Temperature sensor

  • 02-Sep-2008 03:09 EDT
RGB_prod 9 CST Sensors.jpg

Kavlico offers a combined pressure and temperature sensor for use with the natural refrigerant R744 (C02) in mobile air conditioning systems. The sensor meets the company’s green initiative by replacing ozone depleting or global warming refrigerants with R744 to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. The rugged sensor features a hermetically sealed stainless housing, operating pressure range of 0 to150 bar (0 to 2175 psi), and operating process media temperature range of -40 to +180ºC (-40 to +356ºF). It can be specified with either an analog, SPI, LIN2.0, or CAN bus output and tolerates high vibration environments. A metal-injection-molded design decreases package size and improves installation. The sensor does not use an external probe for measuring temperature, and its sense element is based on the company’s TiON (Titanium OxyNitride) thin film technology, capable of withstanding high media temperatures.

For more information, visit Convergence booth 833


­
Share
HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Grade
Rate It
0.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

2016-11-13
Lengthy automotive development and production cycles have long prevented automakers and startups from working together. While that’s changed a bit, many young companies still find it difficult to work with OEMs.
2016-11-13
Focused on the near-term safety-improvement potential underlying autonomous-driving technology, Toyota - counter to much of the auto industry - sees real promise in developing SAE Level 2-3 systems.
2016-11-15
Tanktwo, a Finland-based startup company is rethinking the basic battery cell and challenging the fundamental economics and operational assumptions of EVs. The ingenious concept is worth engineers' attention.
2016-11-14
Conti’s 48-V system will be standard equipment on both gasoline and diesel versions of the Scenic Hybrid Assist model. It is the first of multiple 48-V production announcements coming over the next few years.

Related Items

Training / Education
2007-03-01
Technical Paper / Journal Article
2010-10-25
Training / Education
2010-03-15