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    Technical Reference Gauge options..

    Following on from a previous thread, I thought this maybe of interest to people.

    Name : PLX iMFD


    SENSOR MODULES (SM)
    PLX Wideband O2 Controller for accurate Air/Fuel Ratio

    Exhaust Gas Temperature

    Water Temp, Aftercooler Temp, Transmission Temp, Oil Temp

    3 Bar Vacuum-Boost

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    Air Intake Temperature
    Fuel Pressure
    Oil Pressure
    iMFD Data Logger Features data record, playback, start, stop, pause, PC connectivity and data logging software for analysis

    Pros
    Customizable display, can display upto 4 sensors per gauge

    Cons
    Sensor boxes need to be installed.
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    Name : AEM - Serial Datastream


    Specifications:
    Monitor 19 channels simultaneously—it’s like having 19 gauges in one!
    Works with AEM Programmable Engine Management Systems Only
    All necessary hardware and software included for installation
    User-programmable datastream channels (PC interface)
    User-programmable MIN/MAX values for every channel (PC interface)
    Includes two input buttons for scrolling through displayed channels and for clearing MIN/MAX values
    24 user-programmable LEDs and three-digit center display (PC interface)
    User-selectable alarm values include qualifiers to eliminate false warnings
    User-selectable alarm priorities in the event multiple alarms are triggered
    Two outputs included to trigger ancillary warning lights or other devices (lights not included)
    Silver and black bezels and pin guides, and black and white faceplates included for creating custom look
    Quick-Connect technology eases installation
    Standard 52mm gauge housing fits in most pods and can be remotely mounted virtually anywhere

    Pros
    Plugs directly into the AEM.

    Cons
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    Defi-Link Display.

    Defi-Link Display is a multipurpose monitor which provides information on speed, oil temperature, water temperature, oil pressure, fuel pressure, and exhaust temperature by connecting to the Defi-Link Control Unit II or the Defi-Link Control Unit(end of sale).

    Defi-Link Display can be connected to Defi-Link Meters and Defi-Link Meter BFs by using the DAISY CHAIN wiring system.



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    The display uses OLED(organic light emitting diode).
    OLED is an advanced display which is self light emissive, high contrast, high response, low power consumptive, and large view angle. It uses optimal technology for instant readability without afterimages of flicker even when seen from the passenger's seat.

    Real-time digital information includes speed, oil temperature, water temperature, oil pressure, fuel pressure and exhaust temperature. Sensor sets need to be purchased separately to display the information on pressures and temperatures.

    Vehicle performance data and peak values are placed in memory for 3 minutes, allowing examination of data after running the vehicle.

    *Defi-Link Control Unit II has a 3 minute memory. Defi-Link Control Unit has a 40 second memory.

    When the RPM signal wire is connected to Defi-Link Control Unit II or Defi-Link Control Unit, 2 warning levels can be set in addition to the warning setting made by Control Unit II or Control Unit, enabling the setting of a total of 3 warning levels(Tachometer Triple Warning Mode).

    When the water temperature sensor is connected, the warm-up condition can be monitored.

    A graphic animation plays after the ignition is turned on or off(Opening Mode/Ending Mode).

    An easily recognizable graphic on each setting screen helps guide easy setting of warnings for Defi-Link Meters and Step Graph(Setting Assistance function).

    The Warning LED lights when the set warning value is exceeded for oil temperature, water temperature, exhaust temperature and engine RPM. The Warning LED lights when measured value drops below the set warning value for oil pressure and fuel pressure.

    Trouble locations are shown by graphics so that connection problems can be quickly corrected(Self-Diagnosis function).

    The structure of the mounting base allows height and angle adjustment so that it can match the shape of the instrument panel.
    The Defi-Link Indicator(sold separately) can be connected to the display.

    Defi-Link Control Unit II or Defi-Link Control Unit(end of sale) is necessary to operate Defi-Link Display.

    Pros :- Will replace all the DEfi Range of gauages with one convienient Display
    Cons :- Requires defi link system and Guage sensors
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    DefiLink BF Pics

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    Name : Blitz DC Gauges

    Gauges Available:
    DC II Pressure Gauge
    DC II Temperature Gauge
    DC II Speed/Power Gauge
    DC II Exhaust Temp/RPM Gauge
    DC Boost Gauge
    DC Temperature Gauge
    DC Pressure Gauge






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    PLX Devices R500




    Designed for the advanced tuner, the R-500 combines 3 essential parameters (Air/Fuel, EGT, Knock) of internal combustion engine tuning into one! As well as 4 Programable Anaolg inputs.
    Whether you're on the dyno, track, autocross, street or drag strip, the R-500 can be fully customized to suite your individual application. With intuitive user menus packed with features, merged with powerful PC software, there is virtually nothing that the R-500 can't do.

