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Old 04-24-2012, 12:23 AM   #1
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Does anyone make a LED/LCD type AFR read out that is not a gauge? Looking for something slim (not a 52mm gauge) that I can mount on my steering column.

Like this but something OTS

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Waterproof-4...ht_2334wt_1025

Like that? Any kind of volt meter will work, long as you program the controller to output correctly.
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No need powah!!!!!!!!
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So how would I work that? Set the calibrations on the Innovate program to match the display? Seems to me like it is meant for a voltage readout how would I get a 0-5v sensor to work on that?
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http://miataturbo.wikidot.com/wideband-gauge

Yeah just set the outputs on the lc1, or whatever you're using.
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Interesting. I imagine you would have to play with it a bit to get it right on? By having ht elaptop open with the innovate gauge on there and trying to match it up?
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Nah, do the 1-2v range, 10:1 at 1v and 20:1 at 2v.

So if you have 14.7 itl output 1.47v.

On some volt displays you can change the decimal point and make the 1.47v show 14.7v.

I had this running back with my old MS1 and LC1, everything was spot on.
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Innovate Auto Timer - Wideband gauge / Turbo Timer / Volt Gauge



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