RACELOGIC offer the full spectrum of add-on and replacement products including batteries, triggers, splitters, light barrier kits, switches and cases.
Triggers & Switches
Brake Pedal Trigger
Precisely measures the brake pedal application during VBOX brake stop tests. The brake trigger event time capture is stored in internal memory and stamped into the VBO file to interpolate the speed between GPS samples which is the key component for a high accuracy brake stop distance calculation.
Pedal Force Event Marker Interface
This interface connects inline between the Brake Pedal Force Sensor (RLACS282) and a VBOX 3i. As soon as any pressure is applied to the brake pedal, the interface outputs a digital signal, which can be used to trigger the start of a test. It works similarly to a traditional brake pedal trigger, but also allows for the measurement of pedal force and does not need to be stuck to the pedal. Instead, it can be placed next to the VBOX that it is connected to, or securely inside a carry case.
Handheld Brake Trigger
Mainly used for event marking or to start tests where the placement of a light barrier is not viable.
The hand-held brake trigger is only active when the button is depressed.
Handheld Start/Stop Logging Switch
This rugged start/stop switch is used for starting and stopping the data logging. The switch is a latching push switch that, when in the open position, starts the data logging and when in the closed position stops the data logging.
Laser Light Barrier Kit
The Laser Light Barrier Kit allows for consistent logging of event marking and triggers. It comprises an optical sensor with power and trigger output connections, a Bohle suction mount with a metal mounting plate for the optical sensor and 1 m of reflective tape.
Adapters & Connectors
CAN Splitter Box
The RLVBACS024 allows more than one 5-Way Lemo connection to be made to one 5-Way Lemo socket on a VBOX. This is most commonly used to allow an RS232 and a CAN connection to be made into the same socket. The RLVBACS024/1 additionally has a Simplex RS232 socket for PC connection in vehicle separation tests.
Clip-on CAN Bus Interface
Tap into the CAN Bus without a physical connection. The Clip-on CAN Bus Interface provides a quick and convenient way of tapping onto a CAN Bus when recording vehicle signals.
Available with either Mini-Din or Lemo connectors, the RLACS182 is suitable for use with most Racelogic systems.
Cases & Other Accessories
PBN Roadside Case
This case is placed near the Sound Level Meters by the roadside. It can hold the Mini Input Module, 2.4 GHz telemetry radio (RLRTM24MBC) and Li-ion battery (RLACS112L).
To improve the radio range between the sound level meters and the test vehicle, it is recommended to raise the height of the antenna. Racelogic supply an antenna mounting plate (RLACS254) which can be attached to a camera tripod.
Dimensions (L x H x W): 270 x 120 x 240 mm
PBN Motorcycle Case
This case is used for Pass-by Noise Testing but can be installed on motorcycles/ scooters for other testing. It can hold the VBOX 3i, CAN splitters, 2.4 GHz telemetry radio (RLRTM24MBS), Base Station radio (2.4Ghz or Satel) and Li-ion battery (RLACS112L). It has mounting brackets as well as a GPS ground plane.
Dimensions: (L x H x W): 340 x 145 x 305 mm
RACELOGIC offers external Lithium-Ion Battery Packs as an additional power supply for our data logging units. A battery pack is especially useful if you cannot access the auxiliary power supply of your car or motorcycle, or if you want to avoid accidental data loss which can happen when the unit is power cycled before the data has been transmitted.
When using a battery pack with IMU integration, for example, the IMU calibration does not have to be re-run if the ignition is being temporarily turned off between tests. The battery packs come with different connectors and charging plugs (AU/EU/US/UK).
A VBOX survey trolley is required to map the curved lane edges of a test track to a high accuracy. The logged files can then be used as a reference lane in the VBOX 3i, either live or in post-processing using the Lane Departure post-processing software. The survey trolley comes with a line mapping rover wheel, a custom rucksack, a radio antenna and a battery pack.
This is a rechargeable battery powered thermal printer for use with the Multi-Function Display.
Printing functions include automatic printing of acceleration, deceleration, brake testing and lap timing results.
The printer is supplied complete with NiMH battery pack, mains charger and cable for connection to Racelogic MFD Display.