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The POD-300 is an accessory display for Dynojet devices that support DJ-CAN;
including the popular Power Commander V, AutoTune, WideBand 2, and CMD.

Simply connect the included CAN cable and you’re ready to go;
there’s no need to tap power or deal with other messy connections.



Need to adjust your tune in the field, or datalog the supported channels
to further refine your tune?

No problem, with the POD-300 you’re just a few clicks away
from taking advantage of the many features with it’s easy to use menu system.

Key Benefits
- Real time fuel adjustments
- Display channels real-time: RPM, TP, map position (when using map switch), duty cycle,
fuel change, ignition change & wideband air/fuel ratio- (w/WB2 or AutoTune connected)
- Weather resistant for use in all conditions
- Log channels saved to internal memory and can be viewed / analyzed with Dynojet’s PowerCore Software
- High contrast display, viewable in direct sunlight




For more information & pricing, click on the link below

>> DynoJet POD-300 Digital Display <<



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Hey HR - what other options can you do with this?
How does it compare to lcd200?
 

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honestly for a little more money we prefer the LCD 200

its full color and touch screen
where the POD 300 is monochrome and not touchscreen

the LCD200 can also change the WBC2 low voltage output Which is very nice feature .

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The pod300 can't chnage the wb2 settings?
Is the lcd200 still available? I was told the pod300 took over the lcd200 now
 

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The pod300 can't chnage the wb2 settings? ...
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Currently............. that is correct. It may change eventually.



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Is the lcd200 still available?
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.We have 40 left in stock..


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....... I was told the pod300 took over the lcd200 now
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That's sort of what happened.
Reality.. it was to lower cost to the end user.
Remove the Touch screen.
Remove the Color screen.
Reduce cost, make a less expensive product to sell to the masses.


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Are you able to view engine temp with JUST a PCV and a POD-300?


Was also wondering about AFR but assuming you would need the Wideband in order to view AFR correct?
http://www.hondagrom.net/forums/13-grom-performance/6922-pcv-pod-display-factory-eot-sensor.html
Well we have this, so i dont think so?

I dont see why the EOT sensor voltage couldnt be hooked up to one of the analog inputs to the PCV though, you would just have to calibrate it, and that would most likely require you to have a temp gauge in the first place.
Edit: the more i think about this, the more i begin to realize that the EOT sensor is probably just a thermistor, so it wouldnt be able to feed information (voltage) to the PCV as is. If it is a thermistor, this could be accomplished with the use of a wheatstone bridge.
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheatstone_bridge)
Actual application of the wheatstone bridge and a thermistor: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resistance_thermometer#Two-wire_configuration

If we are lucky, this could be a thermocouple, but the wires leading to the unit lead me to believe it is not. A thermocouple would also output voltages in the <20 mV range, which i dont think the PCV has the ability to read.


Likewise with the AFR, you could get the narrowband AFR voltage reading, but it would really only be useful to tell you if you are above, below, or at stoich.
 

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Hey HR - what other options can you do with this?
How does it compare to lcd200?
1000 times better than the lcd 200, very readable in the sun-light and I would recommend it to anyone using the PCV-WB02 setup. I'm one of the few who have used it to monitor my BBK kit system.

Worth getting.
 

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1000 times better than the lcd 200, very readable in the sun-light and I would recommend it to anyone using the PCV-WB02 setup. I'm one of the few who have used it to monitor my BBK kit system.

Worth getting.
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Maybe not quite 1000 x better. ;-)

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Does anyone know what type of signal that is sent from the Groms temp sensor? I was doing some additional research and the PCV has an optional analog signal input. If the Groms sensor produces a 0-5v analog wave signal the analog input on the PCV can read it as well which means the POD-300.
 

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Does anyone know what type of signal that is sent from the Groms temp sensor? I was doing some additional research and the PCV has an optional analog signal input. If the Groms sensor produces a 0-5v analog wave signal the analog input on the PCV can read it as well which means the POD-300.
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Thinking you would need access to the cross reference chart.

ie....... x ohm = y temp

Assuming it's linear.... but it may not be.

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