A gauge for your wideband can be made for very cheap, less than $30!
One volt meter/gauge off ebay, which will look something like this:
It should have these features:
- Read 0-20v
- Decimal Adjustable
- 12V power input
These are important, make sure your gauge is setup like that.
The gauge should have 4 wires comeing off of it. It should be wired so that:
- 12v +
- Goes to a 12v source
- 12v - and source -
- Goes to chassis ground
- source +
- Goes to either of the outputs on your LC-1
Now plug the LC-1 into your laptop
- Set it up so that the output plugged into the gauge is reading 1 volt at 10:1 and 2 volts at 20:1.
Now you must change the decimal on your gauge:
- Slide it one to the right, aka 1.00 volt will read as 10.0
Now mount it on the dash, clean up the wiring, and go play with it!