A small (10 cu. in.) microprocessor/sensor, installed inline between the vehicle battery and its ground connection, offers the unique ability to sense a broad range of electrical system and battery characteristics, including ones that that can warn of impending problems. Midtronics, Inc., Willowbrook, IL, has developed a sensor it terms “inGEN” which, for instance, can warn that battery condition has deteriorated to a level that replacement is needed and that terminal corrosion needs ...

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