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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.

  • #2
    love at first site greenman.. o golly

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    • #3
      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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      • #4
        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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        • #5
          greenman, ur unreal. im excited! im excited im excited

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          • #6
            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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            • #7
              cheap, probably $7-10. I'll tally up what the components cost.

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              • #8
                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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                • #9
                  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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                  • #10
                    so, you just need a 180 ohm resistor. Wire it like this:

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

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                    • #11
                      Hi All. Dakota Digital http://www.dakotadigital.com have these units SEN-09-3 which is a local pressure sensor for vacumme and 0-30 PSI pressure, ideal for measuring turbo boost. I have asked and they tell me the signal out is 0 to 5 vdc.
                      Perfect for the Fusion Brain, and the pressure is right in the range we want to measure so it is going to be nice and accurate.

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                      • #12
                        seems that dakota digital has a lot of nice sensors. i wouldnt mind the tire pressure ones.. i bet they all work off of 5vdc..
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                        • #13
                          I have a bunch of these with my air ride kit, if you have any graphical representations of how you wired it, please post!
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                          • #14
                            were we at with this?

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                            • #15
                              The post above gives the range of values the sensor works with.

                              You want to make a circuit like this:

                              +5vdc-->100ohm resistor--->sensor signal lead and fusion brain input--->sensor--->ground

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