Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, the home of all things fast and technologically advanced, brought home the 2013 GM Design Awards "Best New High-Performance Chevrolet Product" Award at SEMA last month. It was presented on November 8th in Las Vegas, Nevada to CEO and Owner Ken Lingenfelter during the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) Show.
Thirteen individual categories comprise the General Motors Design Awards, which are distributed to manufacturers and customizers who display innovative and creative contributions to the specialty equipment industry. The award given to Lingenfelter was the Design Award for the CAN2-002, which is a CAN-to-analog gauge and relay output module. It is designed to convert CAN data (including GMLAN and J1939 data) to analog outputs. The CAN2-002 is capable of displaying nearly any data on the vehicle’s data network.
The CAN2-002 was engineered for most 2006 and newer General Motors vehicles and crate engines, and is also compatible with heavy trucks, buses, and marine engines equipped with SAE J1939. It enables control over gauges and other devices without needing to duplicate already-installed sensors. Each module provides up to four outputs, and multiple modules can be used on a single vehicle. Analog gauges such as temperature, pressure, tachometer, and speedometer are all controlled through the outputs, as well as fans, warning lights, reverse lights, and other devices seeking an analog activation signal via relays.
"The Lingenfelter team was delighted to win this award from Chevrolet," said Ken Lingenfelter, "The CAN2-002 is a carefully engineered component specifically designed to help performance enthusiasts easily control and clearly display a wealth of vital engine data."
The Lingenfelter CAN2-002 is available at www.lingenfelter.com.