Skip to main content
RACELOGIC Support Centre

Multi-Function Display App

VBOX Touch Speed Profiler App Image.png


The Multi-Function Display (MFD) app allows you to use the VBOX Touch as a display when connected to a VBOX 3i. It will show data from GPS derived channels that are outputted over CAN.

Up to six parameters can be displayed on a single screen, such as speed, lateral and longitudinal acceleration, radius of turn, distance travelled, heading and various brake test channels. It can also calculate and present performance test results, live from the test vehicle.

The app is available to download here, instructions on how to install can be found here.

You will need the cable 'RLCAB005-C' to connect VBOX Touch to a VBOX 3i.

 

Getting Started

Connection to VBOX 3i

VBOX Touch is connected to VBOX 3i using an RLCAB005-C cable from the the Bottom CAN socket on VBOX Touch to the CAN port on the VBOX 3i. if a CAN Hub is being used, VBOX Touch is connected using the supplied RLCAB005-C cable from the the Bottom CAN socket on VBOX Touch to the MFD port on the CAN Hub.

If you are intending to use VBOX Touch running the MFD app as part of a daisy chain with a Racelogic module connected to VBOX 3i, it must be connected at the end of the daisy chain.

Power 

The VBOX Touch with MFD app is powered via connection to the VBOX 3i. On boot up, the VBOX Touch will display a splash screen.
 

VBOX Touch Splash.png
Splash Screen


The first time that the unit is booted up, the 1 Parameter screen will be presented. Every time after this, the last used screen will be opened (if an SD card is inserted).

Displayed Parameters

General parameters are taken from the standard Racelogic CAN output from the VBOX 3i.

Decel test parameters are commonly used in brake testing, the majority of which require the use of the VBOX Brake Trigger Switch or VBOX Pedal Force Sensor and Event Marker Interface.
 

General Parameters

Decel Test Parameters

  • Speed (km/h or mph)
  • Satellite Count
  • Heading (degrees north)
  • UTC Time
  • Height (m or ft)
  • Vertical Velocity (km/h or mph)
  • Longitudinal Acceleration (g or m/s²)
  • Lateral Acceleration (g or m/s²)
  • Max lateral Acceleration (g or m/s²)
  • Average Speed (km/h or mph)
  • Distance Travelled (m or ft)
  • Longitude (degrees minutes decimal seconds)
  • Latitude (degrees minutes decimal seconds)
  • Solution Type
  • Trigger
  • Radius of Turn (m or ft)
  • Speed Quality (km/h or mph)
  • Deceleration Test Number
  • Deceleration Distance (m or ft)
  • Deceleration Time (s)
  • Deceleration Test Start Speed (km/h or mph)
  • Deceleration AMS Distance (m or ft)
  • Deceleration MFDD (g or m/s²)
  • Average Deceleration (km/h or mph)
  • Peak Deceleration (km/h or mph)
  • Trigger Test Number
  • Distance from Trigger (m or ft)
  • Time from Trigger (s)
  • Speed at Trigger (km/h or mph)
  • Corrected Trigger Distance (m or ft)
  • Trigger AMS Distance (m or ft)
  • Trigger MFDD (g or m/s²)
  • Trigger Average Deceleration (g or m/s²)
  • Trigger Peak Deceleration (g or m/s²)

SD Card

An SD card can be used to save and load settings, save tests results and update the firmware.

If an SD card is inserted within the unit, settings values will be remembered after each power cycle and the last used screen will be opened. If no SD card is inserted within the unit, no settings will be remembered after a power cycle.

Screen Layout

VBOX Touch MFD Screen Layout.png

LEDs

The 4 LEDs at the top of the unit provide visual feedback dependent on what process is being performed. Multiple alerts can occur. The colour of the LED will indicate the event: Blue is an alert at speed, Red is a parameter alert, Green is a configured test alert.

  • Within Add/Remove screen
    • If a New Screen is Added, the LEDs will flash Green whilst it is being added. If you cancel the addition, the LEDs will briefly flash red.
    • If a Screen is Removed, the LEDs will flash Green whilst it is being added. If you cancel the removal, the LEDs will briefly flash red.
  • Within Parameter screens
    • If Target Speed LED Alert has been set, the LEDs will flash blue when the value is reached.
    • If Parameter LED Alert has been set, the LEDs will flash or appear solid red when the alert condition is met.
    • If Alert at Start is enabled, the LEDs will flash green once the decel test start speed criteria is met.
    • If Alert at Trigger is enabled, the LEDs will flash green once the decel test trigger test has started.
    • If Alert at End is enabled, the LEDs will flash green once the decel test start speed criteria is met.
  • Within Parameter Settings menu:
    • If Parameter LED Alert is enabled, the LEDs will preview the settings in red.
  • Within General Settings menu:
    • If you Save the Settings to an inserted SD card, the LEDs will flash green. If a settings file with the same name already exists on the SD card and you cancel the overwriting, the LEDs will briefly flash red.
    • If you Load Settings from an inserted SD card, the LEDs will flash green.
    • If you Reset the Session Data, the LEDs will flash green. If you cancel the reset, the LEDs will briefly flash red.
    • If Target Speed LED Alert has been set, the LEDs will flash blue
  • Within Decel Test Settings menu:
    • If Alert at Start is enabled, the LEDs will flash green.
    • If Alert at Trigger is enabled, the LEDs will flash green.
    • If Alert at End is enabled, the LEDs will flash green.
    • If you try to enable Write Results File when no SD card is detected, the LEDs will flash red.

Logging Status

The Record Icon VBOX Touch Recording Button.png will show when the connected VBOX 3i unit is logging data to its inserted CF card. If a VBOX 3i is not detected, a 'NO CAN' message will be displayed in this area.

