Key Features All 1996 and later vehiclessupported, including American, Asian, and European Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 10 Supported(32-bit and 64-bit, all versions) Easy installation - no hard wiring required 280 selectableparameters and simultaneously record up to 16 English and Metric units of measure. EnhancedOBD II parameters Includes Dyno-Scan for Windows software for PC-baseddiagnostics Can be dash mounted or handheld Quick release windshield mount option Powerful 32-bit microprocessor SD / MMC card slot for recording data Auto-Record feature for no-touch, long-term recordingover days, weeks or months Backlit high-contrast LCD display with temperaturecontrast compensation Auto power-on when vehicle is started Record GPS data using an external GPS receiver View GPS data within Google Earth TrackVisiondata file export for making in-car videos (TrackVision sold separately) Powered from an OBD II cable or A/C adapter Measures Horsepower and Torque corrected per SAE 1349 0-60mph, 1/8 and 1/4 mile, and top speed Trip computer with instant and average fuel economy Playback recorded data and use fast forward/reversefor quick navigation Three user programmable alarm lights Record / play and keyboard shift key indicator lights 8 button backlit keypad with secondary functions USB port for connection to a PC Two expansion ports for optional accessories andsensor logging Four external analog inputs, a digital input, adigital output, and a serial port Analog input range select (0-6V, 0-12V and 0-24V) 2-channel digital oscilloscope mode Customizable sensor conversion formulas Software wizards offer step by step guidance Corrects measurements for inaccurate speedometer dueto non-stock tire size Read and clear diagnostic trouble codes Enhanced and generic code definitions displayed onscreen Turn off Check Engine or Service Engine Soon light Line graphs, bar graphs, meters and gauges All graph screens zoom in/out and scrollright/left/up/down Axis labels auto-hide after 3 seconds providingunobstructed graph views Min/max axis labels update with zoom and scroll 256-point per channel buffer on graph screens J1850 (VPW, PWM), ISO 9141, ISO 14320 (KWP), and ISO15765 (CAN bus) protocols CAN bus 6x mode reads six sensors at once from thevehicle Easy installation - plugs into the vehicle OBD IIdiagnostic port Low-profile OBD II cable connector Free software upgrades installed through the mini USBport 1-year warranty
The dyno uses a high quality 6061 aluminum frame cover around the flywheel to protect from high rpm speeds produced by your motors. Yet we still offer the ability to see the flywheel spinning action by adding a clear window screen.
The dyno uses the engine to simply accelerate a flywheel (variable load). We calculate the mechanical power and mechanical torque of the motor by knowing the flywheels inertia (resistance of an object to a change in its state of motion) and it's acceleration. We offer different sizes and materials to best suit your motor application. Additional flywheels can be purchased separately.
I was given a license for @dynobase a little while ago, and it's quickly crept into my dev workflow. So much easier to interact with DynamoDB, over the AWS console. I would say if you work with DynamoDB it's a must have tool.
Penske Racing Shocks is proud to enter the shock dyno market with our S-Link dyno line, the smoothest and quietest dyno on the market! We have taken the same approach in the design of our industry leading shock absorbers.
Immediately you will notice small but very important details. The s-Link (slider linkage) dyno has a necessary on/off switch. A small cleverly placed LED will alert the user when the dyno is under power. No more guessing or trying to pear through a window to see if your dyno is left on.
Along with being silent and pleasing to the eye, s-link is also the best performing dyno available. The standard 2hp dyno can pull -1000lbs + zero point up to 18 inches per second. This is more than current 3hp models available from other manufactures. The standard load cell will read up to -2000lbs of load. This is all possible because of the efficient design. Direct drive (gear box) with helical cut gears ensures minimal backlash. Direct drive maximized your motors output, meaning you can get higher performance out of a small package.
The S-Link is also eliminated all the wires and cables. Our dyno operates by simply plugging in 2 USB cables (provided). We have also removed the security dongle, this is now integral, so you don't have to worry about misplacing it.
Along with your dyno, you will receive one year free on-line tech support through our TeamViewer app. This makes software and PC tech support a breeze. This is a $500 value, free with purchase of dyno.
TeamViewer is a comprehensive remote access, remote control, and remote support solution that works with almost every desktop and mobile platform, including Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS. TeamViewer lets you remote in to computers or mobile devices located anywhere in the world and use them as though you were there. Plus, you can remotely connect to servers, commercial-grade machines, and IoT devices from anywhere, at any time through our secure global remote access network.
The system is comprised of the Commander Computer, a modified desktop PC; and the Workstation, a touch-screen operated unit housed in a rugged industrial enclosure. Both systems communicate to each other through an Ethernet cable, providing rapid data transfer speeds, wiring simplicity, and LAN connections.
The program can be run from your desktop computer, command line, or via Google Chrome or Firefox add-ons. It assists by generating reports of these five evaluation results, and reports are supported in HTML format. Browser plugins supported include both Google Chrome and Firefox. Total Validator automatically checks single web pages, groups of web pages or websites, and password protected or restricted pages. Supported formats include HTML and XHTML. The most recent version 8.5 was released on August 3, 2014, and licensing is free as well as in commercial format.
Closing the lid should no longer put the computer into sleep mode when an external display and power source is connected, instead one of the external displays should now become the Primary display with the desktop icons instead of the laptop's built-in display.
Experience the same exact, sounds, presets, and samples on your iPad or iPhone Device. You can save sample space by storing samples on your external SSD or Thumb drive and experience ultra fast sample loading. Our iOS apps have the same user experience as the desktop.
By allowing testing of a wide range of components and specifications, without buying a single component or turning a single wrench, the engine simulation software allows you to save money and dyno time by being able to concentrate only on the areas which have shown promise in the simulation.
To that end, in this article, we are going to take an in-depth look at the software and its features, then model two real-world engines and compare their performances on the dyno to their simulated performances in the program.
After the simulation, DynoSim5 shows an estimated peak power of 518 horsepower at 7,500 rpm (remember the program only calculates in 500-rpm increments) and 412 lb-ft of torque at 5,500 rpm. The actual numbers from the dyno cell were 510 horsepower at 7,600 rpm, and 398 lb-ft at 5,400 rpm. That is +3.5-percent on the torque and +1.5-percent on horsepower, with almost identical curve shapes and power peaks within 100 rpm of actual.
You can install the software on as many machines as you like, though you'll only be able to log data from your car with one PC - the one you have the hardware plugged into! So you can install one copy on your laptop (for logging), and have another copy on your desktop PC for later analysis. You can even give your friends a copy to view your logs on.
In this List of Perkins engines, family type refers to the two letter designation Perkins Engines gives each engine. This nomenclature was introduced in 1978 under Perkins' new engine numbering scheme, where the family type is encoded in each unique serial number. Engines that went out of production prior to 1978 may have been retroactively assigned a family type to expedite parts support (this is the case with the Perkins 4.107). Some engines never entered production, such as the Perkins 4.224, but were assigned a family type. In the early years, Perkins gave names to their engines, beginning with the smallest Wolf. The larger Lynx and Leopard followed (all four-cylinders), with the 1937 P6 was intended to be called the \"Panther.\" After a lawsuit from motorcycle manufacturer Phelon & Moore, Perkins dropped the Panther (and Python and Puma for the corresponding P3 and P4 models) and stuck to abbreviations from then on.
To find your Hydra Serial Number there are several ways to retrieve it depending on how old your Hydra is. On the newer Hydras (7/1/21 to present) the serial number will be located on a white label affixed to the chip itself. The older chips won't have this label. On the newer ones, you can find the serial number on the outside of the white box that it was packaged in as well. 1e1e36bf2d