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  1. Ny-Trex NpC Progressive Nitrous Controller

     Ny-Trex NpC Progressive Nitrous Controller


    The Ny-Trex NpC is a combination progressive nitrous controller and vehicle data logger.  It offers a diverse list of functions allowing independent control of up to two stages of N2O and data logging (recording) of all I/O devices.  Powerful Windows software for programming the controller and downloading data is included and will assist in analysis and tuning of any N2O system for maximum performance. The NpC's two stages are independently programmable based on throttle position RPM vehicle speed time delay and first gear lockout.  The built-in data logger is ideal for basic vehicle data logging during dyno-tuning or drag racing.  Data is logged whenever the system is armed and stores the last five minutes of data at ten samples/second.  Logged data includes vehicle data and the status of all programmable parameters.  The flexible RPM input is compatible with high-voltage coil drive (vehicles with coil packs or distributor ignition) standard 12 volt tach signal or low level logic drive (newer vehicles with coil-on-plug).  The general purpose input/output (GPIO) terminal is programmable for use as shift light output additional stage enable input or control output for ignition retard.  The status LED output is ideal for use with an LED illuminated arming switch.


    Features & Benefits:

    • PC graphic interface programmability data logging and real-time parameter viewing
    • Two independently-programmable progressive nitrous stages
    • Two flexible 0-5 Volt analog inputs for logging sensor outputs such as wide-band O2
    • Programmable auto-purge when system is armed
    • Programmable general purpose input/output (GPIO) terminal
    • Heavy-duty industrial grade clamping terminal blocks
    • Compact size: 4.1" L x 2.8" W x 1.1" H
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