3 in 1 Sensor
In automobiles, the speed of the engine can be controlled by varying the amount of fuel and air supplied to the engine. For this throttle system is used. Previously, a mechanical linkage was attached to the throttle pedal by which the butterfly valve of the throttle system was controlled. When the driver hits the accelerator cable the valve used to open wide which causes high flow of fuel or air thereby increasing the speed of the vehicle.