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Engine control system BOSCH MOTRONIC MED 7.5.10 (FSI) training board-simulator

Engine control system BOSCH MOTRONIC MED 7.5.10 (FSI) training board-simulator

Technical specifications and functions
·         The integrated engine control system with direct petrol injection (FSI);

·         Monitoring operation of fuel supply system, injected fuel quantity, spray pattern quality, low fuel pressure of the fuel pump;

·         Low pressure fuel pump is built into a transparent tank which allows to see its operation;

·         The adjustable air flow rate simulator demonstrates the function of the mass – air flow meter and air temperature sensor;

·         Visible work process of spark plugs;

·         Easy access for high voltage measurements;

·         Manual adjustment of the engine crankshaft speed;

·         Integrated simulators allow changes to the parameters of each system component:

–       Lambda probe signal simulation;

–       Engine operation temperature simulation;

–       NOx sensor parameter simulation;

–       Exhaust gas temperature sensor simulation;

·         Intake manifold pressure sensor simulation; The training board has a complete electric wiring diagram of direct petrol injection system (FSI);

·         Electric wiring diagram with built – in banana plug jumpers for measurements and simulation of system fault codes; Ability to monitor the changing operation mode of each system component;

·         Ability to simulate more than 20 system faults by disconnecting Banana plug jumpers;

·         Training board has an integrated TFT voltmetre. It displays voltage of different electronic system components:

–       G212 Exhaust gas recirculation potentiometer;

–       G70   Air-mass flow meter;

–       G185 Accelerator pedal position sender I;

–       G79   Accelerator pedal position sender II;

–       G336 Intake manifold flap potentiometer;

–       G247 Fuel pressure sensor;

–       G187 Throttle valve potentiometer I;

–       G188 Throttle valve potentiometer II;

–       G71   Intake manifold pressure sensor;

–       G62   Engine operation temperature sensor;

–       G83   Coolant temperature sensor;

–       G235 Exhaust gas temperature sensor;

·         Intake manifold flap regulation (vacuum pump is required; optional);

Diagnostic and measurement

·         System’s parameters are measured by connecting to the banana connector;

·         Ability to measure electrical signal parameters of each system component (such as sensor or actuator);

·         Ability to measure high voltage circuit of the ignition system;

Control unit diagnosis

·         Diagnosis through OBD 16 – pin diagnostic connector;

·         Electronic control unit (ECU) identification;

·         Reading/erasing fault codes;

·         Displaying the operating system parameters (live data);

·         Activating the actuators (Depends on the control unit);

·         Throttle valve adaptation;

·         Control unit encoding/configuration;


·         The stand has a closed structure – internal wiring is not visible

·         Power supply: 220V

·         Dimensions approx.: (HxLxW) 1820x1360x500mm

·         Nett weight approx.: 105 Kg

·         Made in Lithuania

·         CE certificate

Optional accessories

·         Examination console for 10 hidden fault simulations

·         Vacuum / pressure pump

·         Automotive oscilloscope

·         OBD diagnostic scan tool



Fully functional engine control system is installed in a mobile aluminum frame. This training board-simulator is specially designed to help technical students understand better direct petrol injection (FSI) system MOTRONIC MED 7.5.10. The educational training board is based on OEM components of Audi/VW. The integrated engine control system shows different operation modes of the direct fuel injection/ignition system.

The training board-simulator is a great educational tool that allows students to learn the structure of the engine control system, study its components and operation modes, perform various measurements, tests and other diagnostic procedures.


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