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15 Mar 2020 05:23 #38369 by IanMc
Hello all from the UK was created by IanMc
Glad to be here from the UK.
I work in an Audi dealership and looking forward to picking up new skills here.
Using Odis is a real nightmare on these cars but measured values and enviromental data (freeze frame to others) can be a big help to reproduce faults.
Just bought a cheap pico and a low amp clamp so not using Automotive version version 2204A just to get into the scoping part a lot more.
Nearly got all my parts for a 300 psi pressure transducer which hopefully I can build for testing, any advice on a wiring diagram possibly inline fuse and capacitor use.
Anyway glad to be here.

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15 Mar 2020 08:55 #38373 by Landroverman1958
Replied by Landroverman1958 on topic Hello all from the UK
Welcome to the forum, there are a few threads on here to help with making your own transducer,i,m in mid wales where are you?

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15 Mar 2020 14:02 #38384 by Dylan
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Welcome to the forum ;)
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15 Mar 2020 14:14 #38385 by Andy.MacFadyen
Replied by Andy.MacFadyen on topic Hello all from the UK
First of all welcome :-)
For a power supply home build pressure transducer you want to buy a very cheap 12v to 5v converter device used by drone and model aeroplane builders call a "UBEC" it is designed give a tightly controlled very smooth 5v supply. from any voltage in the 7v to 25v range.
You may also find 200psi (14 bar) sensor more useful

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15 Mar 2020 16:43 #38387 by IanMc
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Northeast England

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