• FAQ 1: What is the ACC Archerytimer? +

    The ACC Archerytimer is a software package giving you access to an extensive signal light which can be used for archery tournament or doing practice.
  • FAQ 2: What does ACC stand for? +

    ACC is an abbreviatron that stands for "Archery Competition Control".
  • FAQ 3: Can ACC be used in competitions? +

    The answer is simple: Yes! The ACC Archery Timer works perfectly for tournament conditions, which does not mean that the system doesn't work just as good during practice.
  • FAQ 4: Can the ACC control real signal lights similar the traffic lights? +

    Yes! The archer has access to all needed information via monitors but also by looking at a real signal light.
  • FAQ 5: Which system requiremens are there? +

    The system requirements for using the ACC are quite limited. To start the software an up-to-date Windows- or Linux-System is needed. The ACC was tested on devices using Windows 10 (64bit), Debian/Ubuntu (64bit) and Raspbian (default operating system for Raspberry Pi).
  • FAQ 6: Is there a free trial for the ACC Archerytimer? +

    Generally there is not free version of the ACC. If you want to test the system, pleace contact me to recive a testing license which is valid for a couple of weeks.
  • FAQ 7: Which languages does ACC support? +

    As of now the ACC can be used in German and English. You find a link to the german website in the footer.
  • FAQ 8: Who made ACC? +

    ACC was developed by Arne Hannappel and published by AH! Apps. You find a link to AH! Apps in the footer.
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