Universal EAS™ Ambient Temperature Sensor (98610) by Superchips®. If your vehicle did not come with a factory sensor to read outside air temperature, this waterproof one allows you to do just that. Measures from -40 degrees Fahrenheit to +230 degrees. Male ends are designed to fit into the Universal Sensor Input system.
- This device will require the Universal Sensor Input (#98605) to connect to the TrailDash2.
- Sensor end mounts anywhere on the exterior of your vehicle to take a temperature measurement of the ambient outside air temperature
- 1/8" NPT sensor
- Measures from -40 degrees Fahrenheit to +230 degrees Fahrenheit
- Requires the TrailDash EAS Starter Kit Cable sold separately
- Comes equipped with the proper wires and connectors to plug directly into the TrailDash Universal Sensor Input system
- Proudly manufactured in the United States
The TrailDash EAS Ambient Temperature Sensor is a 1/8" NPT sensor that plugs directly into the Superchips TrailDash Universal Sensor Input system. This sensor comes equipped with the proper wires and connectors needed for easy hookup. Once connected, your Jeep TrailDash monitor will display the outside temperature on its screen. The Superchips EAS Ambient Temperature Sensor has the ability to measure a range of temperatures from -40 degrees Fahrenheit to 230 degrees Fahrenheit. Superchips engineering and manufacturing expertise ensures high quality materials and construction, and the company backs each EAS Temperature Sensor with a one-year warranty against manufacturing defects.
Founded in the United Kingdom as P.J. Detection Techniques in 1977, Superchips® was originally involved in racing and became one of the first tuner companies to gain in-depth expertise on modifying engines equipped with electronic fuel injection systems. As engineering expertise grew on a variety of fuel systems and engine types, the company first debuted a line of power-enhancing performance products to the consumer market in England, then worldwide. After changing their name to Superchips in 1991, the company established itself in the United States a year later. The company grew to specialize in hand-held programmers and today remains on the cutting edge of turning modern computer-controlled vehicle functions into creative tuning applications. In 2005, Superchips was acquired by MSD Performance and became affiliated with MSD Ignition, Edge Products and Racepak parts. Today, Superchips USA is based out of Sanford, Florida and performs all production in the United States.