User defined Gauge Parameters
You can define a number of different gauges that can read information from any of the standard information channels such as RPM, Load, TPS, Air/fuel ratio, etc.
This can be set to "No Display" or one of 4 display types, Digit Gauge, Dial Gauge, Bar Gauge and Scope Gauge. When set to "No Display" then there will be no gauge shown for this channel.
This value will be displayed at the top of each gauge. Enter a name that will describe the actual unit being displayed. ie: Exhaust Temp cylinder 1 if this input channel is reading the exhaust temperature of cylinder 1.
Unit of Measure
This will also be displayed along with the description. This is an extra description that you can use to enter the unit of measure such as Kpa, Psi, Celsius, etc
Minimum and Maximum
These values define the upper and lower limits of the gauge. The gauge will indicate values between these two parameters.
This value works with the minimum and maximum values so that the gauge can calculate the correct display value from the actual data value. ie: To define an RPM gauge showing from 0 to 6000 RPM and the numbers on the dial to read 0 to 60 you would set the minimum at 0 and the maximum at 60 and a multiplier value of 100.
Stinger 4 instruction manual version 2.0