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Thomass
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Hi,

Im purchasing a cpts sensor and since I never wired one before I would like to know the signals to the sensors are both from an inputs? Or is the one for the temp have to be an temp?

thanks

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Yes both signals are analogue.

You don't need to use a dedicated Temp input, but if you don't, you'll need to wire in a pull-up resistor, 1k ohm would be best.

Details on how to do this are outlined in the Help within PC Link.

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The thing is tha its a cpts sensor i know how to do that on ntc sensor i just gotta splice the +5v and add the resistor between the signal but the thing here is that they have the same +5v and ground with the oil pressure which doesnt need a resistor.

will that be ok if i splice the the +5v going to the cpts?

Thnks,

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On 5/15/2022 at 1:15 AM, Thomass said:

will that be ok if i splice the the +5v going to the cpts?

yes just run a resistor between the 5V going to the sensor and the temperature sensor signal wire

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