The Aim EVO 5 Car Racing Data Logger is the evolution of the traditional data logger that over the years has become a standard defacto data acquisition system in a huge amount of championships.
EVO5 samples all the information you need: data coming from your vehicle ECU via CAN, RS232 or K-line, from the internal accelerometers and gyro, from the GPS08 Module included in the kit. And from analog/digital inputs, external expansions as well as predefined math channels. Sensors can be connected to 8 configurable analog channels, to the RPM input and to 4 wheel speed inputs.
EVO5 features two digital outputs. The two digital outputs (Dout) are LOW SIDE type (switch to ground): they can be configured in order to be turned on/off depending on the value of the analog or digital inputs. They permit to automatically run external systems, i.e. to switch on/off additional lights, to activate/ de-activate a cooling fan or circulation pumps, etc. when a certain event happens.
With the CAN Output you can send messagesdirectly to an existing CAN network in orderto improve the range of vehicle control possibilities.
Allows youto record all possible data you may ever need. The card is protected by a waterproof door equipped with a sensor closing all files when you open it, to prevent any data loss possibility. No way to have a faster data downloading: you remove the SD and it is done.
Configure the system and download your data over a secure 802.11 WiFi connection, even if your car is 100 meters far from you.
EVO5 is the evolution of the traditional datalogger that, all over the years, has become a standard de facto acquisition system in a huge amount of championships. With its compact aluminum body, EVO5 can be easily placed in any vehicle. Its configuration with the new Race Studio 3 software is simple and immediate.
Simple and straightforward, one top quality harness for ALL your connections.
A 37 pin connector for main applications (power, CAN, Aim CAN network, etc.) and a 22 pins connector for additional functions like CAN2, digital outputs.