Control Units for Construction Equipment

Construction & Lifting Machinery


Typical functions of electronic control units (ECU) are monitoring and measuring parameters such as speed, temperature, pressure, and position, which can characterize the behavior of manifold, engine and the exhaust of powertrain. Additionally, it can be used to control and manage the powertrain through actuators such as injector, ignition coils, valves and motors. TI solutions and reference designs allow you to design your ECU with:

  • Reduced battery leakage current during standby operating modes (ignition off)
  • Load dump voltage tolerant for directly battery connected devices
  • Low battery crank operation
  • Higher efficiencies, higher power density or frequency
  • Differentiated power design with industry-leading DC/DC converters, controllers and charge pumps across all topologies
  • IEC 61508 SIL 3 and ISO 26262 ASIL D functional safety certifications to ease system-level certification efforts

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