AiM Oil/Water Thermocouple Temperature Sensor M10 K Type Motorcycle

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AiM Oil/Water Thermocouple Temperature Sensor M10 K Type

The AiM water thermocouple temperature sensor with M10 thread allows you to measure water temperature by placing the thermocouple in the cooling system.

Key Features :

Measure water temperature  Thermocouple male fitting
Wide temperature range

AiM Oil/Water Thermocouple Temperature Sensor M10 K Type

The AiM water thermocouple temperature sensor with M10 thread allows you to measure water temperature by placing the thermocouple in the cooling systemThe AiM K Type thermocouple temperature sensor is fitted with two pins male thermocouple connection.

It can measure the water temperature by being placed in the cooling system. When fitting the sensor, ensure it is far from heat and electromagnetic interference sources like the RPM cable or lap receiver cables.

Temperature range of 0-150°C
Sensor cable length 25cm
Professional quality sensors for accurate readings
Designed for the harsh Motorsport environment
2 Pin K-Type thermocouple male connector


Connections

To use the sensors with EVO4 and EVO4S data loggers, you will need a TC yellow 712 4 pin patch lead (metal binder plug) or to use them with an AIM TC Hub or directly to a MyChron4 or MyChron5 kart lap timer/dash logger, you will need a TC yellow 712 3 pin patch lead (metal binder plug).

MXS, MXG, MXP, MXL2 and EVO5 will require a TC - TC yellow patch lead. To connect the thermocouples to these Aim dash/loggers, you need to use the dedicated harness supplied with your device.


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AiM Oil/Water Thermocouple Temperature Sensor M10 K Type

  • Temperature working range: 0-150°C
  • Cable sensor length: 25cm
  • Cable Type: Compensated
  • Two pins male thermocouple connection
  • K Type thermocouple

AiM Oil/Water Thermocouple Temperature Sensor M10 K Type

  • AiM Thermocouple M10 Water Temperature Sensor

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