Good parrot (I can quote advertising too). I read that plus the entire site,
Q: Will it be possible to setup the analog output for a linear 0 to 1 volt = 10:1 to 30:1 air fuel? And what is the accuracy of the output?
A: The outputs are 10 bit A/D's with 0-5V output. The software in the LM-1 maps Lambda Values of 0.5 to 1.523 (7.35 to 22.4 AFR) into a 10 bit value (0..1023). The programming of the analog outputs then maps the programmed values to the appropriate output voltages. An output of 0 - 1V has about a 200 step resolution as this is 1/5 of the 0-5V output with 1023 step resolution.The mapping is capable of 7.35 to 22.4 AFR. A range of 10-30 AFR would require significant changes in the software of the LM-1.
but do not see any one confirming it exists on a released unit.
So you have bought one and this advertised function actually is there and works? If you have one then be helpful and confirm that the function is there and accurate. (I am sorry it is bad enough when members do it, but it really bugs me when moderators are snide to someone who is on the board for information and are not causing problems or flame wars.)
I can not think of a single electronic device hawked on these boards (other than simple analog gauges) that actually have all their advertised functions. That post was written prior to release and producers love to advertise they have everything both before and after release.
So it remains a valid question and the referred to advertising post does not answer the question.
It was 3:00 so I may not have properly qualified the question - so if either innovate_patrick (assuming they are from the company) or someone that has a production unit would confirm its functioning.