Chrome dashboard is a true innovation among motorbike aftermarket dashboards. Thanks to a true colour 800x480 display and to a 400MHz processor, this dashboard guarantees extreme flexibility both for the designer and for the final user. Thanks to this new technology it is possible to configure the main screen to best fit riders needs, either on the roads or on tracks, allowing proper room for each display indicator. A colour display allows you to highlight warning signals such as a low battery charge, an empty tank or lack of oil and reserve level. In the meanwhile this technology makes it easy to realise user friendly menus with a lot of info. I2M chose this kind of display because it allows a perfect reading with direct sunlight too. A special anti-glare glass removes unpleasant sunlight effects.
To improve furthermore its usability, Chrome has 12 high brightness leds fully customisable; each pilot can choose the alarms configuration they prefer, the traditional RPM bar, the low tire temperature alarm… The aluminum case and a seven segment gear indicator auto adjusted in brightness complete the aesthetic side of this dashboard.
Chrome is at the same time a dashboard, a chronograph and a data acquisition system. One can use its useful menus to choose 20 pre-loaded circuits (and modify them as needed by importing/exporting to a USB key). For each circuit 500 laps are recordable, and for each lap 3 splits are available. Chrome calculates and shows to the user the summary of each circuit data such as map, best lap, ideal lap, number of performed laps. It keeps different stored data both for previous days sessions and for those of the current day in a way that allows the pilot to rapidly assess the daily trend. On the graphic display you can directly inspect the circuit map so you can change the finish line or splits position using the dedicated cursor along the track.
Chrome places side by side position and speed acquisition by a 10Hz GPS, RPM reading, front and rear speed and up to 8 external analog channels. Data acquisition allows data recording up to 1GB and a sampling frequency up to 100Hz for each channel, thus to meet any acquisition need. By a handy menu one can choose the sessions to be analyzed, ordered by track and date, or decide to remove or download them to an USB key. Then you can use Danas software to analyze data on a PC. The system has two distinct configurations ROAD and TRACK, for each one the pilot can choose RPM range, if you rather display speed or temperature beside RPM, what to display in each available spot choosing among analog or digital channels, times, best lap, ideal lap, gap between times (as to be aware at any given time if you are improving or not your best lap). It is also possible to decide not to display anything if not strictly essential, so to avoid distractions while driving. If Chrome is in ROAD mode, it would automatically switch to TRACK mode as soon as a finish line is crossed, and then switch back at the end of the session.
- 800x480 Graphic Color Display
- High visibility even in direct sunlight
- 400MHz Processor, 1G memory
- Aluminum case
- Fully customizable in two configuration ROAD/TRACK
- 10Hz Trajectory and GPS speed acquisition, 66 parallel channels
- Chronograph whit 20 pre-loaded tracks, 500 laps per track
- Track Auto identification, 3 splits
- Best Lap, Ideal Lap, Best historical and daily values
- User friendly interface
- 12 high brightness alarm leds, fully customizable
- 8 10 bits analog inputs
- 2 distinct sped inputs
- 1 RPM input
- Water, fuel, oil inputs with dedicate alarms
- Gear in use
- Data download via USB key
- 2 buttons for remote command
- CAN BUS ready
- 1GB internal memory
- 3 different distance meters, up to 2 hours
- Auto generated stoichiometric ratios table (optional probe)
- Compact sizes [172mm x 106mm x 22mm]
- Water resistant