AEM Releases 7 BAR 100 PSI Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor

New from AEM – 7 BAR, 100 PSI Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor. This sensor is built from stainless steel and designed to be very accurate. See more details below.

Official Release:

AEM has expanded its sensor offering to include a 7 BAR, 100 PSI Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) sensor for reading ultra-high boost pressures (PN 30-2130-7). This sensor is accurate to within 1% full scale, and features stainless steel construction with a 360-degree welded wetted area that makes it virtually impervious to corrosion from automotive fluids. A weatherproof connector, mating pins and seals are included.


  • Accuracy: +/- 1% Full Scale over -40C to 105C includes Repeatability, Hysteresis and Linearity
  • Operating Temp: -40C to 105C / -40F to 221F
  • Range Zero to Seven BAR absolute, read or tune up to Six BAR (85 PSI) Boost
  • Burst Pressure: 150PSI
  • Response Time: < 1ms
  • Vibration:100 to 2000Hz, 20g Sinusoidal, 3 Axes
  • Sensor Body: Stainless Steel
  • Thread: 1/8″ NPT Male Thread
  • Weight: < 85 Grams

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