Learn about OneGauge display options.
There are currently three main ways to view the sensor readings collected by the OneGuage Hub.
- The simplest method uses Android app called Torque to display data. Check out the app here on Google play or read an in-depth review with a list of features here.
- A second way to view data works on any device (Apple, Android, PC, or MAC) and sends data through an OBDII port, just like modern vehicles. You can use off-the-shelf OBDII adapters to send the data to a phone, tablet, or computer.
- A third way is to use one or more dedicated OneGauge LCD touch-screens. These screens have a more professional and permanent appearance and are ideal for instrument clusters or center consoles. LCD screens are customizable and can be designed using a variety of gauge styles and layouts and can included like on-screen buttons to control vehicle accessories.
To see examples of different types of screens, check out our Examples page.
A great option for either removable or permanent displays.
Can be installed as a permanent display or replacement instrument cluster.