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B o s c h Mo t o r s p o r t F I AF o r mu l a 3 S i n g l e s y s t e ma d a p t a t i o n

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System Overview
System Description................................................................................................ 5 Basic System Overview ......................................................................................... 9 Motronic MS 3.1................................................................................................... 10 Software Functions MS 3.1.................................................................................. 12

Engine Equipment
Rotary Potentiometer RP 86................................................................................ 14 Rotary Potentiometer RP 100.............................................................................. 15 Inductive Speed Sensor IA-C .............................................................................. 16 Speed Sensor HA-P ............................................................................................ 17 Lambda Sensor LSU 4.2 ..................................................................................... 18 Temperature Sensor NTC M12-H........................................................................ 21 Temperature Sensor NTC M12-L ........................................................................ 23 Thermocouple Probe TCP-NF ............................................................................. 25 Absolute Pressure Sensor PSA-C ....................................................................... 27 Absolute Pressure Sensor PSA-BF..................................................................... 28 Absolute Pressure Sensor PSS........................................................................... 29 Injection Valve EV 12........................................................................................... 32 Fuel Pressure Regulator Mini 50 ......................................................................... 33 Single Fire Coil P ................................................................................................. 34 Relay 25 A ........................................................................................................... 35

Chassis Equipment
Rotary Potentiometer RP 308.............................................................................. 37 Absolute Pressure Sensor PSS........................................................................... 38 Absolute Pressure Sensor PSS-250R................................................................. 39 Linear Potentiometer LP 75F............................................................................... 42 Linear Potentiometer LP 100F............................................................................. 43 Gear Potentiometer ............................................................................................. 44 CardMemory C40 Plus + CAN............................................................................. 45

Application Tools
Application Equipment Overview ......................................................................... 48 KIC 2 .................................................................................................................... 49 MSA-Box.............................................................................................................. 50 Modas .................................................................................................................. 51 Potiboard POP..................................................................................................... 52 WinDarab ............................................................................................................. 53

Sales terms and conditions Sales terms and conditions for motorsport products Offer drawings

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System Description
Engine Control Sensors Actuators Set-up and Calibration Data Logger Lap Marker Beacon System Data Evaluation Display

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System Overview The MS 3.1 engine control unit is designed to provide sophisticated control capabilities in a cost-effective package. The ECU itself is based on the latest Bosch production unit, being the first ECU designed in full hybrid technology. This offers the benefits of compact size and suitability for use in extreme environments, qualities very much appreciated in motor sport applications. Even the ignition drive stages are integrated within the unit. The ECU is manufactured on the BOSCH production site in Reutlingen, Germany. This ensures high quality control, identical specification for all pieces and short term availability. Additionally a spare part delivery time of at least seven years after end of production is guaranteed. The complete on car system would comprise the MS3.1 ECU, Card Memory data logging unit and steering-wheel mounted display, interfaced via a CAN bus. Where appropriate we have selected Bosch production sensors and actuators to enhance the cost-effectiveness of the package. Other parts have been specially developed for motor sport applications to provide improved reliability and performance in the racing environment. A special version of ECU firmware is used to provide the security, monitoring and tracking features required by the FIA. The Windows based application tool MODAS was also modified to incorporate only the features and access levels required. As a world-wide organisation we can provide spare parts and technical support to the engine builders, teams and series scrutineers via our local branch offices.

Engine Control
MS 3.1's control functions are state of the art and proven in GT 3 and Formula 3. Physically based structure and ambient conditions corrections reduce the need for trackside tuning during the event to a minimum. Closed loop Lambda control using the latest Bosch wide band Lambda sensor is included as is a powerful closed loop knock control using up to two acoustic knock sensors helping to prevent expensive engine damage even during changeable ambient conditions or poor fuel quality. Sophisticated input and output self diagnostics help identify sensor, actuator or wiring faults.

Sensors
Engine speed sensing is exclusively performed according to the well-tried method using an inductive sensor in combination with 60-2 tooth trigger wheel for crankshaft angle and a hall sensor for cylinder 1 recognition at camshaft. Requirements are shown in the appendix. Load determination is carried out via a single throttle position sensor. Modifications for a backup signal from a redundant sensor could be made. Temperature measurement is carried out using Bosch series production parts. These are NTC sensors except exhaust temperature, which uses a thermocouple with integrated amplifier. Pressure measurement is realised with amplified sensors.

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Actuators
The engine actuators have been selected from the extensive range of Bosch series production parts. The injectors can be supplied in a range of flow rates and spray angles to suit the engine characteristics. The ignition coils are prepared with steel spring contacts for improved reliability during repeated installation. They can be mounted either on top of the spark plug or remotely depending on the plug well dimensions.

Set-up and Calibration


Teams are able to use MODAS for calibrating initial parameters for data logging (e.g. length of lap), carrying out released engine parameter tuning (e.g. ignition angle offset) or helping to provide engine diagnostics capability in the absence of the engine technician. The connection to the ECU is made by means of a USB cable, replacing the previous LPT version. This allows connection to the ECU with new laptops which dont have LPT ports anymore. Security and privacy features are implemented within the ECU as they were in the past seven years in order to meet the requirements detailed in the tender, thus providing optimal security and tracking features as wished by the series scrutineers. Modifications could of course be made after consultation with the FIA about the needed changes.

Data Logger
Card Memory is the data acquisition component (logger) that interfaces to the MS 3.1, providing a data logging capability for any of the engine channels and for a range of chassis channels. Data is recorded by the logger on a removable Memory Card. This provides very high memory capacities (up to 512 MB) at a very economical cost. There is the added benefit that there is no lengthy data transfer time from the car to the PC, the memory card is simply removed from the car and inserted into the PC card slot, a fresh memory card can be replaced into the Card Memory ready for the next session. Engine data including corresponding sensor inputs are transferred from ECU to the Card Memory via CAN. Accordingly the maximum sampling rate is related to the calculation process in ECU (ignition synchronous, 10 ms grid...). Chassis data such as damper travel potentiometers, which are sampled via analogue logger inputs, may be recorded with 200 Hz. However, lower sampling rates for ECU and chassis data can be individually selected by the user in order to reduce memory expense. Lap marker beacon and both front wheel speed sensors (Hall Effect) are measured by the ECU and transferred via CAN to the logger. Damper travel, steering angle and gear potentiometers are equipped with military connectors providing improved durability during car rebuilds.

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Lap Marker Beacon System


The lap marker beacon uses coded infrared transmitter with 16 channels and car mounted receiver. Section time measuring is also possible with additional transmitters. During official events we would suggest to use a single transmitter for all teams.

Data Evaluation
Data is archived and analysed with WinDarab, this is a comprehensive Windows based software tool that provides data analysis functions to both the team and engine builder. An optional user-defined partition of memory allows the team and engine builder to have separate acquisition tables each recording parameters of interest, sharing channels where appropriate. The separate data files can be archived and analysed independently. WinDarab includes also capabilities for the configuration of the logger via Memory Card (selection of channels, sampling rates ...) and for chassis sensor calibration. A free version of WinDarab with the required features for basic data analysis will be offered to the teams, giving them the possibility to analyse data without having to buy the formula 3 version. A special, cost optimised expert version has also been made for Formula 3 using a read-in dongle for technical reasons, but giving the possibility for data analysing on a various number of PCs. Upgrades from old versions of WinDarab to this special version will also be free.