    1. Measures Air/Fuel Ratio, EGT, Knock, and Boost
    2. Integrated 6 Inputs for data logging (2 Speed, 4 Analog)
    3. 90 minutes of onboard memory for recording and PC download
    4. Integrated "Real-time dyno." Measure your HP, TQ without expensive trips to the dyno.
    5. Built-in amplifier for audible knock output to speakers or headphones
    6. 4 analog outputs (User configurable) for 3rd party interface
    7. Replace your stock narrowband sensor. More Info
    8. Fully customizable LED warning light or shift light
    9. High speed USB 2.0 interface
    10. Powerful 32 bit integrated processor, RAM, and FLASH technologies
    11. 100% backwards compatible with M-Series controllers
    12. Compact dash mountable design (4.75 x 2.25 x 1 inch)
    13. Sensor soft start circuitry, prolongs o2 sensor life
    14. Powerful PC analysis software included (PLX Logger Version 2.1+ Free Download)
    15. Field firmware upgradeable (more features added to R-500 regularly)

    External Sensors

    R-500 is capable of connecting to 3 external sensors. 1) Wideband oxygen sensor (Bosch or NTK) for accurate air/fuel ratio measurements. 2) K-Type thermal coupler for exhaust gas temperature measurements. 3) Knock sensor for knock volts and audible knock detection. This gives you the capability of actually "listening" to your knock sensor with headphones to detect ping, or signs of premature detonation.

    Data Logger Inputs

    The R-500 features a built-in 6 input (2 speed, 4 analog) data logger with 90 minutes of on board memory. The 2 speed inputs can be connected to any signal which gives a pulse (Freq Range: 0Hz-10KHz) and the 4 analog inputs can be connected to any signal which gives a voltage between 0-5V. Analog voltages between 5V-25V will be capped at 5V and will not damage the data logger. This gives the user absolute freedom to interface with various signals to and from your ECU.

    Here are a few examples of signals that can be logged by the R-500
    Vehicle Speed (MPH/Kmh) Ignition Pulse (RPM) Shaft Speed Sensors
    Throttle Position (TPS) MAP Mass Air Flow Sensor Brake Signal
    Air Intake Temp (AIT) Engine Coolant Temp (ECT) Exhaust Gas Temp (EGT) PLX Wideband Air/Fuel Ratio
    Knock Sensor PLX G Sensor
    Blue - Speed Signal Red - Analog Signal

    Pros : Top end of the wideband market which packs a punch. Quality datalogging functions and software.

    Cons : Pricey compared to other wideband systems

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    Name: Apexi XL



    Specifications:
    The EL II System Meters are the newest addition to the EL Meters lineup. The 60mm System Meters utilize a main control unit which constantly monitors the movement of all of the gauges. The control unit can activate the memory replay, warning, and peak hold functions with just one touch. The synchronized memory playback function was designed exclusively so that drivers did not need to individually start each meter before a race. A high speed CPU processor ensures accurate monitoring every time.

    The main control unit can accommodate up to 6 meters. This gives the user unprecedented flexibility to decide what type of meter to add and how many. All meters come with a multi angle stand to allow easy reading from any vantage point. Since the main processor is not inside of the meter itself, A'PEXi engineers were able to slim down the meter casing so that it can be mounted virtually anywhere inside the cabin.

    The high speed control unit processor also eliminates excess wires between the meter and unit. The EL backlit face uses a fresh new design that is easy to read.

    Sensors and gauges:
    Meter Control Unit
    Boost KPA Black
    Boost KPA White
    Oil Temp Black
    Oil Temp White
    Water Temp Black
    Water Temp White
    Exhaust Gas Temp (EGT) Black
    Exhaust Gas Temp (EGT) White
    Oil Pressure Black
    Oil Pressure White
    Oil Pressure White
    Fuel Pressure Black
    Fuel Pressure White
    Mechanical Boost KPA Black (Does not use Control Box)
    Mechanical Boost KPA White (Does not use Control Box)
    Mechanical Boost PSI Black (Does not use Control Box)
    Mechanical Boost PSI White (Does not use Control Box)
    Mechanical Vacuum, Blk.
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    Cool MXL Display for AEM systems

    MXL Display for AEM systems

    The MXL family of displays and data loggers are plug and play compatible with all AEM engine management systems. The AEM system must have firmware version 1.19 or higher for it to recognize the MXL. The MXL connects to the AEM units via a serial RS-232 connection.

    With an MXL display or data logger plugged into your AEM system, you add a powerful, stunning display and data logger to your car. The MXL Strada is a dedicated street display, the MXL Pista and MXL Pro are racer-oriented data acquisition systems.

