J1939 & J1708 Vehicle Monitor*
Affordable Compatibility in a Compact Design
Unlike gas powered vehicle, OBDII is not the standard for large diesel powered vehicles such as diesel pusher RVs and over-the-road long-haul trucks – these type of vehicle rely on the J1939 and J1708 protocols. Vehicle diagnostic tools for these vehicle are both cumbersome and expensive. The new ScanGaugeD will change all that.
The ScanGaugeD comes with a unique dual connector cable designed to accommodate both the J1939 protocol with a 9-pin diagnostic port as well as the J1708 protocol with 6-pin diagnostic port.
Monitor The Most Vital Systems
With the ScanGaugeD, you can monitor the most vital systems of your large diesel powered vehicle and provide the kind of real time information you've been missing. Features include more than 15 built-in digital gauges, 5 Trip Computers and an easy-to-use ScanTool that shows trouble codes — all in a compact design that installs in minutes.
- Check & Clear Trouble Codes
- Built-in Fuel-Saving Features
- Multiple Trip Computers
- Built-in & Programmable Digital Gauges
- Performance Monitor
Exclusive Programmable Gauge System
The ScanGaugeD features the exclusiveX-GAUGE™programmable gauge system; you can monitor parameters such as transmission oil temperatures, trip data and fuel economy information. X-Gauge™ gives you the ability to customize your ScanGaugeD by adding additional vehicle specific digital gauges.
The ScanGaugeD features the Performance Monitor™ for real-time performance measurements. The Performance Monitor gives your the ability to track your vehicles performance over short periods of time, distance and acceleration.
Measure the performance of your vehicle over short periods of time, distance and acceleration.
The Performance Monitor™ allows you to measure and record performance data. You can designate a specific digital gauge to record as well as save and recall the data of up to 8 performance runs for later review and comparison. Performance Monitor lets you step through performance run data by key increments of time, speed and distance giving you a clear picture of your vehicle's performance.
- Record Speed & Distance in both English and Metric at key points of 60ft, 1/16, 1/8, 1/4-mile as well as at 100ft increments
- Determine your vehicle's 0-60 time
- Measure your vehicle's braking performance
- Save & recall performance runs
- Monitor specific Digital Gauges
- And More!
* Compatible with 12 volt vehicles only
Built in Digital Gauges
The ScanGaugeD features an extensive array of built-in digital gauges that are updated in real time, as you drive. The ScanGaugeD can display up to 4 digital gauges at a time. Using the button next to each gauge position, you can quickly cycle through the available gauges to create your own custom gauge set. You can also change the units of measure between standard and metric, as well as adjust the update rate.
|BST||Boost||Engine boost in PSI, KPA, MM, or IN if desired.|
|Miles Per Gallon
Kilometeres Per Gallon
Miles Per Liter
Liters Per 100Km
Kilomteres Per Liter
|Instant fuel economy is updated about every 2 seconds at the NORMAL update rate . Small changes in throttle position or load while driving will show almost immediate changes in this gauge.|
|Miles Per Hour
Kilometers Per Hour
|Speed in the units selected|
|RPM||Revolutions Per Minute||The RPM of the engine|
|TPS||Throttle Position Sensor||In some vehicles, a closed throttle will read 0 and full throttle will read 100. Other vehicles will have a higher value than 0 for a closed throttle and a full throttle value less than 100.|
|Water Temperature||Water/Coolant temperature
A vehicle with a 50/50 mix of coolant and water will not boil over until about 265° F at sea level. This will be reduced at higher elevations.
|AVG||Average Fuel Economy||This is the current average fuel economy and is updated about every 2 seconds (normal rate).|
|TFC||Trip Fuel Cost||This is the total fuel cost for the current trip.|
|CPM||Cost Per Mile||Cost of fuel per mile at this time.|
|VLT||Battery Voltage||Normal running battery voltage is between 13 and 15. When the engine is off it should be between 11 and 13. Voltages higher than 15 volts can damage batteries and electrical components. Voltages below 13 when the vehicle is running could indicate poor charging of the battery. Voltage below 11 when the engine is off could indicate a low battery charge or a shorted battery cell.|
|Intake Air Temperature||Temperature of the air going into the engine. At highway speeds, this will typically be a few degrees higher than the outside air temperature. At idle or low speed, it may be much higher in temperature than the outside temperature due to the low airflow into the engine and the high under-hood temperatures warming it up.|
|TFT||Transmission Fluid Temperature||Transmission Fluid Temperature in degrees Fahrenheit.|
|Gallons Per Hour
Liters Per Hour
|Fuel consumption rate in the selected units. This is sensitive to throttle, gear and loading changes.|
|OIL||Oil Pressure||This indicates the engine oil pressure in unit PSI/IN/KPA/MM as selected by the user.|
|LOD||Engine Loading||This is a percentage of the maximum power available currently being generated. In some vehicles it is the maximum available at the present RPM.|
Built In Scan Tool
Troubleshoot Your Vehicle
Modern vehicles are computer controlled, and it often takes a computer to get the information needed to repair them. ScanGaugeD™ will warn you the moment a trouble code is detected. You can also manually scan for Active, Inactive and Pending Trouble codes. ScanGauge then allows you to view the details of the code, the conditions that where present when trouble was detected and clear them.
- Warns you when a DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) is detected.
- Reads Active, Inactive and Pending DTCs.
- Shows the conditions when trouble was detected (RPM, Coolant Temp, etc.).
- Clears trouble codes.
Built in Trip Computers
5 Sets of Trip Data Stored
Multiple automatic Trip Computers keep track of everything from fuel cost, to distance traveled, and everything in between.
Automatically tracks 5 sets of trip data including Current Trip, Today's Trip/Trip A, Previous Day's Trip/Trip B, Current Tank Trip and Tank to Empty. Each computer stores up to as many as 9 individual parameters.
Time and Distance Trip Computers Measure
- Fuel Used
- Max Coolant Temperature
- Miles Driven
- Max RPM
- Hours Driven
- Max MPH
- Average MPH
- Fuel Cost
Fuel & Tank Trip Computers Measure
- MPG for current tank
- Tank to Empty
- Distance Driven
- Distance Until Empty
- Hours driven on current tank
- Hours to Empty
- Average Speed
- Fuel Used Cost