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Up for sale is a gently used Innovate Motorsports LMA-3 with complete instillation kit. Reason for selling it is I am switching to a standalone EM in January and will no longer need this to datalog. SOLD on EBay

LMA-3 Multi-sensor Device (AuxBox)

The AuxBox attaches to the auxiliary input of the LM-1 or it can be integrated into the MTS serial chain. The AuxBox has 5 built-in sensors. The 5 internal sensors are: Manifold Air Pressure (MAP or Boost), Cylinder Head Temperature (CHT) or Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT), RPM conversion (from a tach signal or inductive clamp), Acceleration, and Injector Duty Cycle (or Dwell). The internal MAP sensor is a 3-bar absolute pressure sensor, providing accurate data up to 44.1 PSIA. The temperature measurement circuit features a K-type thermocouple. The internal accelerometer features 2 axis measurements for a variety of mounting options. The AuxBox also includes 5 external inputs for connecting external sensors in lieu of the internal sensors. This allows users to log data from external sensors like TPS or MAF.

Provides 5 channels of data
3-Bar MAP / Boost
RPM
Injector Duty Cycle
EGT / CHT
2-Axis Accelerometer
MTS compliant



Another key application of the AuxBox is road testing. Even a dyno doesn’t provide as much real data as road testing. Factors like air flow, side force, and load vary significantly on a real road. Use LogWorks to view fuel mapping, perform statistical analysis, overlay graphs, and playback a log on the virtual gauges. You can also view real-time data on LogWorks’ gauges if you want to take your laptop on the road. Correlating AFR, RPM, MAP, and CHT, for example, is essential when tuning piggy-back fuel controllers, ECUs, or performance carburetors.






 
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