Display
The DDU 5 is a light and compact, steering wheel mounted dashboard unit. It is equipped with a high contrast colour display. Up to 6 customized display configurations can be programmed to suit individual customer requirements. All illuminated components are dimmable.

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Basic System Overview


Application tool Control unit MS 3.1 Evaluation tool

MODAS Dashboard

WinDARAB Data logging

KIC 2 (INCA) / MSA Box (MODAS)


DDU 5

Laptrigger

Card Memory

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Ignition coils Injectors Fuel pump Throttle position sensor Camshaft sensor Crankshaft sensor Lambda sensor Knock sensor Intake air temperature sensor Water temperature sensor Oil temperature sensor Fuel pressure sensor Fuel pressure regulator Oil pressure sensor Ambient air pressure sensor Crankcase pressure sensor Fuel temperature sensor Exhaust temperature sensor Wheel speed sensor

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Motronic MS 3.1
The MS 3.1 is the first Bosch engine management system in full hybrid technique and for engines up to 6 cylinders. Two independent circuits are available for vibration knock detection and knock control. Injection time, injection end timing and ignition timing are calculated from basic maps and can be corrected by different engine parameters. Also two closed loop wide range lambda circuits are available. Various engine parameters can be measured with different input channels and transferred via CAN interface to an optional flash card data logger.
Functionality Engine management system for 4- and 6-cylinder engines Sequential fuel injection Ignition timing Lambda control Knock control Fuel cut off Component diagnosis Electronic data In general 2 microcontrollers with 16 bit organisation calculation capacity 20 MIPS Inputs 2 lambda LSU4 interfaces 3 analogous inputs 0 5 V for water temperature, oil temperature, intake air temperature 3 analogous inputs 0 5 V for oil pressure, fuel pressure, ambient pressure 1 analogous input 0 5 V for throttle position sensor 1 digital input for lap trigger 1 digital input for wheel speed sensor 1 input for inductive crankshaft sensor 1 input for hall camshaft sensor 2 knock sensor interfaces Outputs 6 injection power stages with diagnosis interface 2 high current power stages (8 A) with diagnosis interface for LSU heating 6 ignition power stages Sensors supply output 5 V/100 mA Separate supply output for throttle position sensor 5 V/100 mA 2 power stages (1 A) for main relay and fuel pump relay control

Mechanical data Extremely small and flat aluminium pressure casting housing Connectors with high pin density Extremely shock and vibration proof hybrid technology Four housing fixation points Size 120 x 90 x 40 mm Weight 250 g Waterproofing IP59K

Conditions for use ECU temperature -40 125C Max. power consumption 10 W at 14 V Max. vibration 50 g sinus at 20 Hz 2 kHz for t < 5 h

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Communication interfaces 1 CAN interface 1 K-Line interface Cable harness connectors Order numbers:

D 261 205 139 D 261 205 140

Necessary equipment KIC2-standard connector (INCA) KIC2-diagnosis connector with ignition bridge (INCA) KIC2-diagnosis connector without ignition bridge (INCA) MSA-Box (MODAS)

B 261 206 859 B 261 206 866 B 261 206 867 B 261 208 015

Order numbers MS 3.1 Rev. B incl. Modas for notebook

F 01T A20 064

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Software Functions MS 3.1


Injection timing Sequential fuel injection Injection end timing as a function of engine charge and engine revolution 3 basic lambda maps as a function of engine charge and engine revolution, selectable by a dashboard switch Correction of injection time during engine operation as a function of cylinder number, air temperature, water temperature and ambient pressure Engine start parameter for injection time as a function of water temperature, number of ignitions after first crankshaft rotation and revolution Post start and warm up enrichment Acceleration enrichment Fuel cut off as a function of throttle position and engine revolution Fuel cutin algorithm Lambda control 1 independant circuit for wide range lambda control Lambda closed loop control with adaptation

Speed limitation Engine speed limitation by ignition timing and fuel cut coordinated by torque control

Gear control Gear shift function by torque control with fuel cut off and ignition retard

Knock control Knock detection operated by vibration measuring Knock detection limits as a function of cylinder number and revolution Closed loop knock control with adaptation maps for steady-state and transient operation

Lap functions Lap time and lap distance Time comparison Main and section timing

Ignition timing Basic ignition angle map as a function of engine charge and engine revolution Correction of ignition angle during engine operation as a function of cylinder number, air-, water temperature, ambient pressure Engine start parameter for ignition angle as a function of water temperature, ambient temperature and revolution

Additionals Complete engine data acquisition via CAN with an external Card Memory Self diagnosis functions for input and output channels with limp home functionality Gear detection Lifetime memory Fuel consumption calculation 4 wheelspeeds via CAN

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Engine Equipment

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Rotary Potentiometer RP 86
Possible range: 86 This sensor is designed to measure rotational movement, especially throttle positions. Each sensor is individually lasercalibrated.

Mechanical data Mounting Length Mech. range Max. rotation speed Tightening torque Weight Life expectancy

2 x M4 160 300 mm < 86 120 x 1/min 1,5 2,5 Nm 60 g 5 > 2 x 10 rotations

Electronic data Nominal resistance Resistance tolerance Non-linearity Repetitive accuracy Temp. coefficient Max. power supply Usual power supply

2,5 k 20 % 0,9 % 0,01 % < 5 ppm/C 42 V 5V

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

-40 130C 40 g/5 Hz 2 kHz

Connector Cable harness connector

D 261 205 334

Order number Offer drawing 0 280 122 016 A 280 121 252

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Rotary Potentiometer RP 100


Possible range: 100 This sensor is designed to measure rotational movement. Each sensor is individually laser-calibrated. It is manufactured in a DR-25 sleeve, various connector options are available.

Mechanical data Mounting Length Mech. range Max. rotation speed Tightening torque Weight Lifetime

2 x M4 160 300 mm 360 120 x 1/min 0,5 Nm 60 g 5 > 50 x 10 rotations

Electronic data Nominal resistance Resistance tolerance Non-linearity Repetitive accuracy Temp. coefficient Max. power supply Usual power supply

3 k 20 % 0,9 % 0,01 % < 5 ppm/C 42 V 5V

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

-20 150C 40 g/5 Hz 2 kHz

Order numbers ASL 6-06-05PA-HE Offer drawing

B 261 209 127 A 261 209 127

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Inductive Speed Sensor IA-C


This sensor is designed for incremental measurement of revolutions at engine applications.

Mechanical data Magnetic pole Fixing Length Tightening torque Weight Installation depth

round M6 x 12 510 mm 8 Nm 80 g 24 mm

Electronic data Resistance Inductance

860 /20 10 % 370 60 mH/1 kHz

Connector Cable harness connector

D 261 205 334

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

Order number -40 130C 80 g/max. 80 h Offer drawing 0 261 210 136 A 265 461 845

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Speed Sensor HA-P


This sensor is designed for incremental measurement of revolutions and angles at engine and chassis applications.

