The Zeitronix Wideband Air Fuel Ratio Meter is a must for a serious tuner whether you have a standalone engine management system, piggyback fuel control or a carbureted engine. With this system, you can tune for more power, closer to the edge, precisely monitoring Air/Fuel ratio, RPM and throttle
position datalogging up to 9 hours of data with a blazing rate of 74 samples per seconds per graph. The ZDL software can be utilized as a real time display when using a basic Zt-2 kit without the hardware display. Optional boost and EGT sensor inputs and many display options increase functionality and usefulness.
Stylish, machined, brushed aluminum or anodized black bezel and slim enclosure
High contrast LED display
Large 0.4" (10mm) digits - available in Blue or Red
Slim design for flexible gauge mounting options
Programmable to startup as an AFR or Lambda gauge
Peak and Hold feature
Now with USER1 and USER2 feature, which allows you to see more data from a single gauge
The Gauge works with all versions of the Zeitronix Zt-2 Wideband AFR meter and Datalogging System. The ZR-2 plugs into the Zt-2 DATA port and can be used while datalogging.
Clean and easy plug and play installation: power and display information is provided using one wire connecting to the Zt-2 DATA port. The ZR-2 cable length is 5 ft (1.5m)
Fully digital, smallest wideband O2 controller and datalogging system in the world!
Zt-2 controller is about the size of 1" thick business card.
Extremely compact design for installation where space is a premium
Operating voltage 10V to 18V
Switching power supply for oxygen sensor heater
Precise sensor temperature control
Reverse polarity protection
Integrated self-resetable 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
Bosch Wideband O2 sensor
Linear Wideband Output AFR=Vx2+9.6
Nonlinear Wideband Output
Serial data output to the Zeitronix Wideband LCD Display
Serial data output for real time datalogging (PC laptop required)
RPM Input ( tachometer or primary side ignition coil input).
The RPM input works in any car and any ignition system. No additional adapters needed!
Simulated Narrowband Output to feed a stock ECU
Throttle Position Input
Boost Sensor Input
EGT Probe Input
User Input/Warning Output
1.43 to 0.64 Wideband
21.0 to 9.5 Wideband
25.5 inHg (650 mmHg)
50 PSI (3.5 Bar) MAP Sensor
Vacuum to 35.3 PSI (2.4 Bar) pressure
75 PSI (5 Bar) MAP Sensor
Vacuum to 60 PSI (4.1 Bar) pressure
150 PSI (10 Bar) Pressure Sensor
0 to150 PSI Gauge (0 to 10 Bar)
392 F - 2200 F or 200 C - 1200 C
Analog Wideband Output
0 - 5V
0 - 18,000
0 - 5V
(Zt-2 Model 2010 -- sold 10/15/2009 and later)
Configurable: 50/75/150 PSI Sensors, Air/Fluid Temperature Sensors
(additional sensor display support through ZDL software)
ZDL Datalogging Software The Zt-2 communicates with the PC Laptop via the serial port. The ZDL logging software records up to 9 hours of data per single file. Different screen options are available. It has a black background for easy night tuning. The logging start, stop and pause accessible from
keyboard shortcuts. Excel and text data export.
You do not need P4, P3 or even P2 laptop. We understand that you want to leave your new laptop at home and dedicate the old one to car tuning. We give you well optimized software. If your laptop is capable of running Win95 and up it is good enough for the Zeitronix logging software.
The digital gauge screen option could be used when purchasing the Zt-2 without the LCD display.
Basic Sales Questions; Do
you have it? How much is it? Will it get me dates with hot women? Do you ship to
my far away foreign country?
Stump The Chump Freak Tech Questions;
Will it work on a Borgward? When will you have Palm software? Does my mom dress
me funny? I cant get the tach signal to read from a MSD distributor on a 64
Falcon... It does not work anymore after I wrapped the O2 harness around the
glowing red exhaust manifold... I was swinging the display around by the cable
and now for some reason the display does not work... What is the TPS signal wire
location for a Polonez 1.5 Turbo?