Our emphasis on quality and range development has resulted in a range sourced from across the globe. All parts are provided by OEM or BER compliant aftermarket suppliers, all with a long history of supplying parts into the European aftermarket.
All parts conform to the latest TS 16949, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards and are tested thoroughly to ensure that the product in the box is of the highest quality. In some instances parts will even be tested twice – post production and prior to being dispatched.
Parts that go through this specific testing process will feature a quality sticker, showing customers that the part has undergone a rigorous testing process.
All Cambiare products are covered by a two year or 30,000 mile warranty - whichever comes first. The warranty commences on the date of installation of the component.
This warranty only protects against faults caused by manufacturing or material defects. It does not cover failure through general “wear and tear”.
This warranty only applies to parts correctly selected by application from the current Cambiare catalogue and which are fitted according to the vehicle manufacturer’s specification and service schedules.
This warranty is limited to the replacement of the faulty parts and does not cover faults arising from incorrect installation, misuse, neglect or accident.
Cambiare reserves the right to reject any claim where the part has been fitted to a vehicle that has been used for motor sport, track days or any other off-highway activity.
All claims must be made to Cambiare, or their appointed representative within that country, in writing, with full details of the fault and vehicle as soon as it is discovered, together with a copy of the original purchase documentation and also any sale documentation. An inspection of the product and of the vehicle in question may be necessary to substantiate a claim.
Cambiare shall not be liable for consequential loss or incidental damages resulting from or raised by the use, operation, failure, malfunction or defect of any Cambiare product.
If you have a warranty query, please contact our technical helpline on 0845 543 8280.
With the amount of parts controlled by the OBD and ECU continues to grow, so does our product offering.
We are constantly striving to ensure that Cambiare is your one stop solution for all of your vehicle electronics requirements. So make sure you visit the site on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with the latest developments!
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Cambiare’s OEM quality range of Lambda Sensors feature the following technology:
5-wire wideband sensors produce a variable signal (voltage) that tells the ECU how rich or how lean the air-fuel mix is. This is a more precise method of measuring the air-fuel mixture. This delivers greater accuracy to achieve stricter emission targets.
The Zirconia sensor features a hollow ceramic cylinder made from Zirconia Dioxide. At the stoichiometric point the ECU will read a charge of approximately 0.45 volts while a rich fuel mixture will read 0.9 volts and a lean mixture will read 0.1 volts. The sensor is most sensitive near the stoichiometric point and less sensitive when either very lean or very rich. The ECU is able to read this change in voltage and modify the fuel injector output accordingly.
The Titania sensor looks very similar to the Zirconia type, although it is normally smaller. The fundamental difference between the two is that unlike the Zirconia sensor, the Titania type is not able to generate a voltage and requires a base voltage to be supplied by the ECU.
The sensor is made from a titanium dioxide ceramic element which changes electrical resistance in response to the concentration of oxygen in the exhaust gas. The ECU measures this signal and adjusts the fuel feed in response. If the fuel mixture is rich, the resistance will measure low. An oxygen rich, or lean mixture, will have a high resistance measure.
Planar sensors use zirconia ceramic sensing technology which is formed into thin flat shape. This is different to standard zirconia sensors as they use a conical sensor shape. Planar sensors require less electrical power as the heater is integrated into the sensing element making them more efficient.
Cambiare introduces new range of oil level sensors
The vehicle electronics specialist, Cambiare, continues to expand its product offering within the aftermarket.
Cambiare press coverage 2015/2016
Cambiare is a brand that continues to evolve and grow in strength. Now, as a recognised player in the aftermarket, Cambiare is gaining more industry press coverage and has been featured in the latest editions of PMM, PMF and CAT magazines.
We have a winner!
Congratulations to Milehams of the A1 factor group who were the lucky winners of the Cambiare 2015 van promotion. The prize van, a brand new Cambiare branded Citroen Berlingo ,was presented by Cambiare Business Development Manager Richie Ley.
Cambiare featured in CAT Magazine
Cambiare has been featured in the 'Inside Line' feature of CAT Magazine for October, which looks at common faults and how to fix them.
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