Mitsubishi Electric Corp. of Japan has developed technology for use on camshaft and crankshaft sensors that improve ignition sequence timing and overall engine operation efficiency. Utilizing metal targets incorporated into cam and crank design, sensors allow the engine control unit to monitor the shafts’ positions and adjust timing for optimal performance. Giant magneto resistance (GMR) technology, as Mitsubishi calls it, is more accurate then the conventional sensing technology and is ...

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