Automotive ECU architecture and logic
This kit provides students with a practical understanding of how Electronics Control Units within a vehicle are constructed and how they operate.
This kit allows students to investigate Electronics Control Unit circuits using a pre-programmed micro ECU. Students start by building a fully functioning ECU with inputs, a relay and a transistor output and carry out the bulk of learning with it. Students construct a circuit around the ECU, select one of 14 programs on the ECU and work through the workbook provided. The workbook includes a number of fault finding exercises so that students can understand how faults in ECU circuits can be diagnosed and interpreted. Suitable for Level 3 students and technicians. A full workbook of exercises is provided.
- ECU operation and structure
- Logic functions
- Pulse width Modulation
- Inputs and switches
- Sensors – light, temperature, Hall effect
- Transistor and relay outputs
- Simple actuators – motors and solenoids
- Fibre optics
- Fault finding in ECU circuits
ANSI version available - order code: LK1800A
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