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    Supra: 1996 Silver, Syvecs S6 ECU, 500bhp & 500ft/lbs, 95ron Unleaded
    Porsche: 2002 Black 996TT, Syvecs S8 ECU, 630bhp
    Lexus: 2001 LS430, Toyota 3UZ-FE V8
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    D100 Dash Display


    Product Description:

    The Powertrain Control Solutions D100 is a small LCD screen designed to display information about your vehicle. It is a standalone unit that can be programmed to display whatever vehicle information you choose within the operating parameters of your vehicle.

    Product Specifications:

    Compatibility with most OBD-II compliant vehicles (vehicles manufactured after 1996)
    Compatibility with all PCS units (ex. the D100 can display information from our EGT module)
    Compatibility with aftermarket engine controllers
    Hundreds of available parameters available for display (ex. RPM, gear, speed, battery voltage, engine temp, air temp, MAP, MAF , TPS %, injector pulsewidth, oxygen sensor values, calculated airflow, calculated fuel flow, oxygen sensor learn/trim, etc)
    CAN bus communication with all PCS devices
    Durable and aesthetic plastic housing
    Our high quality LCD is blue with white text and is very easy to see in direct sunlight or at odd angles





    D200 Touchscreen Dash Logger
    as above with full datalogging functions and Touch screen display



    Product Specifications:

    CAN 2.0b
    RS-232 (Communication with Aftermarket ECUs)
    PC Communication & Download Capability
    Realtime Datalogging & Monitor Screens
    Native Communication with PCS Devices
    2 Frequency Inputs (rpm, wheel speed, etc)
    8 Programmable Analog Inputs (MAP, MAF, TPS, CLT, etc.)
    High Resolution (320x240) Blue LCD Screen
    Fully Programmable, Display any Input Parameters
    High Sensitivity, Resistive Touchscreen
    Datalogging from CAN, RS-232 & Built-in Inputs
    Central Datalogging Location for all Electronics
    In-Field Flash Upgradable
    Offered in a durable 4.6 x 6.9 x 1.4in case
    2MB Standard Memory (4, 8, 16, 32 MB available)
    120 min of typical Datalog time for 25 Channels at 10
    samples/sec for 2MB Standard Memory

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    I like that D200

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    I saw the MXL dash displays at the Autosport show today, very nice indeed.
    Supra: 1996 Silver, Syvecs S6 ECU, 500bhp & 500ft/lbs, 95ron Unleaded
    Porsche: 2002 Black 996TT, Syvecs S8 ECU, 630bhp
    Lexus: 2001 LS430, Toyota 3UZ-FE V8
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    http://www.aimsports.com


    The MXL Strada makes a statement on any street bike or performance street car -- anywhere you need style, accuracy, and reliability without the cost or complexity of a full data logging system.

    The MXL Strada is a digital dash and gauge, featuring a tachometer, RPM input, 8 analog inputs, 1 speed input, CAN/serial ECU connector, gear position indicator (sampled or calculated), and lap timer. The MXL Strada stores lap time data for on-board replay.

    With standard features including a wide, fully configurable display, six configurable alarm LED’s, and backlight, the MXL is a stylish, powerful display for performance vehicles.

    Street Smarts

    The MXL can be interfaced (via CAN or RS-232 serial) with a variety of vehicle ECU's (engine control units) including MoTec, Pectel, DTA, MBE, EFI, Seat, Autronic, Bosch, Racetech and Carmo. Or use the AMP connector and deploy a powerful array of sensors on your vehicle, including pressure, temperature, throttle, steering, suspension, speed, Lambda sond, and more.

    Science over Superstition

    Connect sensors to the MXL and it samples and displays data from those sensors. For example, you can connect a wheel speed sensor and get continuous reads on your speed as you drive. AiM Sports uses sophisticated data acquisition technologies in the MXL to make this process fast, accurate, reliable, and cost-effective.

    Unlock the Power

    Connect the MXL to your vehicle’s ECU and unleash the MXL’s true power: sampling and displaying dozens of channels straight from the vehicle’s nerve center, including specialized sensors built into the vehicle. This is often the quickest and easiest setup, needing only 1 cable connection to the ECU instead of multiple connections to analog sensors, yet it yields the most dramatic results. In addition - you can leverage your aftermarket ECU investment.

    The MXL uses state of the art algorithms to sample, calculate and display RPM, lap time, gear position, speed, temperatures and more. The MXL Strada stores lap time data for on-board replay.

    Read on to learn more about the MXL Strada's features.

    Need even more power?

    All of the features mentioned above come with the MXL Strada model. The MXL Pista model adds on 8 MB of memory for hours of data logging. With data logging, you can download the logged data to your PC for analysis. Compare different vehicle setups, tracks - even different drivers - and get the most from your practice sessions. Look back through detailed race day logs to identify winning performance techniques - or, learn from less than stellar performances. In addition, the MXL Pista features a built in G-sensor (accelerometer) for creating track maps.

