Amphenol Advanced Sensors is your best source for automotive sensors, offering the technology that brings your systems together—to protect the vehicle, its occupants and the environment. Our sensors regulate the temperature and air qualityof the cabin. They monitor engine temperature. They watch tire pressure for dangerous deflation that causes accidents. And they protect the environment from harmful emissions. Consider us your global partner for all your automotive sensor needs.
The increasing use of batteries in vehicles has heightened the need to preserve energy to improve range and fuel consumption. As a major consumer of energy, a vehicle’s air conditioning (A/C) system can contribute to range reduction, so if the vehicle can automatically reduce the use of its A/C system, range will be extended. Learn more about how this can easily be achieved with a Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sensor.
The Telaire T6743 is an automotive-qualified CO2 Sensor for in-cabin applications. Learn about its features, applications and ordering information.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 2 - discusses Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Applications. Learn more about EGR applications and the AAS advantage.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 3 - Discusses battery temperature sensing (EV/HEV/PHEV) and defog temperature sensors. Learn more about these applications and the AAS advantage.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 4 - Discusses Automotive Oil, Coolant and Water Temperature Sensors and the potential implications of reduce stability in thermistors. Learn more about these topics and the AAS advantage.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 5 - Discusses Thermocon, HVAC, DATS and Boiler and Pipe Applications. Learn more about these topics and the AAS advantage.
Thermistor Stability Benchmarking - Part 6 - Discusses the use of Active In-Car Temperature Sensors and Outside Air Temperature Sensors in Automotive Applications. Learn more about these sensor applications and the AAS advantage.
Thermometrics Air Quality Sensor (AQS) monitors air entering a vehicle for exhaust gases, and sends a signal to open or close thedamper of the HVAC system in order to maintain good air quality inside the vehicle. The integrated Ambient TemperatureSensor measures the temperature outside the passenger compartment and provides a signal input to the HVAC controller. Learn more about its features and applications.
Amphenol Advanced Sensors provides an array of sensing products for automotive EV/HEV battery temperature sensing (BTS) and industrial portable power applications. Learn more about our products for battery temperature sensing applications.
Thermometrics Bus-bar Integrated Temperature Sensor is used in Battery (BEV), Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) and Hybrid (HEV) Electric Vehicles' power battery packs to monitor the temperature of the battery cell. The Battery Management System (BMS) uses the sensor’s output to monitor and control the battery’s State of Function (SOF), which is critical to the battery pack’s thermal managementand State of Health (SOH). Learn more about its features and applications.
Also referred to as a battery cover, the Cell Connection System (CCS) is used in electric vehicles (EV) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEV). Used as the top cover to the battery pack, it provides temperature sensing and voltage sensing of the battery cells ... Read on to learn more about its features and applications.
Pre-SOP Units Available - Designed for heavy duty transportation applications, Thermometrics Combination Pressure and Temperature Sensor is suitable for gas and fluid applications. The sensor provides separate analog outputs for pressure and temperature. Using proven design blocks from current production sensors, a rugged sensor, capable of withstanding harsh environments, is available. Learn more about its features and applications.
From Thermometrics, using Coolant Leak Detection Sensors in EV battery pack applications.
Thermometrics CR1 Coating offers one of the most advanced high performance coatings on the market, tested to AEC Q200. Learn about its benefits, drivers and target applications.
Thermometrics Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Soot Sensor utilizes radio frequency technology to enable accurate measurement of soot within the DPF. The sensor provides real-time and highly accuratemeasurements of the soot throughout the duty cycle of the dieselengine and aftertreatment system. Learn more about its features and applications.
With increasing complexity of electric systems and density of electronic components in modern vehicles, conventional NTC thermistor sensors are vulnerable to stray electromagnetic interference causing self-heating. Amphenol Thermometrics UK Ltd has developed a noise-immune NTC thermistor with an integrated RF de-coupling function, providing EMI protection at the component level over a wide frequency range. Learn more about its features and applications.
Coolant Temperature Sensors (CTS) monitor the temperature of coolants in various applications. In the event of overtemperature, the sensor relays a notification signal so action(s) can be taken to prevent permanent damage or even unsafe conditions. Thermometrics offers various configurations and specifications of Coolant Temperature Sensors.
Thermometrics Integrated Pipe Clip Surface Temperature Sensor monitors the temperature of a fluid that passes through a pipe or tubing circulation system. A system control module receives this temperature reading and uses a control loop to control the overall system temperature. Learn more about its features and applications.
In accordance with the rapid expansion of eco-friendly vehicles, the safety of the Battery Management System (BMS) is critical. So, OEMs are monitoring the temperature of the Power Relay Assembly (PRA) to prevent fire or other dangerous conditions. Learn more about PRA Sensors.
Ring Terminal Temperature Sensors are commonly used in the automotive and industrial markets allowing surface temperature measurement with designs and performance tailored to specific application requirements. Learn more about its features and applications.
Thermometrics Coolant Temperature Sensor (CTS) monitors the temperature of the coolant that is pumped around the battery to cool the battery module in Electric Vehicles (EV) and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV).The purpose of this sensor is to relay signal to the battery management system (BMS) in the event of overheating. Learn more about its features, applications and specifications.
Thermometrics Solar (Sunload) Sensor is mounted on a vehicle’s dash near the front windshield. It uses internal photo diode cells to measure the intensity of the light that enters into the passenger cabin of the vehicle. Learn more about its features and applications.
Thermometrics Transmisson Oil Temperature Sensor is used in automotive applications to monitor the temperature of transmission fluid and provide feedback to prevent overheating of the transmission, which can cause performance and reliability issues. Learn more about the benefits, features and applications.
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