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11 February 2019

Vehicle Control Unit VCU

The new Vehicle Control Unit VCU is specially developed for high-end electric engine applications like Formula E and impresses with an extra robust aluminium housing and motorsport connectors at only 650 grams. The unit integrates a flexible logging device with high speed logging capability of up to 100 kHz. The processing cores feature floating-point arithmetic and a high-end FPGA for ultimate performance and flexibility. To speed up algorithm development, the customer software development process is based on   MATLAB/Simulink.   The   VCU   comes   with   low-level   functions   like   pin   setup, diagnostics, etc. It is fully integrated in the Bosch Motorsport software tool landscape.

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Vehicle Control Unit VCU

Electric Coolant Pump ECP 160

A real power package is the electric coolant pump ECP 160. The coolant flow can be regulated according to engine requirements and can deliver up to 14,700 liters per hour on demand. The ECP 160 is designed to replace mechanical pumps in combustion engines, but can operate in other applications like battery-, electric motor- or inverter cooling, as well. The device is impressively small, measuring only 110 x 105 mm and weighing less than 1,000 g while producing a maximum pressure of 2.4 bar.
Electric Coolant Pump ECP 160

CAN-Keypad

The CAN Keypad CK-M12 allows for simplification of the dashboard by offering 12 buttons and 9 additional wired inputs to be evaluated and transmitted via CAN bus to other devices on the bus. Each button has an individually addressable LED indicating ring that can be used to acknowledge a button press event, indicate status of a device, or alert the driver to a fault condition. No special configuration software is needed, all feedback logic is done by PBX, DDU or ECU. Each keypad is supplied with 15 black inserts, optional insert kits are also available.

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CAN-Keypad

Collision Avoidance System CAS-M3

The Collision Avoidance System CAS-M3 enables real-time visualization during the race, warning the driver about approaching or overtaking cars. Therefore, it increases safety during race and helps the driver focus on the track. The system combines a rear view camera  and  a  radar sensor for a wider view at close  range. A high-performance display visualizes and tracks rear traffic and approaching cars – even if the camera is blind due to mist or rain. The CAS-M3 system is fully integrated in the Bosch Motorsport Tool environment and can be configured with RaceCon.
Collision Avoidance System CAS-M3

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