Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) ECU
Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) refers to a technology of introducing pressurized fuel for purposes of combustion. A typical EFI system for single-cylinder, spark-ignited 2 and 3 wheelers, consists primarily of an injector, a fuel pump, an ECU, a suite of sensors and a throttle body. EFI systems usually allow much tighter control of the exhaust’s air-fuel ratio, and thus substantially enhance the operational efficiency of the catalytic converters. A move to EFI (from carburetion) is considered imperative, to meet the future emission norms, for countries planning to manufacture increased volumes of 2 & 3 wheelers. In addition, EFI also promises to provide minor improvements in fuel consumption in comparison to the best performing carburettors in the market today.
SEDEMAC’s EFI ECU is an eco-friendly solution. With the help of EFI ECU vehicle emits cleaner air to meet stringent emission control norms and provides better fuel consumption.
Yes. EFI ECU can be used as a standalone solution. In addition to this it can be integrated with SEDEMAC’s ISG, SI, AMT and different control-intensive technologies, seamlessly and without restrictions.
The EFI ECU is developed in such a way that it is embedded with the algorithms that involve in correction for variation in ambient pressure. It has been thoroughly tested for varied pressure.
SEDEMAC’s EFI ECU has on board diagnostics to identify the failure area or which components have failed. EFI ECU are integrated with well-designed and tested algorithms that can also address the non-obvious failures such as intermittent misfires.
SEDEMAC algorithms have special built-in routines to address cold-start problem. It fuses information from the engine and air temperature sensors with model-based predictions, to ensure reliable cold starts.