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Very informative video for the guys who do not have a Wideband connected up to their Trinity..

Thanks Johan!
 

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Johan, I've had / continue to have problems logging fuel pressure. :confused: :eek:

Following the instruction sheet below, I hooked A/F to channel #2 and fuel pressure to channel #1.

The reason for A/F on channel #2 was I had that hooked up last year and it was the only analog input at that time. (instructions call for single input to use #2)

I have a AEM (30-2130-10) pressure sensor and have had no luck getting a accurate reading. It will display a value on the Trinity screen, it just doesn't change.

With 2 devices should A/F move to channel #1?

Is there a better sensor other then AEM??


 

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Johan, I've had / continue to have problems logging fuel pressure. :confused: :eek:

Following the instruction sheet below, I hooked A/F to channel #2 and fuel pressure to channel #1.

The reason for A/F on channel #2 was I had that hooked up last year and it was the only analog input at that time. (instructions call for single input to use #2)

I have a AEM (30-2130-10) pressure sensor and have had no luck getting a accurate reading. It will display a value on the Trinity screen, it just doesn't change.

With 2 devices should A/F move to channel #1?

Is there a better sensor other then AEM??


Well what I would do is take a Multimeter and check the actual output of the AEM Pressure sensor Brian. Basically check the DC voltage right at the actual connection of where you have it grounded to the chassis and the actual wire, which goes to analog input 1. If the voltage seems to go between 0V and 5V and is constantly moving then I would suspect something in wrong in the trinity. However if the voltage is just contant and not moving when hitting the gas pedal on your beast then something is wrong with that AEM Fuel pressure sensor.

Also in order to have your A/F on Analog input 1 you will have to physically move the wiring between Analog 1 and Analog 2, so that your A/F is on input 1 and your Fuel pressure is on input 2.

Hope that helps Brian!
 

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Sorry to pop this back up. So if I do this set up on my trinity, do I still need get a A/F gauge?
Looks like I just got some homework for the weekend. Looking up all this stuff and to find a gauge pod/ mount.


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Sorry to pop this back up. So if I do this set up on my trinity, do I still need get a A/F gauge?
Looks like I just got some homework for the weekend. Looking up all this stuff and to find a gauge pod/ mount.


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No, but you will need to always use your Trinity. You just need to buy the A/F sensor kit. That's what I do.
 

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Johan, I've had / continue to have problems logging fuel pressure. :confused: :eek:

Following the instruction sheet below, I hooked A/F to channel #2 and fuel pressure to channel #1.

The reason for A/F on channel #2 was I had that hooked up last year and it was the only analog input at that time. (instructions call for single input to use #2)

I have a AEM (30-2130-10) pressure sensor and have had no luck getting a accurate reading. It will display a value on the Trinity screen, it just doesn't change.

With 2 devices should A/F move to channel #1?

Is there a better sensor other then AEM??
What are you using for the 5v source for power?
 

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No, but you will need to always use your Trinity. You just need to buy the A/F sensor kit. That's what I do.
The kit as in that cord right? If that's all I need then I have that. Well I have the trinity as well but yeah I have that cord.


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The sending unit takes 12v and steps it down. I think.:eek:
I don't think so. You will need to buy a converter. I bought mine from MarylandSpeed, it is an aeroforce piece.




You will need the not pictured item on this web page.

http://www.aeroforcetech.com/products_sensors_oil.html



The kit as in that cord right? If that's all I need then I have that. Well I have the trinity as well but yeah I have that cord.
You need the cord, yes but you will also need something like this..... http://www.aeroforcetech.com/products_sensors_wideband.html
 
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Ok sounds good I'll read up on this when I have some free time at work. Also did you say you have this setup and if so the only thing you use is the trinity? How do you like it?
 

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Ok sounds good I'll read up on this when I have some free time at work. Also did you say you have this setup and if so the only thing you use is the trinity? How do you like it?


I like it. If you just are using the Trinity as a monitor it is ready to go when the vehicle turns on. No switching back and forth when you wan to go from a gauge to Trinity for datalogging. Anytime I can reduce the amount of shit around my windshield the better.
 

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Well thanks for the info Chad. I’ll look into all this and read up and hopefully get it set up and see how I like the set up. Once again thanks for the links and info.
 

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Thanks chad, looks like you found my problem...
 
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