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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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as this name is already familiar as the acronym for the existing European Currency Unit, and has a long history as a monetary denomination in its own right (it was the name of a coin minted in Continental Europe in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries).
25 billion in European Currency Units, which were convertible to a dollar value between $1.
From now until December 31, 1992, the insured must have a minimum of 500 employees, annual sales of or exceeding 24 million European Currency Units (ECUs) and a balance sheet showing a minimum reserve of 12.

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