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I am looking to swap my GM Map sensor to a rife sensor for my marine project using aem infinity but curious about accuracy as its not a supported sensor in the drop down. I can manually enter min /max of volts and psi but only have two inputs for infinity, where rife provides 32 volt to psi references. Being linear scale does this matter for accuracy? Or should I stick with aem sensor?

-Nick

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If the Rife Sensor is really linear, then you can just use the low & high values. If it's non-linear, then you should contact AEM to find out if this can be supported.

The only sensors I've seen that have non-linear outputs are two-wire resistive type, not typically found in solid-state pressure sensors.

Thanks, I picked up the rife sensor and will post up if I have any issues.

-Nick

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