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Although engine control modules (ECM) had the highest revenue share among all segments at about $X million in 2012, electronic unit injectors (EUI) and electronic turbo actuators (ETA) are likely to experience the highest growth rate at X% andX% CAGR respectively.
Chapters cover injector nozzle and spray technologies and their impact on emissions, common rail fuel injection equipment, hydraulic electronic unit injectors, unit injectors and unit pumps, and current application issues.
Under the bonnet is a gutsy Td5 turbo diesel engine, featuring a high-pressure electronic unit injector, which helps the Defender pile on the power.
Under the bonnet is a Td5 turbo diesel engine, featuring a high-pressure Electronic Unit Injector (EUI), which helps the Defender pile on the power.
The award is part of the company's "Achieving Excellence" program and was awarded to Delphi for excellence in supplying both electronic unit injectors (EUI) and wiring harnesses in Europe.
The E3, which will be on display at the show, is the world's first electronic unit injector to provide variable injection rates.
The system will include Delphi's new diesel E3 Electronic Unit Injector along with the Electronic Control Unit and engine management software.
The EMS systems will consist of Delphi's new E3 Electronic Unit Injector (EUI), along with the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) and engine management software.