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We have several product websites to accommodate for the needs of various customers and business areas. This is why some things can only be found on the product sites and not on Here are some ideas for what you might be looking for:

    Downloads such as firmware, software, datasheets, manuals, .dbc & .ref files can be found within the Customer Area of our product websites: VBOX Automotive, VBOX Motorsport and LabSat.

  • VBOX TOOLS vboxtools(VBOXTools)
    The VBOX Tools software is a Windows based analysis package that comes with all data logging enabled VBOX units. VBOX Tools allows you to setup your unit for vehicle testing, proving templates of common test setups as well as being flexible enough to allow for customized test setups.

    The software can be used in post-processing mode or real-time mode. In real-time mode, the VBOX is connected to a PC running VBOX Tools, and graphs, gauges, numeric displays and test results can be viewed in real-time. You can download the VBOX Tools Software from the VBOX Automotive website.

    You can download .DBC files from the VBOX Automotive website. VBOX CAN /.DBC files contain the default CAN configurations for their respective VBOX products. For users interfacing VBOX products with 16bit CAN equipment, we have provided equivalent 16bit databases.

    Circuit Tools is a very powerful, Windows based analysis software with Video VBOX, VBOX Sport, DriftBox and PerformanceBox. The software is designed to quickly present a driver with the crucial information required to improve lap times. You can download Circuit Tools on the VBOX Motorsport website.

    RACELOGIC have acquired some CAN signals from a variety of vehicles for customers to use with VCI (Vehicle CAN Interface) products.The most common parameters available are RPM, wheel speed, and throttle position. Steering angle and brake force are available for some models.
    To see whether we have CAN parameters for your vehicle, please check our vehicle CAN database here. Some of these .REF files will not work with Video VBOX at the moment, so if you have a video logger, please check the database for VBOX Motorsport instead.