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    Does anybody have any experience with zeitronix wideband dataloggers?

    I was doing a little bit of research today because I am looking for a wideband datalogging solution for my car. Something I can install permanently with a gauge and also have the ability to plug in a laptop and log some data. I also want a datalogger that has the capability of setting an alarm off in my car if my afr goes too lean under boost. This can do it. It will look at a number of variables and set an alarm based on what the user has assigned in the program.

    I'd like to know if anyone has experience with these dataloggers. If you can think of a better product that will do ALL of what I need, let me know!

    Your input is appreciated!

    Here is a link to their site: http://www.zeitronix.com/index.html

    The zt-2 is what I am looking at in conjunction with the Warning and trigger box ZAVT-1

    Zt-2 Specs

    0.1 AFR accuracy
    Operating voltage 10V to 18V
    Switching power supply for oxygen sensor heater
    Precise sensor temperature control
    Reverse polarity protection
    Integrated self resettable fuse
    Positive lock connectors
    Protected inputs and outputs
    Flexible Plug and Play Sensor Harness with a small, easy to route through the fire wall, connector
    Wideband Oxygen Sensor included
    Easy to install plug and play kit
    Adjustable Narrowband Switching Point
    Warning Alarms and Triggers

    Inputs/Outputs:

    Bosch Wideband O2 sensor Input
    Linear Wideband Output AFR = Volts * 2 + 9.6
    Serial data output to the Zeitronix LCD, ZR-1 AFR, and ZR-2 Multi-Gauge Displays
    Serial data output for real time datalogging (PC laptop required)
    RPM Input (tachometer, primary side ignition coil, crank, cam sensor).
    The RPM input works in any car and any ignition system. No additional adapters needed!
    Simulated and adjustable Narrowband Output to feed a stock ECU
    Throttle Position Sensor Input
    Boost (MAP) Sensor Input
    Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) probe Input
    Warning Output for use with ZAVT-1 warning/trigger box
    5V output for sensors

    User1 Input:
    - 0-5 volt analog input. Voltage data is viewable on all models of the LCD display.
    Software support for the display of Zeitronix pressure sensors.
    - Customized data conversions can be entered to match 0-5 volt sensor specifications.
    All converted User1 data values are displayed only in the software.

    User2 Input:
    - 0-5 volt analog input OR configurable to be used with Fuel/Oil/Boost pressure sensors and Air/Water/Oil/Transmission temperature sensors.
    - Data is displayed on the 2010 Model LCD and ZR-2 Multi-gauge as a pressure or temperature.
    - Zeitronix Data Logger software will display and log data according to sensor type.
    - Customized data conversions can be entered to match 0-5 volt sensor specifications.
    Customized data conversion values are displayed in the Zeitronix Data Logger software only.

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    Here is a review of the Innovate LM-2 and the Zeitronix ZT-2 loggers.


    I have a lot of experience with these LM-2 dataloggers and they are not very good tuning tools. I have found them to be very very problematic.

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    Anyone care to share some thoughts?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by THATDONFC Click here to enlarge
    Anyone care to share some thoughts?
    Seems that nobody has any experience with the topic, bump...

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    what do you suggest then?

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    I have had good luck with Zeitronix in the past....
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    I believe Zeit are the most expensive option, I have used the Innovate LC1 and have had good luck with it.
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    The LC-1 is great for a wideband afr gauge/datalogger. It won't log boost and rpm though. Plus, I can hook up a lean condition alarm to the zeitronix which is what I am ultimately looking for.

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