Drive By Wire Throttle Wiring
Drive by wire technology is supported by the Elite 2500 ECU's and requires wiring of an Electronic Throttle and Accelerator Pedal Position sensor. Wiring setup and connection allocation can be found within the function in the setup page. This wiring connection allocation below is recommended as a standard practice but can be changed if required by your application or needs. Please note that only AVI inputs 1 to 8 can be used for Drive by Wire input signals.
Drive by wire setup information
Recommended Wiring Configuration, (although AVI Inputs 1 to 8 can be allocated and used if required)
Haltech Elite ECU and Drive-By-Wire
Drive-By-Wire (DBW) is one of the most anticipated features on the new Haltech Elite Series ECUs, but it’s the implementation of the DBW system that really makes the Elite Series stand out from the crowd. How DBW works To put it simply; in a DBW ...
Drive By Wire
The Drive By Wire (DBW) function allows your Elite ECU to accept an input from an Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) sensor and use this to control the output to a DBW Throttle Body. This type of control allows mapping of the throttle body opening ...
Throttle Position Sensor
TPS Settings A Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) is required by the ECU for many purposes. It can be used for the primary load input for some applications. It is also used with Idle Control, Decel Cut, Transient Throttle, and many other functions. A TPS ...
Drive By Wire
Drive By Wire The Drive By Wire (DBW) function allows your ECU to accept an input from an Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) sensor and use this to control the output to a DBW Throttle Body. This type of control allows mapping of the throttle body ...
Elite 1500/2500 DBW Wiring Information