The EMU PRO is a stand-alone engine management system aimed at bringing a comprehensive professional motorsport feature set and vast tuning possibilities to both professionals and the DIY market. It offers precise powertrain control coupled with the ultimate flexibility to adapt the engine calibrations for the most demanding projects. EMU PRO 8 is targeted at builds with smaller (up to 8 cylinders) engines, or setups that do not need additional I/O built in.
EMU PRO 8 is available with or without connectors and terminals. Please be sure to choose which you would like at checkout.
Advanced fueling model including closed-loop short- and long-term trim algorithms combined with fuel film model gives exceptional accuracy of injectors control.
The software is designed to give the user unprecedented flexibility of configuration of strategies. The user may adjust the size of all tables in the software and the channels used on each table axis. Bins values on the X and Y axis can be changed too, which increases the accuracy of the table readouts in non-linear parts of the described model.
Flexible system with custom functions, numbers, CAN inputs and CAN exports, well known from Power Management Unit (PMU) and Advanced Display Unit (ADU).
Stand-alone sequential gearbox/ paddle-shift advanced strategy, up to 4 closed-loop stages, PWM solenoids control.
Number of outputs and inputs covering most demanding applications.
Engine type support – Four-stroke, two-stroke, rotary; up to 12 cylinders.
Oxygen sensor – 2 x internal LSU 4.9 controller, up to 4 sensors support.
2 x DBW full support with auto-calibration.
User-defined table sizes up to 32×32.
Up to 4 VVT channels supported with auto-calibration.
2 x CAN 2.0A/B, 1 x LIN bus.
2 x knock sensors.
Logging to external USB memory.
Up to 500 Hz data-logging.
4 x EGT inputs (or high-precision analog inputs).
Total of 31 outputs and 24 inputs.
Custom user functions, numbers, tables, and outputs.
Water resistant IP 65 enclosure, bespoke CNC machined aluminum.
On-line parameters analysis displayed on the graph log.