Many of the forum members have one version or another of SilverLeaf in their coaches. I have the PC one which I like. Does data logging to store on the laptop and will display many of the readings all at the same time instead of cycling through them. It will fit on a laptop with the laptop also running a maping program - both displayed at the same time. Will prepare error codes for download to a floppy to hand to a service tech. New versions tell you in english what a displayed error code is.
>>Does anyone have a Silver Leaf VMS 200 engine monitoring system installed in their coach?<<
I have the first production CC ( 99 Magna 5703), installed VMS II unit. It has performed flawlessly for over 6 years & although it isn't the same unit as yours a lot of the screens are the same...what are your questions?
Terry, I was wondering if you can program the unit to notify you when a scheduled maintenance item is due, most of the time I don't remember to check that screen. It would be nice if when you start the M/H the VMS would give some kind of notice to check the maintenance screen.
Earl: I am not sure if Silverleaf notifies you about scheduled maintenance. I use Ned's Rolling Stock for that. The "reminder" section is one of many that his program handles. I have about eight years worth of data in Rolling Stock. Only problem with that program is it clocks daily cost of operating and total cost of operating the rig <G>.