Motec Dbw4 With Autosport Connector on 2040-parts.com
Bethpage, New York, United States
This has been sitting around never used so might as well sell it.
Also included is the necessary Autosport connector.
The Drive by Wire expander (DBW4) provides four configurable motor drives that can be used to control drive by wire throttles.
The connected ECU sends the required motor positions to the DBW4 via CAN. The DBW4 controls the motor position using a PID algorithm, which can be tuned using the DBW4 Manager software.
drive by wire throttle position is monitored with two separate sensors
to ensure that a false position reading does not cause inadvertent
opening of the throttle. If the reported positions from these two
sensors does not agree, the throttle is shut down.
The device is configured using the DBW4 Manager software. To connect the device to a PC running the software, a communication cable is required. For the DBW4 a CAN cable must be used.
- 8 x analogue voltage inputs, used for the motor position sensors
- 4 pairs of servo motor drive outputs (full bridge)
- 1 x CAN, for configuration and connection to the ECU
- Case size 99 x 105 x 40 mm
- Weight 320 gram
- 1 x 66 pin Autosport connector
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