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OLED Displays

The high-contrast OLED display is the perfect partner to your VBOX. Suitable even in bright conditions, the display provides sharp graphics and is simple to use.

It can show a wide range of parameters, including speed, G-force, lap times, and predictive lap timing, whilst the LED array positioned above the screen offers immediate delta velocity feedback, indicating your current speed in comparison to your fastest lap.

The OLED display can also be used to start and stop logging, set start/finish points and report the logging status of your VBOX Video HD2.

The display is available in two form factors.


Delta-V LED indicators

Two to six LEDs above the screen provide instant delta velocity feedback, indicating your speed relative to your fastest lap.

Easy Operation

Three buttons to scroll display screens, set start/finish points, reset data, start/stop logging, and enter menus

Predictive Lap Timing

Compares your current lap to your best in real time to help improve lap times.


The internal accelerometer flips the screen according to the way it is mounted.

Predictive Lap Timing

Predictive lap timing has been available for some time, but traditional methods have generally relied on a distance measurement (normally from a wheel speed sensor input) for calculation.

However, distances lap-to-lap almost always change: either by trying different lines, overtaking other cars, or perhaps by locking a wheel. Predicting a lap time accurately using this variable is nigh-on impossible, and is exacerbated on longer circuits.

Unrivalled Accuracy With Position Based Delta-T

We employ GPS position from a fast updating data logger - rather than distance - to align the reference and comparison laps. This means our lap time stays accurate, even if the driver takes a different line each lap. The system will maintain 0.1s precision the entire way around any circuits, including very long circuits such as the Nurburgring or Spa. Position based delta-T is far superior to distance on long tracks.

Display Modes

The OLED has different display modes, which can be accessed using the UP and DOWN buttons on the front panel. The data on each screen is calculated at all times, even if it is not displayed.

Lap Timing
Live Speed
Maximum Speed
Predictive Lap Timing
Lap Count
Lateral G
Longitudinal G

Display Options

All OLED displays have the option to invert the screen colours for use in different light conditions. For the two bigger OLEDs the font can also be set as a high contrast outline.