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Automotive sensors - fuel control, velosity sensors etc.

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steshenko

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Automotive sensors

Dear coalegue!
Now I interested in some sensors for automotive and bus - fuel control, velosity sensors and some other
Please, tell me info on sensors vendors and features
Thx
 

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compression

hi seems u guys r dealing in automotive sector

i need to clarify one thing. i heard the spark plug is parking twice for one complete cycle of the piston. is it possible to avoid this like firing at the compression stroke alone. is ther any algo for this

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In many modern double-coil ignition systems (or older, like the Harley-Davidsons) the spark plug does indeed fire twice. However, this isn't usually harmful in any way. The only problem I can think of is a slightly quicker wear of the plug electrodes, but modern some modern spark plugs can be quite long-living ones.

The old engines (with a conventional points-and-distributor system) or some modern ones with direct ignition (with a separate coil for each spark plug plus the brain box) fire the spark only at determined position in compression stroke.


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hi it is not the matter of worning out

i am planning to use inductive ignition. if i hav to fire twice then at higher speeds i hav less time to charge. hence if i avoid one spark then i will hav more time to charge the coil

anyway thanks for the reply

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Re: Automotive sensors

solvarg said:
steshenko said:
Dear coalegue!
Now I interested in some sensors for automotive and bus - fuel control, velosity sensors and some other
Please, tell me info on sensors vendors and features
Thx
Take a look here:
h**p://www.worknet-phcc.com/k/en/start/productsearchresult.jsp?plCatId=3

Regards

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