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Motorsport | Performance Box

Supplier: Applied Measurement Australia

PerformanceBox the most sophisticated Performance meter on the market! The lowest price in Australia from Applied Measurement.

Price Guide: POA

Not only is the new PerformanceBox the most sophisticated Performance meter on the market, but it is also one of the simplest to use, with many features normally found only on professional test equipment.

You can quickly measure the acceleration, braking and cornering performance of your car without having to set anything up beforehand, and there is no need to perform any calibration. Because PerformanceBox is based on GPS, you get so much more for your money than just a simple performance meter. 

PerformanceBox uses a GPS system with an update rate of 10 samples per second, which is the fastest GPS engine in its class. From this you get a very accurate speed (±0.1kmh), cornering g-force, acceleration g-force and a very accurate distance measurement (±10cm in 400m). 

PerformanceBox is based on VBOX technology, which has been used all round the world by the majority of motor manufacturers for a number of years to measure speed, distance and aceleration.

Performance meter features:

  • Speed kmh or mph
  • Distance metres or feet
  • 4 accel ranges - 2 adjustable
  • 2 decel ranges - 2 adjustable
  • 4 distance ranges (1/4 mile etc)
  • 1 foot rollout option
  • Peak g-force
  • Top speed
  • Average speed
  • SD card logging

Because PerformanceBox uses a fast GPS engine, it knows precisely where you are every 1/10th of a second. Using this information, it can compare your current position with a number of stored reference points and use this information to trigger a lap timer function.

Setting it up is very easy and only has to be done once. Just put PerformanceBox into setup mode, and drive over the point you wish to define as the start/finish line.

This point is then converted into a line at 90 degrees to your direction of travel, and stored in the internal memory.