Mechanical data Fixing Drill hole Max. distance Tightening torque Weight Installation dimensions

M6 18 mm 1,52 mm 6 Nm 70 g 30 mm

Electronic data Power supply Input current Signal output (active) Output current

4,5 24 V 10 mA typ., 20 mA max. 0,4 V max. 20 mA max.

Connector Cable harness connector

D 261 205 335

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration Air gap

-30 130C 100 g/10 Hz 2 kHz max. 1,5 mm

Order number Offer drawing 0 232 103 037 A 232 090 314

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Lambda Sensor LSU 4.2


The wide-band lambda sensor LSU 4.2 is a planar ZrO2 dual cell limiting current sensor with integrated heater. It is used to measure the oxygen content and the lambda value of engine exhaust gases. Its output signal in the range of lambda = 0,7 to air makes the LSU capable to be used as an universal sensor for lambda = 1 measurement as well as for other lambda ranges. The connector module carries a trimming resistor, which defines the characteristics of the sensor and is necessary for the sensor function. The wide band sensor LSU operates only in conjunction with a special control unit.
Mechanical data Length incl. cable Thread Tightening torque Wrench size Weight Vibration Electronic data Heater supply voltage 9V Heater power 10 W Sensor element ZrO2 (Zirconium-Oxide-Ceramic) Lambda measuring range 0,70

460 mm/600 mm M18 x 1,5 60 Nm 22 mm 120 g 30 g/5 Hz 2 kHz

Connector Cable harness connector

D 261 205 138

Fuel additives In accordance with DIN EN 228 for commercially available unleaded fuel.

Temperature ranges Exhaust gas at sensor element Hexagon of the sensor housing Cable grommet (PTFE formed house) -Sensor side -Cable side Cable and protection sleeve Connector

850C < 570C < 250C < 200C < 250C < 120C

Order numbers L: 460 mm L: 600 mm Offer drawing

0 258 006 066 0 258 006 065 A 258 400 021

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Installation instructions The Lambda sensor should be installed at a point which permits the measurement of a representative exhaust-gas mixture, and which does not exceed the maximum permissible temperature. The sensor is screwed into a mating thread and tightened with 50 60 Nm. Install at a point where the gas is as hot as possible. Observe the maximum permissible temperatures. As far as possible install the sensor vertically, whereby the electrical connections should point upwards. The sensor is not to be fitted near to the exhaust outlet so that the influence of the outside air can be ruled out. The exhaust-gas passage opposite the sensor must be free of leaks in order to avoid the effects of leak-air. Protect the sensor against condensation water. The sensor body must be ventilated from the outside in order to avoid overheating. The sensor is not to be painted, nor is wax to be applied or any other forms of treatment. Only the recommended grease is to be used for lubricating the threads. The sensor receives the reference air through the connection cable. This means that the connector must be clean and dry. Contact spray, and anti-corrosion agents etc. are forbidden. The connection cable must not be soldered. It must only be crimped, clamped, or secured by screws.

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Knock Sensor KS-P


This sensor is designed to measure the structure borne noise resulted from irregular engine combustion. The robust sensor is suitable for use under extreme conditions.
Mechanical data Thread M8 x 30 (aluminium engine block) M8 x 25 (cast iron engine block) Weight 48 g Tightening torque 15 25 Nm Mounting position random Electronic data Main resonance frequency Impedance R: C Measuring range Sensitivity at 5 kHz Range of frequency

> 20 kHz > 1M 1100 300 pF 0,1 400 g 26 8 mV/g 1 20 kHz

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration, constant Vibration, short

-40 150C 80 g 400 g

Connector Cable harness connector

D 261 205 337

Order number Offer drawing 0 261 231 120 A 261 230 170

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Temperature Sensor NTC M12-H


Temperature range: -40 150C A shockproof sensor for measurements under pressure up to 25 bar. Good thermal conductivity allows fast response temperature measurement. The integrated connector provides a low-cost connection for automotive applications. General fields of application: oil-, fuel-, water temperature measurement.
Mechanical data Thread Tightening torque Wrench size Weight Electronic data Nominal resistance Measuring range Accuracy Response time 90 %

M12 x 1,5 18 Nm 19 mm 30 g

2,5 k/20C -40 +150C 1,5 K < 10 s

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

-40 150C 30 g/5 250 Hz

Connector Cable harness connector

D 261 205 337

Order number Characteristic NTC 2,5 k Offer drawing 0 281 002 170 A 280 130 110

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C -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60

R() 45 313 34 281 26 114 20 003 15 462 12 002 9 397 7 415 5 896 4 712 3 792 3 069 2 500 2 057 1 707 1 412 1 175 987,6 833,9 702,8 595,5

C 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160

R() 508,3 435,7 374,2 322,5 279,6 243,2 212,7 186,6 163,8 144,2 127,3 112,7 100,2 89,30 79,65 71,20 63,86 57,41 51,82 46,88

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Temperature Sensor NTC M12-L


Temperature range: -30 130C A shockproof sensor for measurements under pressure up to 25 bar. Good thermal conductivity allows fast response temperature measurement. The integrated connector provides a low-cost connection for automotive applications. General fields of application: oil-, fuel-, air temperature measurement
Mechanical data Thread Tightening torque Wrench size Weight Electronic data Nominal resistance Measuring range Accuracy Response time 90 %

M12 x 1,5 15 Nm 19 mm 26 g

2,5 k/20C -30 130C 1,5 K < 10 s

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

-30 130C 60 g/50 250 Hz

Connector Cable harness connector

D 261 205 288

Order number Characteristic NTC 2,5 k Offer drawing 0 280 130 039 A 280 130 206

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C -40 -35 -30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60

R() 45 313 34 281 26 114 20 003 15 462 12 002 9 397 7 415 5 896 4 712 3 792 3 069 2 500 2 057 1 707 1 412 1 175 987,6 833,9 702,8 595,5

C 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 155 160

R() 508,3 435,7 374,2 322,5 279,6 243,2 212,7 186,6 163,8 144,2 127,3 112,7 100,2 89,30 79,65 71,20 63,86 57,41 51,82 46,88

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Thermocouple Probe TCP-NF


Measuring range: -40 1000C A flexible N-type thermocouple for measuring of exhaust-gas temperatures. TCP-NF is used in FIA F3 since 2005.

Mechanical data Thread Tightening torque Wrench size Length Weight

M12 x 1 15 Nm 17 mm 630 mm 60 g

Electronic data Power supply Full scale output Thermocouple Measuring range Response time:

12 V 0,5 4,5 V NiCrSi-NiSi -40 1100C 33 s

Conditions for use Vibration

80 g/5 500 Hz

Connector D 261 205 357 Order numbers

Characteristic DIN IEC 584

Offer drawing

B 261 209 821_01 A 261 209 821

Design TCP-NF

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Input C -40 0 100 200 300 400 500

Output mV 372 485 790 1135 1513 1912 2327

Input C 600 700 800 900 1000 1100

Output mV 2752 3183 3615 4046 4473 4845

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Absolute Pressure Sensor PSA-C


Pressure range: 0,2 1,05 / 2,5 bar nominal A piezoresistive pressure sensor for ambient air pressure measurement.

