Spartan2 Wideband Lambda and Sensor by 14point7
Bosch LSU 4.9 O2 Sensor + Spartan 2 Wide Band Controller
The well respected Spartan 2 Wide Band O2 Amplifier from 14point7.
Used with our own CFI Classic Fuel injection system but can also be used with many other systems
This is one of the best Wide Band systems available on the market and can also be used for many other fuel injection applications in addition to our own.
it operates form 10:1 AFR to 20:1 AFR The output is linear 5 volt as per industry norm.
The well respected Wide Band O2 ( Oxygen sensor ) from Bosch.
Feel free to purchase one of these wideband oxygen sensor systems to use with your own fuel injection application or if you are upgrading an existing system
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Features / Specification from 14point7 website
Spartan 2 utilizes the Bosch LSU 4.9 Wideband O2 Sensor - a cost efficient Wideband O2 sensor providing 0.01 Lambda accuracy, fast response, and rated life of 100,000 km
Compatible with all fuels
AFR/Lambda range, 0.68[Lambda] to 1.36[Lambda], 10[AFR] to 20[AFR] equivalent for gasoline
0.01 Lambda accuracy without the need for any calibration
Utilizes our patent pending Binary Drive technology; no other system is more digital
Linear Output allows easy interfacing with gauges, fuel management systems, and data-loggers
Linear Output: 0[V] @ 0.68[Lambda] linear to 5[V] @ 1.36[Lambda], 10[AFR] linear to 20[AFR] equivalent for gasoline
Our innovative Output Sequencer feature means our Wideband O2 Controllers to have the most accurate Linear Output on the market. You can be sure that any device connected to the Linear Output will receive the most accurate AFR/Lambda signal possible
The Output Sequencer provides a dual level precision voltage signal to the Linear Output. This allows you to easily check that the AFR/Lambda seen by any device connected to the Linear Output is accurate, and if not, to generate a 2 point calibration to achieve perfect accuracy
Simulated Narrowband Output allows you to install a Wideband O2 Sensor in place of your Narrowband O2 sensor
Simulated Narrowband switch point @ 1[Lambda], 14.7[AFR] equivalent for gasoline
Easy 4-wire installation for most setups