The serial interface is used to adjust advanced tuning features of the traction control system.
These tuning features can be used to fine tune the system to exactly what the user desires.
On a Drag Racing system, this includes being able to tune the Drive Shaft RPM at which the system becomes active, as well as the Drive Shaft RPM at which the system can be turned off.
The user can also define a "Null Zone". The Null Zone is a window of DS RPM in which the unit can be set to reduce a lesser amount of power, or make no correction at all.
The software based interface is priced at $149.95, and easily installs on your computer. The Traction Control is connected to the computer via a serial cable or through a secure wireless Bluetooth connection. Tuning is achieved through a few simple mouse clicks.
The Handheld interface is priced at $299.95, and may be more convenient at the track. The Traction Control is connected to the Handheld via a small cable or through a secure wireless Bluetooth connection.*
The small size, simple keypad, and backlit display make changes quick and easy.
While these interfaces are not necessary, they do make getting the maximum potential out of your Traction Control much easier!
(*Bluetooth Handheld Cost $449.95)