hot laps or qualifying, so no need to put the battery in early and reduce the life of the battery.
    • The Raceceiver automatically goes to the proper frequency(454.0000) when the battery is inserted and you should never need to change the channel.
    • If you experience sound distortion, try turning the volume down. Experience has shown that turning the volume to max can cause the sound to distort or break up.
    • Attach your Raceceiver to your belts or somewhere else close-by in a way that will not cause the earpiece to come unplugged during a race.
    • When rolling out on the track for a race, you will receive a Raceceiver check through your Raceceiver. This is to verify that everyone’s units are working. You will also receive directions as to where to lineup. During green flag laps, the Raceceivers will only be used to call out cautions. Typically you will hear something like “Caution, Caution, Caution, Car high in 3.”  After the caution is out, cars will be directed to where they belong in the lineup, and, if applicable, be told to begin double filing for a restart. On track officials may also direct you to your appropriate spot if necessary.
    • When removing the earpiece from your ears, pull on the foam piece directly rather than pulling on the wires. Pulling the wires can cause them to come loose from the ends and will void any warranty on the earpieces.
    • Be careful with your Raceceiver. While it is designed to be used in racing applications, it is still an electronic device and is susceptible to the usual dangers such as water damage and breakage. You are responsible for any damage you do to the unit.