VBOX Speed & Route Profiler is designed to save time and build consistency into vehicle tests by displaying simple and accurate instructions to a test driver without the need for training or written instructions.
Common applications include fuel economy testing, durability testing, tyre testing, and real world verification.
Consisting of a VBOX Micro 10Hz data logger and a modified OLED display, the Speed & Route Profiler enables drivers to follow a set route and/or a set speed profile which conform to set speed requirements for accurate vehicle testing.
The Speed & Route Profiler Display can also be used with other Racelogic data loggers such as the 20Hz VBOX IISX or the 100Hz VBOX 3i.
VBOX Speed & Route Profiles is ideal whenever a consistent and repeatable real world test is required with minimum training or when tests need to extend for many hours at a time.
Common applications include
Fuel economy testing
Real world verification
How does it work?
The Speed Profiler incorporates an OLED display with internal memory connected to a VBOX Micro 10Hz GPS data logger.
The display includes a buzzer and arrow indicators, to direct the driver. The system will alert the driver if they deviate from the specified route (but will not direct them back onto it). It will also warn if the driver deviates from the route’s speed profile.
To set up a route, the ‘master’ driver pushes a button on the display whenever they make a turn. In the Speed Profiler software, on a PC with internet, the master driver can then convert the input points (over a street map) into ‘right turn’, ‘2nd left at roundabout’ etc, and set the distance at which an arrow will appear on the display.
The resultant file is then uploaded onto the Speed Profiler display for the test driver(s). The display instructions help to ensure that no route errors are made whilst the VBOX Micro logs each run.
CAN connection for Racelogic modules only.
VCI CAN Bus
Allows the user to log incoming CAN data from other systems.
Note: Unit does not connect to other Racelogic CAN modules when VCI CAN input is active.
Bit rate: 125 kbit/s, 250kbit/s, 500kbit/s & 1Mbit/s selectable baud rate.
Identifier type: Standard 11bit and extended 29bit 2.0A.
Data available: Satellites in view, UTC time, Latitude, Longitude, Speed, Heading, Altitude, Vertical velocity, Longitudinal acceleration, Lateral acceleration, Distance since reset.
Not active when VCI input is enable.