GNSS Status

The Satellite Icon displays whether the connected VBOX 3i unit has a valid satellite lock. When lock is acquired, it will display as solid green VBOX Touch Sats Lock.png. When there is no satellite lock, the icon will flash red VBOX Touch No Sats.png. If a VBOX 3i is not detected, a 'NO CAN' message will be displayed in this area.

Screen Name

This header shows the name of the current parameter screen. This can be changed by either pressing and holding or double tapping the existing screen name, more information on this is available below.

Parameters

This area will display defined parameters dependent on which screen you are currently on, information on how to configure these can be found here.

Settings Button

The Settings Button Settings.png will open a Settings area which contains VBOX Display and Decel Test Settings, along with the ability to save and load settings.

Forward/Back Buttons

The Forward Forward Arrow.png and Back Backwards arrow.png arrow buttons are used to navigate through the different parameter screens. These can be used alongside swiping the screen left or right.

Day/Night Mode Button

Tapping the Moon Icon VBOX Touch Nightmode.png on the bottom of any screen will enable Night Mode, the colour scheme will invert to suit night-time operation.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Numerical 6 Night.png
Night Mode example
 

Alternatively, when in Night Mode, tapping the Moon Icon VBOX Touch Nightmode.png again on the bottom of any screen will revert back to the Day Mode.


Note: Enabling Night Mode will reset any User Defined Text Colours.

Screenshot

Selecting the Screenshot Button Screenshot.png will save a full image of what is shown on screen to the inserted SD card. If the screenshot has been saved successfully, the LEDs will illuminate yellow in sequence from left to right to display the progress of writing to the SD card. When screen capture is complete, MFD Touch will emit an audible confirmation notification. If the screenshot has been saved unsuccessfully, for example no SD card is inserted or the card is full, the SD Card Icon at the top of the screen will flash 3 times and MFD Touch will emit an audible error notification.

A captured image is saved as a 1.5 MB bitmap image, orientated at 90° to the original screen image, with the prefix 'screenshot'.


IMPORTANT – NEVER remove the SD card when a screenshot is being taken, it could cause the unit to crash!

Data Display

Adding/Removing Screens

The MFD app can display up to 6 defined VBOX 3i parameters. 8 different screens are available, displaying a varying amount of parameters and gauges. A maximum of 10 screens can be added.

When the unit is booted up for the first time, the 6 Parameter screen will be presented by default. If you would like to add more screens, press the Forward Forward Arrow.png arrow on the bottom right of the screen or swipe the screen left to access the Add/Remove screen. The Add/Remove screen is always available after the last display screen.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Add Remove.png
 

To Add a new screen, select the Add button. This will open up the Add Page selection screen where you can choose which display you would like. Swipe the screen left or right, or use the Forward or Back arrows on the sides of the screen to navigate through the available screens: 1 NUMERICAL, 3 NUMERICAL, 4 NUMERICAL, 6 NUMERICAL, ANALOGUE GAUGE, G-BALL, TARGET or BAR GRAPH.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Add.png
 

To add the screen, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Add/Remove screen without saving. If confirmed, a progress screen will be displayed along with a countdown. If you would like to cancel the addition of the screen, press the screen before the countdown runs out.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Add Countdown.png
 

To remove a screen, press the Remove button from the Add/Remove screen, select the screen by Swiping the screen left or right, or by using the Forward or Back arrows on the sides of the screen and then press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen.

Display Screens

Once screens have been added, the display can be changed by selecting the Forward Forward Arrow.png or Back Backwards arrow.png arrows on the bottom right of the screen or by swiping the screen left or right. More information on the different screens can be found by clicking on the images below.

VBOX Touch MFD Numerical.png
1 Numerical Screen
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical 3.png
3 Numerical Screen
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical 4.png
4 Numerical Screen
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical 6.png
6 Numerical Screen
VBOX Touch MFD Analogue.png
Analogue Gauge Screen
VBOX Touch MFD G Ball.png
G-Ball Screen
VBOX Touch MFD Target.png
Target Screen
VBOX Touch MFD Bar Graph.png
Bar Graph Screen
 

Change Screen Name

The name of each parameter screen can be changed by either pressing and holding or double tapping the existing screen name at the top of the display. Using the keypad presented, enter the required screen name.

VBOX Touch MFD Screen Name Change.png
Existing Screen Name
MFD Touch Screen Name Change Keypad.png
Screen Name Keypad Example

To save the name inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the parameter screen without saving. If an SD card is inserted, the value will be remembered after each power cycle.

Configure a Parameter

Each parameter can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping the existing parameter area. This will open up the screen specific menus.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Parameter Change.png

Numerical Screens

Screens Overview

4 screens are available, displaying either 1, 3, 4 or 6 parameters. The first time that the unit is booted up, the 6 Parameter screen will be presented by default. Units used are dependent on what is selected within the Settings menu.

VBOX Touch MFD Numerical.png
1 parameter screen
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical 3.png
3 parameter screen
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical 4.png
4 parameter screen
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical 6.png
6 parameter screen

Default parameters:

  • Numerical screen: Speed.
  • 3 Numerical screen: Speed, Satellites and Heading.
  • 4 Numerical screen: Speed, Satellites, Heading and UTC Time.
  • 6 Numerical screen: Speed, Satellites, Heading, UTC Time, Height and Vertical Velocity.

Numerical Settings

Each parameter can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping the existing parameter area. This will open up the Numerical Settings menus.

