Classic Needle Speedometer with digital display for tachometer, voltmeter, and hour meter.
- Clastic 85mm needle speedometer or tachometer with digital LCD display.
- LCD shows digital functions of speedometer, tachometer, maximum RPM and SPD, average speed, trip meter 1/2, odometer, riding time, total riding time, total hour meter, volt meter, temperature meter, volt meter and clock.
- Integrates 6 LED warning lamps with different symbols depending on model. Built-in RGB LED backlight, user can adjust his/her prefer backlight color. Backlight can be switched on independently.
- Fast processor so can connect to pulse type gearbox speed sensors. Allows end user to adjust odometer when the odometer is less than 30km / 18.6 miles.
- Universal wheel circumference setting range: 1-3999mm.
- CA-085-1XX/2XX includes main unit, bracket, RPM sensing wire, speed sensor, fitting kits, wiring harness and sleeve of main unit.
- Excellent water resistant, anti-vibration structure and noise immunity design.
- Indicates speedometer by analogue needle.
- Speedometer Scale shows the needle maximum speed of the model as bellows:
RPM: Digital Tachometer
- It displays digital tachometer up to 19,990RPM and displays 19,999 rpm when tachometer is over 20,000rpm.
- It has 2 wires to pick up RPM signal, the yellow wire is to connect to Plug, and white wire is for signal from ECU or Ignition coil.
Shift Warning RPM
- The function enables you to set up a shift warning RPM.
- Shift warning LED indicator flashes when RPM reaches setting value, and stops flashing after you shift gear.
MAX RPM: Maximum Tachometer
Displays highest tachometer achieved since last Reset operation
- Displays speed meter up to 399.9 Km/H or 248.5 MPH.
- The maximum frequency from speed sensor is 7K Hz.
- With a small wheel size and large number of pulses per wheel revolution it may not be possible to display very high speeds.
MAX SPD: Maximum Speed Meter
Displays highest speed achieved since last Reset operation.
AVG: Average Speed Meter
It calculates average speed from last RESET. The AVG is calculated from TRIP be divided by RT.
TRIP 1 or 2: Trip Meter 1 or 2
TRIP function accumulates trip distance since last RESET as long as bike/vehicle is moving