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Old 01-03-2019, 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by andrewwynn View Post
Second sensor in a cup of oil heat to 115C with a lighter. Or simply determine the Ω range and use a potentiometer. (Miss difficult to do with 3-lead sensor)

Just remembered! I have a spare sensor for my BMW motorcycle laying about the place somewhere (on loan to another rider I think, to test a fault on his bike...) - and it's the same BMW part (as mentioned earlier). That makes things a little easier.

BTW, the dual sensor is not a three wire deal (no common wire). Each of the two sensors is totally isolated from the other - electrically anyway. Thermally they are the same!
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