1. Farid Salarian, Vice President of Electronic Production at Crouse Manufacturing Co., said: ECU is one of the most important units of control network in a vehicle which is effective in reducing emissions, optimizing fuel consumption, power and torque and so on.
2. Salarian pointed out the ECU features and reiterated that: This part is adjacent to the car engine and therefore needs to be impenetrable in terms of moisture, it also have to operate normally alongside the car engine heat therefore Silicon is currently used to serve this purpose.
3. Crouse electronics production Vice president mentioned how the silicon was injected into the ECU, saying: "Crouse has begun to build a new machine for ECU insulation to circumvent sanctions; the design and production began about 9 months ago, and using the expertise and experience of the Company's engineers this machine is 100% localized.
4. Salarian explains about the performance of the Silicon injection and screw driving machine and said: The ECU electronic board is mechanically insulated against water and moisture penetration in four sections without human intervention.
International sanctions over the past two years have affected the Iranian car industry, but part manufacturers such as Crouse have localized components like ECU's advanced parts using the expertise and experience of domestic engineers. Now, Crouse has another step in designing and manufacturing a Silicon injection machine to improve the quality of its manufactured ECUs.
Farid Salarian, Vice President of Electronic Production at Crouse Manufacturing Co., mentioned ECU performance and said: "This Component is one of the most important units of control network in a vehicle which is effective in reducing emissions, optimizing fuel consumption, power and torque and so on. It is capable of receiving, analyzing inputs as well as sending commands based on calibrated conditions, in addition to hardware complexity using a special microprocessor (including different layers of software) and multiple input and output circuits, all parts of the 5th generation of this component have been localized by Crouse."
Speaking about the quality of Crouse manufactured ECU comparing with world-renowned brands, Salarian said: "The ECU is produced with particular importance in Crouse and assembling its electronic components are done with the world's best automated lines under the IPC standard most up-to-date methods. In addition, there has been a great deal of investment to validate and maintain ECU quality to carry out its testing and production projects in line with internationally recognized brands."
Crouse Electronics Production Vice President pointed out the ECU features and said: "This unit is adjacent to the car's engine and therefore needs to have moisture-proof properties as well as normal operation alongside the car's engine heat, in order to maintain these two features, boostics are used. In essence, boostics are materials for ECU insulation against water and moisture infiltration, which is critical to engine control and process, but after the cruel US sanctions and problems surrounding it, Silicon is now used instead."
Salarian pointed to how silicon was injected into the ECU: "Crouse has begun building a new machine to circumvent sanctions for ECU insulation; the design and production began about 9 months ago, using the expertise and experience of its engineers with 100% localization."
Crouse Electronics Production Vice President explained the performance of the Silicon Injection and screw driving machine and said: The ECU's electronic board is automatically insulated against water penetration and moisture without human intervention in 4 sections."
On the advantages of insulating ECUs with new machine, Salarian pointed out: "The coefficient of heat, and also endurance against heat and humidity has increased, as well as about 50% savings in electrical energy and the size of the new machine is significantly smaller than the old robot that leaves more space for more machinery and leads to increased production."