VBOX Touch MFD Numerical Settings 1.png
Screen 1
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical Settings 2.png
Screen 2

There are 2 numerical settings screens available: Data and Alerts, accessed by selecting the Forward Forward Arrow.png or Back Backwards arrow.png arrows on the bottom right of the screen or by swiping the screen left or right. Settings can be changed by pressing on the corresponding button next to an option.

To return to the parameter screen, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.


Note: If an SD card is inserted, settings values will be remembered after each power cycle.

Data

Parameter

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Paramter Select.png
 

A parameter can be changed by pressing the Select button to open the Data Source menu where you can choose from Standard and Decel Test parameters. You can assign any data parameter that is available from the connected VBOX along with any MFD app calculated test results to the selected numerical element.
 

Note: The currently selected parameter is displayed in grey beneath the option.

VBOX Touch MFD Numerical Settings Data Source.png
Data Source Menu
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical Settings Paramter Select2.png
Standard Parameter Menu

Use the scroll bar on the right hand side of the selection screen to navigate through the options and press the desired parameter to confirm.

To return to the settings screen without saving, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.
 

A list of available parameters is available here.

Smoothing

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Smoothing.png
 

If required, live speed values displayed can be smoothed. The input value determines the the number of previous data samples used to smooth the displayed data only. It does not affect any of the performance results, or the logged data of the connected unit.

To enable smoothing, press the current value (off by default) and use the keypad presented to enter the number of previous data samples you would like to use within the display smoothing.
 

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Smoothing Value.png
Smoothing Value Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 99.
  • Smoothing can introduce a slight delay to the displayed value.
  • The setting will be greyed out and disabled if the numerical parameter being configured is UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude.
Decimal Places

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Decimal.png
 

Configure how many decimal places are used to represent the nominated data for the selected numerical element. 
 

Available options include 0, 1and 3. The default setting is 2, with exception of integer only channels including Satellites, Trigger Test Number, Decel Test Number and UTC Time which do not have any decimal points. Tap the buttons to change the decimal places used.

Text Colour

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Text Colour2.png
 

It is possible to define the text colour of the numerical element data. To change, press the current colour (black by default) and use the presented RGB sliders to define the required colour. The area to the left of the sliders provides a colour preview.

VBOX Touch MFD Numerical Settings Text Colour.png
Text Colour Configuration Example
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical Settings Text Colour3.png
Text Colour Change Example

To save the colour, press the  Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Notes:

  • A text colour change applies to the data text only, it does not apply to the parameter label.
  • If you enable Night Mode, this will reset any user defined text colours.

Alerts

Condition

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Conditions.png
 

This option allows you to define an alert condition. Press the Select button to cycle through the available conditions: Equal To, Not Equal To, Less Than, Less Than or Equal To, Greater Than (default), Greater Than or Equal To, Between or Not Between. You can then define the alert condition value(s) by pressing the value box and using the keypad presented.
 

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Alert Keypad.png
Alert Value Keypad Example

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Note: The setting will be greyed out and disabled if the numerical parameter being configured is UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude.

LED

MFD Touch Numerical Settings LED.png
 

Select to enable a solid or flashing visual alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. Press the button to cycle through the options, the device will preview the setting with the 4 red LEDs across the top of the unit.

Note: The setting will be greyed out and disabled if the numerical parameter being configured is UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude.

Buzzer

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Buzzer.png
 

Select to enable a sound alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. The unit will beep when enabled.

Note: The setting will be greyed out and disabled if the numerical parameter being configured is UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude.

Screen

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Screen.png
 

It is possible to enable a screen alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. Once the value is achieved, the background of the parameter will change colour.

Note: The setting will be greyed out and disabled if the numerical parameter being configured is UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude.
 

To change the background alert colour, press the current colour (yellow by default) and use the presented RGB sliders to define the required colour. The area to the left of the sliders provides a colour preview.

VBOX Touch MFD Numerical Settings True Colour3.png
Screen Alert Colour Configuration Example
VBOX Touch MFD Numerical Settings True Colour2.png
Screen Alert Example

To save the colour, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Note: If you enable Night Mode, this will reset a user defined alert colour.

 

Analogue Gauge Screen

The Analogue Gauge screen contains an analogue needle gauge with 3 supporting numerical elements. Units used are dependent on what is selected within the Settings menu.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Analogue.png

 

Analogue Gauge Element

The analogue needle gauge element is located on the left hand side of the screen, it provides a visual representation of a selected parameter (speed by default).
 

VBOX Touch MFD Analogue Element.png
 

The gauge can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping on it. This will open up the Analogue Gauge Settings menus.

VBOX Touch MFD Analogue Settings 1.png
Screen 1
VBOX Touch MFD Analogue Settings 2.png
Screen 2

There are 2 Analogue Gauge settings screens available: Data / Range and Alerts, accessed by selecting the Forward Forward Arrow.png or Back Backwards arrow.png arrows on the bottom right of the screen or by swiping the screen left or right. Settings can be changed by pressing on the corresponding button next to an option.

To return to the parameter screen, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.


Note: If an SD card is inserted, settings values will be remembered after each power cycle.

 

Data

Parameter

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Paramter Select.png
 

The gauge parameter is set as Speed by default, but can be changed by pressing the Select button to open the parameter list. You can assign any data parameter that is available from the connected VBOX to the Analogue Gauge (apart from UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude).

Note: The currently selected parameter is displayed in grey beneath the option.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Gauge Parameter.png
 

Use the scroll bar on the right hand side of the selection screen to navigate through the options and press the desired parameter to confirm.

To return to the settings screen without saving, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.
 

A list of available parameters is available here.

