Aim Brake Pressure Sensor M10 Car – Aim Shop - Motorsport Data Loggers, Displays and Laptimers

Aim Brake Pressure Sensor M10 Car

SKU: S-P-B-M10
Availability: 48 in stock
£180.00

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The Brake Pressure sensor is fitted with a 719 plastic binder connector to fit on to our systems or extension leads.

This is classed as an analog sensor and will use one analog input on the logger or display which can be used not only to see brake pressure, but allows you to see  braking points both start and end.

You can also see if the driver is getting tired when braking during the race or the brake system is becoming in-effective. Running this in conjunction with a throttle sensor also allows you to see coasting time, the most important thing to reduce, to gain more lap time.


How to set up on a Pressure sensor on a AIM Data logger System using Race Studio 2.

Go to the Race Studio 2 software and open the programme, on the top bar double click customize sensor, when the box opens, in type of measure select pressure.

Next,

On line 1, in the X column type 500, and in the Y column type 0
Then

10 Bar - On line 2 in the X column type 4500 and in the Y column type 10
100 Bar - On line 2 in the X column type 4500 and in the Y column type 100
Then press the compute Curve button, this should create the liner graph for you.

Lastly Rename your sensor as you wish, so you recognise it, then press the save button.

Now exit, to locate the sensor and assign it to your logger, go to Device Configuration, and the sensor will be in the drop down selection of sensors on the Sensor type under the channels tab.

How to set up on a Pressure sensor on a AIM Data logger System using Race Studio 3.

Open Race Studio 3 software, in the top left, on the configuration buttons, click custom sensor, when the box opens, then click on the New button in the top middle of the screen,

This brings up a custom sensor configuration screen.

in type of measure type box select Pressure

in calibrate type leave as none.

Input type is mV.

Next,

On line 1, in the X column type 500, and in the Y column type 0
Then

10 Bar - On line 2 in the X column type 4500 and in the BAR column type 10
100 Bar - On line 2 in the X column type 4500 and in the BAR column type 100
Press enter.

This should create the liner graph for you.

Lastly Rename your sensor as you wish, in the top box, in Sensor Name, so you recognise it, then press the save button, and the close button.

Now go back to the dash configuration, choose your dash setup from the Devise Configuration, click on the channel you have input the sensor too, select function as pressure, and oil Pressure, this then should bring your custom sensor up in the sensor list, then check all is setup right and press save.

Extra Information.

Electrical Connections :
Red: +VB Supply
Blue : 0v Common
Yellow: Signal

Custom Sensor Information

0 bar: 500mv
100 bar: 4500mv
Supply voltage: 8-16 volts
Output: 0.5 – 4.5 volts

Connection to a 719 or 712 Binder Plug,

from the solder view, going to the logger

Top right pin 1: Signal
Bottom right pin : ground
Top Left pin 4: not connected
Bottom left pin 3: +VB – 12volts