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What's New?

  • Using Built-in Scope Function of the Modular ECUs
    The modular ECUs all have a built-in scope function. This is mainly to aid in diagnonstics, but can also be used for tuning some functions which happen very quickly. Firstly let’s have a bit of an introduction of what an oscilloscope is and how to use one, and then we can show some examples of applications that you can use it for. In the olden days, it used to be called a CRO – Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, and this is what I grew up with when I was a little engineer. It usually has 2 [ Read more… ]
  • Target Boost Modes on Modular ECUs
    This article describes using target boost modes in the Modular ECUs. Firstly, let’s talk about the reason we do it this way. What we found with the Select ECUs was that the majority of people were happy to run an open loop duty cycle, but a few wanted to do closed loop functions also. Also, people wanted different boost levels under different conditions. For example with different ethanol content, or an external input switch to select a different boost level, or in different gears. The [ Read more… ]
  • The M1200 ECU
    This article is about the Adaptronic M1200 ECU. We have been looking for a way to replace the e420d for 4 cylinder engines using the technology from our new Modular ECUs, but in a way that we can match the price point of the e420d which was very popular. Well, we’ve found a way to do it, but there are several limitations compared to the M2000 required to get the cost down (not only of the ECU but of looms as well). Here are the differences: In short, it’s a cut down M2000 with less capable [ Read more… ]

Adaptronic New Modular ECU

We are excited to introduce Adaptronic’s new modular ECUs. Adaptronics new modular ECUs are classified into two: wire-in ECUs and plug-in ECUs. Wire-in ECUs are generally universal type ones that can be use for a wide variety of cars. Wire-in ECUs includes the M2000 and M6000 while plug-in ECUs are specialized units where in the

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