- Additional information
- Comparo HD Software
In order to connect HDX2 to your vehicles ODBII port, so that data such as RPM, Throttle Position and Speed can be captured, you need to make a physical connection between the vehicles OBDII plug (usually under the dash near the steering wheel) and the HDX2 main system unit’s USB connector.
This can be done in two ways:
- Plug USB plug of OBDII Adaptor to front USB port on HDX2. This does mean that this USB port can no longer be used to record to USB.
- Purchase an HDX2 to OBDII cable that allows you to connect the OBDII Adaptor to the USB/CAN connector on the back of the HDX2. This allows you to continue to use the front USB port to record to USB.
We know that your time on track is limited, but so is the time available between sessions, during which you have to review your video/data, along with a whole host of other things. That is why we have made our video data analysis software so simple to use.
Although we believe Comparo HD is the simplest video data logging software on the market, to some we appreciate it may appear daunting at first glance, due to all the text, graphs and buttons. That is why we actively encourage you to download a copy of Comparo HD for free, along with some sample video/data and have a go at comparing laps and analysing data for yourself.
Comparo HD is Race-Keepers video data analysis software which plays synchronized video alongside course map and data traces, including speed, lap number, lap time, G forces, as well as any other data streams available via OBD-II, ECU/CAN or from Analog/Digital sensors.
It presents all of this information in a single, combined view so that you can instantly start analyzing your ontrack performance straight away. Data and video is automatically syncronized so there is no unnecessary setup or configuring that is required before you can playback your outing.