Sensors

Discussion in 'Tech' started by Gravisman, Sep 2, 2020.

  1. Gravisman

    Gravisman Member

    If I want to start geeking out and adding sensors to my bike for data collection, where should I go looking? Probably most interested in a brake pressure sensor. Perhaps wheel speed sensors after that.
     
  2. metricdevilmoto

    metricdevilmoto Just forking around

  3. Gravisman

    Gravisman Member

  4. jksoft

    jksoft Well-Known Member

    It looks like they are just standard analog 0-5 volt sensors so any half decent data acquisition system should be able to use them. You may have to adapt the plugs.
     
  5. SundaySocial

    SundaySocial Blue and Gold

    The application will have an A-D (this is the "scaler) that can be set up for the particular device you are installing.
    The defacto standard on CAN and most other auto or motorcycle sensors is 0. to 5. vdc.
     
  6. warclok

    warclok Well-Known Member

    I have the I2M chrome pro installed on my race and garage queen. The race bike has all the sensors now, front rear potentiometer and brake pressure along with dual rear tire surface temp. If you have any questions Mike from MDM whom responded above can help or myself. Great system btw!!!

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  7. Gravisman

    Gravisman Member

    Thanks, warclok - I’m also interested to see that you’ve got a Mac program for data analysis - seems like everything out there is windows. I tried googling the name, but “data analysis software pro” is too generic and wasn’t helpful. Where did you get that program?
     
  8. warclok

    warclok Well-Known Member

    It’s java based so works on Mac or windows. Go here and download Danas software, manuals are there as well...

    https://i2m.it/en/download-list/

    Here is a vid using racerender video over lay and the data from the I2M, just missing rear potentiometer and brake pressure which is being installed this week.




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  9. Shuma-gorath

    Shuma-gorath Well-Known Member

    Curious about the i2m product. How is the software and maths? Does it allow you to export the data? What is the max hz it can log the sensors? Can you use other sensors or just there's, how is the quality of the dash?
     

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