11-04-2013 05:27 PM
11-04-2013 04:15 PM
Did I say "EIS"??? Maybe I need to make it clearer, the ADEM control (Advanced Diesel Engine Management) control came out in production as a "C" version, with an access door and replaceable EEPROM., and was used in diesel engine applications. The "D" ADEM come out as a field flashable controller with no memory chip external access, used primarily in 3500 diesels, with additional engine families following. With the introduction of the ADEM 3 (the "Diesel" got dropped and it became ADvanced Engine Management Control) and was applied to many gas engine platforms as well, also used as a transmission shift control, hydraulics control, and just about anything else E&E needed to use as a controlling platform. Now it has progressed to the ADEM 4, used on both gas and diesel engine families, and other applications as well.
There is no single A&I guide for the ECM's in general, as I said before, there are a number of special instructions published for ADEM controls applied to specific applications. A fairly broad general description of some of the ECM's is contained in LEBW4981 Diesel Engine Control Systems.
11-04-2013 02:53 PM
Which one? There are a number of ADEM controls on many engines. There are quite a few Special Instructions for ADEM controls as applied to specific engine families, such as A3 on G3500 engines, so need to know what you are looking for more specific.
Regards, Mike L.