The SPORTident ComCard Up is a novel product for orienteering, combining SPORTident card and compass in one single, beautiful device. Use the ComCard Up to both navigate on the track and punch at the control stations.
The ComCard Up's patent-pending design guarantees zero deviation of the compass needle and at the same time offers the comfortable SPORTident punching experience that you have come to rely on. The electronics hide under your thumb for optimal, distraction-free orienteering. Building on the proven SI-Card8, the device stores up to 30 punches while taking just over a tenth of a second per punch.
The ComCard Up is equipped with a good, all-around Moscompass capsule with fast setting time and good stability. The capsule features a large needle and a full scale, making it ideal for the beginning and advanced orienteer. Both left-handed and right-handed compass models are available. The ComCard Up is sold for 49 Euro plus VAT and shipping costs.
With the ComCard Up, experience orienteering with an unprecedented focus on your sport.
Navigate with the ComCard Up
Punch with the ComCard Up
Have fun with the ComCard Up
|Model type||Thumb compass|
|Number range||2,800,000 ... 2,999,999|
|Typical application||Orienteering, school sports|
|Data exchange time||115 ms|
|Clear time||< 2 s|
|Special records||CLEAR/CHECK, START, FINISH|
|Time format||24h-format, day of week, counter for up to 4 weeks|
|SI-System compatibility, Firmware stations||SI-Stations BSF7/8, firmware V5.65 and higher|
|Operating range||-20°C ... +50°C*|
|Protection class||IP 67 (DIN EN 60529)
– Protection against penetration of dust
– Protection against the ingress of water during short-term immersion
|Dimensions||71 mm x 88 mm x 5 mm|
*At very low temperatures or very high altitude the formation of bubbles in the compass capsule is possible (but not obligatory). When a compass is subsequently placed under normal conditions, the bubbles tend to disappear and, in the future, might not reappear even in cold weather or at high altitude. (The plastic material after such "training" becomes more elastic.)