Air Charge Temperature Sensor by Delphi®. Delphi temperature sensors are durable, continuous-function devices that measure temperature changes inside and outside the vehicle. One-piece design automates the production process and eliminates internal connectors and failure points. Plus, crimpless conductive path to the thermistor, along with calibration certification, increase reliability and help assure accuracy of the temperature measurement. Delphi temperature sensors feature a rugged plastic shell and thermistor pre-mold subassembly, which prevents stress to ensure accurate measurements and vibration resistance. The thermistor is separate from the outer shell with specific grease lining, to provide thermal properties for optimal performance. Plus, temperature sensors eliminate electrical interference so they’re not impacted by other electrical output from the vehicle.
- Extensive coverage
- Two types of temperature sensors are available: plastic sensors, which measure ambient temperature changes and interior temperature to provide signals to the outside temperature display or automate climate control unit; and brass sensors, which measure the temperature of the engine oil, the fuel or the engine coolant and provide a signal to the PCM
- Manufactured to meet or exceed OE requirements and testing
Delphi has more than 50 years of OE experience in the fuel handling systems category. Delphi invented the first automotive radiator in 1911, the first car heater in 1929 and the first vehicle air conditioner in 1954. Delphi has over 100 years of experience supplying OEMs, which today includes the likes of Toyota, Ford, Audi and Ferrari.