Engine Management Systems.
Engine Management Systems with ECU Master USA
Engine Management Systems. Equipment of our company establish a comprehensive technical solutions used in the modification of internal combustion engines. Depending on the needs of our customers, we offer devices “p iggy back “as well as high-tech computers a” stand alone “. With our devices will be able to exploit the full potential of your engine, both in professional motorsport, as well as in applications amateur. On our website you can also find materials such as manuals, wiring diagrams and the latest software. The aim of our company is to create comprehensive solutions to control the operation of spark ignition engines, in order that the maximum use of their potential in motorsport. We make every effort to ensure that our products meet the highest quality standards and meet the expectations of our customers. With our products successfully using many players competing in motorsports such as Drifting, Drag Racing, Rally Championship, or PPZM. An engine control unit (ECU), now called the powertrain control module (PCM), is a type of electronic control unit that controls a series of actuators on an internal combustion engine to ensure optimal engine performance. It does this by reading values from a multitude of sensors within the engine bay, interpreting the data using multidimensional performance maps (called lookup tables), and adjusting the engine actuators accordingly. Before ECUs, air/fuel mixture, ignition timing, and idle speed were mechanically set and dynamically controlled by mechanical and pneumatic means. One of the earliest attempts to use such a unitized and automated device to manage multiple engine control functions simultaneously was the “Kommandogerät” created by BMW in 1939, for their 801 14-cylinder aviation radial engine. This device replaced the 6 controls used to initiate hard acceleration with one control in the 801 series-equipped aircraft. However, it had some problems: it would surge the engine, making close formation flying of the Fw 190 somewhat difficult, and at first it switched supercharger gears harshly and at random, which could throw the aircraft into an extremely dangerous stall or spin.