1979-02-01

Automotive Sensors-Design/Production 790141

High-quality, low-cost automotive sensors are the key to making precise electronic engine control practical. This paper describes four automotive sensors: a temperature sensor, a linear position sensor, a rotary position sensor, and a crankshaft position sensor. The description covers the design approach, the test procedures, the production processes, and the quality assurance measures followed by an established high volume automotive supplier.

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