Universal Water Temperature Sensor Kit by AEM®. These sensors measure temperature. The #30-2011 sensor is for water/coolant temperature and comes with a 3/8” NPT thread weld-in aluminum bung, connector and 2 terminals. The #30-2012 sensor has 1/8” PTF thread and is for water, coolant, and oil. It comes with a connector, connector lock, and terminals. Both sensors are made of brass and have pinouts for ground and sensor signal.
- For fluid temperature measurement
- 3/8” NPT sensor is for water/coolant temperature and has an operating temperature range of -40°F-275°F/-40°C-135°C
- 1/8” PTF sensor is for water, coolant, and oil, and has an operating temperature range of -40°F-392°F/-40°C-200°C
- 3/8” NPT sensor comes with aluminum weld-in sensor bung
- Comes with connector and terminals
- Brass construction
- Limited 1-year warranty
Temperature sensors provide invaluable feedback for gauges and engine management systems. These sensors are for measuring fluid temperature. The 3/8” NPT sensor is for use in water/coolant and comes with an aluminum weld-in sensor bung. It has a temperature operating range of -40°F-275°F/-40°C-135°C. The 1/8” PTF sensor can be used in water, coolant and oil and has a temperature operating range of -40°F-392°F/-40°C-200°C.
These brass sensors come with connector and terminals, and the 1/8” PTF sensor includes a connector lock. Both sensor have pinouts for ground and sensor signal, and their resistance decreases as temperature increases.38.01 41.22
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