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    Does anyone have experience using a Banner Engineering infrared distance sensor for wheelie control? Same sensor as sold by Racepak. The sensor is 0-10V output, I hear that it would be fine for a 5V input. Looking for wiring and setup tips.

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    If it's a 0-10V signal output, then you'd use the 20 Volt Type Input in the Inputs/Outputs ICF.
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    I'm interested in this as well. Is this the correct sensor? Q4XFULAF310-Q8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Cabral View Post
    If it's a 0-10V signal output, then you'd use the 20 Volt Type Input in the Inputs/Outputs ICF.
    Would I just do a Custom 20V input and scale it to 10V max?

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    Yes, the Custom 20V is for anything over 5V. The Calibration Table information is what you need from the manufacturer's sensor/module instructions.
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    This sensor has 5 wires. Looking to make sure I have it wired correctly:
    12V power
    Common ground
    Analog output 0-10V
    Analog ground
    Shield ground

    12V power went to a clean switched source.
    Common ground went to battery.
    Analog output 0-10V went to custom 20V input.
    Analog ground went to ECU sensor ground J2A A22.
    Does the shield ground go to the ECU or just a battery ground?

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