What is an Ambient Referenced Motorcycle Oxygen Sensor?
Just like Automotive Oxygen Sensor, “Ambient Reference” Motorcycle Oxygen Sensor uses the ambient air flow (referenced air) from the back of the sensor and the air from the exhaust gas from the front of the sensor as oxygen sampling for Air and Fuel mixture. Vehicle must maintain an air and fuel mixture of 14.7:1, the industry’s standard for efficient and optimal emission. Too much oxygen in this ratio means the engine is running lean; result in poor engine performance. Too much fuel in this ration means the engine is running rich; result in bad fuel economy and high emission. Both conditions may shorten the lifespan of a vehicle's engine and catalytic converter.
To ensure the highest quality and stability, every piece of sensor manufactured undergoes strict simulated bench for function check of both lambda voltage, as well as pressurized sealing bench for leakage check. With 25 years of experience in the field, choose CERADEX’s System Pumped Motorcycle Oxygen Sensor for your design needs.