Mechanical data Measurement transducer Max. pressure Thread Weight

piezoresistive 5 bar M6 40 g

Electronic data Power supply Full scale output Time of reaction Max. current Resistance

4,75 5,25 V 0,4 4,65 V 10 ms (90%) < 12,5 mA > 50 k

Conditions for use Temperature range Max. temp. of location Max. vibration

-40 125C 130C 15 g /30 200 Hz

Connector Cable harness connector

D 261 205 289

Characteristic 0,2 1,05 bar: Sensitivity Offset 0,2 2,5 bar: Sensitivity Offset

5000 mV/bar -600 mV 1532 mV/bar 724 mV

Order numbers 0,2 1,05 bar: 0,2 2,5 bar: Offer drawing

0 261 230 037 0 281 002 389 A 261 260 143

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Absolute Pressure Sensor PSA-BF


Pressure range: 0,1 1,15 / 0,2 2,5 bar nominal A piezoresistive pressure sensor modified for precision air pressure measurement, especially air box pressure. It is manufactured in a DR-25 sleeve, various connector options are available.

Mechanical data Max. pressure Fitting Weight Sealing

5 bar 11,85 mm 45 g O-ring 7,59 x 2,62

Conditions for use Temperature range -40 125C Max. temp. of location 130C 2 Max. vibration 120 m/sec at 10 1500 Hz

Electronic data Power supply Full range output Compensated range Accuracy of measurement Output resistance Max. current Order numbers 0,1 1,15 bar: ASL 6-06-05PC-HE Offer drawing 0,2 2,5 bar: ASL 6-06-05PC-HE Offer drawing

4,75 5,25 V 0,4 4,65 V 10 85 C 16 mbar 10 k 12,5 mA

0 261 230 052 A 261 260 163 0 281 002 510 A 261 260 163

Characteristic 0,1 1,15 bar: Sensitivity Offset 0,2 2,5 bar: Sensitivity Offset

4047 mV/bar -4,3 mV 1848 mV/bar 30 mV

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Absolute Pressure Sensor PSS


Pressure range: 0 10 / 100 / 250 bar nominal A M10 x 1 pressure sensor for measuring various fluid pressure. Gauge and absolute pressure sensors are available.

Mechanical data Measurement transducer Max. pressure Thread Tightening torque Wrench size Weight Sealing Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

piezoresistive 2 x nominal M10 x 1 10 Nm 17 mm 65 g O-ring 7,65 x 1,63

Electronic data Power supply Compensated range Current supply Non linearity Therm. zero point drift Therm. sensitivity drift Long time drift Full scale output Time of reaction

5 6 V/ 8 16 V 20 85C 8 16 mA 1% <1% <1% <1% 0,5 4,5 V 1 ms (90%)

-40 125C 15 g/30 200 Hz

Characteristic Sensitivity 10 bar 100 bar 250bar Offset 10 bar 100 bar 250 bar

400mV/bar 40 mV/bar 16 mV/bar 100 mV 460 mV 484 mV

Order numbers 5 6 V supply, 10 bar Offer drawing 8 16 V supply, 10 bar Offer drawing 5 6 V supply, 100 bar Offer drawing 8 16 V supply, 250 bar Offer drawing

B 261 209 341 A 261 209 341 B 261 209 064 A 261 209 064 B 261 209 347 A 261 209 347 B 261 209 067 A 261 209 067

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Injection Valve EV 6
The development of the EV 6 tooks into account all the essential functional requirements which originate from injector operation in multipoint electronic fuel injection systems (EFI). This resulted in: low weight, dry solenoid winding, plastic encapsulation, finely matched flow-rate classes, good valveseat sealing, excellent hot-start capabilities, close tolerances of the specified functional values, high level of corrosion resistance and long service life.
Mechanical data System pressure Weight Conditions for use Fuel input axial (top-feed) Operating temperature -40 ... 110C Permissible fuel temperatures 70C Climate proofness corresponds to saline fog test DIN 53 167

max. 8 bar 45,8 g

Electrical data Solenoid resistance Max. power supply

e.g. 12 16 V

Technical data Part numbers 0 280 155 737 B 280 431 126 B 280 431 127 0 280 156 012 B 280 431 129 B 280 431 130 B 280 431 131 B 280 434 499-02

Design Long Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard

Fuel type Gasoline Gasoline Gasoline Gasoline Gasoline Gasoline Gasoline Gasoline

Spray type C C C C C C C C

Flow rate at 3 bar (N-Heptan) 261,2 g/min 261,2 g/min 261,2 g/min 310,1 g/min 364,3 g/min 493,1 g/min 493,1 g/min 658 g/min

Spray angle 15 25 70 20 70 25 70 25

Impedance 12 12 12 12 12 1,2 1,2 12

Please request the availability before ordering. Alternatively you can order one of our EV 14 injection valves. Please refer to our data sheet of EV 14.

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Injection Valve EV 12
The EV 12 injector is a development based on the EV 6. Its main feature is the fact that the position of its injection point can be varied. Compared with the EV 6, the EV 12 injection point can be moved forward up to 20 mm.

Mechanical data System pressure Weight

max. 8 bar 40 g

Electronic data Solenoid resistance Max. power supply

Conditions for use Fuel input axial (top-feed) Operating temperatures -40 ... 110C Permissible fuel temperatures 70C Climate proofness corresponds to saline fog test DIN 53 167

e.g. 12 16 V

Technical data Order numbers

Design

Type E E

0 280 155 892 Medium 0 280 155 897 Medium

Flow rate at 3 bar (N-Heptan) 269 g/min 15 217 g/min 15

Spray 7 7

angle 10 10

270 270

Impedance 12 12

Further special versions on request

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Fuel Pressure Regulator Mini 50


Pressure range: 5,0 bar

Mechanical data Supply Reflow

4 mm, tube connector 9,15 mm, O-ring

Description Sheet steel housing with manifold connection

Order number Offer drawing B 280 550 113 A 280 550 058

Erledigung durch Kunden Effect by customer


O-Ringe leicht mit sauberem Motorenl einlen Oil O-rings lightly with clean engine oil Nach der Montage an Kraftstoffzuteiler ist Dichtheitsprfung durchzufhren Leaktest after installation Bei Ausbau und Wiederverwendung des Druckreglers mssen die O-Ringe berprft werden When the pressure regulator is removed and will be reused, the O-rings must be checked Betrieb des Druckreglers mit Luft ist unzulssig Operation with air is not allowed

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Single Fire Coil P


This coil is low cost concept for cylinder head installation.

Electronic data High voltage I prim. (stand.) Inductivity (prim.) Inductivity (sec.) Resistance (prim.) Resistance (sec.) Spark energy U prim. (clamp.) Voltage gradient

35 kV 8,5 A 2,8 mH 16 H 0,37 8,8 k 45 ... 55 mJ 260 V 1,6 kV/s

Mechanical data Weight Vibration

260 g 40 g/5 Hz ... 2 kHz

Connector Cable harness connector

D 261 205 334

Order number Offer drawing B 261 208 315 A 221 152 139

Conditions for use Temperature range

-40 ... 140C

Dwell time (ms) Ubatt 8V 10 V 12 V 14 V 16 V

4A 2,90 2,00 1,65 1,35 1,10

5A 4,00 2,70 2,10 1,75 1,40

6A 5,50 3,50 2,65 2,15 1,75

7A 7,80 4,40 3,17 2,55 2,05

8A 5,20 3,52 2,90 2,35

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Relay 25 A
A miniature DC-contactor for electrical power control. The rated current is 25 A for secondary power distribution with high inrush current like hydraulic- and fuel motor loads. The base part allows a quick change of the relay.