Smoothing

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Smoothing.png
 

If required, the Analogue Gauge data can be smoothed. The input value determines the the number of previous data samples used to smooth the displayed data only. It does not affect any of the performance results, or the logged data of the connected unit.

To enable smoothing, press the current value (off by default) and use the keypad presented to enter the number of previous data samples you would like to use within the display smoothing.
 

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Smoothing Value.png
Smoothing Value Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 99.
  • Smoothing can introduce a slight delay to the displayed value.
 

Range

Minimum/Maximum

MFD Touch Analogue Range.png
 

Define the minimum and maximum range values for the Analogue Gauge element's axes. Press the value boxes and use the keypads presented to define the required values, set as 0 and 100 by default.
 

MFD Touch Analogue Range Maximum.png
Maximum Range Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 99999.
  • The minimum input value is -99999 (when signed parameter is selected, otherwise 0).
  • One decimal place resolution available.
Axis Spacing

MFD Touch Analogue Axis Spacing.png
 

The Axis Spacing value tells you how much spacing there is between each gauge increment marker, the value changes dependent on the Minimum/Maximum Range Value.

Alerts

Condition

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Conditions.png
 

This option allows you to define an alert condition. Press the Select button to cycle through the available conditions: Equal To, Not Equal To, Less Than, Less Than or Equal To, Greater Than (default), Greater Than or Equal To, Between or Not Between. You can then define the alert condition value(s) by pressing the value box and using the keypad presented.
 

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Alert Keypad.png
Alert Value Keypad Example

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

LED

MFD Touch Numerical Settings LED.png
 

Select to enable a solid or flashing visual alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. Press the button to cycle through the options, the device will preview the setting with the 4 red LEDs across the top of the unit.

Buzzer

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Buzzer.png
 

Select to enable a sound alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. The unit will beep when enabled.

Screen

MFD Touch Analogue Screen.png
 

It is possible to enable a screen target zone in relation to the Defined Alert Condition. If the value has yet to be achieved, the 'False Colour' will appear within the target zone, once the value is achieved, the 'True Colour' will appear within the target zone.

To change the True and False target zone alert colours, press the current colours (yellow and red by default) and use the presented RGB sliders to define the required colours. The area to the left of the sliders provides a colour preview.

VBOX Touch MFD Analogue True Colour.png
True Colour Configuration Example
VBOX Touch MFD Analogue Screen Alert.png
Screen Alert Example

To save a colour, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Numerical Elements

The 3 numerical elements are located on the right hand side of the screen and include Speed, Satellites and Heading parameters by default.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Analogue Numerical Elements.png
 

Each parameter can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping the existing parameter area. This will open up the Numerical Settings menus where you can define the parameter.

G-Ball Screen

The G-Ball screen contains a G-Ball gauge with 3 supporting numerical elements. Units used are dependent on what is selected within the Settings menu.
 

VBOX Touch MFD G Ball.png

 

G-Ball Element

The G-Ball element is located on the left hand side of the screen, it provides a visual representation of the longitudinal and lateral acceleration parameters.
 

VBOX Touch MFD G Ball Element.png
 

The gauge can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping on it. This will open up the G-Ball Settings menus.

VBOX Touch MFD G Ball Settings 1.png
Screen 1
VBOX Touch MFD G Ball Settings 2.png
Screen 2

There are 2 G-Ball settings screens available: Data / Range and Alerts, accessed by selecting the Forward Forward Arrow.png or Back Backwards arrow.png arrows on the bottom right of the screen or by swiping the screen left or right. Settings can be changed by pressing on the corresponding button next to an option.

To return to the parameter screen, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.


Note: If an SD card is inserted, settings values will be remembered after each power cycle.

 

Data

X/Y Axis

MFD Touch G Ball Axis.png
 

This area displays which acceleration parameters are associated with which G-Ball gauge axis (X-axis: lateral acceleration, Y-axis: longitudinal acceleration).

Smoothing

MFD Touch G Ball Smoothing.png
 

If required, the G-Ball gauge data can be smoothed. The input value determines the the number of previous data samples used to smooth the displayed gauge data only. It does not affect any of the performance results, or the logged data of the connected unit.

The smoothing level is set at 10 samples by default, to change this value or to turn off smoothing, press the current value and use the keypad presented to enter the number of previous data samples you would like to use within the display smoothing.
 

MFD Touch G Ball Smoothing Value.png
Smoothing Value Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 99.
  • Smoothing can introduce a slight delay to the displayed value.

Range

X-Y Axes (+/-)

MFD Touch G Ball XY Axes.png


This option allows you to define an absolute range for the G-Ball element's axes. Press the value box and use the keypad presented to define the required value.
 

MFD Touch G Ball XY Axes Input.png
X-Y Axis Range Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 999.
  • The minimum input value is 0.1.
  • One decimal place resolution available to values under 100.
Axis Spacing

MFD Touch G Ball Axis Spacing.png

The Axis Spacing value tells you how much spacing there is between each gauge increment marker, the value changes dependent on the X-Y Axes Range Value.

G-Ball Colour

MFD Touch G Ball Colour.png
 

It is possible to define the colour of the G-Ball within the gauge. To change, press the current colour (red by default) and use the presented RGB sliders to define the required colour. The area to the left of the sliders provides a colour preview.

VBOX Touch MFD G Ball Colour1.png
G-Ball Colour Configuration Example
VBOX Touch MFD G Ball Colour2.png
G-Ball Colour Change Example

To save the colour, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Alerts

Alert Channel

MFD Touch G Ball Alert Channel.png
 

This option allows you to define an alert channel. Press the Select button to cycle between either lateral or longitudinal acceleration.

