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VBOX Touch Speed Mode - Quick Start Guide

VBOX Touch features a 10 Hz GPS receiver and a responsive colour touchscreen. The Speed Mode allows you to view live speed data, selectable via 3 screens; SpeedVMAX and Average Speed.


So that Racelogic can continue to provide you with notification of the latest software releases, firmware upgrades and to offer technical support, please register your VBOX Touch.

Register your unit here.

What’s Included

Product Code Quantity Description
VBTOUCH-V1 1 VBOX Touch 10 Hz Unit Including Rubber Cover
RLCAB010LE / RLCAB014LE 1 Cigar Plug Power Supply (RLVBTOUCH, 2 m) or Unterminated Power Supply (RLVBTOUCH-M, 2 m)
RLACS259 1 8 GB SDHC Card (Class 10)
RLACS262 1 GNSS Antenna (3 m)
RLACS277 1 Swivel Neck Richter Suction Mount
RLACS281 1 Plastic Carry Case for VBOX Touch (not supplied with RLVBTOUCH-M)


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Hardware Overview

Left Side

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Right Side

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SD Card

VBOX Touch logs data via an SD card inserted in to the Left Side of the Unit. The unit is supplied with an 8 GB SDHC card in a FAT32 file format, which is the only file format supported. If you are looking to purchase a new SD card, it is recommended that any card used has a write speed of above 7 MB/s (4 MB/s absolute minimum) and a speed class of 10 (4 absolute minimum). Racelogic recommend SD cards from quality brands such as Transcend, SanDisk, Kingston or Lexar to ensure best results.

IMPORTANT – If an SD card is formatted in the exFAT or NTFS file formats, it will need to be reformatted into a FAT32 file system before it will work with a VBOX Touch unit. More information on this can be found here.

Screen Overview

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Vmax screen example


  1. VBOX Touch has an internal patch antenna, meaning that in many circumstances, where the unit has a clear view of the sky without any interference, an additional antenna is not required.

    However, if required, mount the supplied external GPS antenna in the centre of the roof of the vehicle, away from roof bars and other antennas. For more information on antenna mounting positions click here.

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  1. If applicable, connect the external GPS antenna to the VBOX Touch.
  2. Connect the Swivel Neck Richter Suction Mount (RLACS277) to the rear of the unit and attach to the vehicle windscreen.
  3. Connect the power via the Power socket.
  4. Insert the SD card into the Side of the Unit. The SD Card Icon should display as green VBOX Touch SD OK.png as long as the card has free space.
  5. When the unit has booted, select the Mode Button Mode.png and press SPEED if it is not already selected.

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  1. Select which Speed display you would like to be shown (SpeedVMAX or Average Speed) by selecting the Forward Forward Arrow.png and Back Backwards arrow.png arrows on the bottom right of the screen or by swiping the screen left or right.
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    Average Speed
  2. If you would like to set a Target Speed which will display on the screen and give an audible and/or visual alert when the speed is met, select the Settings Button Settings.pngand enter the required value within the Settings.

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  1. Press the Exit Button Exit Screen.png to return to the Speed screen.
  2. Take the vehicle outside and wait for the VBOX Touch to gain satellite lock. The Satellite Icon should display as solid green VBOX Touch Sats Lock.png.

    Note: The first time that the unit is used, it may take up to 10 – 15 minutes to fully acquire satellites. After this, it will usually take 1 – 2 minutes to acquire satellites.

  3. The unit is now ready to display live Speed values.
  4. By default, VBOX Touch will automatically start recording when travelling over 0.5 km/h, this can be changed within the General Settings.
  5. Tapping on the SD Card Icon when green VBOX Touch SD OK.png will manually start or stop logging data, overriding the Configured Logging Strategy.
  6. The Record Icon VBOX Touch Recording Button.png will show when the unit is logging data to the SD card.

    If you have come to a stop, but the Record Icon is still on, press the SD Card Icon to stop the logging before removing the card.

    Sometimes, due to poor satellite visibility in a garage or close to a building, the box may start recording, even if the car is stationary. Always check the Record Icon before ejecting the card.

    IMPORTANT – The SD card shouldn't be removed when the Record Icon is on as you may lose data.

    Note: If for some reason the SD card is removed whilst still recording, it may need to be repaired using a PC before it can be reused.

  7. A screenshot of what is displayed on the screen can be taken at any time by pressing the Screenshot Button  Screenshot.png.

  8. To reset all results shown on the current screen, press the Reset Button Reset.png.

More information on the Speed Mode can be found here.


Data Analysis

A recorded session will be saved within the SD card as a .vbo file. This can be later analysed using our next generation of data analysis software VBOX Test Suite, which can be downloaded from the VBOX Automotive Website.

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