PMU16 AutoSport Power Management Unit
|14 x 25A(cont.), 2 x 40A(cont.) with overcurrent and overheating protection||16 inputs, 10 Bit resolution, 0-5V (protected), with software selectable 10K Ohm pullup and pulldowns|
|Total current output 200A continuous
||CAN Keypads 2 x ECUMaster keypads (4, 8, 12 keys)
|Output current control step 100mA
||1 x MotTex/RaceGrade|
|Dedicated output with wiper braking feature
||1 x Grayhill|
|Monitored 5V, 500mA output for powering external sensors
The ECUMaster brand has quickly become popular for delivering excellent value and performance. This ethos was noticed by high caliber motorsport customers and OEMs, which created a need for motorsport grade products. We would like to introduce the new PMU16 AS, a motorsport grade power distribution module built for the most demanding customers and applications.
The PMU16 Autosport Version is designed for demanding customers and installations where reliability and robustness are top priorities. Autosport connectors represent the highest quality connector available, and are the standard for professional motorsports and aerospace industries. The battery connection utilizes a Radlok™ connector rated to 200 amps that can be disconnected without the need for any tools. The output connector is a custom 18 pin, 12 gauge connector designed and manufactured specifically for Ecumaster. The unit features an IP65 environmental protection rating, permitting its use in the harshest of conditions, including dusty and wet environments.
Compared to the standard PMU16, 6 low side outputs have been added and are rated at 2 amps per channel. 14 of the main output channels are rated at 25 amps, with two output channels rated at 40 amps. As always with Ecumaster products, mating connectors and terminals are included at no extra cost, which represents a substantial savings and saves the hassle of ordering separate components.
PMU16 AutoSport Device
Two Autosport Connectors with Terminals
Radlok™ connector for power input
Laminated Pinout Card
USB to CAN Adapter (you may use a Peak PCAN or Kvaser CAN cable, but one of these three USB to CAN interfaces must be used to program the device)
CAN Keyboard (mechanical switches may be connected to any of the 16 analog inputs, but CAN keyboards add functionality to the PMU16)