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Old 06-22-2006, 11:45 PM   #1
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I would like to data log fuel pressure to a Zeitronix Zt 02 unit as the 5th input user defined source. Can anyone recommend a pressure sensor that will supply the 0-5vdc input signal?
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I run the autometer fuel pressure sensor into my ZT-2. The 0-5v is 0-100 psi so the percentage you read corresponds to the fuel pressure. It stops reading at 98 psi even if you go over 100
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Thank you for the quick response. On my way to Autobarn now.
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I left out a word-- TPS--, I am using the TPS ZT-2 input for fuel 0-100% equals 0-100psi. You can also use the auxilliary input, but that will read the voltage and you will need to convert in your head.
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