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    The EAS Universal Sensor Input provides the ability to read any 0-5 volt signal and translate that signal a meaningful value for display on the Trinity 2. This means you can add custom temperature, pressure, Air/Fuel and even Travel/Position gauges to your Trinity 2! You can rename and program the Trinity 2 to customize your gauge layouts based on which sensors you add to the system. Each Universal Sensor Input will support 2 sensor inputs. The EAS system allows for up to 8 EAS accessories to be connected at one time, resulting in a total of 16 additional sensors that can be added to your Trinity 2 device. This device will require the 98602 starter cable to connect to the Trinity 2.

    NOTE: Sensors from manufacturers other than DiabloSport can also be attached to a Trinity 2 device through the EAS Universal Sensor Input

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    EAS UNIVERSAL SENSOR INPUT (5 Volt) is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great! I bought the universal sensor input so I could log wideband AFR data from my Innovate Motor Works guage with my Trinity T2 on a late model Dodge Charger. Everything works as advertised. Since it is a universal device the instructions were a bit on the thin side since I used a 3rd party brand gauge and I spent more time researching wiring diagrams vs the actual physical install. If you don’t mind the price tag and you are comfortable with basic automotive wiring then I would recommend this part for you.
    Date published: 2021-06-24
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage I recently bought this garbage product don't waste your hard earned money on this useless product. The support horrible and it doesn't work at all. Go by a hp tuner product.
    Date published: 2021-03-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great for wideband It works great if you need a wide band hook up as this is the only way I found to have it logging with the rest of my guages and convenience of not having to add another guage on the dash to watch
    Date published: 2021-06-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fit Proper fitment, excessive length of wire to put anywhere.
    Date published: 2021-08-19
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    Do I need the starter cable to connect any analog device or is that needed to extend it to 16 devices? Also is the price accurate? $160+ for a couple of connectors is extremely high.. Over $300 if both are required. Complete engine harness is less.

    Asked by: McCloud
    You will need the starter cable if this is the first EAS device you are hooking up
    Answered by: R T Dodger
    Date published: 2021-06-24

    What else is required to monitor A/F ratio using the trinity 2? Do i still need to purchase a complete gauge kit? What have you all used on your cars? 

    Asked by: SinisterRT
    I would suggest holding off for a few weeks. We are about to release an accessory that will make it more affordable. But we have used the Innovate Motorsports wideband and it hooked up very easily.
    Answered by: Marketing MB
    Date published: 2020-09-11

    When are prices gonna come down and be affordable for this stuff I own the trinity 2 but on top of a 700$ tuner I have to pay 300$ to add stuff onto it come on diablosport this is insane!

    Asked by: Buzz

    I was told that the AEM wideband sensor will work with this but is it the new style sensor or the older sensor that this works with

    Asked by: Blackscat392
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