I need to be able to either have the screen part (remove it from the main body and use wiring to extend the screen to the front part of the Car and locate the main body in the rear in which I wouldn't have to worry about extending the temp prob.
Extend the temp prob and fan wiring.
Both of which need to travel from front to rear so looking at 17' with wiggle room for placements.
Now I'm not to sure if extending the temp prob would be a good idea as if I change the resistance in the wiring my readings would be off, or it not even work as the ohm's would be out of spec (not saying this unit is really accurate or if it is. I just don't want to find out after trying I can't really implement it in the way I want.
Now extending the screen (assuming of course I can get the screen off the board and extend the leads) seems to be more doable on paper and will save me a lot of space and hassle in the long run as I really don't need more then the screen up front, everything else can be set and forgotten about.
As far as powering this, everything is set and ready (both 12V+ and 5v). Just need to clarify the few remaining details.
[MENTION=2804]profundus-sanus[/MENTION] is a smart computer guy. Maybe you can assist in answering????
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Re: Temp controller (computer based) car extensions
Im sure extending the probe wont affect it very much. even if it does get thrown off a few degrees, it's not like it's going to be an issue. If the temp sensor reads a bit high/low, you can just set the temps accordingly.
but why not just get some quiet fans and run them through a relay off the remote wire? It's not like the extra airflow will hurt anything, and if you get decent fans, noise shouldn't be an issue.
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