AiM T12 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor (EGT) for Kart

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AiM T12 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor (EGT) for Kart

The AiM exhaust gas temperature (EGT) kart sensor accurately measures exhaust gas using a thermocouple placed in the exhaust header pipe for faster data reading and designed to operate with all MyChron kart dash/data loggers.

Key Features :

EGT Sensor T12 Yellow mignon plug 2 pins
Suitable for all Mychrons 4 & 5 S 2T

AiM T12 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor (EGT) for Kart

The AiM exhaust gas temperature (EGT) kart sensor accurately measures exhaust gas using a thermocouple placed in the exhaust header pipe for faster data reading and designed to operate with all MyChron kart dash/data loggers (including the new MyChron5 S and the older generation MyChron4).

When running the thermocouple cable through the chassis, ensure to keep it as far as possible from other cables, such as RPM cables or receivers, to minimise interference.

The exhaust gas temperature sensor uses a two-pin mignon plug
Different fitments available, including KZ /KF kart engines (T12 Rotax, X30, OK)


Connections

MyChron4/5 S 2T Sensors are connected to the dash using the single patch lead (supplied with the dash), which splits into 2. Spare sensors are advisable to have as a spare or to have fitted to a 2nd race engine.

Please note, if you want to monitor both exhausts (EGT) and under the plug, or two exhaust (EGT) or two under plug temperatures (CHT), you will need to use the Double Temperature patch lead, which is fitted with 2 Mignon yellow plugs. These cables are available in the Accessories Tab.




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AiM T12 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor (EGT) for Kart

  • Temperature Working Range: 0-1000°C (32-1832°F)
  • Cable: Compensated
  • Cable Length: 250mm (9.8")
  • 2 pin Male Connector

 

AiM T12 Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor (EGT) for Kart

  • 1 x AiM T12 (EGT) Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor

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