Utilising Satelite technology the G-200+ Rally Computer is the first commercially available tripmeter that can be used without the need of connection to wheel probe or speed sensor.
Functions in the G-200+:
- GPS or Wheel Probe Operation
- Total Distance Counter
- Interval Distance Counter
- Current Speed
- Maximum Speed
- 0-100kph performance timer
- 2 Auxiliary Inputs
This top of the range model offers everything a co-driver would require, multiple tripmeters, clocks and stopwatches, fuel gauges etc.
With two different options of Monit GPS Antenna (ordered separately), you have a roof mag mount or interior windscreen mount to suit all needs.
The unit can still be used with a separate wheel probe or speed sensor if required, which will eliminate any discrepancies due to a lack of GPS signal in tunnels and under heavy tree cover, and is totally automated by the unit itself.
New for 2020, all G100+ & G200+ systems have an updated GPS system, which will be significantly noticed by customers in situations where it is difficult to get satellite coverage.
- In particular, accuracy in the following situations will be greatly improved:
- Narrow valleys
- Tight windy roads with high banks or other tall elements on the road esge
- Urban canyon situations - when high buildings block satellite visibility
- Tree coverage over roads
The G200+ has additional stopwatch and average speed calculators that have been added to assist in regulariy, classic and old timer events, and a new ability to select what features to display on the top line of the display. Current, speed, stopwatch 2, average speed 2 and interval distance counter are the options allowing the driver and co-driver to setup the Monit to display the most important information for their event, be it for recce, modern rally, old-timer, regularity tests or other applications such as using the Monit as a speedometer replacement. For the G200+ the average speed calculator has been updated and now clears instantly on a button press. This is now more suitable and accurate for regularity and classic car tests. The average speed can now be cleared using the aux inputs via a foot reset (available separately).