Condition

MFD Touch G Ball Alert Condition.png
 

This option allows you to define an alert condition. Press the Select button to cycle through the available conditions: Equal To, Not Equal To, Less Than, Less Than or Equal To, Greater Than (default), Greater Than or Equal To, Between or Not Between.

You can then define the alert condition value(s) by pressing the value box and using the keypad presented.
 

MFD Touch G Ball Alert Keypad.png
Alert Value Keypad Example

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

LED

MFD Touch Numerical Settings LED.png
 

Select to enable a solid or flashing visual alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. Press the button to cycle through the options, the device will preview the setting with the 4 red LEDs across the top of the unit.

Buzzer

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Buzzer.png
 

Select to enable a sound alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. The unit will beep when enabled.

Screen

MFD Touch G Ball True Colour.png
 

It is possible to enable a screen alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. Once the value is achieved, the background of the parameter will change colour.
 

To change the background alert colour, press the current colour (yellow by default) and use the presented RGB sliders to define the required colour. The area to the left of the sliders provides a colour preview.

VBOX Touch MFD Numerical Settings True Colour3.png
Screen Alert Colour Configuration Example
VBOX Touch MFD G Ball True Colour1.png
Screen Alert Example

To save the colour, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Numerical Elements

The 3 numerical elements are located on the right hand side of the screen and include Longitudinal Acceleration, Lateral Acceleration and Speed parameters by default. 
 

VBOX Touch MFD G Ball Numerical Elements.png
 

Each parameter can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping the existing parameter area. This will open up the Numerical Settings menus.

Target Screen

The Target screen contains a target gauge with 3 supporting numerical elements. Units used are dependent on what is selected within the Settings menu.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Target.png

Target Element

The Target Graph gauge element is located on the bottom of the screen, it provides a visual representation of a selected parameter (speed by default).
 

VBOX Touch MFD Target Element.png
 

The gauge can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping on it. This will open up the Target Graph Settings menus.

VBOX Touch MFD Target Graph Settings 1.png
Screen 1
VBOX Touch MFD Target Graph Settings 2.png
Screen 2

There are 2 Target Graph settings screens available: Data / Range and ColoursAlert, accessed by selecting the Forward Forward Arrow.png or Back Backwards arrow.png arrows on the bottom right of the screen or by swiping the screen left or right. Settings can be changed by pressing on the corresponding button next to an option.

To return to the parameter screen, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.


Note: If an SD card is inserted, settings values will be remembered after each power cycle.

Data

Parameter

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Paramter Select.png
 

The gauge parameter is set as Speed by default, but can be changed by pressing the Select button to open the parameter list. You can assign any data parameter that is available from the connected VBOX to the Target Gauge (apart from UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude).

Note: The currently selected parameter is displayed in grey beneath the option.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Gauge Parameter.png
 

Use the scroll bar on the right hand side of the selection screen to navigate through the options and press the desired parameter to confirm.

To return to the settings screen without saving, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.
 

A list of available parameters is available here.

Smoothing

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Smoothing.png
 

If required, the Target data can be smoothed. The input value determines the the number of previous data samples used to smooth the displayed data only. It does not affect any of the performance results, or the logged data of the connected unit.

To enable smoothing, press the current value (off by default) and use the keypad presented to enter the number of previous data samples you would like to use within the display smoothing.
 

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Smoothing Value.png
Smoothing Value Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 99.
  • Smoothing can introduce a slight delay to the displayed value.
 

Range

Target Value

MFD Touch Target Graph Target Value.png
 

Define the target value which will be located at the centre of the gauge. Press the value box and use the keypad presented to define the required value, set as 240 by default.
 

MFD Touch Target Graph Target Value Keypad.png
Target Value Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 99999.
  • The minimum input value is -99999 (when signed parameter is selected, otherwise 0).
  • One decimal place resolution available to values under 10000.
Tolerance (+/-)

MFD Touch Target Graph Tolerance.png
 

Define the tolerance (target zone) displayed either side of the target value, the colour used for this zone (red by default) can be defined by pressing on the Target Zone option within the Colours Settings Area.
 

Press the value box and use the keypad presented to define the required value, set as 2 by default. Using the default +/- tolerance value of 2 as an example, for a target value of 100, the target zone would be from 98 – 102.
 

MFD Touch Target Graph Tolerance Keypad.png
Target Tolerance Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 9999.
  • The minimum input value is 0.1.
  • One decimal place resolution available to values under 1000.
Target Range  

MFD Touch Target Graph Target Range.png
 

Define the range of the background bar, the colour used for the bar (green by default) can be defined by pressing on the Bar option within the Colours Settings Area.


Press the value box and use the keypad presented to define the required value, set as 10 by default. Using the default range value of 10 as an example, for a target value of 100, the bar range would be from 95 – 105.
 

MFD Touch Target Graph Target Range Keypad.png
Target Range Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 9999.
  • The minimum input value is double the Target Value Tolerance setting.
  • One decimal place resolution available to values under 1000.
Axis Spacing

MFD Touch Target Graph Axis Spacing.png
 

The Axis Spacing value tells you how much spacing there is between each gauge increment marker, the value changes dependent on the Target Range Value.

Colours

Bar: Set the colour of the background bar.

MFD Touch Target Graph Bar Colour1.png

Target Zone: Set the colour of the Target Zone, which is configured using the Tolerance Value.

MFD Touch Target Graph Target Colour.png

Data Indicator: Set the colour of the Data Indicator which is the current value.

MFD Touch Target Graph Indicator.png

Screen Alert: Set the colour of the Screen Alert, more information on this is available below.

