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ECU-Instrumentation-Display Commercial Vehicles

ACTIA's system offer is based on electrical control and instrumentation modules, for stand-alone integration in all vehicle architectures. The compliance of these modules with standards is guaranteed by ACTIA's expertise in on-board electronic systems, and by the group's involvement in defining the EBSF (European Bus System of the Future) standards. Being standardised architecture nodes, these modules are also used to construct complete ActiMux multiplexed architectures.

The range of on-board ECUs: Master 25, 68, Power 15, 33 and 66
These modules offer a range of extended performances to support the needs and flexibility required by future vehicle architectures (centralised or distributed). A completely innovative technology that can be used to drive the vehicle's electrical functions with high-precision control. These hardware platforms are compatible with 12V and 24V power supplies. First level diagnostics is integrated into the ECUs (Flash Code LED).

MULTIC: MULTifunction Instrumentation Cluster
Range of instrument panels available in several formats, with numerous customisation options.

The 2nd generation of MULTIC integrates a 32-bit CPU and GPU to manage chassis functions, the vehicle's various communication networks and the MMI.

The application software is developed using the ActiGRAF programme (IEC 61131-3 language and a Graphical User Interface Tool).

Switch modules which can be connected to a CAN J1939 communication network (master Switch Pack module) or a LIN communication network (slave Switch Pack module). By separating the mechanical part (switches) from the electronic platform, these modules offer great flexibility.

master25 MultiC ECU