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06 - Circuit Tools Data Window

The Data window displays the values of the channels which have been logged at the position of the graph cursor. By default, Speed and Delta-T are displayed. Each parameter can be toggled on or off using the tick box in the Show column.
Up to 12 channels can be displayed at the same time. 
By default the current values of the channels are displayed, but these can be changed to Minimum, Maximum, Range, Delta or Average, using the Quick buttons or the Data menu tab: 
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As an example, if the Minimum 41.pngFunction is chosen, the values now show the minimum values displayed in the current graph window.

 Minimum function enabled

The channels which are not enabled are shown as transparent. The transparency can be changed under Opacity in the Home tab.
You can also change the size and type of Font used to display the channel values in the same place.
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Data window options

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Current Current value at the cursor
Minimum Lowest value on the displayed graph
Maximum Highest value on the displayed graph
Range Difference between the maximum and minimum on the displayed graph
Delta Difference between the first point and last point on the displayed graph
Average Average of all points on the graph (at current zoom level)

Hiding unwanted channels

All channels are shown in the grid by default, but the ones currently not displayed in the Graph window are shown in a light colour.
You can choose to show just the displayed channels, hiding the non-displayed items, using the Selected channels only button in the Display section of the Data tabbed menu.


Available Channels  

Speed (km/h) GPS Speed over ground
LatAcc (g) Lateral acceleration (cornering g-force)
LongAcc (g) Longitudinal acceleration (accel/braking g-force)
Delta-T (s) Lap-time difference between two laps
Sats Number of satellites being tracked
UTC time (s) Co-ordinated Universal Time
Latitude Latitude position in degrees and minutes
Longitude Longitude position in degrees and minutes
Heading (°) Vehicle heading in degrees
Height (m) Height
Vertical vel (km/h) Vertical velocity
Distance (m) Rolling distance travelled since start of lap
Elapsed time (s) Elapsed time since start of lap

External inputs

Most VBOXs are capable of logging additional channels; there are a number of different options available, the Mini-Input Module (8 analogue, 2 digital, 1 rpm), the Micro-input Module (4 analogue 1 rpm), or you can log vehicle parameters directly from the CAN bus (depending on Make, Model and Year). 
If logged, these additional channels will then appear in the Data window automatically, and can be displayed on the graph in the same way as all of the other channels.