Sept, 2016 – The 24-Bit ADC-to-CAN Strain Gauge / Load Cell Amplifier is in the final stages of development and will be released by the end of September. The amplifier was recently tested at Virginia International Raceway (VIR); an overlay of wheel loads and tire surface temperature is shown below:

News & Updates

May, 2016 – A PCB version of the Tire Infrared Temperature Sensors is now available, with wide (60˚) and ultra-wide (120˚) field-of-views!

Jan, 2016 – A CAN 24-Bit Load Cell / Strain Gauge Amplifier is now in development, with a particular focus on measuring the dynamic loads at each tire. See our Facebook page for updates.

July, 2015 – Tire Infrared Temperature Sensors are now available.

April, 2015EVAP Simulator / Delete Kit now available for 2000-2005 Honda S2000, 1996-2000 Honda Civic, and 1998-2001 Acura Integra (more vehicles coming soon).

April, 2015 –Revised instructions and product page for the Honda S2000 Air Pump Simulator / Delete Kit

Oct, 2016 – The Plug-and-Play Multichannel Tire Temperature Sensor Kit for AiM Systems is now available. A bench test of the system is shown below:

Oct, 2016 – We are in the final stages of developing a Multichannel Brake Infrared Temperature Sensor; it will be ready for release by the end of this month. An overlay of a front brake rotor's temperature distribution at Virginia International Raceway (VIR) is shown below:

Nov, 2016 – An affordable CAN Single-Point Infrared Temperature Sensor is now available as a PCB assembly. Prices start at only $65. A bench test of the sensor is shown below:

Dec, 2016 – A 6-DOF CAN Inertial Measurement Unit is now available.

Dec, 2016 – A specific version of the Infrared Tire Temperature Sensor is now available for MoTeC Hundred Series ECU's.

Jan, 2017 – CAN configuration templates/protocols for AiM systems have been added for all our sensors.

Jan, 2017 – We are currently developing a CAN Laser/LED Ride Height Sensor and a bench test of the prototype is demonstrated below:

Feb, 2017 – The Infrared Tire Temperature Sensors are now offered as a complete kit with a motorsport-grade wiring harness.