On many transmissions, a gear change is made by means of a hydraulic controller activated by a transmission control unit.
Transmission speed sensors detect the input, output or intermediate speed of the transmission and transmit this information to the transmission control unit (TCU).
An increasing demand for comfort and safety drives the global technological shift from manual to automatic transmissions.
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The variable-force transmission solenoid (VTS) controls the pilot pressure in automatic transmissions.
The dedicated hybrid continuously variable transmission (DH-CVT) with pushbelt is a hybrid configuration excelling in efficiency and performance.
The medium-pressure sensor provides a rapid and precise measurement of fuel and oil pressure in every kind of combustion engine and transmission.
The pressure- or flow-activated direct electric shift control serves as an actuator for pressure or throughput control on automatic transmissions.
The vehicle control unit as central E/E architecture component for all powertrain types.
The electronic engine control unit (ECU) is the central controller and heart of the engine management system.