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We are an authorized Racelogic dealer. Ask about special package deals on VBOX Pro, VBOX Lite, DriftBox and PerformanceBox. Other options available.
You are purchasing a new Racelogic Video VBOX Lite 2-Camera System,
which includes the following components:Video VBOX Lite 2-Camera System (part number RLVBVD10LT2N)
- Video VBOX Lite 10Hz unit - VBVD10LT
- Cigarette Lighter Plug - Locking 2.1mm Plug - RLCAB010M
- 4GB HD SD Card - RLACS137
- USB A - Mini B Lead 2m - RLCAB066-2
- External GPS Antenna - RLACS070
- Video VBOX Lite Mono Mircrophone x 2 - RLACS133
- Sony 580TVL Camera Kit - NTSC - RLACS134
- Sony 420TVL Camera Kit - NTSC - RLACS135
- Forward Facing Camera Mount - RLACS116
- 3.5mm Stereo Plug - 2 3.5mm MON SKT - RLCAB095
- Circuit Tools Software for Driver Analysis
Other options are available, such as a single camera, battery pack, OBD2 cable for a tach signal, and CAN-bus information overlay. Contact the seller for more information regarding options, including up to four cameras and a 20Hz GPS on the VBOX Pro system.State-of-the-Art in-car video & data - Designed for motorsport, trackdays, aviation and vehicle testing, Racelogic's Video VBOX Lite 2-Camera System combines a digital video recorder with 2 video cameras, a real-time graphic overlay, stereo audio and a 10Hz GPS data logger in a single, powerful package. Works equally well for closed road courses, hill climbs, and open road racing. The results are a video of your driving with a detailed GPS data overlay including speed, cornering G-forces, and lap times showing your best, last, and current laps. In addition, you get the amazing Circuit Tools software for lap-by-lap analysis of your speed, driving line, and time. Compare up to four laps simultaneously; your laps, or those of other drivers. Easily create track maps from Google, by driving the track, or select from the large and growing database of existing courses. You can even place your own start-finish and split-time locations anywhere on the course.
Essential for Driver and Vehicle Development - GPS enhanced video is fast becoming essential in analysing and improving the performance of both driver and vehicle. The Video VBOX is widely regarded as one of the best in-car video and data systems available, with high quality video and graphics, flexibility, accuracy, ease of use, and reliability. To see how easy it is to set up and use the Video VBOX, please take a look at this video.
Whatever your level of driving skill, the Video VBOX not only produces exciting in-car video footage, but also allows you carry out in-depth driver and vehicle analysis, using Racelogic's powerful yet simple to use Circuit Tools software. You want to make a change to your vehicle's setup? How does it effect performance? The Video VBOX with Circuit Tools software will give you the answers.
Video VBOX records the graphically enhanced video to an SD card which can then be played on all common media players (AVI) and uploaded to YouTube without conversion. GPS data is synchronized with the video at source for easy analysis.
The VBOX line of video and data recorders is simple to set up, easy to use, and the results are fantastic. Simply plug in the power, mount the cameras, connect the microphone and GPS antenna and record your driving sessions. Then, use the software to figure out where you can gain time. You will love this system!
For a limited time, we are offering a substantial discount on the VBOX Lite 2-Camera System. Please contact the seller with any questions, or, if you would like to consider a different configuration. Additional (larger) photos here. Specifications PDF.
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