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Electric actuators allow high levels of precision in air intake adjustment. In gasoline engines, the air supply to the cylinder is controlled by means of a throttle body, which reduces or enlarges the intake manifold cross-section.
The throttle device consists of an electrically powered throttle valve and a contactless angular-position sensor for position feedback. The electronic engine management regulates the throttle valve electrically. Trigger input variables are the position of the accelerator throttle and the requirements of systems that can influence engine torque, including adaptive cruise control and active safety systems such as the MSC® motorcycle stability control system.
With its modular design, the Bosch electronic throttle body in NC technology offers the smallest dimensions and, in turn, helps optimize costs. The best-in-class Hall IMC (integrated magnetic concentrator) delivers a shorter response time than competitors' products as well as temperature-independent characteristics.