DENSO Develops Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensor With Improved Temperature Detection Accuracy
Green Car Congress
APRIL 21, 2009
DENSO Corporation has improved the temperature detection accuracy of its newly developed diesel exhaust temperature sensor. The new sensor, which is located in front of the diesel particulate filter (DPF) and used to control temperature for DPF regeneration, helps reduce harmful diesel emissions and improves fuel efficiency by enabling more precise control of aftertreatment systems. DENSO extended the length of the probe and developed a vibration-resistant structure to support it.