In-cylinder pressure sensor

  • 06-Oct-2008 12:49 EDT
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Kavlico's in-cylinder pressure sensor optimizes engine combustion, thus increasing fuel efficiency while reducing emissions. The sensor assists with the timing and delivery of the fuel by providing accurate pressure information to the engine control unit to control fuel injection pulses. It uses a thin-film titanium oxynitride sense element in an all-welded, hermetically sealed, stainless steel housing. The package is suited for hostile environments and comes in pressure ranges from 0 to 200 bar (0 to 2900 psi) through 0 to 300 bar (0 to 4350 psi).

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