Fair Play Scoreboards

Fair Play Scoreboards

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Fair Play Scoreboards

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Fair Play is a company that manufactures scoreboards, video boards, and electronic displays. Fair Play is a subsidiary of Trans-Lux electronic displays.


Fair Play was born in 1934 after the company founder Elmer Foster saw his basketball team lose in the final seconds of the game. He created a basic scoreboard with a watch in the center to keep time and numbers that he held on a nail.

In 1997, the company merged with Trans-Lux Corporation of Norwalk, Connecticut.

Sports That Use Fair Play Products

Fair Play also manufactures multipurpose scoreboards (i.e., suitable for two or more sports, such as football and baseball), as well as portable scoreboards and timing devices.

Current Scoreboard Controllers

Fair Play introduced a new line of scoreboard controllers two years ago with a new technology. FP calls this "MP-70/50/30."

The MP-70 controller is used to control larger scoreboards. This controller also has a handswitch on the back, and the ability to use Foul Memory (in basketball, that has the controller keep track of player fouls) and other little features.

The MP-50 controls smaller scoreboards and is most typically used for baseball since there is no need for a hand switch.

Both controllers run by using keypad inserts. Instead of having one control do only one sport, keypad inserts let one control do all sports. The controllers also...
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