Racelogic introduces new GNSS datalogger


The VBox Touch from Racelogic is the first in a new generation of highly flexible, enhanced accuracy GNSS dataloggers using the very latest technology available.

The powerful hardware can be used in many types of automotive tests such as acceleration, braking, speed verification, tire temperature monitoring, lap-timing and durability, to name a few. The VBox Touch comes preloaded with a sophisticated Performance application, which covers many common use cases. Other applications can be downloaded free of charge from the company’s online library. Racelogic can also write custom scripts based on the requirements.

The VBox Touch has a daylight-readable color touchscreen, 10Hz GNSS engine, wi-fi, Bluetooth, twin CAN ports, serial port, digital input, and four multi-color LEDs.

Applications are written in Python script, offering greater flexibility, as well as the potential for users to write code to solve their specific testing requirements.

A high accuracy 2cm RTK GPS version is available, which uses the very latest dual-frequency GPS, GLONASS and Galileo signals to ensure accuracy, even under difficult conditions. These new signals significantly increase the RTK resilience near trees and tall buildings, providing very precise lap-timing, position triggers and trajectory maps in places where 2cm GPS has never been available before.

Want to know more about this device? Visit Racelogic at Automotive Testing Expo in Novi, MI, on October 22, 23, 24. Entry is free – Just get your delegate pass here: www.testing-expo.com/usa


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