Dash Displays

Dash Displays allow for clear, concise and logic controlled information from the vehicle’s electronics systems to be presented to the driver and team from within the cockpit of the car.

Consisting of a completely customisable colour display screen, along with programmable multi-colour shift lights and status LED’s, these displays allow you to replace all of the conventional gauges and warning lights in your dashboard with one unit.

Multiple different display ‘pages’ can be configured to present differing information and the pages can be changed using various physical buttons or switches in the cockpit or using logical control based off of sensor information from the other systems in the car.

Alarms can be configured to notify the driver to systems and sensors operating outside of configurable limits.

On track, the display can be configured to show only vital performance information to the driver including past lap times and their current lap performance against their previous best.

In the pits, the display can be used by the team to help with the setup and calibration of sensors and for fault finding issues with the car.

The shift lights can be used to help the driver to change gears at the optimum point whilst the side LED’s can be used to alert the driver of issues or to display other useful information such as Traction Control Intervention or to indicate which wheels have locked under braking etc.

Displays can come in two types;

‘Dumb Displays’ which are thinner, lighter units with the sole purpose of displaying information. These are considered as dumb due to the fact that the control of the display pages and calibration of any sensors etc. associated with the data system is handled by another device in the system, such as a Data Logger or Power Distribution Module.

‘Dash Loggers’ are bigger units which combine the hardware and functionality of both a dumb dash display and a data logger in one unit.