Mercury2

Engine Control Unit (ECU)
The Mercury2 Engine Control Unit (ECU) or Transmission Control Unit (TCU) is the flagship of our range. It is epoxy filled for ruggedness and reliability. It has the latest technology in short circuit protected drivers to prevent damage during faulty installations. It has many inputs and outputs to control from small to complex engines or transmissions. Simply change the firmware to choose between ECU or TCU.

Orion

Engine Control Unit (ECU)

Orion is the low cost Engine Control Unit (ECU) or Transmission Control Unit (TCU) which replace the whole of our economy range products. With slight changes in some harnesses it is backwards compatible with all the ECU range products. It has negative, positive and coil drivers to cover most applications and reduce costs. It can connect to most sensors found on engines and transmissions. The biggest advantage is that it has a bootloader and firmware can be downloaded with the tuning cable. No special firmware programmer is required.

Mercury Coil Driver

Engine Control Unit (ECU)
The Mercury Coil Driver is a quality high performance spark generator. It comes in 2×2, 4×4 and 6×6 configuration. It is very compact and epoxy filled. The drivers are over-current and over temperature protected in short circuit circumstances. It has a primary cut-off voltage of 360V which will generate around 36kV breakthrough voltage. It can be used with other ECU systems.

Combo Electronic Relay and Coil Driver

Engine Control Unit (ECU)
The Coil Driver / Relay Combo is a combination of the Single Coil Driver & Electronic Relay in the same enclosure. This will reduce cost for distributor applications. The relay can handle 45 Amp and is epoxy sealed. The driver is over-current and over temperature protected in short circuit circumstances. The Coil driver is over-current and over temperature protected in short circuit circumstances. It has a primary cut-off voltage of 360V which will generate around 36kV breakthrough voltage. It can be used with other ECU systems.

Single Coil Driver

Engine Control Unit (ECU)

The Single Coil Driver is a quality high performance spark generator for distributor applications. It is very compact and epoxy filled. The driver is over-current and over temperature protected in short circuit circumstances. It has a primary cut-off voltage of 360V which will generate around 36kV breakthrough voltage. It can be used with other ECU systems.

Electronic Relay

Engine Control Unit (ECU)
The Electronic Relay is the high quality solid state relay. It has no contacts that can burn or foul up. The relay can handle 45 Amp and is epoxy sealed. The driver is over-current and over temperature protected in short circuit circumstances.

Stepper Idle Controller

Engine Control Unit (ECU)
The Mercury Idle Control is designed to control small stepper idle motors. It is used as an add-on to expand the ECU’ outputs. Valve type Idle motors is controlled directly from the ECU.

Firmware Programmer

Engine Control Unit (ECU)
The Firmware Programmer is used to change the programs in the hardware. It connects via a USB cable to a computer. It is also used for firmware upgrades of a product. These programs are unique to each product and they determine how the product should operate.

MAP Sensor

Engine Control Unit (ECU)
The Map Sensor is a manifold intake pressure sensor. This is our low cost quality sensor which comes in 1.1 Bar red and 2.5 Bar black enclosure.

Aluminum MAP Sensor

Engine Control Unit (ECU)
The Aluminum Map Sensor is a manifold intake pressure sensor. This is our high quality sensor which comes in 1.1 Bar, 2.5 Bar. 3 Bar and 4 Bar version.

USB Communication Cable

Engine Control Unit (ECU)
The USB Communication Cable is used to connect Spitronics products to the Galaxy Tuning Software. The electronics in the cable consist of the USB to UART converter as well as isolation devices. This cable will protect the laptop during high voltage interference. This cable requires drivers to be installed to operate. They can be downloaded from the Spitronics website.

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