Engine management system

  • 10-May-2010 02:33 EDT

EngineLab’s Engine Management System consists of EngineLab software along with the EL1 140L Engine Controller, an ECU capable of running any multiport injection engine, as well as a collection of input and output drivers for virtually any late-model automotive technology. The software system, known as the EngineLab Machine, is designed to give the user the best tuning experience possible. The EngineLab Machine, EngineLab’s way of handling complex algorithms, provides the user with a simple-to-use interface for developing novel technologies in a vehicle powertrain. The EngineLab Machine is tightly coupled to the Host Console application on the host PC, which, says the company, allows for the fastest performance and the most accurate user interface to the ECU. Users can connect to the EngineLab simulator to thoroughly test a design before downloading to the hardware.

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