Common Rail Diesel Engine Management System .
Common Rail Diesel Engine Management System
demonstration panel shows the operating of the electronic, mechanic and
hydraulic elements that constitute the control and fuel feed system of
the contemporary CR/EDC ignition diesel engine.
The Common Rail Diesel Engine Management System is composed of two main modules:
fuel system enables presentation of the subassemblies’ working and a
change of the fuel dose. The measuring panel enables easy installation
of the check meters for all the system sensors and working
subassemblies. The pump drive control allows the simulation of the full
rotational speed range from the start phase to full capacity. The fault
simulation console enables creating of breaks in chosen circuits and
observing the reaction of the control system to the occurred position
rail pump and injector control system for demonstration of its working
and for the study of the electric and hydraulic parameters of the
high-pressure pump and electro-injector control system. The module can
work autonomously or together with the Diesel Common Rail engine
electronic control unit.
Common Rail engine control unit, equipped with a microprocessor
controller used for the demonstration of the high-pressure pump and
electro-injector control system. The module can only work with the pump
and injector control module.