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Tickets are no fun. Calibrating a speedometer isn’t a great deal of fun either. AutoMeter's GPS Speedometer Interface is the no fuss solution to complete your speedometer installation. Ideal for offroad applications with large wheel and tire combinations, racing gearboxes, and applications where packaging considerations prevent conventional speed sensor or cable installations.
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Plug and Play with AutoMeter Electronic Programmable Speedometers.
- Lightning quick 10 Hz signal update rate is the fastest available.
- Fully sealed and paintable magnetic micro antenna (Dimensions: 1.472 in. x 1.339 in. x 0.508 in.). Includes 16 ft. of wiring for plenty of mounting versatility.
- GPS module is fully sealed against water and dust. Includes 6.5 ft. wiring harness. Case Dimensions: 3 in. (6 in. w/ wiring & connectors) x 2.5 in. (4 in. w/ mounting tabs) x 1 in.
- One touch calibration process takes only seconds for most other electronic speedometers.
- SHIPPED WITH
SENSOR MODULE, GPS SPEEDOMETER INTERFACE, 16 FT. CABLE, INCL. GPS ANTENNA is rated out of 5 by 2.Rated 5 out of 5 by Wally from Thanks I really like this because of it’s size and ease of mounting. I have not used it yet just for mock up.Date published: 2017-11-05Rated 5 out of 5 by Phantom fan from Works great Mounted in defrost vent. Works great very accurate and fast responseDate published: 2018-02-08
Two questions, 1. When wiring one of your GPS driven Speedos, can the wire feeding the GPS Antenna be cut to a custom length? 2. When running a GPS driven Speedo, will I lose signal and readout when entering a tunnel or driving through an underpass?Thank you for the question. Our GPS antenna, model 5283, is the antenna we include with our 5289 and all of our automotive GPS speedometers. We do not offer as a custom length and highly advise against cutting and adjusting the length on your own. This would void any warranty and would likely cause issues with performance. Like all GPS devices, our GPS speedometers and senders will lose their signal in a tunnel or when the signal to the satellite is completely cut off. This will result in a temporary loss of signal which will cause our speedometer to simply drop to zero until the signal is reacquired.Date published: 2018-08-20
Would this work with Product #2685? And does it need to be connected to anything other than the gauge?Hi Tyler, thank you for the question. Yes, the 5289 GPS Module is fully compatible with the 2685 Speedometer. The antenna will require a clear view to the sky, 12V and ground, and a single wire to the speedometer to trigger it. Otherwise, nothing additional required to the speedometer other than the speedometer will require its own power and ground. If you have not yet purchased a speedometer you may want to look at the 2684. This is the true native GPS Speedometer in the Z-Series. It includes an antenna, but no separate module is required.Date published: 2018-10-13
I connected this to my '80 Porsche 911 SC speedo. I verified 12v and ground and I was able to calibrate the Autometer. However, when I drive it doesn't register. Any suggestions of next steps?Hi Todd, thank you so much for contacting us. We engineered this unit to work with AutoMeter speedometers. The output from it is a 12v square wave, typical to what you'd see on three wire hall effect style speed senders. Your SC used a two wire, variable reluctance style speed sensor from the factory which outputs a sine wave signal which is A/C. The speedometer in your vehicle is probably not compatible with the D/C square wave signal coming from the unit.Date published: 2018-07-09
I got this unit ( # 5289 not ST269589) and I want to connect to STACK ST700.Please let me know connecting to Wheel speed sensor wire. The violet wire of the unit should connect to W.S.sensor plug pin No1. what color wire should I connect to Pin No.4? Hi Yasu, pin 4 will be ground, which is the black wire.Date published: 2018-07-09
Can this GPS module be hooked up to a STACK ST700 Dash Meter and can I read speed without ST670 stack speed sensor in JAPANHi Yasu, thank you for contacting us. We would actually recommend the ST269589 GPS Module, as it will feature the correct connector to adapt directly to the dash. You should have no issues picking up GPS satellite data in Japan.Date published: 2018-06-30
Will the GPS work in UK?Thank you so much for contacting us. We have large number of these active in the UK. I wouldn't expect any issues at all.Date published: 2018-06-29
Can this GPS module be hooked up to a roster aftermarket cruise control? Right now it is hooked up to a 2 wire speed sensorThank you for the question. Our 5289 GPS Module creates a 12V square wave to run our speedometers and will come from the factory set for 16,000 pulses per mile. Technically, it should drive most aftermarket cruise controls, but we've not done any specific testing and couldn't make any guarantees.Date published: 2018-06-05
I have a 2013 Polaris Rzr with a turbo Yamaha apex motor in it from a sled. I’m trying to see if this or any other gps module will tie in to the factory Yamaha cluster. Thank you so much for contacting us. Our GPS unit outputs a 12v square wave with a pulse rate that is totally configurable via the module. We designed this to work with AutoMeter speedometers, though anything that accepts a 12v square wave input should work. I unfortunately don't have the spec on what your factory Yamaha cluster is looking for to drive it. I'm sorry I couldn't be more helpful.Date published: 2018-05-08
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