Natural gas (compressed natural gas – CNG) stored under high pressure is supplied by way of the pressure regulator in the fuel rail.
The temperature sensor measures the temperature of various fluid media, such as water, fuel, or oil for a multitude of vehicles.
The intake manifold and boost-pressure sensor optimizes fuel injection and air control.
The intake manifold pressure and boost pressure sensor makes it possible to quickly and precisely measure the pressure and temperature.
The medium-pressure sensor provides a rapid and precise measurement of fuel and oil pressure in every kind of combustion engine and transmission.
The NOx sensor regulates and diagnoses the catalytic nitrogen oxide reduction.
Engine management systems are the core of efficient technology which allows two-wheelers and powersports vehicles to fulfill new emission regulations.
The sensors provide all the necessary information for the engine management and transmission control.
It is expected that the number of vehicles with compressed natural gas (CNG) powertrain systems will continue to rise in the years to come.
An alternative powertrain systems are helping to reduce emissions and operating costs.