ADU 5" & 7" Display & MFD15
Is an Advanced Display Unit with Logging In an answer to market demand for a cost-effective dash-display solution, we are proud to announce the new ECUMASTER Racing Dash family of products. Our specific goal was to create a fully customizable, feature-rich, quality solution for professional drivers.
Based on their requirements and suggestions, we have designed and manufactured the perfect device to please every race driver and their engineering team. We know how important it is to have a readable and easily configurable dash logger. One which clearly displays all the necessary data readings and even more importantly, comprehensively relays all important alarms to the driver in a compelling manner.
Our Advanced Display Units are available in 5” and 7” versions. Featuring high resolution, high visibility anti-glare screens, these guarantee perfect visibility even in adverse weather conditions. The ADU comes with multiple pre-configured pages, which can be customized by the end user to display data required at every race stage (e.g. practice, qualification, race, troubleshooting, etc.) and changed manually or automatically (based on an advanced conditions system ). Each channel displayed on a page (gauges, icons, texts, etc.) can be easily modified using user-friendly, Windows based software.
Our comprehensive overlay system facilitates a multiple page display for important data (e.g. low oil pressure, best lap, etc.) independently of the actual page displayed. The ADUs are also equipped with 15 ultra-bright RGB LED diodes which can be used as an advanced gear-depended shift light and can be modified by user defined logic (e.g. alarms, low fuel level, etc.). Using IR beacons or a GPS system the dash turns into a powerful lap timer with a predictive timing function. Advanced predictive lap timing, based on auto-update best reference lap is a feature of the qualification mode which can be activated by selecting the qualification page. Life time fuel consumption calculations are also part of the package. As a result of this functionality, it is possible to calculate the fuel remaining in the fuel tank with great accuracy (assuming the ECU is able to send momentary fuel consumption data). This is a MUST have feature for any endurance racer.
User configurable timers can be adjusted for additional functionality e.g. pit stop timer etc. The ADU also supports thermal cameras to monitor brake discs as well as tyre temperatures (up to 16 points per tyre). Cross communication with other devices in the car is provided via two built-in, independent CAN BUS communication ports. Fully user-configurable, CAN streams together with pre-configured communications templates, allowing you to connect our hardware to virtually every engine management system.
To ensure all of the features work together seamlessly, our device is based on a 32-bit automotive controller, paired with a state of the art graphics processor. Such a combination provides the perfect working environment for any engineer or driver and guarantees anti-aliased, high quality graphics at 50 frames per second. For further data analysis, data channels can be logged to a USB Flash drive with a frequency of up to 500Hz. All these “Must Have” features and more, are housed in a rugged, specially CNC machined, black anodized enclosure.
General Specifications Operating voltage: 6-22V, immunity to transients according to ISO 7637, with reverse polarity protection CPU: 32 bits, automotive, 90MIPS Temperature range: -30°C to 80°C Enclosure: Anodized aluminium, CNC machined, IP61 Connector: Automotive 36-way AMP connector 5” display: Antiglare TFT, 800x480, active area 108x64.8mm, luminance 600 cd/m2 7” display: Antiglare TFT, 800x480, active area 154.08x85.92mm, luminance 500 cd/m2 Alarms: 15 x ultrabright RGB LEDs Communication: CAN: 2 x CAN 2.0B (250, 500, 1000 kbps) independent Serial: RS232 (Rx,Tx) USB: Yes, for data logging (dash programming must be done via CAN, using CAN to USB adapter, Peak Pcan, or Kvaser cable) Inputs: Analogue inputs: 8 analogue inputs, 10 bits, 500Hz, software selectable pullups/pulldowns Digital inputs: 8 inputs with user defined sensitivity Outputs: General purpose 2 x protected 3A low side outputs Other: Accelerometer: 3 axis gyro and 3 axis acceleration Light sensor: Built in for auto brightness Temperature sensor:
Built in to trace device internal temperature Real time clock: Built in with battery backup Features: Lap Timer: Lap timer with memory, predictive timing, triggered by a beacon or GPS Customization: 48 available pages, user defined content, custom graphics allowed Functions: Math channels logical functions Overlays: Yes, user defined CAN stream: User defined, up to 48 input messages, predefined streams for popular ECUs Logging: Memory: USB Flash Memory Rate: Up to 500Hz per channel Real time clock: Yes
52mm Can-Bus multi display. Device in cooperation with Ecumaster and Can_Checked.
KEY FEATURESWireless internet access – Connect to your smartphone for setup, customizationCan-Bus – Access to our complete Can Bus database (TRI Files)Compact – 52mm installation diameter and only 12.5mm installation depth actually fits everywhereAdditional entrances – Connect additional sensors to the 6 analog inputsPreset alarms – Ready-made warnings can be easily activated and also customized. For example, get a big warning if the exhaust gas temperature is over 900 degrees.Online logging – ( Additional license required)Log your data with your smartphone and save the log for later analysisDifferent views:
-Double value plus bar
-More gauges… Performance Meter, Gear GaugeOnline DSS – oDSS – A completely new feature of our MFD15 Gen2 is access to the device via WLAN. So you no longer need a laptop/PC for the settings on your display.
Here you can set up your display completely, log values (license required), upload your own start image and also update the display.Supported values – Many customers always ask: “Which values can I request from my control unit”. The answer: ” ALL “. Our MFD15 is compatible with ISO 11898-2 and SAE J2284.The control unit manufacturers themselves determine which values are sent via the CAN bus interface. Documentation is important here – possibly even in the form of a DBC file that can be imported via our DSS . You can also access our extensive list of already implemented controllers. These can be found in the download area . A total of up to 64 sensors can be queried if the manufacturer supports this.Data available in the broadcast as well as OBD2 queries via Can Bus (11bit/29bit) are implemented. Special protocols such as UDS are also available.Included as standard are:
– OBD2 – 11bit/29bit
– Ecumaster Classic and Black
– BMW E46 Can Bus
– BMW E90 Can Bus
– Haltech v2
– KMS van Kronenburg
– Motec M1
– Megasquirt 2 and 3
– VW/AUDI PQ34/PQ35 etc.
– Audi S1 (CJX)
– Audi RS3/TT-RS (DAZA, DNWA/B/C)
– VW UP GTI (DKRA/B/C/D)