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Automoto Dual Fuel kit for Diesel generators comes with Full Authority Electronic Control Unit – FAE 55. It is a sophisticated and advanced conversion system developed and designed by European company to convert diesel generators into dual fuel systems. As per CPCB notification the Diesel Generators has to run on Dual Fuel kits in 70:30 ratio of Gas and Diesel. With Automoto Dual Fuel, the generator gains the capability to run on Dual Fuel – i.e. Diesel & Natural gas. Automoto Full Authority Electronic Control Unit precisely manage the dual fuel operation in 70:30 ratio, optimizing performance and efficiency.
Here’s an overview of the products used in Automoto Dual Fuel Kit:

Components of Automoto Dual Fuel Kit

Full Authority Electronic Control Unit

Automoto’s Full authority electronic control unit is the heart of the Dual Fuel System. It is a sophisticated computerized unit that monitors and manages various engine parameters – gas flow rates, air-fuel ratios in real-time. The electronic controller ensures precise gas delivery and combustion optimization.

Automoto Full Authority Electronic Control Unit use specialized software features to manage the engine’s operation effectively when running on two different types of fuel, such as DIESEL and GAS. The software’s primary goal is to optimize performance, fuel efficiency, and emissions for both fuel types. Some common software features found in our kits include:

Full Authority Electronic Control Unit FAE – 55

Fuel Switching Logic

Automoto software employs algorithms to determine when to switch between Diesel and the alternative fuel source based on engine load, RPM, throttle position, exhaust temperature and other parameters.

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Fuel Calibration Maps

The ECU software stores fuel maps for both diesel and alternative fuel. These maps dictate the amount of fuel to be injected into the engine for different operating conditions to ensure proper air-fuel mixture and combustion.

A. [ Fuel Calibration Maps ]

Injection Timing Control

The software allows precise control of fuel injection timing to optimize combustion for each fuel type, promoting better efficiency and reduced emissions.

B. [ Injection Timing Control ]

Ignition Timing Control

Similarly, ignition timing is adjusted to suit the characteristics of both fuels, maximizing power output and minimizing knocking or detonation.

C. [ Ignition Timing Control ]

Compensation for Fuel Properties

Alternative fuels like Pipe Natural Gas have different properties than Diesel, such as different energy content and combustion characteristics. The software compensates for these variations to maintain consistent performance.

D. [ Compensation for Fuel Properties ]

Calibration for Emissions Compliance

Dual fuel kits often need to meet specific emissions standards. Automoto software ensures that the Generator operates within the required limits for emissions of various pollutants.

E. [ Calibration for Emissions Compliance ]

Diagnostic and Troubleshooting Functions

The software has built-in diagnostic capabilities to monitor and detect potential issues with sensors, injectors, or other components.

F. [ Diagnostic and Troubleshooting Functions ]

Sensor Integration

Automoto dual fuel ECU interfaces with various engine sensors, such as temperature sensors, exhaust sensor and pressure sensors, to gather real-time data and make adjustments accordingly.

G. [ Sensor Integration ]

Safety Features

The software include safety measures to protect the generator and prevent potential damage in case of abnormal conditions or malfunctions or high exhaust temperature.

G. [ Sensor Integration ]

Adaptive Learning

Automoto is an advanced dual fuel systems and employ adaptive learning algorithms that continuously adjust the fuel maps and other parameters based on the generator’s behaviour over time, optimizing performance and efficiency as the system gathers more data.

I. [ Adaptive Learning ]

High Flow Gas Injectors

Automoto Dual Fuel kit includes Italian make High Flow gas injectors that delivers the pipe natural gas directly into the engine. The injectors are precisely controlled by the Full Authority Electronic Control Unit to synchronize with the engine’s cycle for efficient combustion.

Sensors

Various sensors are integrated into the Electronic Controller to provide critical engine data. These sensors include temperature, pressure and exhaust sensors. The data from these sensors allows the electronic controller to make real-time adjustments to fuel delivery and air-fuel ratios.

Gas leak detection System

The Gas leak for Dual Fuel system is a critical safety feature to ensure the safe operation of the generator when using both Diesel and Pipe natural gas. Detecting gas leaks promptly can prevent potential accidents and fires. Automoto comes with PESO approved Gas Leak detector that can quickly detect any leaks and trigger alarms. If a leak is detected, these alarms will sound to alert operators. Automoto Dual Fuel system can be equipped with automatic gas shut-off valves to close instantly if a leak is detected, cutting off the gas supply and preventing further leakage.

OBD Panel

The Gas leak for Dual Fuel system is a critical safety feature to ensure the safe operation of the generator when using both Diesel and Pipe natural gas. Detecting gas leaks promptly can prevent potential accidents and fires. Automoto comes with PESO approved Gas Leak detector that can quickly detect any leaks and trigger alarms. If a leak is detected, these alarms will sound to alert operators. Automoto Dual Fuel system can be equipped with automatic gas shut-off valves to close instantly if a leak is detected, cutting off the gas supply and preventing further leakage.

Changeover Switch

Automoto Changeover switch is an essential component and  plays a crucial role in controlling the fuel source and facilitating a smooth transition between the two fuel types. Automoto Switch have light indicators that show the current fuel selection and allows the operator to know at a glance which fuel type is currently in use and indicates in case of malfunction.

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Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) Sensor

The EGT is another important sensor used in Automoto Dual Fuel Systems to monitor the temperature of the exhaust gases. This sensor is placed in the exhaust system, usually near the exhaust manifold or the turbocharger, to measure the temperature of the gases as they exit the engine. The EGT sensor provides real-time feedback to the Electronic controller of the Dual Fuel System. The ECU uses this information to adjust the fuel-air mixture and the timing of fuel injection for optimal engine performance.