Ice hockey scoreboards and side-kicks

Our scoreboards, all made in Finland, provide the right solutions for both small ice hockey halls or large professional ice hockey arenas. The number height we use in our ice hockey scoreboards, are 15cm, 20cm and 30cm. When the scoreboard is placed to one end of the hall, we advise to choose the bigger number height than when placed in the middle of the rink. In addition to traditional LED scoreboards, we also provide jumbo-size LED screens to go with our own scoreboard software. High resolution LED screens can play seamlessly almost any videos, pictures, commercials or any other media, which can be scaled to fit the screen. Our scorebaord software can be modified to match the LED screen resolution. 

DT-SPORT 8202IH scoreboard

wireless or cable connection
number height 20/15 cm
external measurements 180(l) x 120(k) x 8,6(s) cm
control with DT-SPORT 40 control panel
game clock, goals, set, penalties and time-outs
changing room clocks and ringette clocks applicable

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DT-SPORT 10300IH scoreboard

wireless or cable connection
number height 30/15 cm
external measurements 288(l) x 120(k) x 8,6(s) cm
control with DT-SPORT 40 control panel
game clock, goals, set, penalties and time-outs
changing room clocks and ringette clocks applicable

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DT-SPORT VIDEO scoreboard software

scoreboarding views according to LED screen
supports many different resolutions
character size can be set to meet requirements
indoor brightness between 800-1500 nits
easy-to-use PC user interface
wide range of after sales services available

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DT-SPORT 30s ringette clocks 

Number height: 300 mm
Control: DT-SPORT 40 control panel
Installation: wall or rink

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DT-SPORT changing room clocks

Number height: 25 mm, red color
Control: DT-SPORT 40 control panel
Installation: changing rooms, official rooms

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DT-SPORT 40 control panel

Use: to control ice hockey scoreboards 
Features: game-specific button skin
Installation: official tables

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