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I ordered a cable to go between the profec E01 and the emanage ultimate so they could share the info coming from the Greddy pressure sensor, problem is the muppets have sent me another pressure sensor cable :blink: . Now this isn't a huge problem as i have anotehr pressure sensor so i could put the emanage in on a seperate pressure reading, but that seems to be creating clutter to me by adding that sensor i'll have 3 pressure sensors under the bonnet.

What i was wondering is if i can chop the ne harness and splice it into the installed one. Will it give me the same voltage down it or will there be some loss etc?

Any answers appreciated

Cheers

Austin

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The Profec E01 can't be linked directly with the emanage ultimate,

I however am running the same setup using the Profec as an accurate boost gauge with the Ultimate,

You need to run the pressure sensor to the Profec E01 box (to the "Pressure" conection). Then theres and output port on the box isnt there (the "COM" port). You just need to run three wires from there to the input port of the Ultimate, you could chop the wire off the sensor?

Then plug it into the Ultimate and solder it onto the connections in the profec box? Thats what i did so i didnt have to buy the extra cable.

Looking at the plug on the profec box:

White to the left

Red in the Middle

Black to the right

Stav

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The Profec E01 can't be linked directly with the emanage ultimate,

I however am running the same setup using the Profec as an accurate boost gauge with the Ultimate,

You need to run the pressure sensor to the Profec E01 box (to the "Pressure" conection). Then theres and output port on the box isnt there (the "COM" port). You just need to run three wires from there to the input port of the Ultimate, you could chop the wire off the sensor?

Then plug it into the Ultimate and solder it onto the connections in the profec box? Thats what i did so i didnt have to buy the extra cable.

Looking at the plug on the profec box:

White to the left

Red in the Middle

Black to the right

Stav

By linking i meant what you have just said the com ports together, mine links with the usb cable as well but wont read thru that.

The problem here is have you ever seen my soldering :crying: i'll have to see if i can find what type of end connectors they are between the ports.

What i was suggesting was splicing two pressure sensor wires into one pressure sensor but wasnt sure if it would work. More inclined to do it your way though saves destroying a cable then

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The E01 WONT link to the ultimate through the usb.

You could just tap in, i dont think there would be a problem. but thats what the "COM" port is designed for so one pressure sensor can feed both the Profec and emanage.

If you dont fancy fiddly soldering you can try and find a connector that plugs into the "COM" port, people have found some computer internal connections work, then you got some easy soldering to join the wires in the open rather than in the little box.

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This is what you wanted:

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and this is what you go i assume?

pressure_sensor_harness_new.jpg

Could you just not send it back?

took that long to get this cable would be eaasier to jsut make one and keep the cable as a spare.

I know it won't communicate thru the USB

I'll try and source some connectors i'm sure someone mentioned disc drive connectors but i thought they had 4 pins, if i take it into RS or maplins they can find one i suppose.

Cheers stav much appreciated

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