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Izze Racing Brake Temperature Sensors
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I ordered four of these today (http://www.izzeracing.com/products/brake-infrared-temperature-sensors.html). Does anyone else have these working with their RCP? If so, how did the integration with the RCP go?

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We have customers using these already, and one of our dealers (RaceElectronic) provided CAN mapping information for the sensors.
https://wiki.autosportlabs.com/Izze_Racing_Temperature_Sensors

Keep us posted with how it works!


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Cool, thanks!

One other thing. What would be the best way to connect the four sensors to the RJ45 plug? The simplest would be to solder them, but I'd like something a bit cleaner.

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Not having seen how the sensor's wire terminations look, it might be a case where you take an RJ45 network cable and snip one end off, and splice the wires together.

Keep us posted on the progress!


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It is just four wires coming off each sensor. Since I have four I'll just tie them together and connect them to a short piece of wire. The sensors need 5 volts, but require 30 mA so I'm guessing I can't use the 5 volt from the RCP, correct?

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Your MK2 can supply up to 1A from the vRef. plenty of power for the sensors.


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