Software version: V20140310
What is the different between item number SP143-B and SP143?
SP143 has color screen. 63 kind of backbround light to choose. While SP143-B does not.
The Turbo Gauge IV is a compact automotive computer designed to monitor information about your vehicle in real time. It will display such useful information as average trip MPG (miles per gallon), tank MPG, average speed per trip, average speed per tank of gas, miles to empty, miles driven on tank, and more.
Maximum Speed Average Speed Driving Time
Driving Distance Fuel Used Trip Fuel Economy
Distance to Empty Time to Empty Fuel to Empty
The Turbo Gauge IV can be configured to measure and monitor up to four different sets of information simulta-neously, providing real-time engine performance analysis, allowing you to adjust driving behavior and save gas.
Vehicle Speed(MPH) Manifold Pressure Battery Voltage
Engine Load Fuel Pressure Throttle Position
Intake Air Temperature Ignition Timin Engine Spped (RPM)
Closed/Open Loop Water Temperature Engine Power
Fuel Trim O2 Sensor Enhanced Data
The Turbo Gauge IV will also work as a scan tool that is able to help you troubleshoot problems of all OBD2/EOBD compliant vehicles.
1.Works with all 1996 and later OBDII compliant vehicles
2.Reads & clears trouble codes
3.Easily determines the cause of the "Check Engine Light ( MIL)"
4.Turns off Check Engine Light (MIL), and resets monitors
5.Views freeze frame data
6.Displays monitor and I/M readiness status(emissions)
7.Retrieves vehicle information (VIN, CIN and CVN)
The Turbo Gauge IV will be able to save up to 300 hours of your driving data. It works as a vehicle black box to store every trip you make.
The information it records includes:
•Time and date for each trip
•Distance travelled each trip
•Maximum speed during trip
•Number of times of extreme acceleration during trip
•Number of times of extreme deceleration during trip
•Numbers of hard accelerations and braking
•Average fuel consuption
The Turbo Gauge IV is perfect for
Auto enthusiasts, hobbyists and DIYers
Drivers who care for engine performance and fuel economy
Parents of young drivers