Air/Fuel Calibrators
ARC1

The ARC1 Air/Fuel Ratio Calibrator provides precise adjustment of air/fuel (A/F) ratio over the entire operating range of and internal combustion engine. It is especially useful for re-calibration of modified engines. The ARC1 Air/Fuel Ratio Calibrator provides precise adjustment of air/fuel (A/F) ratio over the entire operating range of an internal combustion engine. It is especially useful for re-calibration of modified engines. The alteration or addition of turbochargers, superchargers, intake manifolds, fuel injectors, fuel regulators, throttle bodies, intake plenums, Mass Air Flow (MAF) or Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensors can alter the A/F ratio calibration. The ARC1 gives the user a convenient way to set the A/F ratio for rich, lean or stoichiometric operation over the entire RPM and load range.

The ARC1 provides a means to achieve a best fit straight line approximation to the desired air/fuel calibration curve. It gives the user the ability to make these adjustments without a PROM change in the ECU. Furthermore, these adjustments can be made by the driver on-the-fly to optimize the air/fuel ratio for the current driving situation.

The ARC1 is typically used in conjunction with a precision air/fuel ratio meter such as the Split Second ARM1. The air/fuel ratio meter provides the required information needed to properly set the ARC1 front panel controls.


Features:

  • Low load calibration (offset adjust)
  • High load calibration (gain adjust)
  • Output clamp (assures output is kept within ECU range)
  • Filter to provide smooth idle and reduce noise
  • +5V regulated output available for MAP sensor reference voltage
  • Transient surge and battery reversal protection
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SS-ARC1 $231.00
ARC2
The ARC2 (Air/Fuel Ratio Calibrator) provides additional features over the ARC1. These features make it possible to fit a MAF sensor to engines that were designed to operate with vane type air flow meters. It is especially useful for re-calibration of modified engines that have ECU (Engine Control Units) designed for MAP or MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensors, also compatible with GM and Karman Vortex applications. In addition to the low and high load adjustments of the ARC1, the ARC2 also provides adjustments for mid load and acceleration boost.  Does NOT include MAP or MAF sensor.
SS-ARC2-A $549.00
SS-ARC2-GM$605.00
SS-ARC2-NE $494.00
PSC1
The PSC1 Programmable Signal Calibrator provides precise calibration of fuel by adjusting fuel control signals. It can be used with naturally aspirated or forced induction engines. Through a serial interface, the PSC1 can be programmed by a laptop computer running the Split Second R4 software. The software provides three dimensional mapping of the fuel control signal according to engine load and RPM. Several versions of the PSC1 are available that are compatible with MAP, MAF, AFM and Karman Vortex applications.

 

PSC1-001
Split Second Programmable Signal Calibrator with Absolute MAP sensor

The PSC1-001 Programmable Signal Calibrator provides precise calibration of fuel by adjusting fuel control signals. It can be used with naturally aspirated or forced induction engines. It is particularly useful on engines that have been converted to forced induction. It has an internal 2.5 Bar MAP sensor that can be used to replace the stock map sensor.


Through a serial interface, the PSC1-001 can be programmed by a laptop computer running the Split Second R4 software. The software provides three dimensional mapping of the MAP signal. The MAP value output is determined by the active cell value measuring absolute pressure by the internal sensor and RPM.


The PSC1-001 can be configured for a second mode of operation whereby the cell value is used to modify another signal. For example, an MAF sensor signal could be modified according to the table values. Other versions of the PSC1 are available that can do mapping where the primary axis is not pressure. The PSC1-003 can be used to modify MAF, TPS or any other voltage signals based on signal level and RPM.


The calibration of the PSC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation. The R4 software runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2000. The software provides real time display of RPM, manifold pressure, and cell value. The R4 software is the same software that is used to program the AIC1. A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tuning for optimum performance.


  • Can operate as a programmable MAP sensor
  • Two three-dimensional map tables defined by absolute pressure and RPM
  • Compatible with 2 and 4 stroke engines from 1 to 12 cylinders
  • Laptop adjustable
  • Two modes for either direct output or signal modification
  • Can be mounted in the engine compartment
  • Internal MAP sensor
  • Transient surge and battery reversal protection
SS-PSC1-001$292.00
SS-PSC1-001E        
  • Same as PSC1-001 plus ESC1
$351.00
PSC1-002
Split Second Programmable Signal Calibrator with 2-bar MAP sensor

The PSC1-002 Programmable Signal Calibrator provides precise calibration of fuel by adjusting fuel control signals. It is designed specifically for 5V map sensor based engine management systems. It is used on engines that have been converted to forced induction. It has an internal 2 Bar MAP sensor that is used to replace the stock map sensor.


Through a serial interface, the PSC1-002 can be programmed by a laptop computer running the Split Second R4 software. The software provides three dimensional mapping of the MAP signal. The MAP value output is determined by the active cell value. The active cell is determined by absolute pressure measured by the internal sensor and RPM.


