High-temperature sensor

  • 08-Sep-2009 07:05 EDT

Beru’s high-temperature sensor (HTS) is accurate, fast, and offers long-term stability. The device is suitable for monitoring turbochargers, exhaust gas recirculation systems, diesel particle filters, and DeNOx catalytic converters. With a measuring range of -40 to +950°C (-40 to +1742°F), the HTS offers a standard characteristic line in accordance with DIN IEC 751, plug-and-play capability, and long service life. It features high resistance to exhaust gas thanks to careful materials selection and special design. According to Beru, the HTS features a “one size fits all solution” for flexibility in production and manufacturing technology.

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