The new powerful and flexible datalogger Aim EVO4S Car Racing Datalogger is the evolution of the well known EVO4.
It maintains the same connection logic, one connector per channel, but with a completely redesigned internal electronic board, fully compatible with the last generation of Aim dashloggers and with the new powerful Race Studio 3 software.
A Wide range of sources for your data
The EVO4S car racing datalogger samples all the information you need: data coming from your vehicle ECU via CAN, RS232 or K-line, from the internal accelerometers and gyro, from the GPS08 module included in the kit.
And from analog/digital inputs, external expansions as well as predefined math channels. Sensors can be connected to 5 configurable analog channels, to the RPM input and to 2 wheel speed inputs.
The GPS08 Module included in the EVO4S kit, provides the following information, updated ten times per second:
- Position (latitude, longitude, altitude)
- Longitudinal acceleration
- Lateral acceleration
If EVO4S knows the finish line of the track and the split coordinates, it can calculate and show:
- Lap Times
- Split times
Many sensors can be connected to EVO4S via:
5 Analog channels with configurable 12 bit 0-5 Volt, 0-500 mV, 0-50 mV inputs or thermocouple input, used to sample data coming from temperature, pressure, suspension and other kinds of sensors.
2 Speed inputs, which allow to monitor the different wheels behavior.
1 RPM input, which manages square wave signals transmitted by the ECU, or pulse signals picked from the coil command (low voltage).
Internal three-axial accelerometer and gyro sensor
A built-in inertial platform lets you have the most powerful system for understanding oversteering, understeering, banking, etc.
With the CAN Output you can send messages directly to an existing CAN network in order to improve the range of vehicle control possibilities.
EVO4S features a 1 amp at 12 volts digital output. You can configure it in order to turn it on or off depending on the value of the analog or digital inputs, ECU values, expansion values, GPS information or math channels.
Expand your EVO4s as much as you need
(See the Expansion & Accessories Tab at top of the page for more information)
Download your EVO4s data to a pc for professional data analysis.
Data recorded by EVO4S can be downloaded to PC and analyzed with the professional Race Studio Analysis software: graphs, histograms and tables will help you evaluate your performance, providing an objective support to avoid mistakes and improve your driving technique.
Evo4s Car Racing DataLogger Features
- EVO4S samples all the information you need: data coming from your vehicle ECU via CAN, RS232 or K-line, from the internal accelerometers and gyro, from the GPS08 module included in the kit.
- Completely re-designed internal board
- 5 analog channels with configurable 12 bit 0-5 Volt, 0-500 mV, 0-50 mV inputs or thermocouple input, used to sample data coming from temperature, pressure, suspension and other kinds of sensors.
- 2 speed inputs, which allow to monitor the different wheels behavior.
- 1 RPM input, which manages square wave signals transmitted by the ECU, or pulse signals picked from the coil command (low voltage).
Evo4s Car Racing DataLogger Technical Spec:
LEDs: 1 system status
CAN connections: 2
ECU connections: CAN, RS232 or K-Line
ECU compatibility: + 1,000 industry leading ECUs
Expansion CAN connection: GPS, Channel Expansions, Thermocouple Expansions, Lambda Controllers, SmartyCam HD
Analog inputs: 5 fully configurable, max 1,000 Hz each
Digital inputs: 2 Speed inputs, lap signal, coil RPM input
Digital outputs: 1 (1 Amp max)
Accelerometer: Internal Three-axial ± 5G + Three-axial Gyroscope
Internal memory: 4 GB
Body: Anodized aluminum
Connectors: 13 Binder connectors
Dimensions: 130 x 35 x 46.6 mm
Weight: 330 g
Power consumption: 350 mA
In The Box
- Evo4s Car Racing DataLogger
- GPS08 Module
Expansions & Accessories
Evo4s Car Racing DataLogger – Add expansion modules via our built-in CAN bus:.
Guides & Manuals
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