Thread: EMS display
02-15-2006, 03:24 PM #1
This is a pretty cool little file telling you what screens are available on the EMS display.
Looks like it's got an integrated boost gauge. Very cool!
02-15-2006, 03:31 PM #2
02-15-2006, 03:35 PM #3
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- Apr 2005
Racing Display3000LRD LWO050325
red wire: +12V, should be fused with max. 1A
black wire: Ground, Earth
white wire: TXOUT, transmit data from display
green wire: RXIN, receive data to display
compensated thermcouple cables for the high temperature measurement.
Do not plug in or out while voltage is applied!
After power-up the display shows some information and the LEDs are flashing. This makes it easy to check
the function of all parts.
The display is equiped with a push button at the front. There are several pages to show, which can be
changed by pressing the button.
First page: shows the actual RPM[/min] in large, the throttle position[%] and the 3 temperatures[°C/°F].
Info: The display can show the values for temperature °C/°F and for the pressure in Pa/psi.
To change this setting press the button for more than 2 second while display is in first page.
This setting is internal stored in an EEPROM.
Second page: shows the actual RPM[/min] in large, the 3 ignition angles[°] and the 3 tempeartures[°C/°F].
Third page: shows the RPM[/min] in small, the airpressure[kpa/psi] in large and the 3 temperatures[°C/°F].
Fourth page: show the RPM[/min], the water temperature[°C/°F], the air temperature[°C/°F] and the supply
voltage[V] to the ECU.
Fifth page: shows the limits of RPM[/min], the min and max of the air pressure[kpa/psi], the highest ignition
angles[°] and the highes temperatures[°C/°F].
Info: To reset all limits (same is on page six) press the button for more than 2 second.
Power off and on also clears the limits
Sixth page: shows the actual level of knock sensors[mV] and the RPM[/min] at which the highest knock
level has been and the highest knock levels.
The five LEDs show warnings for water temperature, oil pressure and knock errors for each cylinder.
If there is no connection to the ECU the display shows an error and the LEDs are flashing!
FOR COMPETITION USE ONLY
No warranty of any engine damage
02-15-2006, 09:11 PM #4
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- Rydal, Georgia U S A
02-15-2006, 09:20 PM #5
FINALLY I get to see what that fucken gauge looks like, Ive only owned one for 3 months
02-15-2006, 10:04 PM #6
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