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Which VBOX II is right for you?

VBOX IISX - Single Antenna

Available with an update rate of 20, 10 or 5 times a second, the VBOX IISX features a built-in display, SD card logging, high speed brake trigger input, CAN interface and two sets of analogue and digital outputs. Due to its small size and simple installation, VBOX IISX is ideally suited for use in cars, bikes, off-road vehicles and boats. VBOX IISX range of GPS data loggers gives a high standalone positional accuracy of <1 m, utilising the free WAAS/EGNOS correction service.

Brake & Tyre Testing - Having a maximum update rate of 20 Hz is still plenty fast enough for brake testing. You don’t quite get the phenomenal ±1.8 cm resolution of the VBOX 3i, but for many purposes the ±10 cm achieved is more than adequate. The VBOX IISX has a high speed brake trigger input, which scans for a braking event 100,000 times a second.

Performance Testing - This unit is perfect for all variations of performance testing, the accuracy and quick response of the 20 Hz unit gives very repeatable and accurate results, when tested back to back with the VBOX 3i, they are within a few hundredths of a second every time.

Durability Testing - The lower sample rates of 5 Hz and 10 Hz make this unit suitable for long term testing where high speed logging is not required.

VBOX IISX - Dual Antenna

The VBOX IISX Dual Antenna has an update rate of 20 Hz and features a second GPS engine. By using two GPS engines configured in a 'fixed baseline RTK setup', extra parameters such as slip and pitch angle (or in an alternative configuration roll angle) can be measured. This makes it ideal for dynamic testing, steady-state cornering, and the measuring of trailer angles (two systems needed). It's standalone positional accuracy is <1 m, utilising the free WAAS/EGNOS correction service.

Handling and Dynamics - By utilising two GPS engines, the VBOX IISX Dual Antenna measures all the normal GPS parameters, such as speed, position and distance, plus the direction both antennas are pointing and the angle between them. All parameters are captured at 20 Hz.