The two front panel LEDs are used in predictive lap timing mode. They indicate if the current vehicle speed is faster or slower than the speed was at the same position in the reference file.
The value defined within the ‘Delta-V range’ setting dictates the min. and max speed values to full brightness.
The two LEDs act as a gauge, filling up from the left to right. Once the current speed is slower or faster than the reference, the left LED will illuminate. Once the current speed is above 50% of the defined positive or negative range, the LED on the right will also illuminate.
|Slower than reference lap||Faster than reference lap|
|– 50% to – 100%||– 1% to – 50%||+ 1% to + 50%||+ 50% to + 100%|
Combo G LEDs
This mode takes over the function of the LEDs in the predictive lap-timing screen.
If the Combo G is greater than a selected minimum threshold (50 % LED minimum %, 0.5 g default), the LEDs will light up various colours dependent on the maximum g threshold selected (1.0 g default).
Default settings example:
|< 0.5 g||0.5 g||0.75 g||≥ 1 g|
Creating a Reference Lap
|When the Mini OLED Display is creating a reference lap, the LEDs will shine blue, the behaviour will then change back to its current settings when the lap is created and saved.|