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On this page you will find all the latest Race-Keeper software, firmware and configuration files you need in order to maximize the performance of your video data logging system and keep it up to date. Each download includes information on the date of release, download size and release notes.


Race-Keeper Comparo HD v1.02.00.86 Setup

This is the latest version of Race-Keeper Comparo HD. For information on what this software can do, please visit COMPARO HD

Date of release
10/01/17
Platform
Windows
File info
44Mb external source
Release Notes
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Example HDX2 Video Data (1.2GB)

We believe our Comparo HD software is really easy to use, but don't just take our word for it, download this example video data along with a copy of Comparo HD and see for yourself.

This video is of the Richard Collett Truck Racing team during a BTRA race at Silverstone National circuit (UK). We join the action early in the race, just before everything really kicks off. There are plenty of laps in this outing so you will be able to compare two laps against each other.

Watch this instructional video on how to download, install and use Comparo HD with this sample video and data.

Note: Be sure to download and read the Comparo HD manual or contact us if you do run into any difficulties or have any questions.

Date of release
04/09/2015
Platform
Comparo HD
File info
1.2GB external source
Release Notes
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Example HDX2 Video Data (0.2GB)

This video is of Shamus Jennings, who drives for the G-CAT Racing team in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB championship, testing at the Silverstone National circuit (UK). There are two laps in this outing so you will be able to compare them against each other but to fully exploit Comparos features, we would recommend you download the 1.2GB truck racing example too.

Date of release
07/14/16
Platform
Comparo HD
File info
0.2GB external source
Release Notes
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HDX2 Box Firmware 1.8.428 (Skytraq GPS)

This is the latest HDX2 Box Firmware. Please only update your HDX2 firmware if you are having trouble with your system or have been advised to by Race-Keeper technical support. 

***THIS UPDATE WILL ONLY WORK ON HDX2 SYSTEMS THAT ARE RUNNING CAPTURE VERSION 1.8.418 OR HIGHER. IF YOUR SYSTEM DOES NOT MEET THIS REQUIREMENT, PLEASE CONTACT RACE-KEEPER TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND WE WILL ADVISE HOW YOU SHOULD PROCEED.

How to Update

1. Download the file & save to SD card

2. Insert SD card into HDX2 box & apply power

3. Wait for 3mins (box will restart a couple of times and the orange transfer LED will light up)

4. Perform sample recording 

Date of release
27/01/16
Platform
HDX2 Box
File info
5.5Mb external source
Release Notes
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HDX2 Box Firmware 1.8.513 (UBLOX GPS)

This is the latest HDX2 Box Firmware. Please only update your HDX2 firmware if you are having trouble with your system or have been advised to by Race-Keeper technical support. 

How to Update

1. Download the file & save to SD card

2. Insert SD card into HDX2 box & apply power

3. Wait for 3mins (box will restart a couple of times and the orange transfer LED will light up)

4. Perform sample recording 

Date of release
27/01/16
Platform
HDX2 Box
File info
5.5Mb external source
Release Notes
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HDX2 Camera Firmware v5.10.11

This is the latest HDX2 Camera Firmware.

For Instructions on how to update your HDX2 Camera Firmware, please refer to the HDX2 Manual

Date of release
22/12/2014
Platform
HDX2 Camera
File info
4.5Mb external source
Release Notes
click here

HDX2 Recovery Image File (Skytraq GPS)

If your HDX2 system has become unresponsive, please contact Race-Keeper technical support before updating the HDX2 firmware or attempting a recovery via this file.

This 1GB file is a disk image that will return your HDX2 system to a stable firmware version. You will need to burn this image onto an SD card using Win32DiskImager software, which is downloadable here: Win 32 Disk Imager


How to make an HDX2 Recovery SD Card:

1. Download the HDX2 Recovery Image File and Win32 Disk Imager software.

2. Install Win32DiskImager, then launch it

3. Insert an SD Card (>1GB) and select this in the software under "Device"

4. Select the HDX2 Recovery Image File in the software under "Image File"

5. Click "Write" to starting write the image to SD Card

6. Click OK on the next popup message

7. When done you will see a message saying "Write Complete"


How to use a HDX2 Recovery SD Card

1. Insert HDX2 Recovery SD Card into HDX2 then apply power. The system will scroll the “Memory Used” lights continuously.

