The breathing rate of oxygen

If you are looking to buy a fuel and engine efficient vehicle, as well as an environmentally friendly vehicle, your focus should be on the importance of oxygen sensors and air-fuel ratio sensors. Oxygen sensors are also known as lambda sensors among car owners. The oxygen sensor is an extremely important electronic device with an important function: it measures and calculates the amount of oxygen O2 in the liquid or gas to be analyzed. This sensor is very important at this time when we have to think about protecting and saving our planet as it helps the engine run efficiently while keeping the environment clean and protected.

Oxygen sensors were invented in the late 1960s and the man who developed them was Dr. Gunter Bauman. Now that we are talking about protecting our environment, we need to mention another important part of any modern vehicle: the air-fuel ratio sensor. First, let’s clarify what an AFR, or air-fuel ratio, is. It is the mass ratio of air that is normally added during a combustion process. Oxygen sensors and air-fuel ratio sensors are of great importance today as they help us measure the amount of pollutants released while driving.

These sensors first appeared in the 1960s, but were improved and modernized in the late 1990s. Their task today and their most common application today is very clear: They measure the O2 concentration in exhaust gases in general and of course all internal combustion engines. Nowadays, many motorists use these electronic devices to measure oxygen pressure and the amount of breathing gas.

When changing or repairing auto parts, do not leave anything to the layperson and only work with certified, professional and trustworthy mechanics. Certified auto mechanics always have a wide variety and selection of oxygen and air-fuel ratio sensors for their vehicles. Whenever you visit them and decide to change these sensors, always insist on buying only high quality parts with a full warranty and brand new.

Buying new and original oxygen sensors and air-fuel ratio sensors is important for your safety and a smoother driving experience, but also very important for our environment (these parts are “responsible” for controlling and minimizing pollution).


The different types of Co2 sensors available are lower power Co2 gas sensors, innovative gas sensors, and gas sensors under development. Low power consumption Co2 sensors are very practical and have unique advantages such as very low power consumption, battery operation, wireless communication, standard digital output, optimal temperature and humidity output. Innovative CO2 sensors are designed to improve quality and reduce product costs. The CO2 sensor kits consist of an electronic, power and LCD display, which is required to show the level of CO2 in the air. These CO2 sensors are innovative, real-time capable, inexpensive, fast and show faster results with rapid changes in the CO2 concentration in the air. Since it is easy to use, we just have to plug it in, with the power that reads the data displayed on the LCD screen, it consumes less than 100mw at full speed, all thanks to the leading LED technology.


These sensors are considered an integral part of the car for several reasons. Undoubtedly, two of the most important are: the fact that they help the car engine run more efficiently and the fact that they indicate the level of pollution. Having new, reliable sensors is not just a question of safety and driver awareness, it is also a statement that shows that you care about the environment and invest in protecting our planet. Drive safely and focus on these environmental issues.