Based on the high end Video VBOX, and with prices of £925 + VAT for one camera, and £995 + VAT for a twin camera setup, it is a more affordable version of what existing Video
VBOX users are calling ‘the ultimate track video system’.
Video VBOX Lite is a one box solution comprising of a solid state video recorder, a VBOX GPS data-logger and a real time graphical overlay. This combination allows users to carry out detailed driver training and vehicle analysis without the expense and specialised knowledge involved in professional level data-loggers.
The VBOX data is seamlessly integrated with real time graphics, meaning that video game style dials and gauges can be shown on the multi-camera video, with the option to fully customise the graphics using the included software. Companies can insert their own logo into the video, creating a branded experience for customers at drive experience days and corporate events.
Housed in a rugged, plastic box, with a smaller footprint than the original Video VBOX, Video VBOX Lite has the same internal hardware and shares many of the same features as the top of the range product. The Video VBOX Lite is also compatible with the new Micro Input Module, which will provide 4 analogue inputs and an RPM channel.
Speaking about the new product from a driver’s perspective, Racelogic’s MD Julian Thomas said: “Say, for example, you want to analyse your cornering technique. Video VBOX Lite lets you see your braking point; whether you were braking at the maximum g-force; how close you were to the apex; your minimum apex speed and your final corner exit speed, all by simply watching a video!
“Video VBOX Lite is more than just an in car video system: it’s set to become an essential tool in driver development.”
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Racelogic design and manufacture electronic systems for the automotive, motorsport, marine, and GPS industries.
Since 1992 we’ve developed GPS data-loggers, Video overlay systems, GPS Simulators, CAN Interfaces and Traction Control from our UK base.