Automotive water temperature sensor The signal of the water temperature sensor is transmitted to the ECU, and then the ECU uses this signal to control the electronic fan on the one hand, and when the engine is cold start or the common temperature is low, the engine will make a correction of the fuel injection amount according to the water temperature signal, by adding The amount of fuel injected to quickly increase the engine temperature to the optimum operating temperature and shorten the warm-up time. If the engine is high in work intensity, the ECU can also reduce the fuel injection amount according to the water temperature signal to protect the engine when the temperature is too high. The location of the installation is generally at the junction of the large water pipe and the engine.More
Auto Oxygen Sensor Product introduction Overview In order to obtain the correct air-fuel ratio, the engine management system usually adopts the technology of closed-loop fuel control. The oxygen sensor is an important part of the closed-loop control, which monitors the residual oxygen content in...More
Electric car IEC connector gun Product Description This series of European standard AC charging guns is mainly suitable for European standard professional charging connection and electric vehicle vehicle end. Applicable to IEC charging mode 2 connection mode B, charging mode 3 connection mode B,...More
Electric car Vehicle end connector gun Product Description The charging gun is configured with a vehicle end plug that charges an electric vehicle (EV) in an alternating current (AC) manner through a vehicle port.The product complies with the requirements of the IEC 62196.1/2 standard....More
Anhui: By 2020, more than 180,000 electric vehicle charging piles will be built.
“In 2018, the auto market continued to decline or even negative growth, which caused the whole industry to fall into anxiety. In 2019, this state will continue. In the face of the turning point of the auto market, what is the view of companies in the front line?”