Sensor Valve -Car Product

399 EGP





  1. Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Sensor Valve:
    • This sensor valve is installed on each tire to monitor tire pressure. It sends data wirelessly to the car’s computer system, which then alerts the driver if tire pressure is too low, helping to prevent accidents and reduce tire wear.
  2. Coolant Temperature Sensor Valve:
    • Found in the engine cooling system, this valve measures the temperature of the coolant. It ensures the engine operates within optimal temperature ranges, preventing overheating or inefficient fuel consumption.
  3. EGR Valve Position Sensor:
    • This valve monitors the position of the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve. It helps regulate the recirculation of exhaust gases to reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency.
  4. Variable Valve Timing (VVT) Sensor:
    • Used in engines with variable valve timing technology, this sensor valve monitors the position of camshafts and adjusts valve timing for optimal engine performance, fuel efficiency, and emissions control.
  5. Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor Valve:
    • Located in the fuel vapor recovery system, this valve monitors the pressure inside the fuel tank. It helps detect leaks in the fuel system and ensures compliance with emissions regulations.
  6. Transmission Pressure Control Solenoid:
    • While not a valve in the traditional sense, it controls fluid pressure in automatic transmissions based on sensor inputs. It ensures smooth gear changes and optimal transmission operation.

Sensor valves play a crucial role in modern automotive systems by providing real-time data to the car’s onboard computer, enabling efficient operation, reducing emissions, and enhancing overall vehicle safety and performance.

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