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1997\01\05@083701 by Mohamad Shalan

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Hi
I am searching for automotive speed transducer. ANy pointers

Thanx

1997\01\05@111816 by carl watley

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Mohamad,

Put a reed switch in the speedometer next to the rotating magnet, then
count the
pulses.  I'm sure that you can figure out the mechanics.

CarlDW

On Sun, 5 Jan 1997 15:30:51 +0300 Mohamad Shalan <spam_OUTsharTakeThisOuTspamSHAMS.EUN.EG>
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>Hi
>I am searching for automotive speed transducer. ANy pointers
>
>Thanx
>

1997\01\05@143241 by Bob Blick

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>I am searching for automotive speed transducer. ANy pointers


All new cars have them. Mine malfunctioned on my Dodge Caravan. Dodge called
it a "distance sensor" and it plugs into the transmission where the
speedometer cable would have gone on earlier years, and it has a gear on it
and a 2-pin connector. It has a place to attach a speedometer cable, for
compatibility for transitional models. Perhaps the car you want to attach a
speed sensor to can have its speedometer gear replaced with a later version,
like mine? You wouldn't need to build anything.

By the way, the retail price for my sensor was US$ 35. It has 7 or 8 poles
per revolution. I do not know how that relates to tire rotation.

-Bob

1997\01\05@181656 by Bruce Bowling

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> Hi
> I am searching for automotive speed transducer. ANy pointers
>
> Thanx
>

Try the speed transducers for Jaguars XJ-6, series III
These put out 4 pulses/rev.

- Bruce

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1997\01\06@033729 by efoc

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Bob Blick wrote:
>
> >I am searching for automotive speed transducer. ANy pointers
>
> All new cars have them. Mine malfunctioned on my Dodge Caravan. Dodge called
> it a "distance sensor" and it plugs into the transmission where the
> speedometer cable would have gone on earlier years, and it has a gear on it
> and a 2-pin connector. It has a place to attach a speedometer cable, for
> compatibility for transitional models. Perhaps the car you want to attach a
> speed sensor to can have its speedometer gear replaced with a later version,
> like mine? You wouldn't need to build anything.
>
> By the way, the retail price for my sensor was US$ 35. It has 7 or 8 poles
> per revolution. I do not know how that relates to tire rotation.
>
> -Bob


I belive that all speed sensor shafts (in automotive systems) rotate at
1000 rpm at 60 MPH


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