Basically all modern vehicles are equipped with a variety of sensors.

A sensor can convert one or more acquired physical parameters into another parameter, which can be more effectively used to sense specific physical characteristics such as temperature, speed, flow, etc. The sensor converts the above characteristics into electronic signals that are processed by the electronic control unit.

Camshaft&Crankshaft Position Sensor

The crankshaft position sensor monitors as a multifunctional sensor used to set ignition timing, detect engine RPM and relative engine speed.

The camshaft position sensor is used to determine which cylinder is firing to synchronize the fuel injector and coil firing sequence.

  • Sensors are salt spray tested to ensure resistance to corrosion.
  • Thermal shock testing to ensure reliability in all road conditions.
  • Durability tested with a long-cycle thermal shock test.
Intake Manifold Pressure Sensor (MAP sensor)

The intake manifold pressure sensor works with intake air pressure to define proper air and fuel quantities required for the ignition cylinders. The intake manifold pressure sensor measures the vacuum of the intake manifold, which fluctuates according to engine load, relative to the barometric pressure.

  • Sensors undergo thermal shock to ensure reliability.
  • Complete end-of-line testing.
Air Mass Sensor

The air flow sensor calculates the amount of air entering the engine through the intake manifold and transmits the information to the engine control unit (ECU).

  • Silica gel is applied to the ceramic PC boards to protect the chip, providing superior resistance to extreme temperature fluctuations and vibrations.
  • Ceramic PC boards possess excellent thermal stability, critical to performance.
  • Each new sensor is extensively tested to ensure real world performance.

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