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Manually Entering Up To 2 Contact Points

To manually set vehicle contact points within an ACC, AEB, BSD or FCW test, please follow the steps below:

  1. Connect VBOX Manager to the VBOX within the Subject Vehicle.
     
  2. Select the 'ADAS' option from the 'SETUP' menu and then depending on how many target vehicles you are using, ensure '1 Target', 'Target' or 'Target' is selected.
     
  3. Select 'Subject' within 'ADAS Function' and then choose 'Subject Vehicle Contact Points'.

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  4. Select 'Enter Contact Points'.

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  1. This menu allows you to select whether 1 or 2 contact points are to be specified. The current number of selected points is shown.

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  2. To change the number of points, select the menu and scroll to the desired number, press again to confirm.

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  3. Scroll down to 'Subject Vehicle Contact Point 1' and select.

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  4. This menu allows the user to translate the Primary antenna point (or IMU if IMU Integration is enabled) to a desired reference point on the vehicle. This is done by entering a numerical forward/back and right/left offset value. Scroll to 'Ahead' and select.

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  5. Scroll to 'Ahead' or 'Behind' depending on whether the point is ahead or behind of the antenna and select.

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  6. Enter the offset value by pressing the scroll wheel to move along the digits and rotating to the desired number, selecting past the final digit will store the value.

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  7. Select 'Right' and choose 'Right' or 'Left' depending on whether the point is to the left or right of the antenna.​​​
   
  1. Enter the offset value by pressing the scroll wheel to move along the digits and rotating to the desired number, selecting past the final digit will store the value.


     
  2. If you have selected 2 contact points, scroll down to 'Subject Vehicle Contact Point 2' and repeat the above process.

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  3. Repeat the process to define the Target Vehicle(s) contact points by selecting 'Target Vehicle 1 Contact Points', 'Target Vehicle 1 Contact Points' or 'Target Vehicle 3 Contact Points' within the 'ADAS Function Subject' menu.

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