EV2 Warning Light Programmer

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EV2 Warning Light Programmer

- USB programming cable
- Software CD
- Instructions 

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  • 5
    Helps keeping things in line

    Posted by RepoDevil on Oct 16th 2015

    This helps a lot u set your mark and u don't have to stare at your gauges every minute lets you know if you have a problem or not.

  • 4
    Old School but works

    Posted by Tenikiwon on Jun 16th 2015

    Needed an option to set the warning lamp option of my gauges. That is does.

    Found out my gauges were much brighter than my dash, was able to tone them down.

    Not the easiest to install, instructions on CD didn't match what I ended up doing to get it to work.
    The software is crude, doesn't save settings, and isn't the most intuative.
    It works and does what they say it will.

  • 5
    Helps keep me aware before hitting redline

    Posted by Marv on Mar 9th 2015

    This is a really good thing to have if you run isspro gauges. being able to set the warning light on trans temp, egt, and fuel pressure keeps me from from having to look over and read the gauge to see where I'm at. Now I can just give it a quick glance... no red light... keep on boosting up the hill.

  • 5
    Good safety measure for the gauges.

    Posted by Paul on Jan 2nd 2015

    Loading the software driver onto the computer was confusing with the terminology used in the instructions but once it was loaded I had no issues programming the warning light parameters to the gauges.

  • 5
    Would be a 5 if it worked out of the box

    Posted by UW Mitch on Feb 24th 2014

    This is a pretty cool product that allows you to program various attributes of EV2 (and Performax) gauges. Namely, setting the set-point for the warning light. My gauges came with the warning light hardware, but was before they actually had the gauges programmed to trigger.

    The software is fairly intuitive to use, and anyone with moderate computer skills *should* be able to use it, no problem. HOWEVER, there are two potential problems - some of the USB cables were bad - a known issue from ISSPRO which they've fixed, but if you're getting one from older stock, the cable could be dead on arrival. Also, there's some driver updates, which can be found here ( if anyone has this and is finding an error along the lines of the ISSPRO software not being able to find the device or the cable, I just talked to Michael this morning and he said about a week and a half ago, Microsoft sent a Windows update that broke their drivers and that the new drivers are available here:


    With my particular order the programmer didn't work out of the box. So after a call to ISSPRO I found out about the driver thing. That didn't solve the problem, so they sent me a new cable, Priority Mail. Together, the two issues were solved and I'm very happy with the product. I definitely recommend it, but if you do run into any problems, just call ISSPRO and they'll take care of you.


  • 5
    Easy to use

    Posted by Jason C on Feb 17th 2014

    Product does what it says and is easy to use