Page 23: Rev Counter Driver information system ® l<)NAVI button MODE! : Press the MODE! button until the de sired tab is displayed. To have the last navigation cue repeated: Press - Scroll the left thumbwheel to select the desired the button while route guidance is active. function. Page 24: Mileage Recorder
According to another thread (which could be mistaken) apart from the J2 these speedometers with the Smiths PB and P.B. speedometer codes were also used on the F2, F3, and L2 . Might the speedometer be from a J2 Coupé ? It is in such good condition that it seems to have had a very sheltered life. Sam
On Smiths tachs, the positive terminal is on the right side as seen from the front. 5. Calibration The tacho calibration is handled via the trimmer R5. Set the trimmer to a middle position before you start the calibration.
Jun 20, 2020 · Please note that we specialise in SMITHS MOTORCYCLE instruments with Magnetic type movements. From 1964 onward most SMITHS motorcycle instruments were of the Magnetic Movement type and can be identified by having SSM (speedometer) or RSM ( rev-counter ) at the beginning of the part number on the dial face.
5.1 Provide documentation for the date of calibration for the Protean Instruments ultra low level alpha/beta counter, model IPC 9025 used for Smiths Detection factory leak testing measurements taken on May 14, 2004 on both the Sabre 4000 and IONSCAN 500DT models.
I mistakenly (ignorantly) purchased a new tachometer that is designed to run from the alternator of a diesel engine. I thought I had found a "regular" tach with an RPM range that would work for my Atomic 4. Live and learn. I currently monitor the engine rpms with a portable tach and dwell...
The instruments ‘Standards’ books enable us to determine which vehicle they were used on, together with build and calibration detail. In the early days of MG instrument restoration the lead was taken by Smiths and what followed was a continuation of their decisions based on their own experience and factory records.
Speedo Calibration. There are a couple of methods. The one I used when having my recalibrated is by having an exact known measured distance of say 10 miles. Travel it first with a car that you trust the speedo/odometer reading. You then travel that distance again and see what you end up with. Say it is 8.5 miles. The design reminisces that of old Smiths tachometers. An attractive dial face with pointer yield that classic analogue look to the instrument‘s rev. counter, which is powered by a precision stepper motor. An LCD display and four control LED’s provide a precise, high definition read-out of the instrument‘s functions. I'm thinking of giving up on this as it's in the too hard box. My headset has been customised and the Smiths speedo is a good fit, but not having it calibrated is a big issue. Surely someone must've had one converted or sorted. I know a few guys just bend the needle so it reads ok at a mid speed like 50mph, but this doesn't cut it for me.