Rep Thresholds and Impulse Thresholds

ScoreBord uses thresholds to detect when a rep is performed, as well as to detect when Impulse should be recorded.  These thresholds allow it to perform real-time analysis as each rep is completed. 

Example: the default Rep Threshold for a NordBord Nordic test is 150N, so when the force of both legs goes above 150N, ScoreBord detects that a rep has started, and begins looking for a peak.
Example: the default  Impulse Threshold is 10% of MAX, so once a MAX score is detected in a test, ScoreBord tracks back over the test data to calculate  impulse whenever force was above 10% of the MAX score.

These thresholds can be adjusted in ScoreBord (Windows and MacOS only) as follows.

1
Open ScoreBord and pair with your device
2
From the options menu, select Settings
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To adjust Rep Thresholds, select the test type you wish to update, then change the threshold to the desired value.  Click APPLY to save your changes.

Note:
rep thresholds can be set from 25N to 300N, in 25N increments.
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To adjust Impulse Thresholds, select the test type you wish to update, then change the threshold to the desired value.  Click  APPLY to save your changes.

Note: 
Impulse thresholds can be set in absolute values (N) or in relative values (% of MAX).  Absolute thresholds can be set from 25N to 600N, in 25N increments, and relative thresholds can be set from 5% to 95% of MAX, in 5% increments.

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