Product Characteristics

  • The newest generation uses a thermistor element in the tip of the sensor.
  • The thinner structure of newest sensors guarantees shorter response time than previous generations and other technologies on the market.
  • Furthermore, the temperature range is wider than ever before.
  • NTK's 4th generation exhaust gas temperature sensors are able to measure temperatures from -40°C up to 900°C.The sensor's small size ensures low weight and the powder-filled element support guarantees high vibration resistance.

The evolution of generations

Every sensor type is optimized for a specific temperature range C-type: 100° - 900° E-type: -40° - 900°

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