Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor by Delphi®. Delphi sensors use the Hall Effect or magneto resistive (MR) principles for accurate and clean signal input to the electronic control module (ECM). The result is more design flexibility to address unique applications requiring high-temperature operation and extremely stable switch point repeatability and/or high air gap capability.
- Extensive coverage
- Applications for ignition (camshaft and crankshaft position and speed), transmission (vehicle or engine speed) and anti-lock braking systems (wheel speed)
- Available in low, medium and high switch-point accuracy model
- Manufactured to meet or exceed OE requirements and testing
Delphi speed and position sensors also maintain optimal performance during drastic temperature changes for robust, long-lasting sensor protection thanks to a single-element design. Delphi speed and position sensors undergo certified electrical testing with industry EMI protection against noise interference and other sensor output, and feature enhanced sensing functionality that delivers reduced emissions, improved reliability and superior driveability.
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.