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    EMS display

    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!
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    Darn it, It woun't open for me

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    Racing Display3000LRD LWO050325
    Connections
    grey cable:
    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
    green cables:
    compensated thermcouple cables for the high temperature measurement.
    Do not plug in or out while voltage is applied!
    Operation:
    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.
    Pages:
    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.
    LEDs:
    The five LEDs show warnings for water temperature, oil pressure and knock errors for each cylinder.
    Info:
    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
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    FINALLY I get to see what that fucken gauge looks like, Ive only owned one for 3 months

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