With a central display that presents CAN, analog and digital engine data, new VDO Centrobase 350 and 400 Instrument Clusters from Continental Commercial Vehicles and Aftermarket have been released. The new 5-in. diameter, J1939 instrument systems are designed to meet a wide variety of applications and can be adapted for customer-specific needs and expanded to accommodate changing requirements.
Both new VDO instruments accept CAN, analog and digital engine inputs and present the data on both the central display along with traditional analog style pointers. Centrobase 350 is a multi-function instrument for identification of engine functions. It can support two frequencies and two resistive and four digital inputs. The instrument features a built-in warning buzzer and can display up to seven different warning lights. Centrobase 400 is a multifunctional cluster with an analog dial gauge, a max deflection angle of 210 degrees and an LCD display. It can support up to 16 digital inputs, 12 analog inputs, and displays other information with up to 27 individual warning lights.