This will be a very noobish kinda post, but trying to wrap my head around all of this.
While looking through possible updates to my current setup (zt-2 with Boost+AFR display) it dawned on me that there weren't that many controllers out there that did just that.
Take the 0-5V from a wideband and display it (using the usual AFX-style formula: Gasoline AFR = (VOUTx 1.4)+ 9 )
Take the 0-5V from a map sensor and display it (conversion tweaks per sensor used)
Then this project caught my attention: https://learn.adafruit.com/character-lc ... bone-black
It seems that the BeagleBone + LCD would run you about ~$65-75 depending on the LCD of choice.
The BeagleBone could process all of the inputs and show the data on the LCD screen.
Obviously a lot of R&D and software dev went into the SLC DIY2 product (which I'll probably buy) but the display is what's killing me. I enjoy seeing the boost+AFR+EGT values all in one screen.
Just wondering if this is something that could be considered to simply and speed up future wideband controller development.