Camshaft speed sensor for two-wheelers

  • Function principle

    How the camshaft speed sensor for two-wheelers works


     

    The position of the camshaft is a key reference value for electronic engine management. The sensor's high accuracy makes it possible to precisely adjust the camshaft's position, which results in greater performance with lower emissions.

    Once the camshaft speed sensor has determined the position of the camshaft, the engine management system uses it to establish the position of the individual engine pistons. These values, in turn, are necessary for optimum control of the valve timing, injection point, injection duration, ignition point, and knock control. Thanks to its true-power-on (TPO) function, the sensor starts up quickly and communicates a position as soon as it has been switched on.

    Technical characteristics:

    • Single-Hall technology
    • Rapid starting capability with TPO function
    • Can be installed in various positions
    • Temperature range up to +150 °C (max. 250 hours at +160 °C)
    • Small sensor diameter
     
     
     
  • Customer benefits

    Robust – accurate – compact


     

    The camshaft sensor is designed as a contactless Hall sensor. It promotes adherence to emissions limits as well as smooth engine operation for enhanced comfort.

    • High measurement accuracy
    • Robust design
    • Large air gap range
    • Contactless measurement
    • Compact configuration
    • High electromagnetic compatibility (EMV)
    • Reduces emissions and fuel consumption
    • Resistant to mineral-based oils
    • Can be installed in a variety of positions
     
     
     
 
 

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