Engine Control Relay ( ECR )
The engine control relay is the main relay that is used to enable and disable power to the engine management components. The Elite 2500 has one dedicated engine control relay output (DPO 6 (Black/Red)) capable of sinking 1A Max current ( ie 5 x 80 Ohm relays wired in parallel). An Ignition input signal is required by the ECU for this function to operate correctly. When the ECU has a 12V ignition signal on pin A13, the ECR output is enabled (Pin A25) and the ECR relays will engage and power up the engine management components. Upon turning the ignition off, the ECU has the ability to hold on the ECR which is especially useful in turbo timer applications and can be setup when this function is enabled.
This section is used for entering basic engine information including engine type, firing order, and capacity. Page Contents Engine Information Engine Capacity Engine Type Number of Cylinder/Rotors Max Cranking RPM Vehicle Information VIN Drive Type ...
Engine On/Off Control
The Engine On/Off Control function controls engine startup and shutdown features such as Ignition Switch, Kill Switch, Engine Control Relay and Starter Motor Relay. This allows the end user to organise all aspects of engine startup and shutdown from ...
This section will guide you through setting up the software and calibrating the necessary values to enable you to start your engine and achieve a steady idle. By the end of this section, the vehicle will not be ready to be driven, but will be ready ...
Engine Control Relay
Engine Control Relay The Engine Control Relay function allows the Nexus ECU to control the 12V+ power supply to certain parts of the engine management, such as injectors and ignition coils. This function should remain enabled when a Haltech supplied ...
This section contains setup information for ignition configuration, including coil arrangement selection, coil charge settings, and table selection. Page Contents Ignition Angle Ignition Load Type MAP Sensor Air Mass/Cyl Throttle Position Sensor ...