When the car gets to the lower edge limit
(‘Min’), the speedometer scale turns green – as in the shown image.
The scale remains green until reaching the Speed Limit (‘Edge’). By exceeding this speed limit, the scale turns red,
and will remain red until the speed exceeds the upper edge limit
(‘Max’). In addition to this, you can set the individual sound signals for speed limits, as well as the ranges from Min
and from Edge
. Furthermore, you can set the sound signal for indicating the return of the speed to the ‘concrete’ limit (Back
Having set the various sound signals, you can drive your car without distracting your attention onto Ulysse, thus avoiding speeding tickets.
Initially, the speed limits – which are valid in most countries of Europe and the US – are preset in Ulysse Speedometer. Two independent sets of limits for km/h and mph are supported.
Each set can include up to ten limits, each of them containing values for Min
speeds. The limits cannot overlap themselves (i.e., the max. value of the lower limit cannot be more than the min. value of the next limit).
In most cases it is enough to change only the main value of the limit – Edge;
the rest of the values will be set by the application automatically. Of course if you need to, you can change them individually.