ECU – Engine Control Unit

ECU in diesel engines

ECU – Engine Control Unit (sometimes referred to as ECM – Engine Control Module) is an electronic device designed to manage the operation of an internal combustion engine. Based on the many sensors that the controller works with, it selects the ratio of the fuel and air mixture. It also monitors the condition of the drive unit.

For many years, we have been designing and manufacturing DPF emulators and SCR emulators that can be connected to the engine without interfering with the ECU.

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