MFD Touch Target Graph Colours.png

To change any of the colours used, press the current colours and use the presented RGB sliders to define the required colours. The area to the left of the sliders provides a colour preview.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Target Graph Bar Colour.png
Backround Bar Colour Configuration Example
 

To save a colour, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Note: If you enable Night Mode, this will reset any user defined colours.

Alert

Tolerance

MFD Touch Target Graph Tolerance2.png
 

This option allows you to define whether the alert is for a value Out of (default) or Within the Defined Target Value Tolerance. Press the button to change the option.

LED

MFD Touch Numerical Settings LED.png
 

Select to enable a solid or flashing visual alert when the Defined Target Value Tolerance is met. Press the button to cycle through the options, the device will preview the setting with the 4 red LEDs across the top of the unit.

Buzzer

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Buzzer.png
 

Select to enable a sound alert when the Defined Target Value Tolerance is met. The unit will beep when enabled.

Screen

MFD Touch Target Graph Screen Alert1.png
 

It is possible to enable a screen alert when the Defined Target Value Tolerance is met. Once the value is achieved, the background of the parameter will change colour.

Note: The setting will be greyed out and disabled if the numerical parameter being configured is UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude.

The background alert colour can be changed by pressing the current Screen Alert colour (yellow by default) within the Colours area and using the presented RGB sliders to define the required colour. The area to the left of the sliders provides a colour preview.

VBOX Touch MFD Target Graph Alert Colour.png
Screen Alert Colour Configuration Example
VBOX Touch MFD Target Graph Screen Alert.png
Screen Alert Example

To save a colour, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Note: If you enable Night Mode, this will reset any user defined alert colours.

Numerical Elements

The 3 numerical elements are located on the top of the screen and include Speed, Satellites and Heading parameters by default.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Target Numerical Element.png
 

Each parameter can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping the existing parameter area. This will open up the Numerical Settings menus.

Bar Graph Screen

The Bar Graph screen contains a bar graph gauge with 3 supporting numerical elements. Units used are dependent on what is selected within the Settings menu.
 

>VBOX Touch MFD Bar Graph.png

Bar Graph Element

The Bar Graph gauge element is located on the bottom of the screen, it provides a visual representation of a selected parameter (speed by default).
 

VBOX Touch MFD Bar Graph Element.png
 

The gauge can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping on it. This will open up the Bar Graph Settings menus.

VBOX Touch MFD Bar Graph Settings 1.png
Screen 1
VBOX Touch MFD Bar Graph Settings 2.png
Screen 2

There are 2 Bar Graph settings screens available: Data / Range and Alerts, accessed by selecting the Forward Forward Arrow.png or Back Backwards arrow.png arrows on the bottom right of the screen or by swiping the screen left or right. Settings can be changed by pressing on the corresponding button next to an option.

To return to the parameter screen, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.


Note: If an SD card is inserted, settings values will be remembered after each power cycle.

Data

Parameter

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Paramter Select.png
 

The gauge parameter is set as Speed by default, but can be changed by pressing the Select button to open the parameter list. You can assign any data parameter that is available from the connected VBOX to the Bar Graph Gauge (apart from UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude).

Note: The currently selected parameter is displayed in grey beneath the option.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Gauge Parameter.png
 

Use the scroll bar on the right hand side of the selection screen to navigate through the options and press the desired parameter to confirm.

To return to the settings screen without saving, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.
 

A list of available parameters is available here.

Smoothing

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Smoothing.png
 

If required, the Bar Graph data can be smoothed. The input value determines the the number of previous data samples used to smooth the displayed data only. It does not affect any of the performance results, or the logged data of the connected unit.

To enable smoothing, press the current value (off by default) and use the keypad presented to enter the number of previous data samples you would like to use within the display smoothing.
 

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Smoothing Value.png
Smoothing Value Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 99.
  • Smoothing can introduce a slight delay to the displayed value.
Bar Colour

MFD Touch Bar Graph Bar Colour.png
 

To change the colour of the bar within the Bar Graph, press the current colour (green by default) and use the presented RGB sliders to define the required colour. The area to the left of the sliders provides a colour preview.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Bar Graph Bar Colour1.png
 

To save a colour, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
​​​​
Note: If you enable Night Mode, this will reset a user defined bar colour.

 

Range

Minimum/Maximum

MFD Touch Analogue Range.png
 

Define the minimum and maximum range values for the Bar Graph element's axes. Press the value boxes and use the keypads presented to define the required values, set as 0 and 100 by default.
 

MFD Touch Analogue Range Maximum.png
Maximum Range Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.
 

Notes:

  • The maximum input value is 99999.
  • The minimum input value is -99999 (when signed parameter is selected, otherwise 0).
  • One decimal place resolution available.
Axis Spacing

MFD Touch Analogue Axis Spacing.png
 

The Axis Spacing value tells you how much spacing there is between each gauge increment marker, the value changes dependent on the Minimum/Maximum Range Value.

Alerts

Condition

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Conditions.png
 

This option allows you to define an alert condition. Press the Select button to cycle through the available conditions: Equal To, Not Equal To, Less Than, Less Than or Equal To, Greater Than (default), Greater Than or Equal To, Between or Not Between. You can then define the alert condition value(s) by pressing the value box and using the keypad presented.
 

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Alert Keypad.png
Alert Value Keypad Example

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Note: The setting will be greyed out and disabled if the numerical parameter being configured is UTC Time, Longitude or Latitude.

LED

MFD Touch Numerical Settings LED.png
 

Select to enable a solid or flashing visual alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. Press the button to cycle through the options, the device will preview the setting with the 4 red LEDs across the top of the unit.

