Engine control unit (ECU)
The electronic engine control unit (ECU) is the main central controller and heart of the car engine management system. It controls and manages the complete functioning of fuel supply, air management, fuel injection, and ignition. Due to the scalability of ECU its performance, the control unit can also control the exhaust system and integrate transmission and vehicle functions.
The ECU manages all types of powertrain and topologies such as CNG, Ethanol, Gasoline, Diesel, and Hybrid Fuel Cell systems.