2. Wait until the system shuts down (approx 3mins).When shutdown, only a red “Power” light will be illuminated.

3. Remove HDX2 Recovery SD Card and power HDX2 system back on

4. Perform sample recording to a different SD card (you will only be able to record to an HDX2 Recovery SD Card if you reformat it first).

5. Download and place the Latest HDX2 Firmware onto a different/blank SD card and insert into HDX2 when system is fully booted. The orange transfer LED will light for a short period, then the box will be fully operational.

Date of release
14/08/15
Platform
HDX2 Box
File info
1GB external source
Release Notes
click here

HDX2 Recovery Image File (UBLOX GPS)

If your HDX2 system has become unresponsive, please contact Race-Keeper technical support before updating the HDX2 firmware or attempting a recovery via this file.

This 1GB file is a disk image that will return your HDX2 system to a stable firmware version. You will need to burn this image onto an SD card using Win32DiskImager software, which is downloadable here: Win 32 Disk Imager


How to make an HDX2 Recovery SD Card:

1. Download the HDX2 Recovery Image File and Win32 Disk Imager software.

2. Install Win32DiskImager, then launch it

3. Insert an SD Card (>1GB) and select this in the software under "Device"

4. Select the HDX2 Recovery Image File in the software under "Image File"

5. Click "Write" to starting write the image to SD Card

6. Click OK on the next popup message

7. When done you will see a message saying "Write Complete"


How to use a HDX2 Recovery SD Card

1. Insert HDX2 Recovery SD Card into HDX2 then apply power. The system will scroll the “Memory Used” lights continuously.

2. Wait until the system shuts down (approx 3mins).When shutdown, only a red “Power” light will be illuminated.

3. Remove HDX2 Recovery SD Card and power HDX2 system back on

4. Perform sample recording to a different SD card (you will only be able to record to an HDX2 Recovery SD Card if you reformat it first).

5. Download and place the Latest HDX2 Firmware onto a different/blank SD card and insert into HDX2 when system is fully booted. The orange transfer LED will light for a short period, then the box will be fully operational.

Date of release
11/01/16
Platform
HDX2 Box
File info
1GB external source
Release Notes
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Zero-Accel

This file allows you to zero the accelerometers in your Race-Keeper system following install, so that the G Force values that appear in Comparo HD when you play back your video and data are correct.

The Zero-Accel file can be used on all HDX2, HE and Black systems.

To apply, simply download the file, save it to a blank SD card and insert into a powered Race-Keeper system box. The orange "Transfer" LED will start to flash. After about 10 flashes, the card is safe to be removed and the file should then be deleted from the card before it is used to make any recordings. You should then hold down the power button on your box to shut it down, before pushing it again to restart it.

You will only need to zero your accelerometers if you reposition the box within the car and it's mounting orientation is not flat.

Date of release
26/08/2010
Platform
Any Race-Keeper Box
File info
1Kb external source
Release Notes
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HE/Black Firmware 2.8.0.81

This is the latest HE/Black Box Firmware. Please only update your HE/Black firmware if you are having trouble with your system or have been advised to by Race-Keeper technical support. 

How to Update

1. Download the file & save to SD card

2. Insert SD card into box & apply power

3. Wait for 3mins (box will restart a couple of times and the orange transfer LED will light up)

4. Perform sample recording 


Date of release
05/03/2015
Platform
HE/Black
File info
4.6mb external source
Release Notes
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HE/Black iDash Configuration File

Once you have purchased and applied your iDash licence onto your HE/Black system, you will need to apply this configuration file to ensure the Unbreakable Wi-Fi device has the correct IP address.

1. Download HE/Black iDash Configuration File onto SD card

2. Insert SD card into booted box

3. Orange transfer LED will light briefly and then go out

4. iDash system is ready to use

Date of release
05/03/2015
Platform
HE/Black
File info
1kb external source
Release Notes
click here