BONAMICI RACING PAIR OF HALF 55mm. HANDLEBARS10 February 2023
I2M Chrome Plus10 February 2023
i2m Chrome Lite dash
Easy installation with the right connection cable for RN32 RN49 RN65, ZX10-R, Panigale, CBR1000RR etc…
plus €72.60 including VAT.
– Fully customizable graphic display
– 12 high brightness alarm LEDs, fully customizable
– Integrated lap timer and data logging
The Chrome Dashboard is a true innovation among motorcycle aftermarket dashboards. Thanks to a true-color 800×480 display and a 400MHz processor, this dashboard guarantees both the designer and the end-user extreme flexibility and conveys a lot of useful information with its user-friendly menus.
The display was chosen by I2M in such a way that it guarantees optimal readability even in direct sunlight and a special anti-reflective glass avoids side effects from the sun.
Chrome is a dashboard, a chronograph and a data acquisition system all in one. One can use its useful menus to select 20 pre-loaded circuits (and change them as needed). 500 laps can be recorded for each track and 3 splits are available for each lap.
Chrome calculates and shows the user the summary of each track data like a map, best lap, ideal lap and number of laps driven. It keeps a lot of saved data for both the previous day’s sessions and the current day’s, allowing the pilot to quickly assess the daily trend.
Thanks to its graphic display, Chrome allows the user to view the map directly on the monitor, allowing you to change the position of the finish line and the split at will simply by moving the cursor along the map.
Chrome places side by side position and speed acquisition by a 10Hz GPS, RPM measurement, front and rear speed and up to 8 external analog channels with a sampling frequency up to 10Hz and other 10 channels up to 10Hz. Data acquisition allows 1GB data and a sampling rate of up to 100 Hz for each channel to meet any acquisition need.
A practical menu allows you to choose the sessions to analyze, sort them by track and date, or remove them or download them to a USB stick. You can then use the Danas software to analyze data on a PC.