The ESC sensor efficiency

The first electronic ABV marketable sensor in a Jensen FF 1966 Soon the Ford Group (followed by Chrysler) was installed to the ABS sensor installed in the axle of the rear wheels of the vehicles. In 1973 thanks to the company Bosch, the ABS became more electronic. For a long time, but the electronic anti-lock system sensor for a surcharge only offered, slowly spread and was mainly installed in the premium class models. The situation changed only when the legislator threatened to intervene. Thus by the year 2003 90% of the newly registered vehicles equipped with ABS sensors:

The ABS works perfectly on solid ground and also makes it possible to control most sudden brakes without skidding, skidding or locking the Autoräder. Thanks to it the braking distance is reduced and the vehicle can also be maneuvered during its course. ABS is not the best solution when driving on snow, as in most cases to increase the braking distance produces an effect. However, it has many more advantages than disadvantages. To date, the ABS is often combined with an ESC sensor, which acts as a drive assistant and has a positive effect on the brake. The WSA keeps the car, while the driving stability and does not change in any way the braking distance. This is especially important in fast cornering when the car tends to slip sideways. The ESC sensor allows maneuverability of the vehicle, making it impossible to oversteer. The ESC can cause brake individual wheels while the others continue to turn.

The efficiency of the ESC sensor, similar to that of ABS, depending on the rpm RPM (revolutions per minute), as well as the acceleration of the vehicle in the vertical direction. The ABS is activated only by the brake actuation while the ESC is constantly active, even when the system is in standby mode. The ESC sensor can produce up to 150 reactions per minute. Therefore, it is considered a lasting solution. In our online shop you will find all necessary spare parts (eg exhaust valve, brake shoes, brake drum, exhaust valve, etc.) For the majority of the automotive brands.