DL1 and DASH2 Package Deal
The DL1 and DASH2 package deal combines our two most popular products together with a memory card and reader to get you started, all at an unbeatable price.
The package includes:
- DL1 SPORT data logger
- DASH2 display
- 2.0GB Compact Flash card
- USB 2.0 card reader
- Race Technology software CD
The DL1 is a highly flexible, powerful data logging system. Featuring an integrated, high accuracy, 5Hz GPS receiver, with data logging directly to compact flash. It is ideally suited to auto sport applications as well as bikes, boats and industrial/professional applications.
The DASH2 is a slimline, water resistant (IP65) data display system, with a custom backlit LCD screen, 6 fully configurable shiftlights, all in a diecast aluminium enclosure. It has configurable display screens, independent alarms and the ability to accept sensor signals independently and via the DL1. The feature packed DASH2 can be tailored to fit almost any automotive or motorsport display application
When the DASH2 is connected to the DL1, it can be configured to display parameters including real time lap and sector times calculated from GPS data without the need for a track side beacon. Any sensor data being logged by the DL1 can also be displayed in real time on the DASH2 via the serial connection. The actual data that the DASH2 displays, as well as the units etc can all be configured from a PC to the user's exact requirements.
A 1.0GB compact flash card and USB 2.0 card reader are included in the package to get you started logging and transferring data. A 1.0GB card, as a guide, when used with the DL1 this card will provide logging time of 20-50 hours, depending on configuration. The card reader is suitable for use with a laptop or desktop PC. No drivers required for 2000/ME/XP/Vista, simply plug it in and any inserted compact flash card will appear as an additional drive on your machine.
Please note: DASH2 and DL1s bought as a package deal are sold as a package and as such their compatibility is locked together. Attempting to split the package will result in compatibility issues.