To complete your installation, MoTeC has a large range of products available, all designed and/or tested to ensure they work well with your data logger.
To configure the ADL3, a communication cable is required to connect to a PC. For an ADL3 an Ethernet cable should be used to connect to the Ethernet port on the PC.
The MDD Mini Digital Display can be used as an additional satellite display.
A MoTeC BR2 Beacon Receiver can be connected to the ADL3 for lap timing as well as calculation features for laptime gain/loss, fuel used per lap and fuel predictions.
A CAN-based SLM Shift Light Module or traditional single shift lights.
Lambda sensors, position sensors, force and motion sensors, pressure sensors, temperature sensors and speed sensors.
Radio or GSM modems to send the logged data to a computer in the pit garage to view live in the pits while the vehicle is still on track.
To increase the input and output capacity, several expander units can be connected to the data logger.
GPS units specifically adapted to suit MoTeC devices.