    For the high-end, engineering-minded driver or technician, the MXL Pro model has all of the Pista features and adds on 2 Deutsch connectors, a total of 4 speed inputs, a total of 16 MB of memory, a total of 12 analog inputs, and CAN protocol for expansion modules.

    CAN Protocol

    BMW_Mini - Mod. BMW_Mini
    Bosch - Mod. MS3
    Bosch - Mod. MS4
    Bosch - Mod. BoschVWGroup
    Bosch - Mod. Porsche 911 (Mod. 996)
    Brightwater - Mod. Tyrepress4Sensor
    Delphi - Mod. Mefi 4B
    Denso - Mod. RX8
    EFI Europe - Mod. Euro 1
    EFI Europe - Mod. Euro 6
    EFI Europe - Mod. Euro 12
    EFI Europe - Mod. Euro 96
    Marelli - (Mod.) Customer Protocol
    Marelli - Mod. FR2000
    Marelli - Mod. FR1600
    Marelli - Mod. RSA
    Marelli - Mod. Toyota
    Marelli - Mod. ToyotaB
    MecTronic - Mod. MK_E4
    MoTec - Mod. M400
    MoTec - Mod. M600
    MoTec - Mod. M800
    Racetech - Mod. EM_46
    SEAT - Mod. ECU_1
    Sodemo - Mod. EV_11
    TMS - Mod. TyrePress
    TMS - Mod. TyrePress4Sensor
    RS232 Serial Protocol
    Autronic - Mod. SM2_V190/191
    Autronic - Mod. SMC_V191
    Autronic - Mod. SM2_V193/195
    Autronic - Mod. SM4
    Carmo - Mod. AFI_2003
    Carmo - Mod. AFI_2005
    DTA - Mod. P8
    DTA - Mod. P8V29
    DTA - Mod. P8V30
    EFI USA - Mod. 2.1
    EMS - Mod. Stinger
    GEMS - Mod. Omex
    MBE - Mod. 967
    MBE - Mod. 970
    MoTec - Mod. M4 (DataSet 5 e DataSet3)
    MoTec - Mod. M48 (DataSet 5 e DataSet5)
    MoTec - Mod. M8 (DataSet1)
    Pectel - Mod. T2
    Pectel - Mod. T6
    Racetech - Mod. ENGMAN_18
    Sybele - Mod. RS232
    Wolf - Mod. Wolf 3D

    There is a Seperate AEM Dash based on the Above available.

    MXL Strada

    Features

    * Wide, brilliant display (5.5") with backlight standard
    * RPM displayed by number and graphic curve
    * Configurable RPM scaling
    * 1 RPM input
    * 1 Speed input
    * 8 analog input channels: temperatures, pressures, potentiometers, Lambda sond, onboard and custom sensors
    * Samplng rates: digital inputs up to 50 Hz, analog thermocouple up to 100 hz, analog potentiometer up to 500 Hz
    * Gear number calculated or sampled from on-board sensor
    * 10 shift light LED's - green - yellow - red
    * 6 freely configurable alarm LED's for min/max alarm
    * Infrared lap receiver and infra red lap transmitter
    * Lap times - split times
    * Configurable number of split times
    * 128 kb of non-volatile memory stores lap data for on-board playback only
    * Built in clock and calendar for test management
    * Internal data acquisition system
    * Total and partial odometer (with reset)
    * Rugged, water resistant, lightweight aluminum chassis
    * Optional built-in GPS system
    * CAN/Serial (RS-232) interface connects to many ECU's (see list at right)

    Specifications

    * Dimensions: 6.85" wide x 4.33" (174 x 110 mm)
    * Display dimensions: 5.5" x 2.6" (140 x 67 mm)
    * External 9-15 V power supply
    * 128 kb non-volatile internal memory

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian C View Post
    I like that D200

    -Ian
    I'm not sure the D200 can be used with any supra's though for some of the more advanced features. It mentions RS232 support, so this MAY be compatiable with MOTEC/AEM. Would be worth checking it out.

    The common protocols for this unit are CAN-bus or OBDII. Ian, my maplin project is going to support CAN bus
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    Can we make this a sticky or FAQ?
    Supra: 1996 Silver, Syvecs S6 ECU, 500bhp & 500ft/lbs, 95ron Unleaded
    Porsche: 2002 Black 996TT, Syvecs S8 ECU, 630bhp
    Lexus: 2001 LS430, Toyota 3UZ-FE V8
    Odds: Dyno Plot | Turbos Compared | 2BarTuning | Engine Part Weights
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wez View Post
    Can we make this a sticky or FAQ?
    Might do

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