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The PerformanceBox / Vbox from Racelogic is made to measure:
Performance in a Straight line including : 0-60, 0-100, 60-130, 60-0, 0-100-0, quarter mile (1.4 mile) and more.
It logs your speed, position, G-forces
Horsepower from both the flywheel and rear wheel.
Using the GPS function it can measure lap times VERY accurately at the race track.
The Vbox is extremely accurate. It updates 10 times a second and can be used to verify your factory OEM speedometer.
The Performance Box logs all it’s data and can be written to an SD card for further analysis later on your computer with the included software.. The PerformanceBox has a high performance 10Hz GPS engine, which measures Speed, Position, Acceleration and Heading ten times a second.
You can view all the data on the PerformanceBox’s built-in display. It automatically saves all the data in logs.
You will receive:
- PerformanceBox RLPB01
- built-in antenna
- 12V cigarette lighter power cable
- 2 gig SD memory card
- software CD with PDF user manual
PerformanceBox RLPB01 – $575.00
Racelogic VBOX Performance Box Performance Meter
|Not only is the new PerformanceBox the most sophisticated Performance meter on the market, but it is also one of the simplest to use, with many features normally found only on professional test equipment. You can quickly measure the acceleration, braking and cornering performance of your car without having to set anything up beforehand, and there is no need to perform any calibration. Because PerformanceBox is based on GPS, you get so much more for your money than just a simple performance meter.PerformanceBox uses a GPS system with an update rate of 10 samples per second, which is the fastest GPS engine in its class. From this you get a very accurate speed ( 0.1kmh), cornering g-force, acceleration g-force and a very accurate distance measurement ( 10cm in 400m).PerformanceBox is based on VBOX technology, which has been used all round the world by the majority of motor manufacturers for a number of years to measure speed, distance and acceleration.
|Using PerformanceBox as a performance meter could not be simpler, you connect it to your cigar lighter socket, wait a few seconds to get GPS lock, put it into ‘Performance Mode’ and drive!To swap between the 6 different performance meter screens, simply press the up and down arrows.Performance ranges and units are fully user adjustable, which means if you want to measure a specific acceleration or deceleration range, for example 35-65, then this is very easy to do.
||Performance meter features
- Speed kmh or mph
- Distance metres or feet
- 4 accel ranges – 2 adjustable
- 2 decel ranges – 2 adjustable
- 4 distance ranges (1/4 mile etc)
- 1 foot rollout option
- Peak g-force
- Top speed
- Average speed
- SD card logging
|Quarter Mile Testing Using PerformanceBox to measure your 1/4 mile is very easy, simply scroll the screen to the 1/4 mile screen, and then go! The elapsed time and trap speed are then both displayed in real time on the PerformanceBox screen. You can choose to make this measurement either with or without the NHRA 1 foot rollout method.The 1/4 mile times measured by PerformanceBox are accurate to within 0.1s. After an acceleration run, you can download your data from the SD card and overlay a previous run to see where you lost or gained time.
|Who uses PerformanceBox? PerformanceBoxes are now being used by to measure acceleration, braking, and lap times by many car and bike magazines, such as EVO, AutoExpress, Autocar, Redline, Max Power, Banzai, Japanese Performance, Performance BMW, Car & Driver, Performance Bikes, Ride, to name only a few.Using the supplied software and an SD flash card, you can download the speed/time/distance/acceleration data from PerformanceBox via USB and analyse it using the PerformanceTools analysis software:
Another very powerful feature is the ability to export your PerformanceBox position files to Google Earth, allowing you to plot your vehicle’s path onto a satellite image of the area.
A PerformanceBox file taken around Paul Ricard imported into Google Earth
A PerformanceBox file logged during a journey over a mountain pass in Switzerland