Standard I/O Expansion Module for CM5-LTS

Torqbyte Inc.

$99.00 USD 


This module plugs into the CM5-LTS wiring and breaks out the following optional signals:

  • CANBus
  • Dash-Mounted LCD Display or Gauge
  • Analog A and B 0-5V Inputs
  • Torqbyte A and B Flow Sensors

Jumpers inside the module can be used to select if the CANBus is locally terminated or not and whether the Flow Sensor or an external 0-5V voltage are fed into the unit's analog inputs. 

I/O Expansion Module is packaged in a durable 2-piece CNC-machined and hard anodized enclosure. 

Dimensions: 3.27" (83mm) x 13.8" (35mm) x 0.71" (18mm)

Wiring Not Included (but can be provided upon request)

Connector Information

3POS (Single Row)
1x Molex 1718500300 (Housing with TPA)

Analog Input
4POS (Single Row)
1x Molex 1718500400 (Housing with TPA)

Gauge Output
4POS (Dual Row)
1x Molex 1729520401 (Housing)
2x Molex 1729530401 (TPA)

Flow Sensor
6POS (Dual Row)
1x Molex 1729520601 (Housing)
2x Molex 1729530601 (TPA)

Crimp Contacts (20AWG Wire)
Molex 43030-0002 (Reel)
Molex 43030-0008 (Loose)

Recommended Hand Crimper
Molex 63819-0000

Recommended Wire: TXL-20 (20AWG)

Recommended Wire Strip Length: 2.7mm (0.11")

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