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WarP Motor Speed Sensor Kit

Speed Sensor Installed



This Speed Sensor was designed right here in the USA specifically for the WarP, TransWarP, and ImPulse series of motors and replaces the Zolox Speed Sensor. Make sure to select the correct sensor for your motor.

To install the sensor, slide the exciter ring over the tailshaft of the motor, then using the included stainless steel mounting plate, situate the sensor so that it points directly at the exciter ring. As the shaft turns, the sensor records shaft rpm. Because of the exciter ring's small size, a portion of the shaft can also be used to power a compressor or other device requiring shaft input.

To install the sensor to a tachometer gauge, use the included adapter harness. Hook the wires on the adapter directly to the corresponding wires on the tachometer, and then plug the adapter's connector into the sensor cable's.

The pin output is as follows

GND (Black) - Ground for sensor

SIG (Green) - signal from sensor

12Vo (Red) - 12 volts, current limited, to power the sensor. The AutoBlock will provide 12 volts. Other devices (such as tach gauges) may require an external power source and shared ground.

The sensor must be as close as possible to the rotating exciter ring. While the sensor should work fine being 1/4" away from the ring, we recommend a distance of 1/16".

Installation Manual

Spec Sheet

WarP 8, WarP 9**, WarP 11, Impulse 9



** WarP 9's now being produced have a 1.125" CE shaft. Check your motor to ensure you are getting the right size.

TransWarP 7, 9, 11 and WarP 13



NOTE: This speed sensor does NOT require a separate mounting adapter!

WarP Motor Speed Sensor Auto Block - RPM

The Auto Block is used to interface between the speed sensor and a laptop computer. The speed sensor 4-pin connector plugs directly into the Auto Block. An output wire (USB) plugs into a laptop to display speed sensor data.





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