Starting Light System

EM Motorsport has developed a multi-purpose Start Light System that can be used at each and every type of racing circuit around the world for all types of motor racing competition. The EM Motorsport Start Light System (EM-SLS) has been designed to allow complete versatility of the system enabling it to control standing starts and rolling starts as well as track days, driver education and other alternative circuit uses.
The EM-SLS is fully compliant with both the FIA International Sporting Codes (Appendix H, 2.4.6 – Starting lights and procedures for race use) and the FIA recommended Light Signals for Standing Starts. The system can store up to 5 manual or automatic start sequences and can also control the race-prestart procedure, all of which are completely customizable.

The EM-SLS utilises state-of-the-art LED technology for increased reliability and visibility. The LED Start Lights are modular items that can include a repeater which can be positioned behind the light for television purposes, or before the main Start Lights to allow marshals and spectators to have a full understanding of what is happening at any time. The LED lights have been developed to ensure maximum visibility at all ranges and feasible angles as well as in adverse weather conditions.

The EM-SLS also has the ability to control the circuit’s Pit Lane Exit Lights in either manual or automatic modes, and also take over the handling of the Pit Lane Entry Horn and Grid horns. The system can function with multiple Control Consoles allowing complete control and over-riding features to be administered from Race Control or other parts of the circuit.


Main features:

  • Automatic or manual sequence for Race Start
  • Automatic or manual control for Pit Exit Lights
  • Pre-Race start procedure
  • Multiple consoles
  • Extra Bright 300mm LED Lamps allowing high visibility in all weather conditions
  • Easy and intuitive command console with full graphical representation of start lights.
  • GPS time synchronization
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