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Thread: 150 PSI Air Pressure Sensor

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    Awesome, that's what I wanted to hear. Thanks!

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    Are there any screen shots of this working. This is my last missing link to my air ride setup. Thanks

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    I don't think anyone has a working skin for the gauges yet, at least that I could fine. I think there is one guy on here that had a Lexus with air ride and he uses the computer to control his whole system. I just want to display my gauges on screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flnole78 View Post
    I don't think anyone has a working skin for the gauges yet, at least that I could fine. I think there is one guy on here that had a Lexus with air ride and he uses the computer to control his whole system. I just want to display my gauges on screen.
    There are lots of people who do this and that it works for. One person even competes in shows that we helped design his skin for. Since the skin is his we cannot post that.

    But the function to give access to these guages is included with the configurator. How you display it is entirely up to you.
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    Greenman, Toaster - having done alot of reading on the FB and in this current application is perfect for me! am I right in thinking that in theory any pressure sensor would be compatible with the FB and not just the Dakota's?

    Thanks

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    any sensor that outputs in resistance or voltage, yes.

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    Superb! Just what I wanted to hear

    Thanks again

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    Just giving this some more thought, the FB can talk to the pressure sensors to relay the bag/tank pressures to the pc I understand that

    Whats the situation with the air ride solenoids (raise & dump)? Can they also be wired to the FB to allow ride height control via a touch screen?

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    yes. or control by pressure.

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    Control by pressure? how do you mean? I remember reading on other thread about writing code 'if the pressure drops below x inflat, if its above y deflat' in my very simple terms LOL

    I think for clarity in my mind (must admit I'm alittle bit of a novice when it comes to this), if I use the sensors (dakota or other) to give me the bag pressures on screen and can wire up the solnoids to the FB I can have some nice 'up & down' arrows on my touch screen that should do me fine

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