Peak hold for guages

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Peak hold for guages

Postby Eddyg » Thu Jan 26, 2017 6:12 am

Hi Trev,

Looked through threads and couldn't find anything so was just wondering if anyone had ever asked or you had looked into a peak hold value for gauges?

When I was running an Apexi power FC the hand commander used to just keep track of the max values which could be quite useful if you were not looking at the gauges all the time.

Don't know how much of a pain this would be but just an idea!

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Re: Peak hold for guages

Postby Spiffy » Thu Nov 02, 2017 2:46 pm

Bumping this as this is something I would like also, as an option maybe? Also the ability to flip and rotate gauges?
And a follow option for editing ve maps?


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Re: Peak hold for guages

Postby benckj » Thu Nov 02, 2017 7:05 pm

Can always use the datalog feature to display all the info and it also lists max/min values for everything recorded.

For real time monitoring I like the idea of the digital value flashing 3 times before it resets. This allows you to note the max value recorded while driving (ie boost, RPM).

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Re: Peak hold for guages

Postby Spiffy » Fri Nov 03, 2017 11:39 am

Of course but I'm thinking for real time monitoring, like you see in tunerstudio or realdash where an outline of the needle will stay at the max recorded value for some time.
The blinking numerical value isn't a bad idea either, my greddy profec boost controller has that feature

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