The EFI logging system uses a lap beacon system that generates end of lap and lap split timing information for the LCU. The beacon kit consists of a 32 channel infra red detector mounted on the vehicle chassis and a trackside mounted transmitter.
The 32 channel beacon has a split output which is used by the LCU for both lap and split data and a dedicated end of lap (EOL) output for 3rd party ECU connections. An optional lap only, 16 channel beacon is also available.
The Beacon Kit:-
The beacon transmitter should be mounted on a tripod or similar device at the side of the track. The LED’s should be approximately at the same height as the receiver location in the car and have an unobstructed view across the track.
The beacon transmitter has a knob for setting the current channel which will be indicated in the LED display window. There is also a switch for selecting either lap or split mode.
The effective range of the transmitter is directly proportional to the supply voltage. Always ensure that the transmitter battery is fully charged before use and that the low battery warning lamp is not lit.
*The low battery warning is set at 11 volts.
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