RDAC VD Reference Ground to Engine Block
On the RDAC VD, the Reference Ground wire is the bottom terminal on the RDAC, labelled REF GND. This terminal should go straight to Engine Block.
Important: Read this article on why an Engine Block Reference Ground is critical for accurate engine sender readings. If your oil temp, oil pressure and RPM / tach engine senders are not reading correctly, this is the first thing to check.
RDAC XB and XD Reference Ground to Engine Block
With the RDAC XB or XD, the Reference Ground wire is the Black Ground wire that comes out the top of the RDAC, together with the Red Power Supply Wire. This wire should go straight to the Engine Block. Note: It is acceptable to Setup a Ground Bus on ...
RDAC XF and XF MAP Reference Ground to Engine Block
The RDAC XF and XF MAP Pins 5 and 9 on the DB9 connector are connected Directly to Engine Block Ground Note: It is acceptable to Setup a Ground Bus on the Firewall where all of your senders that require an Engine Block Ground are Grounded. This Bus ...
Infinity and Velocity Singles Reference Ground to Engine Block
The Infinity and Velocity Singles Reference Ground wire is always labelled as such in the manual, and there might be one on each connector. They can be tied together and run to the Engine Block. Important: Read this article on why an Engine Block ...
AeroVee Engine Sensor Setup
AeroVee (Sonex) Sensor Settings AeroVee uses the following sensors: CHT: Type-K or Type-J Thermocouple (Specified at ordering) EGT: Type-K Thermocouple Oil Pressure: VDO 5-bar sensor 360-001 Oil Temperature: VDO 150-degree Celsius sensor 323-055 ...
RDAC VD Manual
Attached is the RDAC VD Manual