Thermometrics Water Temperature Sensor (WTS) monitors the temperature of the coolant that is being pumped around the engine block to cool the engine to notify the driver of the vehicle if the engine starts to overheat. The goal is to relay an over-temperature engine temperature to the driver, so that the vehicle can be stopped and the engine switched off before the heat causes any permanent damage to the engine.
Thermometrics Type JR NTC Chip Thermistors in Eyelet Tag are chip thermistors with insulated flexible wires and housed in an eyelet tag. They are suitable for surface temperature measurement. Typical applications include semi-conductor heatsinks and enclosure panels.
Thermometrics Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor (TFT) measures the temperature of transmission fluid. It provides input to the control module to modify shift patterns for smoother shifting in automatic transmissions, and also provides over-temperature protection by locking the torque convertor.
Thermometrics Oil Temperature Sensor (OTS) monitors the temperature of the engine oil in a vehicle and displays this measurement to the vehicle’s occupants. If a vehicle operates at too high a temperature, the engine can be in danger of damage.
Thermometrics Oil Pressure Switch can be used in all vehicles to monitor the engine oil flow when the engine starts. It can detect oil pressure and enables the EMS ECU to check for the lack of oil. It can also send an alarm signal to the driver, helping to avoid engine damage due to overheating.
The Thermometrics Mid-Range Temperature Probe works in a variety of temperature applications in the appliance and industrial segment.
Thermometrics Inline Flow-Through Temperature Sensors monitor the temperature of a fluid that passes through it. A system control module receives this temperature reading and uses a control loop to control the overall system temperature. This could be engine temperature, heater temperature, industrial supply temperature, etc.
Thermometrics GE-1923 Outside Air Temperature Sensor (OAT) measures the temperature outside of a vehicle's passenger compartment. It relays the outside air temperature to the controller of the automatic HVAC system. The controller uses this temperature to help control the interior temperature of the vehicle. The sensor also provides the vehicle occupants with temperature readings from outside the car.
Thermometrics GE-1920 HVAC Refrigerant Temperature Sensor measures the refrigerant temperature both at the high pressure side and low pressure side of the line. The control module uses this information to maximize the performance of the HVAC system.
Thermometrics GE-1856 Intake Air Temperature Sensor (IAT) monitors the temperature of the incoming intake air for an engine and provides a signal output that is proportional to air temperature. This signal can be used as an input to provide a signal to an ECU (Engine Control Unit). The ECU then uses this information to adjust fuel delivery and optimize the air-to-fuel ratio to produce the most efficient combustion.
Thermometrics GE-1711 / GE-1797 Engine Temperature Sensor (ETS) monitors the temperature of the coolant, oil or fuel being used in an engine.
Thermometrics GE-1571 Stainless Steel Sensor with Flying Leads is designed to survive the vibration rigors of automotive, small gas engine, motorcycle and outboard engine applications. In addition to its ruggedness, this sensor offers fast response with a temperature rating of –40°C to 230°C.
Thermometrics Fuel Temperature Sensor (FTS) is designed to measure the temperature of a vehicle's fuel and relay this information to the engine control unit, so that it can optimize the air-to-fuel mix ratio, depending on what the fuel temperature is with respect to the intake air temperature. The sensor enables the vehicle to run at maximum efficiency based on temperature.
Thermometrics Exhaust Gas Recycle Temperature Sensor (EGR) is used to monitor the temperature at several locations in a diesel engine, as part of the engine control strategy. Available in both 150°C and 300°C temperature versions, the high temperature sensor is used in the exhaust gas, and the low temperature sensor is used in the intake air stream. Both are designed for fast response, optimized for thermal dissipation and suitable for high vibration and corrosive environments.
Thermometrics Exhaust Gas High Temperature Sensor monitors the temperature before and after SCR system in vehicle engines as part of the engine control strategy. It is designed for fast response, optimized for thermal dissipation and suitable for high vibration and corrosive environments.
Thermometrics Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor is designed to take the place of one of the cylinder head bolts on a diesel engine. The sensor’s purpose is to measure the cylinder head temperature and to signal the vehicle’s operator if an engine overheats.
Thermometrics Coolant Temperature Sensor (CTS) monitors the temperature of the coolant that is being pumped around the battery to cool the battery module of EV/PHEVs. If the battery module starts to overheat, the Coolant Temperature Sensor relays a signal to the Battery Management System (BMS). The BMS uses this information to prevent battery packs from any damage and maximize the performance.
Thermometrics Combination Sensor is a smart combination intake manifold sensor capable of providing up to five measurements, including relative humidity, temperature, manifold pressure and barmetric pressure...
Thermometrics Battery Pack Temperature Sensor is a ring terminal temperature sensor that measures surface temperature. It is important to monitor the temperature on hybrid batteries for overcharging protection, as well as to optimize battery performance.
Thermometrics Ambient Air Temperature Sensor measures the temperature outside the passenger compartment and is usually mounted inside or near the front bumper.
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