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AiM Brake Pressure Sensor M10 0-160 Bar

SKU: S-P-B-M10-160 - X05PSA00160B10

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AiM Brake Pressure Sensor M10 0-160 Bar


AiM M10 0-160 bar pressure sensor suitable for brake pressure reading.


Key Features:


  • M10 0-160 bar
  • 4 pin binder 719 binder
  • Free race studio 3 download


M10 0-160 Bar Brake Pressure Sensor


AiM 0-160 M10 bar pressure sensor is suitable for brake pressure reading, being able to read pressures up to 160 bars.


Please Note: MXS / MXP / MXG / MXL (Strada and Pista) / MXL2 / EVO5 / MXm etc harnesses are fitted with 719 connections. To extend the length between your dash display/logger and the analogue sensor, please use the 719-719 extension lead which is available in various lengths from 0.5 - 3 metres. For most installations, you will need one of these leads.

 

EVO4 / EVO4S logger / Channel Expansion are fitted with 712 connections and require a 712-719 extension lead to connect these sensors.

 

AiM Technologies are committed to supplying, professional engineers with quality Motorsport products. Our cables and accessories are well-engineered and designed for demanding motorsport applications and the demands that racing puts on components. Which makes ours amongst the best in the marketplace today.


Unlock your potential



Our mission is to help educate you and enable you to get the most out of your AiM data equipment… whether you are new to racing or a seasoned professional, there is always something new to learn.



    AiM Brake Pressure Sensor M10 0-160 Bar

    • Supply: 8-16 V
    • Accuracy: <+/_ 0.5% FS (CLNH - combined non-linearity and hysteresis
    • Characterisation: 500mV / 0 bar
    • Consumption: 4500 mV / 5 bar
    • Temperature working range: from -20°C to 135°C
    • Sealing: IP66
    • Housing: 316 stainless steel
    • Weight: 30g
    • Cable Length: 400mm
    • Thread: M10

    AiM Brake Pressure Sensor M10 0-160 Bar

     

     




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    AiM Brake Pressure Sensor M10 0-160 Bar


    AiM M10 0-160 bar pressure sensor suitable for brake pressure reading.



    Key Features:




    • M10 0-160 bar
    • 4 pin binder 719 binder
    • Free race studio 3 download


    M10 0-160 Bar Brake Pressure Sensor


    AiM 0-160 M10 bar pressure sensor is suitable for brake pressure reading, being able to read pressures up to 160 bars.




    Please Note: MXS / MXP / MXG / MXL (Strada and Pista) / MXL2 / EVO5 / MXm etc harnesses are fitted with 719 connections. To extend the length between your dash display/logger and the analogue sensor, please use the 719-719 extension lead which is available in various lengths from 0.5 - 3 metres. For most installations, you will need one of these leads.

     

    EVO4 / EVO4S logger / Channel Expansion are fitted with 712 connections and require a 712-719 extension lead to connect these sensors.

     

    AiM Technologies are committed to supplying, professional engineers with quality Motorsport products. Our cables and accessories are well-engineered and designed for demanding motorsport applications and the demands that racing puts on components. Which makes ours amongst the best in the marketplace today.


    Unlock your potential



    Our mission is to help educate you and enable you to get the most out of your AiM data equipment… whether you are new to racing or a seasoned professional, there is always something new to learn.





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      AiM Brake Pressure Sensor M10 0-160 Bar

      • Supply: 8-16 V
      • Accuracy: <+/_ 0.5% FS (CLNH - combined non-linearity and hysteresis
      • Characterisation: 500mV / 0 bar
      • Consumption: 4500 mV / 5 bar
      • Temperature working range: from -20°C to 135°C
      • Sealing: IP66
      • Housing: 316 stainless steel
      • Weight: 30g
      • Cable Length: 400mm
      • Thread: M10

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