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Thread: 150 PSI Air Pressure Sensor

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    150 PSI Air Pressure Sensor

    This is on its way to me:


    http://www.dakotadigital.com/index.c...rod/prd124.htm

    and I should have it by the end of this week. I will update accordingly.

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    love at first site greenman.. o golly

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    O.K. I'll bite. How are you going to hook that to your FBrain? Looks like it only has 2 wires and don't FB sensor inputs have 3? I only ask cause I need the same thing for my air horns.
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    well, I got it today.

    You hook it up through a resistor network. We will provide the adapter cable, and you order the sensors directly from dakota digital.

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    greenman, ur unreal. im excited! im excited im excited

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenman100 View Post
    well, I got it today.

    You hook it up through a resistor network. W[HL]e will provide the adapter cable[/HL], and you order the sensors directly from dakota digital.
    How much?
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    cheap, probably $7-10. I'll tally up what the components cost.

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    Thumbs up

    where are we at with this ???
    I want to place the order for the brain, 4 temps and a pressure switch ASAP.

    I figure if i gotta pay postage may as well be on the lot, rather than do it twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ginigma View Post
    So is there some simple circuit (amybe just a couple resistors or something) that we could build ourselves? Until you get the "professional" ones done?
    Below are the specs on the 150psi pressure sensor:
    Code:
    150psi, 1/8-27 NPT
    
    PSI		R typical	R max		R min
    0		10		13		5
    14.5		31		35		27
    29		52		56		48
    43.5		70		74		66
    58		88		92		84
    72.5		106		111		101
    87		124		129		119
    101.5		140		150		130
    116		155		170		145
    130.5		170		185		155
    145		184		214		154
    
    Maximum 435 psi for 2 seconds only.
    Operating Temperature:  -13F - +212F (to +248F max. 1 hour) on
    connecting thread.

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    so, you just need a 180 ohm resistor. Wire it like this:

    +5v
    |
    sensor
    |
    analog input
    |
    resistor
    |
    Ground

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