A housing to replace the NSX clock. It holds two Digole 1.8" OLED displays
and a custom PCB
that contains a Teensy 3.2 microprocessor
. The current version of the PCB has an optional daughterboard
for a selectable OBD2 termination resistor.
NOTE: this requires you also get a housing bottom
, to hold the displays and PCB in place. (I suppose you could try using glue or something like that instead.)
NOTE: this also requires threaded inserts to secure the housing bottom. These
are the current suggestion.