The medium-pressure sensor provides a rapid and precise measurement of fuel and oil pressure in every kind of combustion engine and transmission.
Natural gas (compressed natural gas – CNG) stored under high pressure is supplied by way of the pressure regulator in the fuel rail.
The intake manifold pressure and boost pressure sensor makes it possible to quickly and precisely measure the pressure and temperature.
The differential pressure sensor measures the pressure drop between two points in the flow pattern.
The high-pressure sensor measures the fuel pressure in the high-pressure fuel rail of engines with gasoline direct injection (GDI).
The intake manifold and boost-pressure sensor optimizes fuel injection and air control.
Precise, reliable control of the air flow assists with efficient fuel combustion
The pressure tube sensor provides a pressure-based sensor system designed to detect collisions with pedestrians.
The peripheral pressure sensor is a sensor system designed for side impact detection.
The low pressure sensor makes it possible to monitor the vacuum inside the brake booster and to control the electric vacuum pump.