Engine controller

  • 12-Oct-2012 10:20 EDT
SOCKEYE 300x300.jpg


Sturman Industries’ second-generation S-TEC (Sturman-Total Engine Controller) is designed to be fully capable and configurable. As a user-customizable controller, customer support options for the Sockeye S-TEC are available from bare board purchases to turnkey solutions. According to Sturman, in its standard configuration the Sockeye offers an extensive I/O set capable of operating most gasoline, diesel, and alternative-fuel engines, including JP-8 for the military. Further customization is available to achieve application-specific requirements for size, weight, functionality, and ruggedness. The Sockeye units are delivered with the Sturman CALibration Editor (SCALE) interface software, which provides capability to modify the calibration gains, tables, and variables. No additional software is required for operation. Optional libraries provide basic engine control unit functionality algorithms for compression-ignition or spark-ignition engines.

HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Rate It
5.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

Tanktwo, a Finland-based startup company is rethinking the basic battery cell and challenging the fundamental economics and operational assumptions of EVs. The ingenious concept is worth engineers' attention.
Ford is to introduce a cylinder deactivation version of its 3-cylinder EcoBoost triple. It will enter production by early 2018 and it is expected to deliver up to a 6% fuel saving with associated CO2 emissions reduction.
A new version of the LG Chem Z.E. 40 battery delivers nearly double the energy density of its predecessor.
The Administration recently announced details of the expanded network of EV charging stations across nearly 25,000 mi (40,233 km) of highways in 35 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.

Related Items

Training / Education
Training / Education