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ECU

(Electronic Control Unit) An automotive electronics module that contains an embedded system. Today's vehicles may have 75 or more ECUs that control just about everything, including the operation of the engine, transmission, doors, windows, airbags and the user interface. See embedded system, automotive Ethernet and hardware-in-the-loop.
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1 billion ECUs in May, giving a total surplus of 27 billion ECUs for the January-May period, up 0.
If we all dealt in ECUs, these problems would not exist as Fritz would expect to buy in ECUs and I would expect to get paid in ECUs.
The pound's value will be frozen at its level against the Ecu just before midnight on December 31, 1998, before joining the next day.
In addition, McLaren Electronics Systems has been a component supplier to NASCAR teams since 2005 and also provides some of the ECUs that became available last year in the McLaren MP4-12C high-performance sports car.
The result of the RESCAR research is a cross-industry solution that enables upgrading of the ECUs in a considerably more efficient way.
Low loss, improving the efficiency of the power supply and enabling an increase in the number of ECUs and control functions, in addition to simplifying circuit design for heat dissipation and other features
With regard to the passenger cars and utility vehicles, the market will grow threefold in the near future; newer models will be launched, offering higher technology content, thereby driving the demand for ECUs.
Ideal for heavy-duty agricultural equipment applications, the 154-circuit connection system performs up to 50 mating cycles for mating and unmating of multiple ECUs on different applications.
Service centers can use the Aftermarket Programming Tool when replacing current Meritor WABCO pneumatic ABS and Stability Control ECUs.
2 billion yen) by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice for violation of the Canadian Competition Act in connection with sales in Canada of certain body electronic control units body ECUs for motor vehicles.
As part of the FIA's commitment to reduce costs, increase competition, and support fuel efficiency and energy recovery initiatives in Formula One, it tendered the contract for the appointment of a supplier of standard ECUs and associated software.
Though it should be noted that there is a Powertrain Management System that takes input from the ECUs from the engine, transmission, chassis, braking, steering, cabin power, etc.