We’re happy to share with you one of the videos we have recorded in the last few weeks during our extensive field tests of SCOUTEE Smart Radar Gun. We tested the performance of SCOUTEE Radar Gun against a ballistic chronograph on a baseball field to make sure the performance of our product is at the level we want it to be.
We placed SCOUTEE on a tripod behind the home plate, while the pitching machine and the ballistic chronograph were placed at the pitcher’s mound. Because SCOUTEE connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth and doesn’t have to be physically positioned next to the phone, we were able to record phone screens with both SCOUTEE’s and chronograph’s apps at the same time (Scoutee app on the left, chronograph on the right). As the chronograph does not provide miles per hour (MPH) or kilometers per hour (KMH), we used feet per second (FPS) as the measuring speed unit. Please keep in mind that 1 FPS equals 0.68 MPH.
As you can see in the video below, there are only minimum differences in measurements between the SCOUTEE Radar Gun and the ballistic chronograph, in the range of +/-1FPS. We are pleased to be able to share with you these great results of our hard work!
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