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Let me reword this a little. Maybe since my LM2 is not working, I should just get a multi-channel recorder? Is there something available that gives an alarm, and records multiple channels? Most important, that is reliable?

I have a LM 2 Innovate that has been a bit buggy since new. The suggested reloading it with a different computer, but that didn't work. I tried reloading firmware, but it hangs at 90% on the verification test.

Are there more reliable, better supported, units? Or should I just try buying another new LM 2 Innovate?

I only use it for data logging my mixture vs RPM, just so I can tune. Is there something better??



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They won't warranty it? That's what I'd be pushing for.


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Don LaSota (Lasota Racing) recommended that I use the Zeitronix system. It has worked flawlessly for me for the past 8-9 years.

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Don LaSota (Lasota Racing) recommended that I use the Zeitronix system. It has worked flawlessly for me for the past 8-9 years.


He said the same for me also.
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I only use it for data logging my mixture vs RPM, just so I can tune. Is there something better??
What system are you tuning with?
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My LM-2 works great , have you tried seeing if you can get a RMA# from Innovate to send it in to have checked out
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