Working principle of electronically controlled gasoline injection system
The electronically controlled fuel injection system uses an electronic control unit (ECU) as the control center and is installed in the hair
Motivation and various sensors on different parts of the vehicle, measuring various operating parameters of the engine, controlling the fuel injection pump to accurately control the injection timing through the set control program and data, so that the engine can be operated under various working conditions. Get the best fuel injection time to meet output torque, low fuel consumption and guaranteed emissions. The electric control system controls the preheating system to ensure the low temperature starting performance of the diesel engine. The parts of the electronic control system include various sensors and controller components on the ECU, the fuel injection pump, and glow plugs.