Mechanical data Drill hole Weight

3,1 mm 61 g

Electronic data Supply voltage Max. current Min. switches

12 ... 14,5 V 25 A 20 000

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration Shock

-30 125C 30 g/70 Hz ... 3 kHz 100 g (11 ms)

Order numbers Relay Offer drawing Base Offer drawing

Y 261 A20 597 Y 261 A25 338 Y 261 A20 598 Y 261 A25 338

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Chassis Equipment

Rotary Potentiometer RP 308


Possible range: 308 This sensor is designed to measure rotational movement. Each sensor is individually laser-calibrated. It is manufactured in a DR-25 sleeve, various connector options are available.

Mechanical data Mounting Length Mech. range Max. rotation speed Tightening torque Weight Lifetime

2 x M4 160 300 mm 360 120 x 1/min 0,5 Nm 60 g > 50 x 105 rotations

Electronic data Nominal resistance Resistance tolerance Non-linearity Repetitive accuracy Temp. coefficient Max. power supply Usual power supply

5 k 20 % 0,9 % 0,01 % < 5 ppm/C 42 V 5V

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

-20 150C 40 g/5 Hz 2 kHz

Order numbers KPSE 6E8-33P DN Offer drawing

B 261 209 115 A 261 209 115

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Absolute Pressure Sensor PSS


Pressure range: 0 10 / 100 / 250 bar nominal A M10 x 1 pressure sensor for measuring various fluid pressure. Gauge and absolute pressure sensors are available.

Mechanical data Measurement transducer Max. pressure Thread Tightening torque Wrench size Weight Sealing Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

piezoresistive 2 x nominal M10 x 1 10 Nm 17 mm 65 g O-ring 7,65 x 1,63

Electronic data Power supply Compensated range Current supply Non linearity Therm. zero point drift Therm. sensitivity drift Long time drift Full scale output Time of reaction

5 6 V/ 8 16 V 20 85C 8 16 mA 1% <1% <1% <1% 0,5 4,5 V 1 ms (90%)

-40 125C 15 g/30 200 Hz

Characteristic Sensitivity 10 bar 100 bar 250bar Offset 10 bar 100 bar 250 bar

400mV/bar 40 mV/bar 16 mV/bar 100 mV 460 mV 484 mV

Order numbers 5 6 V supply, 10 bar Offer drawing 8 16 V supply, 10 bar Offer drawing 5 6 V supply, 100 bar Offer drawing 8 16 V supply, 250 bar Offer drawing

B 261 209 341 A 261 209 341 B 261 209 064 A 261 209 064 B 261 209 347 A 261 209 347 B 261 209 067 A 261 209 067

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Absolute Pressure Sensor PSS-250R


Pressure range: 0 250 bar nominal A M10 x 1 pressure sensor for measuring various fluid pressure. Gauge and absolute pressure sensors are available.

Mechanical data Measurement transducer Max. pressure Thread Tightening torque Wrench size Weight Sealing Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

piezoresistive 2 x nominal M10 x 1 15 Nm 17 mm 45 g O-ring 7,65 x 1,63

Electronic data Power supply Compensated range Current supply Full scale output Time of reaction

4,75 5,25 V 0 90 C 8 mA 0,5 4,5 V 1,5 ms (90%)

-40 125 C (140 C) 10 g/10 2000 Hz

Order number 4,75 5,25 V Offer drawing

B 261 209 965 A 261 209 965

Characteristic Sensitivity 250bar Offset 250 bar

16 mV/bar 500 mV

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Accelerometer AM 600
These accelerometers are available to measure up to three axes in a single, robust package. With reference to its fitting position, longitudinal, transversal and horizontal acceleration up to 4,5 g can be measured. Manufactured in DR-25 sleeve; various connector options available.

Mechanical data Weight 2 axes 3 axes Length Measuring range Overload Dimensions 2 axes 3 axes Fixing Tightening torque

30 g 50 g 150 1000 mm 4,5 g 600 g 24 x 27 x 13,5 mm 24 x 27 x 29,8 mm 2 x M3 2 Nm

Electronic data Supply voltage Max. supply voltage Signal output Supply current Max. current Tolerance of sensitivity Non-linearity of sensitivity

5 V DC 6 V DC 2,5 V = 0 g; 440 mV/g 7 mA 12 mA 3% 2%

Connector Cable harness connector

ASL 6-06-05PA-HE

Conditions for use Temperature range

-40 85C

Characteristic Offset x, y, z Sensitivity x, y, z

2,5 V at 0 g 440 mV/g

Order numbers 2 axes Offer drawing 3 axes Offer drawing

B 261 209 311 A 261 209 311 B 261 209 313 A 261 209 313

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Linear Potentiometer LP 10
Possible mechanical range: 10 mm This sensor is designed to measure stabilizer movement. It is manufactured in a DR-25 sleeve. Various connector options are available.

Mechanical data Mounting Cable length Weight

2 x M3 150 1000 mm 70 g

Conditions for use Temperature range

Electronic data Nominal resistance Max. current Non-linearity Usual power supply Power consumption

1 k 20 % 1 mA 1% 5V 0,3 W

-25 75C Order number KPSE 6E8-33P-DN Offer drawing B 261 209 535 A 261 209 535

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Linear Potentiometer LP 75F


Possible mechanical range: 75 mm This sensor is designed to measure gear position, throttle position or suspension movement. It is manufactured in a DR-25 sleeve, various connector options are available. Optionally a protective sleeve for the telescopic shaft can be ordered.

Mechanical data Cable length L Min. length L1 Possible mech. range L2 Mounting Sealing Max. shaft velocity Weight

150 1000 mm 220 mm 79 mm 2 x M5 O-ring shaft seal 10 m/sec 52 g

Electronic data Nominal resistance Max. current Non-linearity Usual power supply Max. power supply

3 k < 1 mA 0,15 % 5V 47 V

Conditions for use Temperature range

Order numbers KPSE 6E8-33P-DN Offer drawing

B 261 209 852 A 261 209 852

-30 100C

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Linear Potentiometer LP 100F


Possible mechanical range: 100 mm This sensor is designed to measure gear position, throttle position or suspension movement. It is manufactured in a DR-25 sleeve, various connector options are available. Optionally a protective sleeve for the telescopic shaft can be ordered.

Mechanical data Cable length L Min. length L1 Possible mech. range L2 Mounting Sealing Max. shaft velocity Weight

150 1000 mm 244 mm 104 mm 2 x M5 O-ring shaft seal 10 m/sec 62 g

Electronic data Nominal resistance Max. current Non-linearity Usual power supply Max. power supply

4 k < 1 mA 0,15 % 5V 74 V

Conditions for use Temperature range

Order numbers KPSE 6E8-33P-DN Offer drawing

B 261 209 853 A 261 209 853

-30 100C

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Gear Potentiometer
Possible range: 308 This sensor is designed to measure rotational movement. Each sensor is individually laser-calibrated. It is manufactured in a DR-25 sleeve, various connector options are available.

