Logger and controller

  • 28-Jul-2009 01:40 EDT
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The third evolution of the MoTeC advanced dash logger, the ADL3, is suited for cars and marine applications. This fully programmable, all-in-one display logger and controller maintains its outward appearance yet offers enhancements on the inside including 10 times more processing power than its predecessor, 250-MB logging capability, and fast ethernet download. The ADL3 provides two independent CAN (controller area network) buses, built-in advanced math functions, and an internal three-axis g-force sensor. Data can be logged at up to 1000 samples per second, and more than 300 channels can be derived from a mixture of analog and digital inputs, RS232, and CAN data channels. Four auxiliary outputs enable user-defined control of external devices such as pumps, fans, and solenoids. Many GPS devices are supported, allowing the ADL3 to record speed, generate lap times, and measure position information, which can be used to create track maps and plot and compare driven lines.

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