|01-18-2011, 11:20 AM||#1|
Camaro OBDII Aeroforce Scan Gauges!!!
Now available at Torq. Are you tired of having too many gauges and trying to figure out mounting locations for all of them? Now you can use Aeroforce Digital OBDII scan gauges to monitor everything professional tuners can as well as Analog inputs such as air-fuel, boost and fuel pressure all on one gauge
Camaro OBDII Aeroforce Scan Gauges & Accessories
Aeroforce Interceptor OBDII Camaro Scan Gauges (2010+ Camaro SS and V6)
The Interceptor gauge is 52mm (2 1/16") in diameter and will fit in all standard gauge pods of this size. A 9' cable is included with appropriate OBD2 connector. A splitter cable is included with the dual Interceptor units. The gauge comes configured with a black face and bezel but a polished aluminum silver bezel and white face are included.
A function menu is available by pushing both buttons simultaneously. One menu option allows you to enter a record mode. Once selected, the Interceptor will return to normal scan mode, but will start recording the displayed data automatically when the throttle exceeds 60%. Approximately 60 seconds of data will be stored. Returning to the menu screen, you can choose to replay the stored data on the Interceptor display.
The gauge displays 2 parameters at a time, but can be programmed to cycle through up to 8 parameters during a user determined period of time. This way you can monitor several items without taking any other actions.
Has high intensity warning lights that can be set using a 1 or 2 parameter algorithm. P1, P1 or P2, P1 and P2. For example, trigger the lights when rpm exceeds 6000 rpm, or when trans temp exceeds 230 F and coolant exceeds 210 F, or when air fuel ratio is above 12.5 and throttle is above 75%. Due to the gauges extremely fast update rate, this light is very accurate and easy to set. Once you try it you'll find you can't live without it!
Another menu option offers the ability to swap the foreground and backround colors of the display (as pictured below). Using this feature, for example, the gauge with a black backround and blue characters (negative image) becomes a blue backround with black characters (positive image). Not only can this be visually appealing but beneficial in changing lighting conditions. Positive images are easier to read in bright sunlight, negative at night.
The Interceptor's scan rate can also be adjusted through a menu function.
DTC's (Diagnostic Trouble Codes) can be accessed and cleared via menu options.This essential feature will help the gauge to pay for itself the first time the check engine light comes on. Those that have modified their vehicle will find this very handy when a sensor, vacuum line, etc. has been inadvertently left disconnected, or something was just not put back together properly.
The two analog inputs can be configured through menu choices. A linear conversion can be entered so that an analog signal connected to the gauge can be read in appropriate units. These inputs are handy for pressure signals such as those from MAP and oil pressure sensors, analog outputs from Air/Fuel ratio kits, etc. These signal can then be read and recorded along side the other parameters obtained on the vehicle's bus.
The gauge has bi-directional controls allowing for manual control of the low and high speed fans, CASE relearn and ECU reset on GM vehicles, and on most Chrysler vehicles the transmission controller can be reset and Electronic Stability Program can also be completely turned off to improve track performance.
New optional relay output module allows you to control a 12v relay based on values of OBD2 or analog input data.
Last but not least, the Interceptor will measure 0-60 times, as well as 1/8 and 1/4 mile time and speeds. This is accomplished through a simple menu selection. This function is not available on the ISO based (older imports) due to slower bus speeds.
Installation in most cases is accomplished by simply plugging the supplied connector into the OBD2 port below the steering wheel. Literally plug-and-play! Some vehicles such as those requiring the ISOi version (older imports) require switched 12v power. The rear connector of the gauge has a provision for this so installation is still a snap!
Dual Interceptor Option: Two Interceptors can be purchased with a special splitter cable that allows both gauges to operate simultaneously. The second gauge of a dual set in most cases is simply another single gauge programmed to working in tandem.
The Interceptor scan gauge is capable of displaying over 100 parameters, two at a time (8 using cyclic scan), at an adjustable rate of up to approximately 20 times per second. Not all are supported by every vehicle, so there is no guarantee that the Interceptor will display all of these on your particular car or truck. If the vehicle is broadcasting the parameter, the Interceptor will recognize this and make it available for display. A sample list is below...
* Intake Air Temperature (post Intercooler)
* Ambient Air Temperature (pre Intercooler)
* Engine Coolant Temperature
* Exhaust Gas Temperature (PCM Calculated)
* Transmission Temp. (auto trans)
* Manifold Pressure (vacuum/boost) displayed in PSI
* Fuel Temperature
* Battery Voltage
* Battery Temp
* Injector Pulse Width in msec.
* Injector Duty Cycle (%)
* and much more!
All sorts of optional sensors and custom faces available!
|01-24-2011, 10:03 AM||#2|
Drives: 11 2SS/RS E-Force Supercharged
Join Date: Apr 2010
Exactly which parameters are available to display from the 2010-2011 Camaro's ODBII port without adding any additional sensors?
11 IOM 2SS/RS E-Force Supercharged. 616 RWHP/578 RWTQ. Click link for my journal!!!
|01-28-2011, 07:09 PM||#4|
I'm not totally useless..
Drives: 2010 SIM 2SS/RS A6 SC LPO Rallies
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Cali - NorthBay
I can be used as a bad example! - Born on 10/05/09 MyCamaroBuildInfo
|02-03-2011, 08:20 AM||#5|
You can log:
and much much more
The additional sensors would allow for true boost, air fuel and fuel pressure readings
|06-27-2011, 09:15 PM||#7|
My car runs on acorns....
Drives: 2010 SS RS Inferno Orange
Join Date: Feb 2010
Price please, dual gauge, pod and boost hookup
My car runs on acorns, the tears of ricers and these other slightly less important things...
2.9 Polished Whipple, Kooks LT 1 7/8 headers, HiFlow Cats, Kooks Sleeper catback, Cooling Mist Methanol Injection, PFADT Sport Sways, PFADT Springs, PFADT rear trailing arms, ADM intake, JDP stainless brake lines, Jegs Catch can, Stock SS wheels widened to 10 3/4, Hawks HPS Pads, Pedders Rear Subframe Bushing Inserts, BMR Center Brace, MSD BAP, AAC side markers, Emblem Pro's Custom Lighted Door Sills, Dash-Floor-Cupholder ABL lighting and other stuff....
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