MXP offers 50% more display area than the 5'' MXS display, in a similar dimension. The dash logger has an integrated shift array, configurable multicolor alarms, drag and drop multi page configuration, Wi-Fi and USB connectivity, GPS module, inertial platform, analog and digital inputs, digital outputs, Motorsport connectors, 4 GB of internal memory, 1,000Hz per channel sampling and support for over 1,000 ECU connections.
A wide range of data sources
MXP samples data coming from your ECU, the GPS module, the 9 axis inertial platform (accelerometer, gyro and magnetometer), 8 fully configurable analog inputs, 6 digital inputs, predefined math channel and second CAN. Performance and data acquired can also be incremented adding up to eight expansion modules.
Freely configurable pages
You can define all the custom pages you wish, choosing among a wide library of page styles, defining which data to be shown, their end of scale and measure units. Swapping between pages can be managed pushing one or two push-buttons.
High contrast TFT display
A high contrast display identifies MXP at the first glance. An ambient light sensor keeps the back-light at optimum brightness levels.
Flexible alarms & custom street icons
MXP features five configurable RGB alarm LEDs: you choose the conditions, you choose the colors. Select a solid alarm or flashing one - and the flashing frequency, choose to have an accompanying text message, and set the alarm priorities. Furthermore you can select the street icons you need among the wide list you will find in "Race Studio 3 - Icons Management" and set them up the way you prefer or according with your needs. Any of them is fully configurable and if this shouldn't be enough, you will be able to upload and set up your own customized icons.
Two digital outputs
MXP features two digital outputs. The two digital outputs (Dout) are LOW SIDE type (switch to ground): they can be configured in order to be turned on/off depending on the value of the analog or digital inputs. They permit to automatically run external systems, i.e. to switch on/off additional lights, to activate/de-activate a cooling fan or circulation pumps, etc. when a certain event happens.