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==J2Chrono result service software==
==J2Chrono result service software==
[[File:j2chrono.png|200px|thumb|right|J2Chrono 1.0.364]]
[[File:j2chrono.png|200px|thumb|right|J2Chrono 1.0.364]]
===User's manuals===
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====Demonstration data====
====Demonstration data====

Revision as of 23:55, 1 March 2016

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J2Chrono (codename chromo) is a result service application family. Developed by Enymind Production.

J2Chrono result service software

J2Chrono 1.0.364

Demonstration data

Download here. Load data in J2Chrono: File->Backup->Restore backup You have to enter license data again after restore (asks it).


More in J2Chrono Plugins

System requirements

  • When using transponder reader you need one free ethernet or serial port.
    • When using serial port, install also RXTXComm
  • To enable SMS functionality in Linux environment, install also SMS Server Tools.

Operating system and hardware requirements

  • Microsoft Windows
    • 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10
  • GNU/Linux
    • Debian/Ubuntu/Mint
  • Apple iOS
  • 1800MHz 32/64bit i586/amd64 processor or better
  • 1024MB RAM memory
  • J2Chrono, 22MB free disk space
  • Java Runtime Environment, 100MB free disk space
  • VGA compatible display adapter, 64MB video memory or more
    • Screen resolution at least 1366x768
  • Keyboard and mouse

Supported reader devices


Passive technology

  • ImpinJ (Speedway series readers)
  • Alien (ALR-9xxx series readers)
  • Sirit (Infinity series readers)
  • ThingMagic (all readers with Mercury API)
  • 3D-Marketing (previously Ensyc, all readers)
  • Zebra/Motorola (FX series readers)
  • Texas Instruments (Tiris series readers)
Motorola is a registered trademark of ©Motorola, Inc.
ThingMagic is a registered trademark of ©ThingMagic, A Division of Trimble.
SMARTRAC and DogBone are registered trademarks of ©SMARTRAC N.V.

Active technology

  • MYLAPS MX decoders (P3 protocol)
MYLAPS is a registered trademark of MYLAPS Sports Timing


  • Ethernet port (if needed, for reader unit or wired connection)
  • USB ports (if needed, for gsm modem or usb memory stick)
  • Serial port (if needed, for heat printer or reader unit)