The efiInterceptor (aka efiMini) is a device which alters the amount of injected fuel for Gasoline (Alcohol, etc …) based Engines. It can be used for Naturally Aspirated as well as Force Charged (Turbo, etc …) type of engines. The base for the adjustment in percent is in form of a 2 dimensional map (TPS / RPM), where the individual steps in both direction, the step count, their values and the data for the adjustment are individually programmable. This allows a total adaptability to any particular engines need (high power, high RPM … high torque, low RPM …).
The efiInterceptor supports individual adjustment-data maps for up to 4 injectors. Input parameters for the fuel adjustment are the TPS signal and the RPM value calculated from the injection pulse period timing.
An exhaust gas O2 wideband sensor input for additional adjustment data to the percent maps is currently being designed and will be included in future firmware releases along with the development of a wbO2 sensor control board.
The design incorporates a high tech 32 bit Arm CPU running at 60 MHz with the firmware being written in a Modular Object-Oriented Concept in C++. This allows for easy adaptability of additional options and features.
We provide a published open interface for the communications and data protocols to allow 3rd parties to write additional software to interface to the efiInterceptor family along with the sensor input and driver output circuitry to provide a better understanding for it’s interconnect ability to the particular engine environment.
A Windows based Control Panel Application provides the programming environment for the device via a USB connection.
A Wireless Connection to the device provides Runtime Data Analysis and Data Logging capabilities and is available with Android, Windows and Linux based Applications written in Java (platform independent).
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Below are some of the various options the efiMini Interceptor can be ordered as … additional accessories are at our efi-Interceptor Accessories page.