As you know, mid-year last year, Edge Products dropped the newest version of their infamous Insight CTS3. The Insight monitors have been out for years and when a new version drops, it is a big deal. You may recall where we got one of our own and tested it out. We were nothing but impressed with the new technology and wish everyone could have one.
Unfortunately, there was only support for a certain year of vehicles and brands. Today, I am happy to inform you that Edge has spread their support to even more vehicles and you may just fall into this category. Calling all 1998.5 to 2005 Dodge Ram trucks, get your orders in now. The Insight CTS3 monitor is ready to go to work.
Regardless of the application, Edge’s Insight CTS3 (PN: 84130-3) will have you covered. Whether you’re street driving, sled pulling, or drag racing, this monitor will give you virtually every value of data you want. Important factors like transmission temperature, exhaust gas temperature, fuel pressure, and boost pressure are here. Also new is the backup camera function (coming as soon as Edge releases a camera adapter). The CTS3 has it all.
“The Insight CTS3 has been one of the largest releases in Edge’s history. With the overwhelming popularity of the Insight CTS2, the Insight CTS3 added features that customers have been asking for. When they saw the new screen with these new features, it was a home run from the start,” said Jared Venz, Brand Manager of Edge Products.
Today’s announcement adds the parameter coverage for the 1998.5-2005 Ram Cummins trucks. Any current inventory or products in the field can be updated to include this new coverage.
- Razor-thin display integrates into your cab seamlessly unlike other bulky monitors and busy gauge clusters.
- 5” HD screen, the largest available on the market, accommodates up to multiple colors and clocks at a faster frame rate than competing monitors.
- Proprietary one-touch navigation menu. Seamlessly swipe through data and check alerts with the most intuitive and improved user interface ever designed for a truck programmer/monitor
- One HDMI cable to power the monitor and link your EAS accessories as opposed to multiple inputs and bulkier cables that come standard on other devices.
- Day or night with Edge’s built-in light sensitivity meter your monitor will adjust the brightness giving you the ideal brightness while driving.
For more information about Edge Products and the CTS3 monitor head on over to their website here. If you want to touch base on our full breakdown and review, check out the story here. For those of you who are out there and monitorless, what are you waiting for? What are your thoughts on the new Insight CTS3? Let us know in the comments below.