This ECM is build with only one goal.
Maximise your engine performance and this ECM platform will support your project able to run far more RPM than your engine can handle.
What makes this ECM unique? Two things:
The main controller allows for writing your own controls from fuel metering to mutable control systems from boost or wastegate control to launch control options if you want to run boost on the starting line or want a two step launch control, controlling engine power @ the start it can all be done.
The Injector drivers are build to industrial standards and use power recovery from the injector coils in a way that not only we have extreme low power consumption but our drivers store the energy making it possible to run hi RPM on the engine and still have the ability to fire the injector in rapid succession without dropping power for the boost phase of the injector coils so peak current is consisted giving the guarantee that injector timing and metering remains within injector specification.
What will the future hold.
Some of our US and Canadian customers are in the proses of converting there CAT C series engine from pump injector to Commonrail and our Caterpillar ECM will support multiple fuelpump control as well.
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Connectors 1 (76 pin connector)
5 8 pin injector connector
1 USB B connector (laptop connection)
1 USB A connector (USB stick for datalogging)
1 4-pin Minidin for connection to Vidigauge
2 DE9 connectors for serial communications (for slave devices eg wideband oxygen sensor controllers)
Physical Dimensions (mm)
Depending on application.
Depending on application
Depending on application
Crank angle sensor type
5 programmable inputs, missing tooth detection, multitooth and various others supported
Reluctor and optical/Hall effect inputs, with configurable edge selection, internal pull-ups when in optical/Hall effect mode
Manifold absolute pressure input
0 - 5V, arbiratary calibration, 1/3 bar calibration supplied (requires external sensor, 5V supplied by ECU)
Air and water temp inputs
4k7 pull-up (requires separate thermistor connected to ground), multipoint linearly interpolated calibration
2 x 0 - 1V factory narrowband, or Bosch "wideband" - input impedance 1 MOhm.
Can connect 0-5V linearised sensor (eg PLX, M&W UEGO) to aux input
Can connect 0-3V Zietronix sensor to analogue input
Can connect M&W UEGO, TechEdge, Innovative to second serial port
Throttle position input
0-5V (5V supplied by ECU), 2-point calibration, adaptive learning
Auxiliary digital inputs
8 inputs, each configurable as active-high or active-low, pull-up or pull-down resistors, 12V tolerant inputs
Number of injector drivers
20 single injection/12 multi bursts injection
Injector driver waveforms
Any end of injection angle (within 720 degree cycle), independent for each output
360 or 720 degree firing
Additional up to 4 independent injections pilot/main/post
Injector driver current
Optional constant current or Boost-peak-hold drive up to 12A continue and >80A pulsed Switchmode drivers up to 100V
Number of auxiliary outputs
8, with push-pull & PWM on all channels. 4A sink, 1A source
optional injector outputs 5 to 12 can be used for auxiliary outputs
Limited by memory - default is every 50 RPM and 20 load points, but additional points can be added at any RPM or load
VE based on TPS or MAP, with MAP correction
Injector pulse width resolution
2 micro seconds (0 - 60ms)
Fuel control strategies
Open loop, closed loop, adaptive modes
Open loop, load based engine temperature, air temperature, cranking & post-crank enrich
Idle control strategies
Open loop value vs coolant temperature
Target speed vs coolant temperature
Extra for electrical load and aircon
Post crank idle-up
Depending on application >400Hz
DI Injector solenoid driver specifications:
The INJ drivers are build to industrial standards and use power recovery from the injector coils in a way that not only we have extreme low power consumption but our drivers store the energy making it possible to run hi RPM on the engine and still have the ability to fire the injector in rapid succession without dropping power for the boost phase of the injector coils so peak current is consisted giving the guarantee that injector timing and metering remains within injector specification. Also every DI injector driver output has his own hi side driver stage and this will make it possible to fire the injector independent without limitations to timing and duration. Most automotive DI injector drivers share 2 up to 4 injector outputs per hi side driver meaning only one of these injector outputs can be active @ the time giving complications when pilot and post injections are needed.
- boost voltage 45 en 100V
- boost time 25uSec up to 275uSec (can be exstended)
- boost current limit setting. YES
- peak current time 300uSec up to 2.7mSec (can be exstended)
- Peak current factor 1.1 up to 2 times hold current.
- hold current 0 up to 19.5A
- Driver 12A continue and >80A pulsed