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Edelbrock 3532

Wide Band Air/Fuel Ratio Interface

Edelbrock 3532

350-3532

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Edelbrock 3532 Wide Band Air/Fuel Ratio Interface $443.89
Wide Band Air/Fuel Ratio Interface
  • Includes Single O2 Sensor

  • Edelbrock 3532 Details

    Air/Fuel Ratio Monitor

    This Edelbrock Wide Band Air/Fuel Ratio interface unit will not only work with all current Edelbrock EFI systems, but with any aftermarket EFI system that can accept a 0-5 volt input for monitoring Air Fuel Ratios. Features two independent 0-5V analog outputs that are linearly scaled with 0V=10.0 AFR and 5V=20.0 AFR. Includes interface unit, sensor, weld-in bungs and all necessary wiring. Does not have internal data logging capability and only includes a single oxygen sensor. For data acquisition applications requiring two oxygen sensors, use Dual Channel Wide Band kit #91170.

  • Allows improved Closed Loop control of the current Pro-Flo EFI systems
  • Suitable for automotive, motorcycle, and other 4-Stroke engine applications
  • Highly accurate with less than +/- 0.10 AFR error over 10.3 - 19.5 AFR range
  • Easy free-air calibration procedure corrects for sensor aging effects
  • 0-5V analog AFR output for interface to EFI, Data or Dyno instrumentation.
  • Wide supply voltage range from 11-18V allows operation from battery on small engines or race vehicles with out an alternator
  • Current draw is approx. 1 amp
  • Features compact 4" x 2" x 0.5" water-proof enclosure

  • Specifications:

    Size (in.)
    N/A
    Face Color
    Black
    Bezel Color
    NA
    Quantity
    Sold as a kit
    Voltage Range
    0-5 V
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    3532

    This air/fuel monitor consists of an O2 sensor and a calibrated electronic display. Simply install the O2 sensor in the exhaust pipe, and then connect the display. When the engine is running, the actual air/fuel ratio is continuously displayed. The monitor indicates air/fuel ratios from approximately 12 to 15. Use it to guide carburetor adjustment and jetting or to improve ignition spark advance curves. Not recommended for use with leaded fuels.

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