- Each module can be used as a stand-alone controller or mixed and matched as stacked configurations to address specific application needs. Figure shows the structure of the LECM architecture and how the three modules can be mixed and matched to form six different hardware configurations.
- Gap and MotoHawk Application development Environment.
LECM: Large Engine Control Module
A single, engine-mounted module for all aspects of engine Control
The LECM provides a single, engine-mounted module that can be used to control all aspects of the engine’s operation. These include speed and load control, air/fuel ratio control, ignition or injector control, misfire and knock detection, air/gas/exhaust flow control, the engine’s start and stop routines, communications and all the monitoring and engine-protection-related alarms associated with each function. LECM provides a single-box approach that can be build up with interlocking modules into a single engine-mountable assembly.
The LECM manages and controls reciprocating engines used in power generation, marine propulsion, locomotive and industrial engine, and process industry. The hardware can be purchased with fully validated application software for gas, diesel, or dual fuel engines.