E²CORE: multivariable control
for speed, power, lambda, ...

The modules of the E²CORE series are universal, highly dynamic and compact multi-variable controllers for speed, power and mixture control in gas engines. Well-proven actuators are pre-stored as profiles and can thus be used immediately to power throttle valves, exhaust das wastegates, turbocharger bypass valves, variable gas mixers or gas metering devices. Via the CAN interface, the modules of the E²CORE series can be easily integrated into various existing engine control systems. A large number of common sensors and signal patterns are already preconfigured for this purpose. With our E²SERVICE, a powerful service tool is available for their integration, commissioning and service.

Advantages AVAT E²CORE

  • One Regulator for speed, power and mixture
  • Robust and precise position control of all actuators
  • Independent single control or multivariable control configurable
  • Engine speed measurement
  • Overspeed monitoring
  • Mixture control of lambda-1 or lean lambda engines
  • Most compact assembly on the market
  • Library for Bachmann PLC included (others on request)

E²CORE series at a glance

E²CORE-driver covers the fast and accurate position-control of two DC servomotors and a step motor. Well-proven actuators are pre-stored as profiles and can thus be used immediately to power throttle valves, exhaust das wastegates, turbocharger bypass valves, variable gas mixers or gas metering devices.

E²CORE-control also independently regulates RPM, power, charging pressure and air/gas mixing on gas engines. In addition, E²CORE-control records the engine speed and power, boost pressure and sensors for mixture control. The real strength of E²CORE modules lies in the multivariable control of the engine using all available actuating variables. The result is the fastest possible reaction times to deviations and optimised efficiency while complying with emissions limits.

E²CORE-control+ additionally includes a direct connection to a broadband lambda sensor. The lambda signal can be acquired via CANbus, analog input or via the direct connection on the module.


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