Mechanical data Mounting Length Mech. range Max. rotation speed Tightening torque Weight Lifetime

2 x M4 160 300 mm 360 120 x 1/min 0,5 Nm 60 g > 50 x 105 rotations

Electronic data Nominal resistance Resistance tolerance Non-linearity Repetitive accuracy Temp. coefficient Max. power supply Usual power supply

5 k 20 % 0,9 % 0,01 % < 5 ppm/C 42 V 5V

Conditions for use Temperature range Vibration

-20 150C 40 g/5 Hz 2 kHz

Order numbers KPSE 6E8-3AP-DN Offer drawing

B 261 209 585 A 261 209 585

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CardMemory C40 Plus + CAN


The CardMemory is a device used for data acquisition. The shown model C40 Plus is developed to read in 15 analogous signals. The measured data are stored on a compact flash card.

Mechanical data Flexible housing fixation points Connector with 40 pins Size 150 x 90 x 22 mm Weight 330 g

Conditions for use ECU temperature -40 75C Max. power consumption 7 W at 14 V Max. vibration 15 g sinus at 20 Hz 2 kHz for t < 5 h

Options 15 analogous inputs with 10 bit resolution and 5 ms sample rate time 1 inductive crankshaft sensor interface Sensor supply outputs 5 V/100 mA 10 V/100 mA Calibration functions are realised with an additional software tool Connector Cable harness connector C40 Plus AS0-14-35 SN

Cable harness Electrical data 1 microcontroller with 16 bit organisation 1 CAN interface Real time clock Non volatile flash card memory Total calculation capacity approximately 10 MIPS B 261 209 450

Order numbers C40 Plus incl. chassis adjust

B 261 206 880

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Laptrigger IR-02
This laptrigger system consists of an infrared transmitter station and a receiver installed in the car. The system allows an exact laptime measurement. Section time measurement for comparison of different car setups is also available if several transmitters are used. Notice: our old laptrigger IR is not compatible with IR-02. If both laptriggers are used at the same time, the transmitters have to be positioned with a minimum distance of 5 m.
Mechanical data IR-02-Receiver Size Weight Aluminium housing IR-02-Transmitter Size with diode Weight Electrical data IR-02-Receiver Frequency codes Supply voltage Output voltage IR-02-Transmitter Frequency codes Supply voltage Conditions for use Working range 15 m Ambient temperature -25 70 C Same height between receiver and transmitter Visibility connection between receiver and transmitter Avoid direct exposure to sunlight

42 x 20 x 10 mm 39 g

16 8 16 V 5V 16 plus 16 offset codes for section times 8 16 V

90 x 40 x 28 mm 124 g

Part numbers IR-02-Receiver KPSE 6E8 3AP DN A34 ASL-6-06-05PD-HE KPTA 6E6-4P-C-DN IR-02-Transmitter

B 261 206 884-01 B 261 206 887 B 261 206 888-01 B 261 206 890-01

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Application Tools

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Application Equipment Overview


Data modification Application tools

INCA / MODAS

Potiboard

Data transfer via K-Line/KIC 2 or MSA Box

Engine management Control unit

Data transfer via CAN

Indirect data download via flash card CardMemory Evaluation tool WinDarab

Data analysing

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KIC 2
(K-Line Interface Compact) KIC 2 is part of the INCA module family. Within this family, the KIC 2 is the low cost unit for PC-supported application on the serial diagnosis interface of an ECU. KIC 2 is coupled to the PC via the parallel printer interface. This ensures a powerful and universal link to all common PCs. The coupling to the ECU is effected via the Kline of the diagnosis interface. The functionality of KIC 2 is essentially determined by the operating programs of the PC.
Details Compact design Fully suitable for motor vehicle use Power supply through the connection to the ECU from board mains with galvanic separation All inputs and outputs to the PC galvanically separated Firmware update possible via PC According to ISO 9141-2 for diagnosis tester Up to 250 kBaud transfer rate Plug suitable for motor vehicles (VS 20) Protocols: McMess, KP 2000, Keyword 71 Electronic data Input voltage Power consumption Power consumption in stand by Processor Flash Eprom Centronics Iinterface Temperature range Control P-module output Output voltage Quantisation Resolution

6 ... 30 V typ. 1 W at 13,5 V 30 mW at 13,5 V P 87C520, 12 kByte 2 x 48 kByte 40 g/5Hz ... 2kHz -30 ... 70C 0 ... 4,096 V V=1,0 mV 12 bit

Mechanical data Size

17 x 60 x 78 mm

Order numbers KIC 2, standard connector KIC 2, diagnosis connector with ignition bridge KIC 2, diagnosis connector without ignition bridge

B 261 206 859 B 261 206 866

B 261 206 867

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MSA-Box
(K-Line / CAN Interface) The MSA-Box is the low cost unit for PCsupported application with MODAS on KLine or CAN interface of an ECU. The MSA-Box is coupled to the PC via the USB interface. This ensures a powerful and universal link to all common PCs. The coupling to the ECU is effected via K-Line or CAN of the diagnosis interface.

Mechanical data Size Diagnosis cable length USB cable length

84 x 33 x 20 mm 0,5 m 2m

Conditions for use Temperature range

0 ... 70C

Electronic data Input voltage (vehicle side) 8 ... 32 V Power consumption (powered from USB) typ. 0,5 W Processor ATMEL AT91SAM7X256 Flash Eprom 256 kByte RAM 64 kByte USB USB 2.0, full speed (12 Mbit/s) K-Line 300 Bd ... up to 320 kBd CAN 10 kBit/s ... 1 MBit/s

Details Compact design Fully suitable for motor vehicle use Power supply through the connection to the ECU from board mains with galvanic separation All inputs and outputs to the PC galvanically separated According to ISO 9141-2 for diagnosis tester Up to 300 kBaud transfer rate (K-Line) and up to 1 MBit/s transfer rate (CAN) Plug suitable for motor vehicles (VS 20) Protocols: KWP 2000, CCP

Order number B 261 208 015

Operating system Windows 2000 Windows XP

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Modas
Modas is a software tool for measuring and calibrating defined engine values and curves. It is specially designed for race track use. Developing Modas we set great store by easy handling and quick access to the ECU.

General functions Online measurement and calibration Universal use for different ECUs Modas facilitates operating and working in by using the Windows standard. In the office Modas is controlled by mouse or menue. If Modas is used in a mobile way a fast grip is possible by keyboard and shortcuts.

Required hardware components: PC: IBM PC/AT compatible, 586 processor or higher, 166 MHz Approx. 64 Mbyte of RAM Approx. 30 Mbyte harddisc space VGA monitor Operating systems: Windows 98, 2000, NT and XP

Performance description Modas is a combination of Project (Data) management: Visualisation, processing and management of calibration, measurement and documentation data Programming system: Programming and management of calibration data Calibration system: Visualisation and manipulation of parameters (Calibration data) Diagnosis system: Visualisation, processing, documentation and evaluation of diagnosis data

Order number B 261 206 441

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Potiboard POP
(Parameter Operating Panel) POP is part of the INCA module family. It is designed for online mapping on dyno supporting the INCA calibration function. POP is coupled to the PC via serial link on the SMB bus.

