We now have gauge badges available for sale in the store. We only have about 60 of them, so get them while they last!
This unit is fully-scriptable using the PAWN language and has its own SDK for customizing it.
It features 448 RGB LED's arranged in an arc around the gauge perimeter. It has two HSCAN channels routed to the HSCAN pins on the OBD2 connector (6 and 14) and the MSCAN pins (for Ford) on pins 3 and 11. It can be powered through the micro USB connector, the OBD2 connector, or the included 1100mAh LiPo battery. The battery charges via USB or OBD2.
The video above shows a script (that is in the SDK) that implements both RPM and speed being displayed on the badge (I wasn't driving in the video). It uses standard OBD2 commands, so it should work on most vehicles.
The badge ships with many demos. One can be seen in the video below. This script is also in the SDK and can help get you up and going with PAWN.
We have finally shipped out the ECM simulators. I apologize that it took so long. There is a unique SDK for the ECM simulator that you can get here. It is very similar to the badge SDK, but the PAWN API is different to support the ECM's features.
Take a look at the product page for more information on how to use the device.
As always, feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need assistance using this tool. I think you will find that it can do some powerful things when emulating the vehicle side of the OBD2 port.