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(@erjam)
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Hello newbee question, will yourdyno fit dimtech inertia dyno with its original rpm sensor?

thank you

 
Posted : 20/05/2021 10:53 am
(@mach_1)
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Hi Erjam and welcome to the forum. Need more information ither than a dyno name. Do you know what speed sensor dimtech inertia dyno use ?  Can you see any part_numbers on it ? 

The other concern is it triggered by a slotted/spline wheel uf yes do you know the dimensions and tooth count. Or is it something else i e a magnet ? 

Post a few pictures of the sensor setup if it is acceasable?

 

 

Thanks

 

 

 
Posted : 21/05/2021 11:04 am
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(@erjam)
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Hi, its this one https://eltra-encoder.eu/products/eltra-el40c8s5-28n6x3pr20&source=gmail&ust=1621947176358000&usg=AFQjCNGNB1YCdKnE42xEhzM56jP8ckDE_ w"> https://eltra-encoder.eu/products/eltra-el40c8s5-28n6x3pr20 . 8 ppr 0-5v output with currently 12v supply measured with my oscilloscope.

 

 
Posted : 24/05/2021 2:53 pm
(@admin)
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Hi, 

No problem to run YourDyno on this dyno, but you should change the encoder, since 8PPR is on the low side. You should go for something that will give at least 200 pulses per second at the lowest RPM you are interested in. For most dynos that means 20 PPR or more. 

You can use the YourDyno RPM sensor and a trigger wheel, see brake/Roller RPM sensors - YourDyno.com

 
Posted : 26/05/2021 9:25 pm
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