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Clarification needed[edit]

A clamp force sensor is a relatively expensive component in an EMB caliper. The cost is derived from its high unit value from a supplier, as well as marked production expenses because of its inclusion.
That's like saying a monkey has a tail because its a tail bearing animal. Unfortunately I don't know why they're expensive, so can't help.

Tabby (talk) 10:59, 11 April 2011 (UTC)