IBS spearheads growth of Hella’s sensor range

14th July 2017 | 0 Comments

During the past decade alone, the level of electronics and electronic systems used throughout a typical vehicle has significantly increased, and it is estimated that electronics now account for 30 per cent of a vehicle’s total production cost. Moving forward it’ll be increasingly the job of workshops to ensure all manner of systems function correctly, and as many components are intrinsically integrated into a vehicle’s engine management system, their presence is going to have an enormous impact upon the aftermarket. Hella states it is leveraging its strengths in sensor technology development to ease technicians’ jobs – the company has produced a wide range of original equipment products that includes intelligent battery sensors, vacuum pumps, accelerator pedal sensors, oil level sensors, air quality sensors, knock sensors and map controlled sensors.

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