Buzzer

MFD Touch Numerical Settings Buzzer.png
 

Select to enable a sound alert when the Defined Alert Condition is met. The unit will beep when enabled.

Screen

MFD Touch Analogue Screen.png
 

It is possible to enable a screen target zone in relation to the Defined Alert Condition. If the value has yet to be achieved, the 'False Colour' will appear within the target zone, once the value is achieved, the 'True Colour' will appear within the target zone.

To change the True and False target zone alert colours, press the current colours (yellow and red by default) and use the presented RGB sliders to define the required colours. The area to the left of the sliders provides a colour preview.

VBOX Touch MFD Analogue True Colour.png
True Colour Configuration Example
VBOX Touch MFD Bar Graph Screen Alert.png
Screen Alert Example

To save a colour, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Note: If you enable Night Mode, this will reset any user defined alert colours.

Numerical Elements

The 3 numerical elements are located on the top of the screen and include Speed, Satellites and Heading parameters by default.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Bar Graph Numerical.png
 

Each parameter can be configured by either pressing and holding or double tapping the existing parameter area. This will open up the Numerical Settings menus.

General Settings

The MFD app General Settings menus are available by selecting the Settings Button Settings.png on the bottom left of the screen.

There are 2 Settings menus available: VBOX Display Settings and Decel Test Settings, along with options to Save and Load the settings. They can be accessed by pressing the desired option.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Settings.png
 

To return to the parameter screen, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.


Note: If an SD card is inserted, settings values will be remembered after each power cycle.

VBOX Display Settings

There are 3 Display Settings screens available, accessed by selecting the Forward Forward Arrow.png or Back Backwards arrow.png arrows on the bottom right of the screen or by swiping the screen left or right. Settings can be changed by pressing on the corresponding button next to an option.

To return to the main settings screen, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.

General Settings

These two menu screens contain units, brightness, average speed calculation, reset and alert options.

VBOX Touch MFD Settings General 1.png
Screen 1

VBOX Touch MFD Settings General 2.png
Screen 2

 
Units of Measurement
Speed

Allows you to change the speed units between km/h (default) and mph. Changing the speed units will affect all visual speed parameters on all screens, unit labels will change and all speed values and results will be automatically recalculated accordingly. Tap the button to change the units.

Distance

Allows you to change the distance units between metres (default) and feet. Changing the distance units will affect all visual distance parameters on all screens, unit labels will change and all distance values and results will be automatically recalculated accordingly. Tap the button to change the units.

Acceleration

Allows you to change the acceleration units between g (default) and m/s². Changing the acceleration units will affect all acceleration references on all screens, unit labels will change and all acceleration values and results will be automatically recalculated accordingly. Tap the button to change the units.

Screen Settings
Screen Brightness

You can manually adjust the screen brightness between 5 levels, with 1 being the dimmest and 5 being the brightest setting. An 'Auto' (default) setting is also available which uses the internal ambient light sensor to automatically adjust the screen brightness. In dark conditions, the screen brightness will dim, and in light conditions the screen will brighten. Tap the button to cycle through the available options.

LED Brightness

You can manually adjust the LED brightness between 5 levels, with 1 being the dimmest and 5 being the brightest setting (this is extremely bright!) or turn off the LEDs. Tap the button to cycle through the available options, the LEDs will preview the brightness level. Level 3 by default.

 
Data
Average Speed Calculation

It is possible to change whether the selectable average speed parameter is calculated as Moving or Continuous.
 

MFD Touch Settings General Av Speed.png
 

  • Moving (default): Average speed will start to calculate as soon as a speed over 0.5 km/h is detected. Calculations will stop when speed is less than 0.8 km/h.
  • Continuous: Average speed is calculated continuously from start of test.
Reset Session Data

MFD Touch Settings General Reset.png
 

This will reset the results for calculated average speed, maximum lateral acceleration and calculated distance travelled. When pressed, the LEDs will flash green and the unit will emit an audible confirmation notification. A cancel timeout screen will display, allowing you to cancel the reset within 5 seconds by pressing the screen. If cancelled, the LEDs will briefly flash red and the unit will emit an audible tone, notifying you that the reset has been cancelled.

Alerts

MFD Touch Settings Alerts.png
 

A Target Speed can be defined which will trigger a sound and/or LED alert when the speed is met. You can choose whether to enable or disable an audible alert (continuous beep for 2 seconds) along with a visual alert (all 4 LEDs will flash green) when the value is reached. Alerts will only show once, unless the vehicle has been stationary since the last alert.

Enabling one, or both of the alerts will set the target speed and also allow you to access the sub menu where you can define the target speed condition by pressing the value box and then use the keypad presented.
 

MFD Touch Settings Target Keypad.png
Target Speed Keypad Example


To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Note: Speed can be entered up to 1 decimal place.

VBOX Information

The VBOX Information menu is the final screen within the Settings menu. It displays the device serial number, firmware version number and hardware version number. This information is useful in the event of troubleshooting a potential issue with the VBOX Touch device.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Settings VBOX Information.png

Decel Test Settings

There are 2 Decel Test Settings screens available, accessed by selecting the Forward Forward Arrow.png or Back Backwards arrow.png arrows on the bottom right of the screen or by swiping the screen left or right. Settings can be changed by pressing on the corresponding button next to an option.

To return to the main settings screen, select the Exit Button Exit Screen.png on the bottom left.
 

These two menu screens enable you to configure a deceleration test and contain start/end, alerts ad MFDD options.
 

Parameters for the test can be viewed on the display via the Decel Test parameters.

VBOX Touch MFD Decel Settings 1.png
Screen 1
VBOX Touch MFD Decel Settings 2.png
Screen 2

The first settings screen is for conducting deceleration tests using start and end speed values, the second screen is for when using a brake trigger.

