AiM Solo On-Board Lap Timer

Aim Solo
Never forget your beacon again! The Solo on-board lap timer from AiM uses GPS technology to start and stop lap times at the start/finish line, with no external equipment required. Unlike other lap timers, the Solo also logs the GPS data for analysis and can even generate track maps. 

If you are racing at an established track in AiM's extensive worldwide database, the Solo will recognize the track when you get there. It already knows where the start/finish line is! If you are racing at a new or temporary track, just take the Solo unit to the starting line (and finish line, if different) and press a button. That's it! (You can also assign start, finish, and split points in Race Studio 2.) No lining up beacons and receivers, no finding coordinates, and no need to try pressing a button during a hot lap. 

You can customize the backlit LCD display with up to 4 different pages to scroll through, with up to 4 fields per page (choose from speed, distance, lap time, running lap time, predictive lap time, difference to best time, or battery status) in addition to lap number, satellite signal, and battery strength. You can even use Solo to test performance in the 1/4 mile, 0-60 mph, and acceleration. 

Lap times, speed, acceleration, and position are all stored in the 8MB onboard non-volatile memory for later download and analysis via the Race Studio 2 software. Using Race Studio 2, you can see track mapping, acceleration and braking, and more! 

The compact (98mm x 78mm x 30mm / 3.9" x 3.1" x 1.2") Solo is small enough to mount to any steering wheel. A steel mounting bracket is supplied, and 2 powerful rare earth magnets in the back of the Solo hold on to the bracket. This allows quick and easy removal for setting start lines, split points, or even use in multiple vehicles. 

Kit includes Solo timer with rechargeable battery, mounting bracket, USB cable, AC charging adapter, DC power cord, and Race Studio 2 software.

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