NADAC Forum
General => General Discussion => Topic started by: danforth on August 18, 2020, 04:12:43 PM

I am trying to figure out sct for Theo Intro Weavers. I can put in 1 for long weaves (since this is intro). I put in 1 final obstacle. how do I account for the hoops? With jump height of 12, the calculator says 8 yards and 3.90 SCT. Is that correct? How do I convert that information into time allowed for this run?
Thanks.
Isabel

I think you'll have better luck if you enter the number of the finish obstacle as 7, as it is numbered on the map. That accounts for all of the hoops. When I enter that, it shows 50 yards. 24.39 SCT.

Thanks. I really didn't know what was meant by finish obstacle.
Your numbers make a lot more sense to me.
Isabel

So for Theo Elite Weavers, I would enter 15 in last obstacle number, 1 for long weaves, and 1 for 15 foot tunnel and that gives me 111 yards and 38.95 SCT. Did I get that right?
Thanks.

So for Theo Elite Weavers, I would enter 15 in last obstacle number, 1 for long weaves, and 1 for 15 foot tunnel and that gives me 111 yards and 38.95 SCT. Did I get that right?
Thanks.
I assume your are still using 12 inch?
I get 121 yards and a time of 42.46 SCT
I put 3 for long weaves they are done 3 times.
There are 3 places with 18 foot spacing and 1 place with 24 foot spacing which gives a 6 yard adjustment to the yardage.

So for Theo Elite Weavers, I would enter 15 in last obstacle number, 1 for long weaves, and 1 for 15 foot tunnel and that gives me 111 yards and 38.95 SCT. Did I get that right?
Thanks.
Last obstacle # is right (15). "1" for 15 foot tunnel is right because it's only taken once. But for long weaves you would put in a "3"  because it is taken 3 times. There is also one long section (24'), and 3 short sections (18'), so you also have to put "2" in the adjustment column.

Thanks Marcy, the designer should know how to do it, hopefully I will not mix up my feet with my yards again.
So using corrected numbers (2 yard adj), I get 125 yard with a SCT of 43.86

Thanks Marcy, the designer should know how to do it, hopefully I will not mix up my feet with my yards again.
So using corrected numbers (2 yard adj), I get 125 yard with a SCT of 43.86
Yes, you are correct....12" dog would get 43.86 seconds.