Exhaust gas temperature sensors are essential in modern vehicles, because they protect components that are located in the flow of hot exhaust gas from critical overheating.
Engines are becoming increasingly environmentally friendly and economical, yet also increasingly powerful. On the basis of this development, exhaust gas sensor technology has become more complex over the past few decades. The main purpose of sensors was originally to support catalytic converters, but they are now of the utmost importance in terms of protecting components.
- Basic ignition coil principles: NGK explains the operating principle of an ignition coil
- Design of an ignition coil: Information about the design of NGK ignition coils and the generation of high voltage through magnetic induction
- The NGK ignition coil code: The item number in the NGK ignition coil range indicates which number stands for which type of ignition coil and thereby makes it easier to find the right ignition coil and ignition cables
- Installation tips for ignition coils: The correct installation of an NGK ignition coil guarantees the optimal function and a long service life.
- Distribution of the ignition spark: In the classical version a central ignition coil generates the high voltage necessary for the ignition of the fuel-air mixture.
- Ignition cables: The ignition cables are responsible for conducting the voltage (U) to the spark plug with as little loss as possible.