Raspberry Pi Powered Dash Version 2.0 Lives

The display is mounted and the software is up and running. Still need to add two Autometer analog gauges on each side and the turn, high beam and several other indicator LEDs. The interface is a rough layout and the graphics are not tweaked. The image caught the display updating as the gauge demo just sweeps all the gauges and indicators from limit to limit. The image quality on the display is excellent and the build quality is top notch. Video is below Read more
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Raspberry Pi Powered Dash Version 2.0 Coming Soon

qc2etI have decided to redo the first Raspberry Pi powered dash, you can check it out in action here. The first version was powered by a Raspberry Pi 2 B+ and used a 7″ Tontec touchscreen display. It also featured a 3 3/8″ Autometer Pro-comp 160mph mechanical speedometer and a 2 5/8″ Autometer Pro-comp fuel gauge. Since I have now swapped to a 4L80e transmission, the speedometer will no longer work. So instead I am going to do away with it entirely and integrate the speedometer into the digital display using the Megasquirt and the Microsquirt. Read more
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