Details Robust design External power supply Modification of calibration data by potentiometer operation 4 potentiometers, individual assignment to 4 characteristic values (fixed values, characteristic lines or maps) Additive or multiplicative modification selectable POP configuration saved together with the INCA display

Order number B 261 206 428

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WinDarab
Data Recording, Analysing and Influencing WinDarab is an evaluation tool for monitoring and analysing of logged data. It is Windows-based and specially designed for motorsport use. Depending on the functionality the software is available in two different versions, WinDarab-Light and WinDarab-Expert. For selection of monitored data channels and setting of sample rates the integrated configuration tool WinDCP is used.

Data evaluation Auto load and auto store Adjustable axis: time or distance Direct read in of memory data without reader Graphic display of all measured and stored channels Various displays available (analogous and digital) Number of displays available Various display set-ups selectable and storable Laptrigger signal included

Functions Min/max-calculations Histograms Mathematical functions Filter functions incl. FFT x/y-plots

Data comparison Calculation of differences lap by lap

Functionality Creating of race tracks Several segments adjustable for each race track Lap reports and lap comparison Inform displays Data extract and export

Order numbers WinDarab-Light incl. Configuration tool WinDCP WinDarab-Formula 3 incl. Configuration tool WinDCP Upgrade WinDarab V4 to V6 WinDarab V5 to V6

Free B 261 206 434

Free Free

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Sales terms and conditions

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General Terms and Conditions of Delivery


For use in legal transactions with entrepreneurs, public law legal entities and public law special funds. 1. 1.1 General Provisions Only the following Terms and Conditions shall govern our deliveries. Terms and conditions opposing or deviating from our Terms and Conditions shall not apply unless we have expressly approved the application thereof. The following conditions shall also apply if, notwithstanding our knowledge of terms and conditions of the customer opposing or deviating from our Terms and Conditions, we unconditionally perform delivery to the customer. Oral agreements before or at the time when the contract was concluded shall require written confirmation by us to be effective. If the customer fails to accept our quotation within two weeks of receipt thereof, we shall be entitled to cancel. Cost estimates are not binding and subject to charge except as otherwise expressly agreed. These Terms and Conditions shall also govern all future deliveries to the customer pending the entry into effect of our new terms and conditions of delivery. Prices Invoices shall be calculated on the basis of the list prices in effect on the date of delivery plus value-added tax. Valueadded tax will not be charged only in those cases where the conditions have been met for export shipments to be exempted from such tax. In the absence of any special agreement, prices shall be deemed to be ex works (Incoterms 2000) excluding packaging. We reserve the right to adjust our prices appropriately in the event of cost reductions or increases incurred after the contract has been entered into, in particular in case of wage cost changes, for instance due to collective bargaining agreements, or changes in the price of materials. Upon request we shall evidence such changes to the customer. Spare parts and products which have been repaired shall be shipped against a reasonable flat rate charge for shipping and packaging plus the charge for the service rendered by us, except where this is covered by liability for defects. Delivery, Delivery Dates, Default The precondition for the commencement of and compliance with delivery dates agreed upon is that the collaboration duties shall have been performed by the customer, in particular the timely delivery of the entire materials, documentation, approvals, examinations and clearances to be provided by the customer and the compliance with payment terms agreed upon. If these preconditions are not duly met in good time, the delivery dates shall be reasonably extended; this shall not apply if the supplier is solely responsible for the delay. If non-compliance with the delivery date is due to force majeure or to other disturbances beyond our control e.g. war, terrorist attacks, import or export restrictions, labour disputes, including such disturbances affecting subcontractors, the delivery dates agreed upon shall be extended appropriately. If we are in default with our delivery, the customer shall declare upon our request and within a reasonable period of time whether it insists upon performance of delivery or asserts its other statutory rights.

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In case of delayed delivery, the customer may rescind the contract within the framework of statutory provisions only insofar as we are responsible for the delay. Clause 9 applies to claims to damages by the customer on account of delayed delivery. If, at the customers request, shipment or delivery of the goods is delayed for longer than one month after notification that the goods are ready for shipment, the customer can be charged for storage in an amount of 0.5 % of the price of the products for delivery for each calendar month of storage commenced, but not exceeding an aggregate amount of 5 % of the price of the products for delivery. The contracting parties reserve the right to prove higher or lower storage costs. The right to raise further claims on account of a delayed acceptance shall remain unaffected hereby. Part shipments and corresponding invoices are admissible unless this is an unreasonable hardship for the customer. Transfer of Risk Delivery is effected ex works (Incoterms 2000) except as expressly otherwise agreed. At the customers request and cost we shall insure shipments against customary transport risks. Complaints and Notification of Defects The customer must notify us in writing immediately, no later than 15 days after receipt of the goods, of any recognisable defects. Adhesive labels on the boxes, labels showing the contents and the control slips enclosed with the shipment shall be submitted to us together with the notification of the defect. Any other defects must be notified by the customer in writing immediately after discovery thereof. The date of receipt by us of notification of a defect shall determine whether or not notification is in good time. If the notification of a defect is unjustified we shall be entitled to demand compensation from the customer for any expenses we have incurred. Claims on account of defects shall be excluded if the notification of the defect is not received in good time. Taking Delivery The customer may not refuse to take delivery on account of minor defects. Defects/Defects of Title Claims on account of defects shall become time-barred after a period of 12 months. The foregoing provision shall not apply insofar as longer time bar periods are prescribed by statute pursuant to Section 438 para 1 (2) (building constructions and goods for building constructions), Section 479 para 1 (claim to recourse) and Section 634a (construction defects) German Civil Code [BGB]. If a defect arises during the time bar period the cause of which already existed on the date of transfer of risk, we may effect subsequent performance at our discretion either by remedying the defect or delivering a defect-free product. The time bar does not start to run again as a result of the subsequent performance. If subsequent performance should be abortive, the customer may without prejudice to any claims to damages rescind the contract or reduce the amount of payment in accordance with statutory provisions. Claims by the customer on account of expenditure required for the purpose of subsequent performance, in particular costs of transport, transportation, labour and materials, shall be gov-

