Our PDMs, housed in an anodized billet aluminum case, are designed to handle the rigors of motorsport and include a complete professional data logger and internal dash controller.
An AiM PDM at the center of vehicle electronics will greatly simplify your wiring harness and electronics installation while providing much more control.
PDM 32 and PDM08 offer also some interesting features, like:
ECU connection, for getting data from your ECU
Datalogging, for avoiding adding another logger to your car
GPS Module, for having automatic lap times and track positions
Display controller, for easily managing a 6” or 10” display
9 axis EMU platform
Mirror camera, for easily getting a back view while you drive your car in reverse in the paddock
The PDMs offer four different Power Outputs Levels:
Each output provides status feedback for open circuit, short circuit, high temperature, over current, under voltage, and over voltage. Inrush current, number of fault retries, and the time between retries are all definable.
All the outputs may be configurable as PWM and allow soft start/stop.
For every output, a multicolor LED shows the status:
Activated or not
An elegant visual interface allows flexible and powerful configuration for every power output.
Some "black boxes" are available for simplifying the configuration.
For example, the Wiper may be managed by the LIN connection, or using the Half Bridges.
In this case, you may take advantage by a virtual object like the following one:
PDMs feature the following Inputs channels:
Analog inputs Digital inputs
If configured as Analog inputs, it is possible to activate an internal 2K Ohm resistor, for connecting most of the sensors directly.
If configured as Digital Inputs, it is possible to activate a 10K Ohm Pull Up or a 10K Ohm Pull Down.
An internal datalogger is available, capable of recording all the analog inputs, digital inputs, ECU channels, GPS values, Currents, status of all the Power Outputs. Here an example of what the recorded data may show, during engine cranking.
In Red, the ignition pushbutton
In Blue, the battery voltage drop
In Purple, the current absorbed by the solenoid
In Dark Green, the current absorbed by the fuel pump
In Green, RPM Value
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