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Performance Box Touch V2 – Speed Display Mode

In Speed Display Mode, you can view live speed data,. You have 3 screen options available; Speed, VMAX and Average Speed. You can access this mode by pressing the Mode button at the bottom of the screen and selecting Speed.

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The unit will display the previously used Speed Display Mode after each power cycle.


Speed Display Mode Overview

There are 3 different Speed Display screens and you can access them by using the Forward and Back arrows at the bottom right of the screen or by swiping left or right on the screen when the arrows are present.

Speed Display - Speed Screen

This is the default speed screen and it displays Live Speed data. If you have set a Target Speed in the Speed Settings, this will be displayed in grey underneath the Live Speed.




If the vehicle speed is slower than 0.5 km/h or if the unit has lost its satellite lock (less than 4 satellites), the value will display as 000.0.


Speed Display - VMAX Screen

This screen displays the Absolute Top Speed reached until the Reset button is pressed at the bottom of the screen.

If a Target Speed is selected within the Speed Settings, it will be displayed in grey underneath the VMAX.


Speed Display - Average Speed Screen

Formatted in two halves, the Average Speed screen displays both the Average Speed (since last boot-up or power cycle) and Distance Travelled (since last boot-up or power cycle) on the same screen any time that movement is detected. The average speed is displayed using either continuous or moving calculations.

You can reset the screen at any time by pressing the Reset button at the bottom of the screen.

If you have selected a Target Speed in the Speed Settings, it will be displayed in grey underneath the Average Speed.



Speed Display Settings

You can access the Speed Display settings screen by selecting the Settings button at the bottom left of the screen to configure the speed display options.

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Press the Exit button at the bottom left to return to the main screen.

Decimal Places

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You can adjust the number of decimal places displayed for speed values across all Speed displays. Choose between 0, 1 (default) and 2 decimal places. Tap the corresponding blue button to cycle through the options.

Speed Display Smoothing

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If required, you can choose to have the displayed live speed values smoothed. Available options include 0.0 s, 0.25 s (default), 0.5 s and 1.0 s and they refer to the amount of time that the displayed data is averaged by. Tap the corresponding blue button to change the smoothing levels.

This option will smooth live speed displays in all relevant screen modes.


  • Smoothing only applies to the screen displays, not to the recorded data.
  • Smoothing introduces a slight delay to the displayed value.

V Avg Mode

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You can change whether the average speed on the Average Speed Screen is calculated as Continuous or Moving.

  • Continuous: Average speed will start to calculate as soon as an SD card is inserted and initialised.
  • Moving: Average speed will start to calculate as soon as the unit detects a speed of more than 0.8 km/h. The calculations will stop when the speed is less than 0.8 km/h.

Distance Display 

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This setting lets you change the unit used for the distance travelled when you are using the Average/Distance screen. The Distance Display setting will toggle between Feet/Miles (if the Distance unit is set to feet in the General Settings) or will toggle between Metres/Kilometres (if the Distance unit is set to metres in the General Settings).

Set a Target Speed

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You can define a Target Speed that will be displayed underneath the Speed value on the Speed Screen, VMAX and Average Speed Screen.

You can choose whether to enable or disable an audible alert (continuous beep for 2 seconds) along with a visual alert (all 4 LEDs flashing green) to notify you when the target value is reached. Alerts will only show once unless the vehicle has been stationary since the previous alert.

Enabling one, or both, of the alerts will set the target speed and give you access to the sub-menu where you can define the target speed condition by pressing the corresponding blue button and using the presented keypad.

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Target Speed Keypad Example

To save your chosen value, press the Confirm button at the bottom right of the screen. Press the Cancel button at the bottom left of the screen to return to the Settings screen without saving. The unit will remember the value after each power cycle.

Note: You can enter speed with up to 1 decimal place.


Selecting the Reset button on the bottom right of the screen will reset all results shown on the current screen. When you press the Reset button, the LEDs will briefly flash green twice.

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