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    Re: Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Well done, thanks.

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    Re: Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Simple and clever idea.
    Thanks for sharing!

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    Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Quick question for those with more experience with the electronics. I was taught that one of the crimps on the molex pins goes on the bare wire and gets tinned while the other gets crimped on the insulation. But I noticed both crimps on bare wire here. Anyone know if one way is better?
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    Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Crimp one across the insulation.


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    Re: Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Crimp, then solder. Best to at least use a cheap molex crimp tool(10 bucks on ebay)
    Excellent video by the way, I can't wait to add this to my list of projects:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowDiver  View Original Post
    Crimp one across the insulation.


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    Re: Making an oxygen sensor tester

    Great video, thanks for sharing. It should be noted that galvanic cells have a regeneration tendency, so can show good at the start of a dive if you flush with oxygen at 6m, but then fail 15 minutes later. This was clearly shown at the Oztek conference. So if you are going to use a cell checker, you should test your cells at pressure for at least half an hour to get a true measure of their current state.

    I have the Narked@90 big cell checker so am all for cell validation but the test can't be for a couple of minutes.

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