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MoTeC PLM Air/Fuel Ratio Meter with NTK UEGO Lambda sensor Part No. motec2

MoTeC PLM Air/Fuel Ratio Meter with NTK UEGO Lambda sensor  Part No. motec2
MoTeC PLM Air/Fuel Ratio Meter with NTK UEGO Lambda sensor Part No. motec2
If you regularly tune engine management systems or configure fuel maps, an air/fuel ratio meter is probably one of your most important tools. MoTeC's PLM Lambda meter is a professional-grade air/fuel ratio meter that offers a high degree of accuracy and repeatability. Features include:
  • Able to function with a variety of fuels, including leaded or unleaded gasoline, diesel, methanol, and natural gas.
  • Can work as a stand-alone unit or communicate with a PC with MoTeC software.
  • Accurate to +/- 1.5%, depending on the type of oxygen sensor used.
  • Analog 0-5 volt output makes it able to communicate with data acquisition systems, dynamometer control programs, and other systems that are not configured to measure air/fuel ratios directly.
  • Backlit display with large, easy to read numerals.
  • Small size (4 1/8" by 1 5/8" by 1") and low weight (135 grams) makes it unobtrusive and easy to mount.

The PLM can be ordered with either an NTK or a Bosch lambda sensor. The Bosch sensor is the less expensive choice, with excellent accuracy and a relatively long service life.

If laboratory-grade results or extreme precision are critical, the NTK offers a 1.5% improvement in accuracy over the Bosch unit.

Price: $1,800.00
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If you regularly tune engine management systems or configure fuel maps, an air/fuel ratio meter is probably one of your most important tools. MoTeC's PLM Lambda meter is a professional-grade air/fuel ratio meter that offers a high degree of accuracy and repeatability. Features include:
  • Able to function with a variety of fuels, including leaded or unleaded gasoline, diesel, methanol, and natural gas.
  • Can work as a stand-alone unit or communicate with a PC with MoTeC software.
  • Accurate to +/- 1.5%, depending on the type of oxygen sensor used.
  • Analog 0-5 volt output makes it able to communicate with data acquisition systems, dynamometer control programs, and other systems that are not configured to measure air/fuel ratios directly.
  • Backlit display with large, easy to read numerals.
  • Small size (4 1/8" by 1 5/8" by 1") and low weight (135 grams) makes it unobtrusive and easy to mount.

The PLM can be ordered with either an NTK or a Bosch lambda sensor. The Bosch sensor is the less expensive choice, with excellent accuracy and a relatively long service life.

If laboratory-grade results or extreme precision are critical, the NTK offers a 1.5% improvement in accuracy over the Bosch unit.

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