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Motec Ltc-long Lambda To Can 61300l on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Colchester, Vermont, United States

Colchester, Vermont, United States
Condition:New Brand:Motec Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:61300L

This item is brand new in the original box, never installed or used in any way.  Please see specifications below.  Also please feel free to contact me with any and all questions you may have.

MoTeC’s LTC (Lambda to CAN) modules monitor, control and diagnose Bosch LSU 4.9 Lambda sensors, transmitting readings on a CAN bus. When multiple LTCs are used, up to 32 Lambda sensors can be configured on a single CAN bus, allowing an ECU or logging device to simultaneously monitor numerous Lambda sensors. MoTeC’s LTC is also available in a dual version (LTCD). Sensor sold separately.

Specifications:

Inputs/Outputs

  • 1 x Bosch LSU 4.9 Lambda sensor
  • Power supply voltage 11 V – 16 V
  • Power supply current 110 mA typical plus the sensor heater current (heater current is typically 0.5 A – 1 A and up to 2 A on startup)

Communications

  •  1 x CAN at 1 Mbit/sec

Connectors

  • 1 x 4 pin male DTM connector (power/CAN)
  • 1 x mating connector for Bosch LSU 4.9 sensor

Physical

  • Dimensions 38 x 26 x 14 mm excluding wiring looms and connectors
  • Weight 62 grams
  • Maximum ambient temperature 100 °C

Features:

General

  • Provides accurate Lambda measurement even when exhaust gas temperature is changing rapidly (heating or cooling)
  • Calibrated by the user for a particular sensor using either the initial sensor factory calibration or a free air calibration
  • Install as a single unit or in multiples
  • Pre-configured to suit a single LTC unit installation
  • Cost effective

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