13 - DB - Laptime Telemetry
The Laptime Telemetry option makes DriftBox send lap time data via the telemetry serial port whenever a start/finish, split line or dedicated finish line is crossed.
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The lap time serial stream has the following format, sent at a baud rate of 115200 bit/sec, no parity, 8 data bits and 1 stop bit.
Each telemetry message will be sent twelve times unless an acknowledge message is received.
If the Laptime Pulse option is enabled, a 250ms pulse is output on the serial port instead of a serial stream.
Note that selecting either of these two options disables the other option. It is possible to deactivate both modes by un-ticking whichever option is currently selected, if any.
Similar to the Laptime Telemetry option, this enables split time data or a 250ms pulse to be output via the telemetry serial port whenever a split line is crossed. The output given will be the same type as the lap timing output, so if you have enabled Laptime Telemetry the split output will be in the Telemetry format; if you have enabled Laptime Pulse the split output will be in the Laptime Pulse format. If this option is disabled, no output will be given.