Hacker/Tweaker AFR/Lambda Display Board
This is for you, the hard core Hacker/Tweaker
who wants to make your car stand out from the crowd with a super stealth
and clean in-dash installation. So file, grind and glue until you have
a clean, integrated, in-dash wideband AFR display.
|The Zeitronix Hacker/Tweaker is
a very small
AFR or Lambda display for the Zt-2 or Zt-3 Wideband Systems.
Designed to fit into tight spots, full board
dimensions are less than 2" by 1". The minimum opening to display the
digital readout is only 0.56 x 1.4 inches. It's an open frame and bare board
display meant to be mounted in the dash, in place of a stock clock or
wherever you, the Hacker/Tweaker wants to mount a discrete wideband
display. Like all LED displays it requires a tinted foil or Lexan cover.
There are two mounting holes for screws or standoffs. It powers up right
from the Zt-2 or Zt-3 DATA port.
This is an open frame unit. Handle with care and keep ESD precautions.
The Hacker/Tweaker is available in units of AFR or Lambda and blue or red
gallery (and below) for some inspiring display installation pictures.
|Installed AFR Display
Dual Channel Wideband AFR setups available
Many thanks to Atlantic Motorsports, MD for
Sizes and Specifications
Full board dimensions are less than 2" by 1",
only 1.975 x .930 inches (50.17 x 23.62 mm),
board thickness is approximately 0.5" (12 mm)
Digit readout area is 0.56 x 1.40
inches (14.22 x 35.56 mm)
Two mounting holes for #4 (or 3mm) screws.
Cable length is
5 feet to reach your under dash Zt-2 or Zt-3 and can be extended if necessary