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Old 05-06-2011, 06:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New ScanGuage-e

Just got an email from cleanmpg about the new ScanGuage-e
New ScanGauge-e Leads CleanMPG EcoBoost Fuel Economy Challenge - CleanMPG Forums

"The New ScanGauge-e display.

Linear Logic makers of ScanGauge II, the easiest to use fuel economy feedback device today, announced the release of the all new ScanGauge-e. For the initial launch Linear Logic is sponsoring the CleanMPG Fuel Economy Adventure Challenge.

The EcoBoost Challenge will begin on April 30 in Los Angeles where a team of seven CleanMPG drivers and three guest journalists will set out on the cross country adventure. The ScanGauge-e will help the team attempt to achieve greater than 30mpg from the 22 mpg highway rated 2011 Ford F-150 with the 3.5L EcoBoost engine. This is Ford's most powerful (365 HP and 420 lb.-ft. of torque) and most fuel efficient truck engine ever built.

ScanGauge-e overview

Following in the footsteps of the award winning ScanGauge II, the all new ScanGauge-e features more than 18 built-in digital gauges in the standard or metric format. In addition to dual gauges, the ScanGauge-e provides real time fuel economy feedback that is displayed in a unique to the industry graphical format. The recently achieved fuel economy display period can be adjusted to show from approximately 10 seconds to 5 minutes.
Ron DeLong President of Linear Logic"

And it looks like you can daisy chain them together with a ethernet cable.

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Old 05-06-2011, 07:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 05-06-2011, 07:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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It has a clean look to it.

I'd like to see a FE display with a slightly larger screen though. It looks like the screen is almost the same width as the SGII (maybe a negligible amount bigger); and the text appears to be the same size.
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Wonder if we could get a special group buy rate like the ScanguageII on ecomodder.
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...add my name to the list of "Curious George's" who'd like to know MORE!


...looks like Amazon has more info:

http://www.amazon.com/ScanGaugeE-Mul.../dp/B004SK5I46

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It looks like half of a ScanGauge II. I don't see anything that would make me want to buy it over an UltraGauge or even a SGII.
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^^^ I want 5 or 6 gauges displayed, not two.
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...add my name to the list of "Curious George's" who'd like to know MORE!


...looks like Amazon has more info:

Amazon.com: ScanGaugeE Compact Multifunction Trip Computer with Customizable Real-Time Fuel Economy Digital Gauges: Automotive
Thanks for the info but it looks like I'll pass. There is nothing to indicate an ability to record and retrieve engineering data. Nor is there any suggestion of a computer interface to support upload of XGAUGE configurations. Since the official release is May 21, I'll reserve final judgement until then but the preliminary data does not impress.

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^^^ I want 5 or 6 gauges displayed, not two.
on my roadtrip this summer i'm getting a OBDII splitter so that i can run both my UltraGuage and my SGII, 10 Gauges displayed all at once

if it had data logging and XGauge configuration ability i might consider getting one to piggyback with my Ultragauge, but other than that, i'll pass

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