Racer Data System
What is it?
An upgrade from the TRACK DAY DATA LOGGER, the RACER DATA SYSTEM adds individual sensors to the vehicle, recording both rider/driver and vehicle component performance at every point on the track throughout the session. The data is stored on a compact flash card and transferred to a PC after each session. Analysis Software displays the data in tables, charts and graphs for comparison to baseline performance, measuring improvement and evaluating changes.
The Data Logger
The data logger itself contains:
GPS system: Track mapping, Lap and Sector times, speed, position, heading
Accelerometers: Longitudinal, lateral and vertical
Engine RPM connection to ignition or tachometer
The DL-1 adds 8 analog and 4 digital sensors
Sensors, Dashboard, Video
The DL-2 adds 16 analog and 4 digital sensors
If you have one of our TRACK DAY DATA LOGGERS it can be upgraded to a DL-1 RACER DATA SYSTEM
Analog Sensors (up to 8 for the DL-1, up to 16 for the DL-2)
Throttle Position: External sensor or read from bikes EFI computer
Digital Sensors (up to 4)
Brake Pressure (Front and/or Rear): External sensor plumbed into brake line
Steering Position: External sensor on steering damper or
Suspension Displacement (Front and Rear): External sensors
Pitch: Front to rear attitude change
Roll: Lean angle
Yaw: Rotation about the vertical axis
Front Tire Temperature: External sensor
Rear Tire Temperature: External sensor
Wheel Speeds: External sensor on each wheel
Rider Heart Rate: External sensors on rider and bike
Displays sensor data in real time and can be programmed to indicate improvements, changes and warnings.
External: Up to four video files from external cameras can by synchronized after the session to show multiple views, including the riders view, hand controls, or suspension movement.
Integrated: Up to four video files can be recorded simultaneously with data overlaid on the final video.
Displays the data recorded from your session in tables, charts and graphs for comparison to baseline performance, measuring improvement and evaluating changes.