Start/End Speed

Define the start and end speed conditions of the deceleration test by pressing the corresponding buttons and use the keypad presented.
 

MFD Touch Decel Settings Start Keypad.png
Start Speed Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Note: The maximum input value for speed is 999.9 and can be entered up to 1 decimal place.

Minimum Trigger Speed

Define the minimum trigger speed at which trigger activation becomes valid. If the trigger is detected below this speed, the test will not start. To change, press the current value and use the keypad presented.
 

MFD Touch Decel Settings Trigger Keypad.png
Minimum Trigger Speed Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the  Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Note: The maximum input value for speed is 999.9 and can be entered up to 1 decimal place.

Alert at Start

MFD Touch Decel Settings Alert at Start.png
 

Select to enable audible and visual alert signals when the decel test start speed criteria is met. The unit will briefly beep and the 4 LEDs across the top of the device will flash green.

Alert at Trigger

MFD Touch Decel Settings Alert at Trigger.png
 

Select to enable audible and visual alert signals when the decel test trigger test has started. The unit will briefly beep and the 4 LEDs across the top of the device will flash green.

Alert at End

MFD Touch Decel Settings Alert at End.png

Select to enable audible and visual alert signals when the decel test end speed criteria is met. The unit will beep and the 4 LEDs across the top of the device will flash green

Write Results File

 

MFD Touch Decel Settings Write.png


Select to enable the decel test results to be written to an inserted SD card.

If no SD card is detected, the option will be greyed out. If still pressed, the unit will beep, the 4 LEDs across the top of the device will flash red, the unit will emit an audible tone and a 'NO SD CARD' message will be shown.

 

Write Results File

 

MFD Touch Decel Settings Write.png


Select to enable the decel test results to be written to an inserted SD card.

If no SD card is detected, the option will be greyed out. If still pressed, the unit will beep, the 4 LEDs across the top of the device will flash red, the unit will emit an audible tone and a 'NO SD CARD' message will be shown.

MFDD Settings

This area allows you to set up the start and end period of the MFDD (Mean Fully Developed Deceleration) analysis period.

MFD Touch Decel Settings MFDD1.png
Speed MFDD Settings
MFD Touch Decel Settings MFDD2.png
Trigger MFDD Settings

This deceleration figure is used to show the maximum deceleration figure a vehicle can achieve. It is usually the deceleration between 80% and 10% of the trigger activation speed, the time at which the vehicle is loaded up and braking at its highest achievable level.

The MFDD is calculated by the following formula (using default 80% – 10% value):
 

MFDD = ((v_08)² – (v_01)²) / (25.92 * (s_01 – s_08))
 

Where:

  • v_08 is the speed at 80% of the brake trigger activation speed.
  • v_01 is the speed at 10% of the brake trigger activation speed.
  • s_01 is the distance at which the speed is v_01.
  • s_08 is the distance at which the speed is v_08.
     

MFDD can be also calculated using Speed by tapping the 'Percentage' label until it reads 'Speed' and entering the required values.
 

MFD Touch Decel Settings MFDD Speed.png
 

To change any values, press the current value and use the keypad presented.
 

MFD Touch Decel Settings Trigger Keypad.png
MFDD From Speed Keypad Example
 

To save the value inputted, press the  Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.

Minimum/ Maximum Values
From
  • Speed
    • The maximum 'From' speed selectable is the value inputted as the Start Speed, or Minimum Trigger Speed
    • The minimum 'From' speed selectable is the greater value of 5 km/h or the ‘To’ value +1.

Note: The maximum input value for speed is 999.9 and can be entered up to 1 decimal place.

  • Percentage
    • The maximum 'From' percentage selectable is 100%
    • The minimum 'From' percentage selectable is the ‘To’ value +1.
To
  • Speed
    • The maximum 'To' speed selectable is the ‘From’ value -1.
    • The minimum 'To' speed selectable is the value inputted as the End Speed, or '0' if using a brake trigger.
       
  • Percentage
    • The maximum 'To' percentage selectable is the ‘From’ value -1.
    • The minimum 'To' percentage selectable is the value inputted as the End Speed expressed as a percentage of configured Start Speedor '0' if using a brake trigger.
 

Save Settings

To save the settings to an inserted SD card, select the 'Save Settings' button and enter a suitable file name using the presented keyboard. To save the name, press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving.


Note: The button will be greyed out if an SD card is not detected.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Settings Save.png
Save Settings Keypad Example
 

If confirmed, the screen will present a file saved notification, the LEDs will flash green and the unit will emit an audible confirmation notification. If a settings file with the same name already exists on the SD card, the unit will advise that the file is being overwritten, a cancel timeout screen will display, allowing you to cancel the overwriting process within 5 seconds by pressing the screen. If cancelled, the LEDs will briefly flash red and the unit will emit an audible tone, notifying you that the overwriting has been cancelled.

VBOX Touch MFD Settings Overwrite.png
Overwriting screen
VBOX Touch MFD Settings Confirm.png
Save confirmed screen

Load Settings

To load a previously saved settings file from an inserted SD card, select the 'Load Settings' button. The unit will present all available settings files located on the SD card, tap on the desired file and then press the Confirm Button Confirm Button.png on the bottom right of the screen to load, or press the Cancel Button Cancel Button.png on the bottom left of the screen to return the Settings screen without saving. If confirmed, the screen will present a file loaded notification, the LEDs will flash green and the unit will emit an audible confirmation notification.


Note: The button will be greyed out if an SD card is not detected.
 

VBOX Touch MFD Settings Load.png

  • Was this article helpful?