The Counter test type counts a given number of actions/exercises or checks how long it takes to complete an exercise consisting of a certain number of repetitions.

The End of Test parameter can be defined as follows:

Number of Impulses Choosing a number of impulses (e.g. 5) the test will be completed when the timer receives a number of events equal to the entered value, including the first Start event (not like in the Basic test type, where it is excluded). 
End of Time Setting a time in minutes:seconds, the complete test will finish when the set amount of time is reached.
Timeout Setting a time in minutes:seconds, the test ends when the 'repetitions' are carried out in an amount of time that is higher than the one set.

Number of Impulses

Example: Timing of how much time it takes to do 10 push-ups

Set the test with End of Test=Number of Impulses and as parameter the desired number of push-ups:

While timing, the main parameter showing is the counter. In the table, for each repetition the progressive time and the amount of time of the single repetition is displayed.


End of Time

Example: Test for one minute and check how many times the action is performed during the total amount of time (e.g. go and back from two positions crossing a photocell). The winner is the one who has totaled more impulses within the maximum time (and in case of same number of impulses, within the shortest amount of time).


Example: A certain repetitive action must be carried out within 10 seconds (e.g. slalom through cones or a series of jumps). If the repetition takes longer than the set time, the test is stopped. The winner is the athlete performing the highest number of repetitions.