Engine management systems are the core of efficient technology which allows two-wheelers and powersports vehicles to fulfill new emission regulations.
By controlling the temperature of all combustion engine components based on the operating point, fuel consumption and thus emissions can be reduced.
The electronic engine control unit (ECU) is the central controller and heart of the engine management system.
Components for electric vehicles must be operated in their respective optimal temperature range while also generating pleasant temperatures for passengers in the vehicle interior.
The MD1CE200-LE electronic engine management is the central control unit and the heart of the engine management system for large engines.
Gas and dual-fuel injection system ensure the reliable ignition and outstanding combustion of gas/air mixtures with specific high performance.
The MCRS provides a perfectly metered injection for more efficient consumption.
The engine control unit for high-performance bikes is a powerful and widely scalable engine control unit.
The engine control unit for small bikes is a small and light engine control unit for small bikes especially in emerging markets.
Affordable and resource-saving: By optimizing the internal-combustion engine, Bosch is creating future-proof mobility solutions for the powertrain mix.