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AiM Brake Pressure Sensor, 2000 psi

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Brand: AIM Sports

This 2000 psi pressure sensor is ideal for measuring brake pressure (or any other pressures too high for a 100 psi sensor). This sensor has a 4-pin 719 (plastic push-on) connector and a male 1/8 NPT thread.

It can be easily installed in your 3AN brake hose by adding our Tee Fitting with 1/8 NPT Female Branch and -3 Hose Ends (Part No. MC-344, sold separately).

Sensor body design may vary.

Note: Unlike most data logger sensors, this sensor requires battery voltage (10 - 30 VDC). Most sensors use a 5V reference signal, which is the standard for most data loggers. This sensor can only be used if the channel has a battery voltage ( +Vb ) signal available. This includes Channels 4 through 8 on the MXL Pista, Channels 8 through 11 on the MXL Pro05, Channels 4 through 8 on the EVO3 Pista, and Channels 8 through 12 on the EVO3 Pro. All channels of the EVO4 and MXL2/MXG/MXS have this voltage available and can use this sensor.

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MC-327

Condition: New

$159.99
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5.0

Great service, perfect item for my needs

By Never Forgotten 456

from UK

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Comments about AiM Brake Pressure Sensor, 2000 psi:

Great item and well priced In the UK. Customer service was just awesome and a please to deal with.

 
5.0

Perfect

By synfinatic

from San Jose, CA

Verified Buyer

Comments about AiM Brake Pressure Sensor, 2000 psi:

Smaller then equivalent sensors from other vendors and has the necessary Binder 719 connector for connecting directly to your dash makes it completely plug & play on a motorcycle. Of course for car applications you'll need to fabricate your own extension for the wiring.

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