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On the front of all Acewell models is the part number, just below the LCD. If there is a line under the part number then it will work with hall sensors. If you have an older model, then there will not be a line, and it will only work with reed switches.OpaKnack66 wrote:Now did I understand this right, that the ACE-3250 also works with reed or hall sensors?
OpaKnack66 wrote:A reed sensor is just switching on/off, so it should be possible to use any other reed sensor, right?
OpaKnack66 wrote:My Problem is, that the thread in my brake calliper is a M8 and the sensor that is in the Acewell kit (I think it is the ACE-S3) has a M12 thread, so it's way to big and I haven't got much space to mount it otherwise.
OpaKnack66 wrote:I'm a little bit confused now. I downloaded the german manual and wiring plan from the german acewell homepage. In the manual for the speed measurement is written hall- or reed sensor and in the wiring plan a sensor with two wires is denoted as hall sensor. On the homepage is also written, that only the original Acewell sensor should be used. Does this mean, that only the original sensor is working right or do they only wan't to avoid problems with their customers for the case when an other sensor isn't working.
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