Universal Speedo Corrector & Tacho Interface – SGI-100BT
The Dakota Digital SGI-100BT Universal Speedo Corrector & Tacho Interface Unit allows you to adjust, split & recalibrate an electronic speed and tacho signal, including the ability to convert speed or gas & diesel tach signals.
As a change in tyre size – diff ratio and engine swaps will affect your speedo and tacho readings, this unit provides you with the ability to:
- Recalibrate or convert a speed signal
- Recalibrate or convert a gas tacho signal
- Recalibrate or convert a diesel tacho signal
- Recalibrate both speedo and tach signals at the same time
All set-up, calibration, and diagnostic functions are handled with the use of the built-in 3-digit display and integrated push-button switches or via an app on your Android or IOS phone.
- Speed calibration from 25% – 400%
- Multiple speed outputs available for multiple devices
- Operates with Hall-effect and Inductive speed sensors
- Tacho settings from 1-16 cylinders and 5V or 12V signal type
- Diesel applications: outputs for 4, 6 or 8 cylinder tachs
- Bluetooth technology for ease of programming via mobile phones
- Built-in programming buttons and LED display for setup in lieu of app
- Compact size 100mm x 50mm x 25mm
- This unit is non-vehicle specific
- Suites vehicles with electronic speedos & tachos
- Vehicles inc Toyota Hilux, Nissan Navara D22, LandRover, Toyota LandCruiser 80, 105 series, etc
- 1 x Dakota Digital SGI-100BT
- 4m Connection Cable
- Detailed Instructions
- For installation, please download the Instructions from this webpage.
- For configuration, we strongly advise you to install the Dakota Digital App on your mobile device via Google Play or the Apple Store, as this is the easiest method for programming the unit.
- Do Not use this unit to adjust a signal to an anti-lock braking system (ABS)
- Not suitable for vehicles where the speedo is operated via a CAN bus system. eg Toyota Landcruiser 200 series & Landcruiser 70 series 08/2016 on
- Not compatible with most ’86 to current European or ’96 to current Jeep tachometers