Scorbly Volleyball Product Guide

Here you have 24x7 access to the latest revision of instructions and demonstration videos from any connected device. Scorbly Volleyball is simple to operate and is preconfigured to operate directly out of the box. You will also find many advanced options which can be configured.

 

what's included

PRODUCT WARNINGS

THE DISPLAY IS VERY BRIGHT 👀     

  • Do not stare into it at a close distance.

LITHIUM ION TECHNOLOGY 🌡🌞

  • Do not expose the product to temperatures above 140 F / 60 C
    (i.e. auto dashboards or trunks)
  • Do not recharge in freezing temperatures (below 32 F / 0 C).

MOISTURE PROTECTION ☔

  • Do not expose the product to rain or snow.

Power Up

The power button is located on the lower front left corner of the scoreboard.

TURN ON :

  1. Press and hold the power button *
  2. Release when you hear the beep and/or see dashes. 

TURN OFF :

  1. Press and hold the power button *
  2. Release when you hear the beep and/or the display turns off 

(*) NOTE If you continue to hold the power button for five more seconds, Scorbly will enter Advanced Settings Mode. More on this later.

    Upon power up, Scorbly will then test the battery power and briefly display the battery power level (1 – 10). Power level 1 the lowest while levels 9-10 is fully charged.

    After displaying the battery power level, Scorbly will begin a new game. You can now use the remote control to change the score.

    Charge the Battery

    The scoreboard is rechargeable through a USB Type-C connector using a certified USB power source. A USB wall adapter and charge cable are included.

    To charge the scoreboard, turn off the scoreboard and connect the USB power source.

    The charger status lights are located on the display unit just above the power switch. The following table describes the status based on the various LED states.

    Setting the Score Format

    Scorbly Volleyball is initially set-up to play a 15 point Beach Volleyball score format. You will need to change the settings if you want another Volleyball score format. Scorbly will remember these settings and you will never need to update them unless you want to again change the score format.

    The score format settings and how to change them are explained in the Advanced Settings section below.

    Keeping Score with the Remote Control

    The remote control is ready to use out of the box. Just press a button to update the score. Scorbly includes a belt clip with retractable cord that can be attached to the remote control. This makes it easy for a player to quickly update the score while on the court.

    TEAM A should be the team that serves first at the beginning of the MATCH.


    The remote control has 4 buttons labeled A, B, C and D.

    A: press when team A wins the serve/rally *
    B: press when team B wins the serve/rally *
    C: rewind through the saved scores
    D: return forward though the scores

    (*) NOTE for games with "side-out" scoring (i.e. 15pt Beach Volleyball): Press A or B once after each serve/rally, even if no point is awarded. For example, if Team A misses a serve, press button "B". Scorbly will determine if a point is awarded or if there is a change in server possession. \

    Scorbly Volleyball works like other Scorbly Products. See the "Keeping Score" and "Replay / Correct Score" demonstration videos for Scorbly Tennis to see how it works.  

    Scorbly Tennis Demonstration Videos

      

    Which Team Serves Next?

    For side-out scoring (i.e. for Beach Volleyball) Scorbly will track who is serving and award points only if the serving team wins a rally, but you must ensure that Team A (the top display) is the first team to serve in the match.

    Also, at the beginning of the following sets, the team that did not serve first in the previous set, shall serve first

    For rally scoring, this is not important because points are awarded regardless of which team is serving.

    Mounting the Scoreboard

    On the center back of the scoreboard there is a ¼” mounting point that can attach to any standard camera mounting gear. A thumbscrew is included for hanging the scoreboard on a court fence. The single attach point allows you to hang between seams of wind screens found on many court fences. Screw the thumbscrew into the 1/4" mounting point and then hang the scoreboard by guiding the thumbscrew head through a link of the fence.

    There are also a vast array of other mounting options available on many online stores. Inexpensive tri-pods or fence post clamps provide excellent alternatives if fence mounting is not an option.

    Example Camera Mounting Options  

    Advanced Settings

    Scorbly Tennis is ready to use out-of-the-box with default settings, plus there are a number of other configurations you can choose as follows.

    Game Options "gA"

    Option Name Displayed Value
    Beach Volleyball 15 "15" pts side-out format
    Volleyball 21 "21" pts rally format
    Volleyball 25 "25" pts rally format

     

    Score Options "oP"

     

    FOR BEACH VOLLEYBALL 15:

    Name Displayed Value Score Format Definition
    Opt 1 "1-" 15 pt game, side-out, unlimited games
    Opt 2 "3-" 15 pt game, side-out, best of 3 game match, no tiebreaks
    Opt 3 "5-" 15 pt game, side-out, best of 5 game match, no tiebreaks

     

    FOR VOLLEYBALL (21 or 25):

    Name Displayed Value Score Format Definition
    Opt 1 "1-" rally format, unlimited games
    Opt 3a "3-" rally format, 3 gms/mtch, no tiebreaks
    Opt 3b "3b" rally format, 3 gms/mtch, 15 pt tiebreak at 1-1 
    Opt 5a "5-" rally format, 5 gms/mtch, no tiebreaks
    Opt 5b "5b" rally format, 5 gms/mtch, 15 pt tiebreak at 1-1 

     

    Bright Level "br"

    This setting sets the display brightness used during score updates (when a key is pressed and the updated score is flashing) . The default settings will support 3+ hrs of operation from a fully charged battery. Lower settings will prolong operation.

    Highest "55"  (default setting)
                  "44" 
                  "33"
                  "22"
    Lowest  "11" 

    Dim Level "di"

    This setting sets the display brightness used in between score updates (after the updated score stops flashing). The default settings will support 3+ hrs of operation from a fully charged battery. Lower settings will prolong operation.

    Highest "55"  
                  "44" (default setting)
                  "33"
                  "22"
    Lowest  "11" 

    Display Refresh "rF"

    This is a power saving feature that flashes the score every 3 seconds. The scoreboard will automatically turn this on when the battery charge is very low.

    Off "00"  (default setting)
    On "11"  

    Beeper "bP"

    Off "00"  
    On "11"  (default setting)

     

    How to Change Settings Demonstration Video