JCB Control Modules, Units - ECU, ECM
In JCB electronics, an electronic control unit (ECU) is an embedded system that controls one or more electrical systems or subsystems in JCB technology.
ECM (electronic engine control).
JCB ECM - Engine Control Module.
JCB ECU - Electronic Control Unit - electronic control unit - a general term for any electronic control unit.
By types of ECU can be divided into:
- Electronic (ECU),
- Engine control unit (ECM)
- Combined power transmission control unit
- Transmission control unit
- Brake control unit
- Central control module
- Central synchronization module
- Main electronic module,
- Suspension control module.
Taken together, these systems are sometimes referred to as JCB computer hardware. Technically, this is not a single computer, but several blocks. Sometimes a single assembly includes several separate control modules.
Modern JCB equipment include up to 80 ECU. Embedded software in an ECU continues to evolve according to quantity, complexity, and sophistication. Managing the increase in complexity and the number of ECUs as JCB parts in JCB technology has become one of the key tasks.