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Hello there, does anyone know anything about the ECU outputs / inputs (from the sensors), specifically what voltages they operate between.

I am looking at making a custom display hardware that will sit where the old clock is on my zed. I will have a button to change the options and will read out the data from the ecu.

 

I am interested in:-

Pin 29 O2 Sensor (L or R)

Pin 55 O2 Sensor (L or R)

Pin 53 Vehicle speed sensor

Pin 7 Tachometer

Pin 28 Coolant temperature

 

Thats about it for now, hopefully someone out there will know what voltages they run at.

 

Thanks

ZX Steve

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Hello there, does anyone know anything about the ECU outputs / inputs (from the sensors), specifically what voltages they operate between.

I am looking at making a custom display hardware that will sit where the old clock is on my zed. I will have a button to change the options and will read out the data from the ecu.

 

I am interested in:-

Pin 29 O2 Sensor (L or R)

Pin 55 O2 Sensor (L or R)

Pin 53 Vehicle speed sensor

Pin 7 Tachometer

Pin 28 Coolant temperature

 

Thats about it for now, hopefully someone out there will know what voltages they run at.

 

Thanks

ZX Steve

cant be certain but ime sure its 5v

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u might be able to find a techtom cmx-100, it will only display 1 thing at a time, but its smaller if thats what you're after. but its around same price (around $200US)

 

theres also a "nissdatascan" display similar to one above, but its $275US from memory

 

but neither have fault codes, time trials, economy readings, etc. i doubt youll find what you're after for anything cheaper than that, unless you buy 6x$10 multimeters and tape them to the dash :) the above 3 units are plug and play into diagnostic port, no wiring btw.

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