The calibration of the PSC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation. The R4 software runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2000. The software provides real time display of RPM, manifold pressure, and cell value. The R4 software is the same software that is used to program the AIC1. A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tuning for optimum performance.


  • Operates as a programmable MAP sensor
  • Two three-dimensional map tables defined by absolute pressure and RPM
  • Compatible with 2 and 4 stroke engines from 1 to 12 cylinders
  • Laptop adjustable
  • Can be mounted in the engine compartment
  • Internal MAP sensor
  • Transient surge and battery reversal protection
SS-PSC1-002$292.00
SS-PSC1-002E        
  • Same as PSC1-002 plus ESC1
$351.00
PSC1-003
Split Second Programmable Signal Calibrator

The PSC1-003 Programmable Signal Calibrator provides precise calibration of fuel by adjusting fuel control signals.  It can be used with naturally aspirated or forced induction engines.  It is intended for use on any application that uses a zero to five volt load sensor and is generally used to adjust fuel by calibrating the mass air flow (MAF) or manifold absolute pressure (MAP) signal.


Through a serial interface, the PSC1-003 can be programmed by a laptop computer running the Split Second R4 software.  The software provides three dimensional mapping of the MAF/MAP signal.  In direct mode, the MAF/MAP value is determined by the active cell value.  The active cell is determined by MAF/MAP sensor output voltage and RPM.


The PSC1-003 can be configured for a second mode of operation whereby the cell value is used to modify the MAF/MAP signal signal.  For example, the MAF/MAP sensor signal could be modified up or down according to the table values.  Other versions of the PSC1 are available that can do mapping where the primary axis is pressure. The PSC1-001 can be used to control manifold absolute pressure (MAP) based systems and has an internal 2.5 bar MAP sensor.


The calibration of the PSC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation.   The R4 software runs on Windows 95/98/2000/XP.  The software provides real time display of RPM, manifold pressure, and cell value.  TheR4 software is the same software that is used to program the AIC1.  A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tuning for optimum performance.


  • Two three-dimensional map tables defined by MAF/MAP voltage and RPM
  • Compatible with 2 and 4 stroke engines from 1 to 12 cylinders
  • Laptop adjustable
  • Two modes for either direct output or signal modification
  • Can be mounted in the engine compartment
  • Transient surge and battery reversal protection
SS-PSC1-003$259.00
SS-PSC1-003E        
  • Same as PSC1-003 plus ESC1
$314.00
PSC1-004
Split Second Programmable Signal Calibrator AFM to MAF

The PSC1-004 Programmable Signal Calibrator is designed specifically to perform an air flow meter (AFM) to mass air flow (MAF) conversion. It provides the required signal conditioning and elevation compensation to implement the conversion. The PSC1-004 provides sufficient range of adjustment to calibrate for the sensor conversion as well as performance modifications to the engine. It can be used with naturally aspirated or forced induction engines.


The PSC1-004 is one of a family of programmable calibrators. Other versions of the PSC1 are available that can do mapping where the primary axis is absolute or boost pressure. The PSC1-001 is designed to work specifically on MAP based fuel injection systems. Through a serial interface, the PSC1-004 can be programmed by a laptop computer running the Split Second R4 software. The software provides three dimensional mapping of the MAF signal. The MAF value output is determined by the active cell value. The active cell is determined by MAF sensor output voltage and RPM.


The calibration of the PSC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation. The R4 software runs on Windows 95/98/2000/XP. The software provides real time display of RPM, manifold pressure, and cell value. The R4 software is the same software that is used to program the AIC1. A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tuning for optimum performance.


  • Two three-dimensional map tables defined by MAF voltage and RPM
  • Compatible with 2 and 4 stroke engines from 1 to 12 cylinders
  • Laptop adjustable
  • Elevation compensation
  • Can be mounted in the engine compartment
  • Transient surge and battery reversal protection
SS-PSC1-004 $373.00
PSC1-005
Split Second Programmable Signal Calibrator AFM to MAF with Inverted Output

The PSC1-005 Programmable Signal Calibrator is designed specifically to perform an air flow meter (AFM) to mass air flow (MAF) conversion on vehicles that use an AFM with an inverted output. Such AFMs start at 5V at a light load and output a decreasing voltage as load increases. The PSC1-005 provides the required signal conditioning and elevation compensation to implement the conversion. It provides sufficient range of adjustment to calibrate for the sensor conversion as well as performance modifications to the engine. It can be used with naturally aspirated or forced induction engines.


The PSC1-005 is one of a family of programmable calibrators. Other versions of the PSC1 are available that can do mapping where the primary axis is absolute or boost pressure. The PSC1-001 is designed to work specifically on MAP based fuel injection systems.


Through a serial interface, the PSC1-005 can be programmed by a laptop computer running the Split Second R4 software. The software provides three dimensional mapping of the MAF signal. The MAF value output is determined by the active cell value. The active cell is determined by MAF sensor output voltage and RPM.


