As the main control unit, the electronic engine control unit is the heart of the engine management system. It controls fuel supply, air control, fuel injection, and ignition. Due to its scalability and enhanced performance, the control unit is also able to control the exhaust system, the transmission, and/or vehicle functions. The electronic ECU was developed for use in diesel and gasoline engines as well as for those using alternative fuels.
Support to achieve current and future requirements of exhaust-gas legislation worldwide
due to highest safety standards: Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL)