Universal Android Programmable 4
Channel Window Switch
Subject to change!
The WS100, a
universal Android programmable 4
channel window switch with data logging capabilities, will
offer 4 individually configurable 1A outputs based on a
number of analog and digital inputs. The input and output
values will be able to be data logged and stored on a micro
SD card on most any Android device via a wireless Bluetooth
connection. The WS100 has 3 configurable analog inputs for
throttle position, temperature, pressure, or any other
analog sensor. The WS100 also has two frequency inputs for
Engine RPM and vehicle speed, plus 1 digital input for use
with a brake switch, push button, pressure switch, etc. In
addition to the 3 analog, 2 frequency, and 1 digital inputs
the WS100 also includes a battery voltage input that is also
used for window switches and data logging. The Android app
is 100% free to use with purchase of a WS100 and is
compatible with most Android phones and tablets.
The WS100 includes the following features:
- Android app with Bluetooth
- Data logging of all inputs and
- Stylish mountable black enclosure
with status LED's
- 4 user configurable "windowed"
outputs (Sink up to 1A each)
- 3 configurable analog sensor
- 2 digital frequency inputs for
engine rpm and vehicle speed
- 1 digital input active high or
- Battery voltage input
- Powered by a powerful high
- Limited 1 year warranty
- Retail price ONLY $249.99
Note: Data logging capability may
not be available at initial release, but will be available
with an Android software update.
When will it be available?
This has been pushed back a few times now, hopefully we will
find the time to finish this up very soon! Contact us for
Will you support the
iPhone? No, Android devices are cheap enough there is no
reason not to go buy a cheap tablet or borrow your buddies.
Is this just for DSM's/EVO's?
No, this will be 100% universal and will work with virtually
any vehicle powered by a 12VDC negative ground system
including cars, trucks, gas, diesel, ATV's and Marine
Will I need an Android
phone to use it? No, only needed to configure it and if
you wish to data log. Once the inputs and outputs are
configured the unit is fully standalone and will operate as
such until the configuration is changed with an Android
Will there be data logging?
Yes, but the development time to fully support it is taking
to long, so this will be available in an Android update when
finished and not available at the initial release.
What does it do? This
is really designed (but not limited to) for those that are
using a stock ECU in their car or an ECU with limited
configurable inputs/outputs or no/limited access to data
logging. This can be used as a fail safe alarm when at WOT
and your wideband goes below a certain AFR, or if fuel
pressure falls below a set value. It can also be used to
spray nitrous or meth when the right conditions are met, or
as simple as control a radiator fan. The uses are really
limitless and you can configure each output to special
values based on the connected sensors, or ignore the ones
you don't care about. Using it as a fail safe you could have
it cut spark or simply light up a light on the dash or sound
a warning buzzer. On top of all of this the inputs you have
connected, along with the current state of the outputs can
all be data logged when connected wirelessly via Bluetooth
to your Android device.
Do you need any beta
testers? Yes and no. I have several people already lined
up for beta testing, however if you have a working android
device with Bluetooth and a running vehicle you are willing
to wire into, send an e-mail to
and let me know.
Where can we follow the
progress? Most updates are announced on my Facebook page
along with some boring pictures, but there will be some
updated on this product page and on the home page.