The calibration of the PSC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation. The R4 software runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2000. The software provides real time display of RPM, manifold pressure, and cell value. The R4 software is the same software that is used to program the AIC1. A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tuning for optimum performance.


  • Two three-dimensional map tables defined by MAF voltage and RPM
  • Compatible with 2 and 4 stroke engines from 1 to 12 cylinders
  • Laptop adjustable
  • Elevation compensation
  • Can be mounted in the engine compartment
  • Transient surge and battery reversal protection
SS-PSC1-005$373.00
PSC1-006
Split Second Programmable Signal Calibrator Karman to MAF

The PSC1-006 Programmable Signal Calibrator is designed specifically to perform a Karman Vortex to mass air flow (MAF) conversion. The PSC1-006 provides the required signal conditioning and elevation compensation to implement the conversion. It provides sufficient range of adjustment to calibrate for the sensor conversion as well as performance modifications to the engine. It can be used with naturally aspirated or forced induction engines.


The PSC1-006 is one of a family of programmable calibrators. Other versions of the PSC1 are available that can do mapping where the primary axis is absolute or boost pressure. The PSC1-001 is designed to work specifically on MAP based fuel injection systems.


Through a serial interface, the PSC1-006 can be programmed by a laptop computer running the Split Second R4 software. The software provides three dimensional mapping of the MAF signal. The MAF value output is determined by the active cell value. The active cell is determined by MAF sensor output voltage and RPM.


The calibration of the PSC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation. The R4 software runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2000. The software provides real time display of RPM, manifold pressure, and cell value. The R4 software is the same software that is used to program the AIC1. A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tuning for optimum performance.


  • Two three-dimensional map tables defined by MAF voltage and RPM
  • Compatible with 2 and 4 stroke engines from 1 to 12 cylinders
  • Laptop adjustable
  • Elevation compensation
  • Can be mounted in the engine compartment
  • Transient surge and battery reversal protection
SS-PSC1-006$373.00
PSC1-008
Split Second Programmable Signal Calibrator - Late Model GM

The PSC1-008 Programmable Signal Calibrator is designed specifically to calibrate fuel systems that use the late model GM MAF sensor. It provides sufficient range of adjustment to calibrate for larger MAF sensors or fuel injectors as well as performance modifications to the engine. It can be used with naturally aspirated or forced induction engines.


The PSC1-008 is one of a family of programmable calibrators. Other versions of the PSC1 are available that can do mapping where the primary axis is absolute or boost pressure. The PSC1-001 is designed to work specifically on MAP based fuel injection systems.


Through a serial interface, the PSC1-008 can be programmed by a laptop computer running the Split Second R4 software. The software provides three dimensional mapping of the MAF signal. The MAF value output is determined by the active cell value. The active cell is determined by MAF sensor output voltage and RPM.


The calibration of the PSC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation. The R4 software runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2000. The software provides real time display of RPM, manifold pressure, and cell value. The R4 software is the same software that is used to program the AIC1. A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tuning for optimum performance.


  • Two three-dimensional map tables defined by MAF voltage and RPM
  • Compatible with 2 and 4 stroke engines from 1 to 12 cylinders
  • Laptop adjustable
  • Can be mounted in the engine compartment
  • Transient surge and battery reversal protection
SS-PSC1-008$417.00
PSC1-009
Split Second Programmable Signal Calibrator AFM to MAF HV Output

The PSC1-009 Programmable Signal Calibrator is designed specifically to perform an air flow meter (AFM) to mass air flow (MAF) conversion on vehicles that use an AFM with a greater than 5V output. Such AFMs start near 0V at a light load and increase in voltage to above 5V as load increases. The PSC1-009 provides the required signal conditioning and elevation compensation to implement the conversion. It provides sufficient range of adjustment to calibrate for the sensor conversion as well as performance modifications to the engine. It can be used with naturally aspirated or forced induction engines.


The PSC1-009 is one of a family of programmable calibrators. Other versions of the PSC1 are available that can do mapping where the primary axis is absolute or boost pressure. The PSC1-001 is designed to work specifically on MAP based fuel injection systems.


Through a serial interface, the PSC1-009 can be programmed by a laptop computer running the Split Second R4 software. The software provides three dimensional mapping of the MAF signal. The MAF value output is determined by the active cell value. The active cell is determined by MAF sensor output voltage and RPM.


The calibration of the PSC1 is done through a serial interface, which is active while in operation. The R4 software runs on Windows 95/98/NT/2000. The software provides real time display of RPM, manifold pressure, and cell value. The R4 software is the same software that is used to program the AIC1. A variety of editing tools ease the task of setting up an initial map and quickly fine tuning for optimum performance.


  • Two three-dimensional map tables defined by MAF voltage and RPM
  • Compatible with 2 and 4 stroke engines from 1 to 12 cylinders
  • Laptop adjustable
  • Elevation compensation
  • Can be mounted in the engine compartment
  • Transient surge and battery reversal protection
SS-PSC1-009$373.00