The eCompressor is located downstream the turbocharger, parallel to the original connection between the turbocharger and the engine intake.
The electric power provided to the compressor wheel enables a rapid boost pressure increase during transient phases, compensating the slower response time of the turbo-compressor.
48 VDC voltage version
17 kW continuous power
23 kW peak power
The water-cooled electric auxiliary charger is positioned on the cold side of the engine just before the entry to the charge air cooler and achieves a speed of 70,000 rpm and a pressure ratio of 1.45 within 300 ms.
Aluminum-based alloys gravity cast and precision machined technical parts suitable for high mechanical and thermal loading
Garrett in production since 2016
With its CVO (Controlled Valve Operation) system solution for direct injection engines, Bosch has adopted a mechatronic approach that can make a valuable contribution to legal limits for emissions. Unlike conventional open-loop controlled injection, the control unit and high-pressure injectors constitute a closed loop in this setup. The control unit detects the triggering signal for the high-pressure injectors across the entire injection process and determines the timing for opening and closing the valve needles. Thus, the control unit can calculate the actual injection quantities of each injector and make adjustments where necessary. CVO offers an innovative and cost-effective approach to engine optimization.