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VBOX Speed Sensor dual antenna (VBSS100SL) is a high accuracy 100Hz GPS/GLONASS system. VBSS100SL combines high level accuracy and test repeatability with the ability to measure slip and pitch/roll angles at 100Hz. Data is present on multiple outputs such as: CAN, RS232, Analogue and Digital lines. The VBSS100SL can be used for non-contact sensing of velocity providing signal output data on CAN, analogue and digital, allowing easy integration with data loggers and testing applications. The analogue output can be assigned to vehicle speed, lateral acceleration, longitudinal acceleration, or lap beacon marker with user selectable scaling. The digital output can be configured as either a digital speed pulse output or a lap beacon marker.
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