For reliability and durability reasons, E.I. will only manufacture ungrounded EGT probes. Ground noise at the engine can be a big problem for any piece of electronic equipment. Grounded probes transmit this noise back to the instrument. Grounded probes can also produce ground loops between the engine ground and the instrument ground. E.I.s ungrounded probes eliminate the problems associated with gound noise and ground loops, providing a stable display and fast system response time. An engine analyzer MUST be coupled with a well-designed EGT probe to achieve excellence in the total analyzer/probe system.
1/4” NPT with adjustable depth. (without cable)
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The EI probes include the probe and a short cable which would connect to OLC-1 connectors (included). Any additional wire is not included.
The range on this -80 to 1800 degrees.
Approx 0.08 lbs.
JPI recommends using JPI probes with the EDM series.
American National Standard Pipe Thread standards, often called national pipe thread (NPT) standards for short, are U.S. national technical standards for screw threads used on threaded pipes and pipe fittings.American National Standard Pipe Thread standards, often called national pipe thread (NPT) standards for short, are U.S. national technical standards for screw threads used on threaded pipes and pipe fittings.