The Differential Base Station is a complete differential correction system designed to provide local correction for improved GPS accuracy. By programming the base station with a known GPS position, it is able to accurately monitor the difference between its programmed position and the position that it is receiving via GPS. This difference is transmitted via radio to allow a remote GPS system to correct position.
The RLVBDAC01 has four analog outputs and four digital outputs. PC software allows the user to define CAN bus data to be converted into analog voltage or digital form. The output voltage resolution is 12 bit.
The RLVBACS026 is a rechargeable battery powered thermal printer for use with the Racelogic Multifunction display. Printing functions include automatic printing of acceleration, deceleration, brake testing, and lap timing results. The printer is supplied complete with Ni-Cd battery pack and charger.
The CAN Speed Interface is a quick and convenient way of getting a digital RPM and road speed signal from a vehicle. The unit connects to the CAN bus, and translates the CAN bus messages into two digital outputs proportional to engine RPM and road speed.