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    Quote Originally Posted by 11blackSTi View Post
    It comes with a 0-5v analog output that supposedly works with data loggers and "virtually any engine management system."
    Right, but the Cobb AP doesn't have an analog input port on the device, unlike the Tactrix OP2.0, which does. It sort of defeats one of the key advantages of the AP (easy standalone logging) when you still have to drag out your laptop to just log the wideband data.
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    Re: AFR gauge w/ WB o2 Sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
    Right, but the Cobb AP doesn't have an analog input port on the device, unlike the Tactrix OP2.0, which does. It sort of defeats one of the key advantages of the AP (easy standalone logging) when you still have to drag out your laptop to just log the wideband data.
    I have to do that with the UEGO anyhow.

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    Re: AFR gauge w/ WB o2 Sensor

    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    I was wondering how that works.. I'm assuming you still have to buy a serial->USB cable, how do you connect the WBO2 logging cable to the AP? It was simple enough with my laptop and RR, but I've always wondered what you do if you're on the Cobb train.
    You use the serial port. In my case I used a USB-Serial adaptor to the computer, and the Cobb adaptor to the ECU. Logging is done in ATR.

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    Ahhhhh.. well, that kind of sucks. Might as well use RR if you're having to tote a laptop.

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    Anyone use an iPad for their datalogging? Just curious if the software would even work on a iPad. That would be much more convenient than having a laptop out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    Ahhhhh.. well, that kind of sucks. Might as well use RR if you're having to tote a laptop.
    Well I agree, which is why I switched to OS

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11blackSTi View Post
    Anyone use an iPad for their datalogging? Just curious if the software would even work on a iPad. That would be much more convenient than having a laptop out!
    I run Dash Commander off my Iphone with a PLX KIWI2. It has the ability to log a wideband as well. But both Innovate Motorsports and PLX have wireless/bluetooth options. Not sure about AEM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    I have to do that with the UEGO anyhow.

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    I was under the impression you could use the AUX channel on the OP2.0 to monitor the UEGO's analog output with an 1/8-in. phono cable? Is that only for Innovate devices? If so, damn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey View Post
    I run Dash Commander off my Iphone with a PLX KIWI2. It has the ability to log a wideband as well. But both Innovate Motorsports and PLX have wireless/bluetooth options. Not sure about AEM.

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    Not sure, I haven't seen anything like this for AEM :-/

    Quote Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
    I was under the impression you could use the AUX channel on the OP2.0 to monitor the UEGO's analog output with an 1/8-in. phono cable? Is that only for Innovate devices? If so, damn.
    There may be ways to do this, but it does not work out-of-the-box with the OP2.0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    There may be ways to do this, but it does not work out-of-the-box with the OP2.0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rambo View Post
    In theory, the 1/8" phono cable carries a digital signal that is interpreted by the OP2.0 hardware. The AEM does offer two outputs -- a digital signal that is used to broadcast over the serial port, and an analogue output that is presumably used to interface with standalone EM systems. It shouldn't be too hard to interface with the OP2.0, but the Innovate uses some configuration file we'd have to crack and use with the AEM.
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