AiM RPM ECU Coil Adapter - ARP03 Motorcycle

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AiM RPM-ECU Coil Adapter – ARP03

The AiM RPM - ECU coil adapter is a filter that allows you to sample the RPM signal from the coil and the ECU.

Key Features :

Filters signal For ECU without CAN output


AiM RPM-ECU Coil Adapter – ARP03

The AiM RPM - ECU coil adapter is a filter that allows you to sample the RPM signal from the coil and the ECU, avoiding possible signal instabilities or wrong sampling due to electrical interferences that lead to voltage peaks or to an RPM signal whose square wave is not perfect.
The AiM adapter cleans the signal from undesired peaks and squares the signal waveform.
The adapter is helpful for ECU without CAN output.


Installation To Sample The Signal From The Coil

Connect the white cable labelled "RPM COIL 150-400V" to the coil earth trigger output.
Connect the blue cable labelled "RPM form" to the "RPM" output of the AiM device.
Connect the red cable labelled "V battery" to a switched 12V supply.
Connect the black cable labelled "GND" to a reference GND of the vehicle.

Installation To Sample The Signal From The ECU

Connect the blue cable labelled "RPM ECU 4-50V" to the ECU RPM output.
Connect the blue cable labelled "RPM form" to the AiM device "RPM" input.
Connect the red cable labelled "V battery" to a switched 12V supply.
Connect the black cable labelled "GND" to a reference GND of the vehicle.


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AiM RPM-ECU Coil Adapter – ARP03

  • Installation to sample the signal from coil:
  • Connect the white cable labelled "RPM Coil 150-400V" to the coil earth trigger
  • Connect the blue cable labelled "RPM form" to the RPM output of the AiM device
  • Connect the red cable labelled "V battery" to a switch 12V supply
  • Connect the black cable labelled "GND" to a reference GND of the vehicle
  • Installing to sample the signal from the ECU:
  • Connect the blue cable labelled "RPM ECU 4-50V" to the ECU RPM output
  • Connect the blue cable labelled "RPM form: to an AiM device "RPM" input
  • Connect the red cable labelled "V battery" to a switch 12V supply
  • Connect the black cable labelled "GND" to a reference GND of the vehicle






AiM RPM-ECU Coil Adapter – ARP03

  • 1 x RPM-ECU Coil Adaptor

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