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What is in the box?
|VBHDL-V1||1||VBOX HD Lite Main Unit|
|RLACS287||1||Lightweight Windscreen Suction Mount|
|RLACS297||1||32 GB Class 10 U3 Micro SD Card|
|RLCAB165||1||Cigar Lighter power supply cable|
|RLACS316||1||Wi-Fi Dongle for video preview|
|RLACS240||1||Protective Lens Cover|
Compatible products and accessories
- OLED predictive lap timing display
- DSP05-H or DSP06-H
- Compatible with OLED/LapTimer firmware version 1.14 or later
- GoPro® mount adapter
- Micro Input Module
- Roll bar mount (RLACS286)
- CAN cables
- Tweezers for card extraction
- Power supplies
You can read more about the different accessories on vboxmotorsport.co.uk
VBOX HD Lite Setup Software
With the Setup Software for the VBOX HD Lite, you can:
- Configure settings and export the config file for the VBOX HD Lite.
- Set the logging strategy.
- Control lap timing and the start/finish database.
- Adjust the CAN settings.
Note: The configuration file generated from the VBOX HD Lite Setup Software is the file type .RLC. The .rlc file must be placed in the root directory of the microSD card for the VBOX HD Lite to update its configuration.
You can find more information about using the VBOX HD Lite Setup Software here.
VBOX HD Lite App
With the preview app for VBOX HD Lite, you can preview and adjust the video feed from the HD Lite unit.
You can find more information about using the VBOX HD Lite preview app here.
VBOX HD Lite is supplied with a 32 GB microSDHC card in a FAT32 file format.
If you are looking to purchase a new microSD card, we recommend that any card you use is a class 10 card with a U3 speed. (A U1 speed micro SD card will not be good enough to process the data being logged and stability issues will occur.) MicroSD cards from quality brands such as Transcend, SanDisk, Kingston or Lexar ensure the best results.
Note: The maximum file size recorded to the microSD card is 4 GB.
How much data will I get from a microSDHC card?
Video Recording Time
|Recording Speed||8 Mbps||18 Mbps||20 Mbps|
|32 GB||8 hours 30 minutes||4 hours 10 minutes||3 hours|
|64 GB||17 hours||8 hours 20 minutes||6 hours|
|128 GB||34 hours||16 hours 40 minutes||12 hours|
*The times listed are approximate for a standard setup.
Note: If your microSD card is full, the HD Lite will sound an audible alert (2 double beeps) and the LED will flash orange.
A GNSS coldstart may be required when:
- The GNSS engine has locked up.
- The VBOX unit is struggling to acquire satellite lock.
A GNSS coldstart forces the GNSS engine to reset its downloaded almanac of current satellite positions. This can be useful if the VBOX unit has trouble locking onto satellites, which typically occurs if it has not been used for several weeks or if it was last used a long distance (over one thousand miles) away from the current location.
After performing a GNSS coldstart, you should leave the VBOX unit powered up in a static location where the antenna has an unobstructed view of the sky until it has achieved satellite lock.
To perform a GNSS coldstart on the VBOX HD Lite, use the following steps:
- Make sure that the HD Lite is powered on.
- Press and hold the Record button for 3 seconds.
The Coldstart will begin and the LED will light solid white until the process has completed.