The LDX Logger Dash combines a digital display dash with an internal data recorder, creating a compact, lightweight, all-in-one data acquisition system. The LDX Logger Dash utilizes the benefits of Racepak's single cable V-Net technology by sharing the data from all sensors with the data logger. In addition to the wiring harness, which imports the signals from the engine RPM, driveshaft RPM, water temperature, oil pressure and battery voltage, up to 32 optional sensors may be attached via the single V-Net cable. This yields a total recording capacity of 37 sensor inputs. The LDX Logger Dash can record and upload data to a PC via a supplied serial cable, while at the same time displaying the input from up to 21 of those sensors on the display screen. With a simple push of a button, users can view the displayed sensor data by scrolling through four screens of information. Each page contains five user programmable sensor inputs, plus the engine RPM bar graph. Selecting what sensor data will be viewed is accomplished through the DatalinkII software. Also included are output ports to allow connection to an external shift light and warning light. Shift points can be programmed using the left and right buttons located at the bottom of the dash, while reviewing settings on the display. These same buttons are also utilized to program warning limits and review minimum and maximum values for displayed data. Channels - 37 total / V-Net: 32 digital / analog / harness: 5 (engine RPM, driveshaft RPM, water temperature, oil pressure, volts). Sample Rate - V-Net: up to 100 per second / digital: RPM and switch contacts up to 100 per second. Memory - 1MB recording time depends on number of channels monitored and sample rates. Dimensions - 10.200 in. (L) x 4.000 in. (W) x .750 in. (H) (25.908 cm. x 10.16 cm. x 1.905 cm.) / mounting surface to face / 2.000 in. OAL depth. Screen Dimensions: 7.250 in. x 2.625 in. (18.415 cm. x 6.6675 cm.). Weight 25 oz. (71 kg.)
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Racepak LLC was founded in 1985 by Spencer Eisenbarth and Ron Armstrong, originally as Racepak and its parent company, Competition Systems, Incorporated (CSI). Both men were engineers with strong backgrounds in electrical and mechanical applications, and both had an interest in motor sports. Through an earlier joint effort aimed at obtaining data for the improvement of the Unlimited Hydroplane that Armstrong was piloting at the time, both men realized the need for onboard data acquisition equipment. Their respective backgrounds qualified them to develop such equipment, but the major task that needed to be overcome was in designing and building a data recorder that could survive in the unfriendly world of race vehicles. That challenge became the initial goal that led to the formation of Competition Systems, Inc. The continued success of Racepak has allowed CSI to grow. In the years that have followed Eisenbarth and Armstrong have quietly guided CSI into a strong presence in many forms of motor sports.
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