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AEM’s 22 Channel CAN Sensor Module (PN 30-2212) converts analog, digital and frequency inputs into an AEMnet CAN bus signal that can be transmitted to the CD-5 Carbon and CD-7 Digital Dashes. This expansion module provides a way for users with carbureted vehicles to add a CD Digital Dash Display and lets users with existing CAN-based devices add more channels to the display for viewing and/or data logging (data logging requires CD-5L Carbon or CD-7L logging Dashes). The 22-Channel CAN Sensor Module is compatible with the CD Dashes only; it will run in parallel with 3rd party CAN devices on the CD dashes but it is currently not compatible with AEM’s AQ-1 Data Logger, Series 2 or Infinity ECUs, or 3rd party ECUs or loggers.

The 22 Channel CAN Sensor Module includes four 0-5v analog inputs, four Temp inputs, four user-configurable inputs for 0-5v, Temp (including RTD), a dedicated fuel level input, six configurable digital inputs or frequency-based inputs for switched or duty cycle, a Tach input and two VR inputs for crank, wheel or driveshaft speeds. A harness is included with pre-pinned, 36-inch color-coded wires to connect inputs, and a DTM-style AEMnet cable to connect to a CD-5 or CD-7 Carbon Dash. Users can select the CAN speed delivery rate.

The 22 Channel CAN Sensor Module has everything that users need to get data onto the Dash in a carbureted vehicle, including tachometer and fuel level, wheel speeds for MPH, and pressure/temp sensors. Users can daisy-chain two of the Modules together, which is ideal for enthusiasts who have a logging CD Dash and want to expand their logging capabilities.

Racers who are using a CAN-based programmable ECU and have consumed all of the inputs in the ECUs now have a way to add more channels to a CD Dash without having to purchase multiple CAN-based devices.

Weight 1.50 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 2 in

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