Hold image Have room for more birds? You might get lucky in Siegel's Pigeon Giveaway!
Search for products or helpful info:
View my Cart How to Shop Online
Home News Catalog Ask Ed Our Loft Timers Contact Us


To download Benzing Pidexx version 2.6.15 click here!

Check these links out to see a video on the operation of M1 clocks, G2 clocks and the Benzing LIVE!


M1 Video

G2 Video

LIVE Video


Take me to Printer Converter Printer list

Looking for a Parrallel port printer? Here is one that the GHC in Florida uses and never has any problems. Click on the picture or link to shop for it on or you can search on


See this chart to find your Benzing model and software update.





















Differnce between Pro and BR chips

Click on Picture to make larger!

Benzing Pro-Chip


Benzing BR-Chip





Notice to all Benzing ETS users.  Benzing has announced that effective January 30, 2013 they will no longer produce the BR electronic chip rings.  The only chip rings that they will produce will be the PRO chips and the ICOM chips (which can be inserted into blank AU or IF bands.)  Benzing equipment will continue to support the BR chips through the end of 2014, but effective January 1, 2015 Benzing clocks and club units will no longer support the BR chip ring, only the PRO and ICOM chips will continue to be supported by Benzing equipment. 

Effective immediately we are removing the BR chip rings from our site.  We will continue to inventory the BR chips through the end of 2012, but orders for BR chips will have to be placed by phone.  The PRO chips are currently .10 to .15 cents cheaper and will work on all Benzing clocks and club units that have had the latest software updates installed.  To check whether your clock or club unit is running a software that will accept the PRO rings, you can refer to the chart above. 

We receive a lot of questions regarding how often a fancier should update his Benzing clock.  In general it is suggested that a software update be performed every two years.  This also applies to the club units.  Benzing's older model club units (where the CAN and club point are separate pieces) will NOT be able to handle the newer type rings that Benzing has in the production pipeline for the future, so it is strongly suggested that if your club is still using an older model club unit you contact Siegel's at your earliest convenience to discuss trading your unit in for replacement.  This schedule will allow for continued seamless and problem-free enjoyment of your racing hobby.

There is a new printer available at Office Depot and other retail outlets that works well with our Benzing club units and clocks.  It is the Brother HL-5370 DW.

Take me to the Benzing M-1 page.

Take me to the Benzing Atis page.

Take me to the Benzing Express page.

Take me to the Benzing Accessories page.

Take me to instructions for downloading Benzing clocks into WinSpeed after a race...

Take me to a list of printers that are compatible with the Benzing Atis and Express systems...

Take me to Instructions for Acquiring and Using the Benzing Download Program...

Take me to Instructions for Atomic Timer Use on Benzing Electronic Systems...


To win a pigeon race, you know that every second counts. The Atis M-1 System, the Atis Top System and the Express System from Benzing, available to the American fancier exclusively from Chas. Siegel & Son, have set a new standard in pigeon racing for speed, accuracy and ease of use.


Split seconds? The bobs are not down, and this bird is already in the clock! 

Split seconds sometimes separate the winners from the losers. With a traditional clock, there is no way to time several birds within seconds of one another, but with a Benzing electronic timer, you can achieve flawless clocking of several birds "on the drop." No more wasted seconds in catching the pigeon, removing the countermark from the pigeonís leg, putting it into the clock, and turning the handle before moving on to the next pigeon thatís been waiting to be clocked.


Fanciers who use either the M-1, Atis or Express electronic timing system have several other important advantages over traditional clocks. You can clock several races simultaneously. Record your week-day training tosses, for smarter pooling the night of the basketing. Or when a pigeon race conflicts with a family outing or a fishing trip or a football game, the M-1, Atis or Express electronic timing system will clock all your birds for you.


Werner Gamon of Gantner Electronics and Siegel's Ed Minvielle set up basketing for the San Diego Classic.
We even know of some guys who have fallen asleep on race day while theyíre waiting on the birds to come in, and because they had a Benzing system, they didnít miss a pigeon. And the race information stored in the M-1, Atis or Express system is secure and cannot be manipulated. Read on to find out more about your choice of Benzing systems, the key differences between the M-1, the Atis and the Express, and the various features that can be tailored to your loft and your budget.

These systems used by the biggest and most prestigious
races in North America, including:
Texas Shoot-Out
Desert Classic
East Coast Challenge
Caribbean Classic
American Showdown
Flamingo Race
Queen City Memorial
Boundbrook Futurity
Paterson Air Derby
AU Convention Race
IF Convention Race
California State Convention Race
Texas Center Convention Race
Dixie-Southern Convention Race
Arizona Open Classic
Snow Bird Classic
Gulf Coast Classic
San Diego Classic
Triple Crown Classic
America's King Cup
New England Open
Snow Bird Futurity
Holiday Cup
President's Cup
T-Bird Stakes
City of Hope Race

If these top races can trust their timing to Benzing,
shouldn't you?

  To shop for Benzing timers & accessories, use the links below...


Take me to the Benzing M-1 page.

Take me to the Benzing Atis page.

Take me to the Benzing Express page.

Take me to the Benzing Accessories page.

Take me to the Benzing G2 page.