Laser ride height sensors are used to monitor the distance to an object, relative to the sensor, when contact cannot be made with the object. This makes them ideal for use in setting up the suspension by monitoring chassis ride height in relation to the moving ground plane. Infrared Ride Height sensors and modules are commonly attached to Pro transducer boxes using an adapter cable and a 0-5 volt transducer box module.
These sensors are designed for use in measuring distances ranging from 1.50 to 20.00 inches. They also feature a “reverse slope” output which can be helpful when using the sensor with an ECU or traction control device on cars without wheelie bars