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05 - OLED - Predictive Lap Timing

Note: Not available when connected to VBOX 3i/ VBOX 3/ VBOX II/ VBOX Micro/ Performance Box Sport.

 

For this mode to work, a start/finish line is required. Make sure that a track layout is selected through the main menu, or set a start line manually.

 

Until the start line is crossed, the screen will show ‘Waiting for start line’ and the distance from current location to this point. pred1.png
When the line is first crossed and during the first lap, the OLED will create a reference lap which is then compared with your next lap. If this lap is faster, it is then taken as your new reference lap. pred2.png
The second crossover of the start line will allow the OLED display to start predicting, a positive number means you are going slower, and a negative number means you are going faster. pred3.png
The reference lap will be replaced with any subsequent quicker lap time. 
To fix this comparison lap time at any point, press the square
 button. 
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Save reference lap

This feature allows the user to save a reference lap for future use. Insert an SD card into the Video VBOX unit, and use the menu options MENU > PREDICTIVE LAP SETTINGS > TRANSFER REF LAP TO VVB.

Note that the vehicle must be stationary to make this transfer.

 

Once this is selected, a message will show to confirm saving has been successful. This will be stored on the SD card as OLED.REF in the root directory.

Load reference lap

To load a reference lap file stored from a previous session, put the desired file onto the root directory of an SD card, and load the card into the Video VBOX unit. The file must be called OLED.REF. Select the menu options MENU > PREDICTIVE LAP SETTINGS > LOAD REF LAP FROM VVB  

Note that the vehicle must be stationary to make this transfer.

 

Reference laps will be reset when either a new start/finish is set, or if the ‘reset lap timing data’ option is selected from the lap timing menu within main menu.

Live timing

The main predictive screen shows a continuously updated bar graph with the +/ - to previous. When a lap is completed, it will give a final lap time and total time difference to reference lap. If a faster time is achieved than the reference, a negative time will be shown.
The amount of time shown on the bar graph can be altered in the main menu to 2, 5, 10 or 30 seconds. 

 

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