Wednesday, December 3, 2014

AEM Infinity On Pirelli World Challenge GTS Camaros

AEM Infinity On Pirelli World Challenge GTS Camaros

Racer perspectives on the AEM Infinity ECU and its advantages over other engine management systems. Andy Lee and Geoff Reeves talk about how the Infinity has helped them advance their Pirelli World Challenge GTS Camaros.
[ht: with permission from AEM]

The Infinity EMS represents a quantum leap in technological capability over virtually all existing engine management controllers available today and eases the tuning process for even the most sophisticated engine combinations. It is quite possibly the most advanced programmable engine controller available.

  •     Compatible with most factory and performance aftermarket sensors
  •     Includes start up configurations (supported applications only)
  •     ECU set up wizard
  •     User interface features 3D graphics
  •     Internal simulator
  •     USB 2.0 High-Speed communications
  •     Tune using USB communication port (optional weatherproof extension cable sold separately)
  •     High-speed USB data logging to mass storage device (4GB included, tested to 64GB)
  •     Internal data logging playback mode on every channel, synchronized with all controls
  •     AEMdata data analysis software included
  •     2-Channel CAN included
  •     Runs on Windows-compatible software

  •     Airflow model based calculations
  •     Fuel control resolution to 1/10th of a microsecond (.0000001 sec)
  •     Multi-fuel capable
  •     Flex fuel compensated fuel, ignition and boost with blend
  •     Open-loop fuel pressure compensation
  •     Ignition table, 20x20
  •     VE airflow table, map vs. engine speed, 20x20
  •     Configurable coil dwell (RPM, voltage and load based)
  •     Individual cylinder ignition trim (RPM based)
  •     Individual cylinder fuel trim (RPM based)
  •     3D ignition trim maps (coolant and air temp)
  •     VE-based engine startup
  •     Real-time sensor diagnostics
  •     Integrated engine protection strategies
  •     Dual internal wideband controllers
  •     Target Lambda table, 10x10
  •     User adjustable charge temperature blend (CLT/AIT, engine speed dependent)
  •     O2 lean-out protection
  •     Electronic boost control (time based or target based)
  •     Idle control (stepper and pulsewidth)
  •     Programmable traction control, 2-wheel speed or engine acceleration (4-wheel speed with     Advanced Tuning Package)
  •     2-channel adaptive knock control
  •     2-step programmable launch control (3-step with Advanced Tuning Package)
  •     No-lift shifting (Requires Advanced Tuning Package)
  •     User configurable soft-cut rev limiters

... notes from The EDJE

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