Support for proper working parameters of the EC system
Sensors facilitate the maintenance of proper parameters within the thermal systems, e.g. monitoring and controlling of the coolant’s and oil’s temperature in the EC system.
The sensor’s signal is used primarily by the ECU (Engine Control Unit) to control the operation of the cooling fan for the radiator. In addition, the signal may be used by other control units e.g. HVAC-control unit. The signal is also used for the ‘Engine Temperature’ gauge on the dashboard.
High car park coverage
Initial range to cover the most popular applications with an ongoing development and introduction of new parts. Program for passenger cars and light vans.
A holistic product selection within the EC category. The sensor range from Nissens joins our wellestablished collection of EC parts: radiators, water pumps, oil coolers and expansion tanks.
Genuine Nissens Quality
Nissens’ Genuine Quality standards are applied throughout all of the development, manufacturing, and testing processes to secure the most optimal and proper operation of the sensor, and its long lifespan.
Nissens' Product Benefits
Nissens’ sensors undergo a comprehensive test series, including: performance, insulation resistance, connections, interface fitment, and signal temperature curve tests.
All that is needed for a proper installation included in the product box (when applicable), e.g. O-rings (premounted).
To secure long, trouble-free operation, besides complete functional testing, we examine our sensors in terms of rapid temperature change, and leakages.
In modern engines, the sensor’s signal is also used e.g. to:
• adjust the fuel injection,
• regulate the charge pressure,
• set the exhaust gas recirculation volume
• switch between cooling circuits (micro- and full circuit),
• switch or control the main or auxiliary cooling pumps,
• activate/deactivate the start-stop system.
The sensor’s malfunction leads to the EC system’s worsened performance. It can also expose the EC fan to quicker wear via an improper starting.