KStrike155 said:Has anybody used one of these for their Autometer A/F ratio gauge? I want to my gauge into something that would actually be useful...
So, any opinions?
Cheaper kits out there? So far this is the cheaped I can find...
[Twitch] said:The LC1 is wideban AFR that output an analog signal to eithere a datalogging device(laptop etc) or an analog gauge. That Autometer gauge is actually a the normal narrowband AFR gauge. You won't see any AFR numbers, just that little LED going around the gauge, giving you and approximate AFR(Rich, Stoich, Lean).
The whole point of Wideband AFR is to get precise reading, meaning, actual numbers.
If you want a gauge type wideband, the LC1 Standalone Gauge kit from Innovate Motorsport is better, but of course more expensive.
I have the LM1 AFR unit with datalogging, can't wait to bring my car out of storage to tune with it
jstreet0204 said:Not exactly true. The analog output for datalogging is completely different than the output for the autometer guage. The analog output for datalogging has a range of 1-5 volts and the datalogger you use has to have a mapping for the guage to know what a/f ratio equal what voltage.
The output for the autometer guage has an adapter that converts it to a voltage range of 0 to 1 volt. Each light on the guage represents an exact a/f value so it is still very accurate, just not very easy to read in my opinion. I prefer having numbers to look at.
rconaway said:What is the difference between the LC-1 and the LM-1 and which one is the most accurate?