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Separate warning limits for minimum pressure, maximum pressure, minimum temperature, maximum temperature and remaining battery life can be set for each wheel. If a sensor falls outside of the specified limits it is immediately highlighted on the screen, thereby allowing teams to ensure all their tyres are in the optimum condition at all times.
Users have the option of sorting the data on the screen either by sensor serial number, by wheel set number or having tyres which have warnings present, automatically displayed at the top of the screen. Regardless of the sorting option chosen, the system displays for each corner of the car, a summary at the top informing the user of how many wheel sensors on that position have been receiver, and how many have warnings present.
The user also has the option of clicking on a single wheel from a complete set to allow them to view just the data for that wheel set in a sub window. This is very useful if an engineer wishes to monitor in close detail the condition of one particular tyre set.
To ensure that the tyre pressures displayed are corrected for ambient pressure changes arising either from weather conditions, or from elevation changes, the user has the option of either manually entering the atmospheric pressure into the software, or choosing to use one of their wheel sensors which is not mounted in a wheel, as an ambient pressure sensor. This ensures that all times the pressures displayed are correct.
The Garage Monitoring Software bundle consists of the following items:
- 1 x Garage Monitoring PC Software
- 1 x Garage Monitoring ECU
- 4 x Garage Monitor Antennae
- 1 x Connector Kit Consisting Of 4 x Antenna Loom Connectors and 1 x ECU Loom Connector
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