A pressure gauge is an instrument that measures the pressure of various fluids in a car, such as gasoline and oil. It is important to monitor these pressures to ensure that the car's engine is working properly and efficiently. A digital oil pressure sensor closely monitors the oil pressure in the engine, and can be connected to your retrofitted engine management such as ECU master, Vems or other ECU. Correct oil pressure is essential for lubrication and cooling of the engine's moving parts, and a digital sensor provides accurate and fast readings that either the driver can monitor or the engine management itself can monitor if correctly programmed with safe limits.
Likewise, a digital fuel pressure sensor is an important component of a modern fuel injection system. It measures the fuel pressure in the fuel system and sends the information to the engine's engine management. This can help optimize fuel consumption and engine performance by ensuring the correct amount of fuel is delivered under different driving conditions. Overall, pressure gauges and pressure sensors contribute to monitoring and maintaining the car's engine function and safety. Likewise, you can also add pressure sensors to your retrofitted engine control so that it itself monitors whether there is a drop in the petrol pressure.