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erned by statutory provisions. They shall, however, be excluded insofar as such expenditure is increased due to the fact that the product delivered was subsequently taken to a place other than the branch operation of the customer unless such removal is in accordance with the designated use of the product. 7.6 Claims on account of defects do not exist in case of merely inconsiderable deviation from the quality agreed upon or in case of only minor impairment to the use of the product. 7.7 The following are not deemed to be defects: - ordinary wear and tear; - characteristics of the product and damage caused after the date of transfer of risk due to improper handling, storage or erection, non-compliance with installation or handling regulations or to excessive strain or use; - characteristics of the product or damage caused by force majeure, special external circumstances not foreseen under the terms of the contract or due to the use of the product beyond normal use or the use provided for under the terms of the contract; - non-reproducible software errors. Claims on account of defects do not exist if the product is modified by third parties or due to the installation of parts manufactured by third parties unless the defect has no causal connection with the modification. We assume no liability for the quality of the product based on the design or choice of material insofar as the customer stipulated the design or material. 7.8 Claims to recourse against us by the customer shall only exist insofar as the customer has not reached any agreements with its customer which are more far-reaching than statutory claims on account of defects, for instance accommodation agreements. 7.9 Claims on account of defects including claims to recourse by the customer shall be excluded insofar as the customer has had the defect remedied by a specialised workshop/service station not authorised by us. 7.10 Clauses 7.3, 7.6, 7.7 shall not apply insofar as our product was proved to be sold by the customer or customer of the customer to a consumer without being processed or installed into another product. 7.11 Our obligation to pay damages and to compensate for abortive expenditure within the meaning of Section 284 BGB on account of defects shall be governed by clause 9 in all other respects. Any further-reaching claims or claims by the customer on account of defects other than those covered by this clause 7 are excluded. 7.12 The provisions of this clause 7 shall apply mutatis mutandis to defects of title which are not constituted by the infringement of third party industrial property rights. 8. 8.1 Industrial Property Rights and Copyright We shall not be liable for claims arising from an infringement of third party intellectual or industrial property rights or copyright (hereinafter: industrial property right) if the industrial property right is or was owned by the customer or by an enterprise in which the customer holds, directly or indirectly, a majority of the shares or voting rights. We shall not be liable for claims arising from an infringement of third party industrial property rights unless at least one industrial property right from the property right family has been published either by the European Patent Office or in one of the following countries: Federal Republic of Germany, France, Great Britain, Austria or the USA. The customer must notify us immediately of (alleged) infringements of industrial property rights and of risks of infringement in this respect which become known and, at our request insofar as possible allow us to conduct the litigation (including non-judicial proceedings).

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We are entitled, at our discretion, to obtain a right of use for a product infringing an industrial property right, to modify it so that it no longer infringes the industrial property right or to replace it by an equivalent substitute product which no longer infringes the industrial property right. If this is not possible subject to reasonable conditions or within a reasonable period of time, the customer shall insofar as the customer allowed us to carry out a modification be entitled to the statutory rights of rescission. Subject to the aforementioned preconditions we too shall have a right of rescission. The ruling set forth in clause 7.9 shall apply accordingly. We reserve the right to carry out the action at our disposal under the terms of sentence one of this clause 8.4 even if the infringement of the industrial property right has not been ruled on by a court of law with res judicata effect or recognised by us. Claims by the customer are excluded insofar as the customer is responsible for the infringement of the industrial property right or if the customer has not supported us to a reasonable extent in the defence against claims by third parties. Claims by the customer are also excluded if the products were manufactured in accordance with the specifications or instructions of the customer or if the (alleged) infringement of the industrial property right ensues from the use in conjunction with another product not stemming from us or if the products are used in a manner which we were unable to foresee. Our obligation to pay damages in case of infringements of industrial property rights is governed by clause 9 in all other respects. Clauses 7.1 and 7.2 apply mutatis mutandis to the time bar for claims based on infringements of industrial property rights. Further-reaching claims or claims other than those claims of the customer governed by this clause 8 on account of an infringement of third party industrial property rights are excluded. Claims to Damages We are liable to pay damages and compensation of abortive expenditure within the meaning of Section 284 BGB (hereinafter referred to as damages) on account of a violation of contractual and non-contractual obligations only in case of (i) intent or gross negligence, (ii) in case of negligent or deliberate fatal injury, physical injury or injury to health, (iii) on account of assuming a quality guarantee, (iv) in case of a negligent or deliberate breach of material contractual duties, (v) on account of compulsory statutory liability pursuant to the German Product Liability Act or (vi) on account of any other compulsory liability. The damages for a breach of material contractual duties are, however, limited to foreseeable damage, typical for the type of contract, except in the event of intent or gross negligence or on account of fatal injury, physical injury or injury to health or on account of assuming a quality guarantee. No change to the burden of proof to the detriment of the customer is connected with the aforementioned rulings.

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10. Retention of Title 10.1 We retain title to the products delivered pending full performance of all claims to which we are entitled on the basis of the business relationship now and in future. 10.2 The customer is entitled to process our products or connect them with other products within the due course of the customers business. By way of security for our claims set forth in clause 10.1 above we shall acquire joint ownership in the products created as a result of such processing or connection.

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The customer hereby transfers such joint ownership to us now already. As an ancillary contractual obligation the customer shall store free of charge the goods to which we have retained title. The amount of our joint ownership share shall be determined by the ratio between the value of our product and the value of the product created by processing or connection at the time of such processing or connection. The customer shall be entitled to sell the products in the normal course of business against cash payment or subject to retention of title. The customer assigns to us now already all claims in full together with all ancillary rights to which the customer is entitled from the further sale of our product, irrespective of whether our product has been further processed or not. The assigned claims act as security for our claims set forth in clause 10.1 above. The customer is entitled to collect the claims assigned. We may revoke the rights of the customer as set forth in this clause 10.3 if the customer fails to duly comply with its contractual duties with respect to us, in particular if the customer is in default in payment. These rights shall also lapse without any express revocation if the customer suspends payments for more than a merely temporary period. At our request the customer shall advise us immediately in writing of the parties to whom the products to which we have retained title or joint title have been sold and of the claims to which the customer is entitled on the basis of such sale and shall issue to us deeds officially authenticated at the customers expense relating to the assignment of the claims. The customer is not entitled to effect any other disposals of the products to which we have retained title or joint title or of the claims assigned to us. The customer must notify us immediately of any attachments of or other impairments to the rights of products or claims belonging to us either in whole or in part. The customer shall bear the entire costs which have to be expended in order to cancel the attachment of our retained property or security by third parties and to re-create the product insofar as it is impossible to retrieve it from the third parties. In case of default in payment or any other culpable violation of material contractual obligations by the customer we have the right to demand the return of products to which we have retained title or in which we hold an equitable lien. If we make use of such right, this shall only constitute rescission of the contract if we expressly declare that the contract is being rescinded. If the customer files a petition for insolvency proceedings to be commenced we are entitled to rescind the contract and demand the immediate return of the goods delivered. If the value of the security existing for us exceeds the amount of our claims by a total of over 10 %, we shall release security to this extent at our discretion at the customers request.

tions for industrial property rights such as patents, utility models, semiconductor protection etc.). 12. Payment Terms 12.1 Except as otherwise agreed in writing, payment shall be effected within 30 days of the invoice date without any deductions whatsoever. We may also, however, make delivery conditional upon contemporaneous payment (for instance cash on delivery or bank direct debiting service) or on pre-payment. 12.2 We are entitled to offset payments made against the oldest claim due. 12.3 In case of delayed payment we are entitled to charge default interest amounting to 8 % above the base interest rate. The right to assert a claim on account of further damage is not excluded. 12.4 Payment by bill of exchange is only admissible following prior agreement with us. We only accept bills of exchange and cheques on account of performance and they shall not be deemed to constitute payment until honoured. 12.5 If the customer is in arrears in payment we shall be entitled to demand immediate cash payment of all claims arising from the business relationship which are due and against which there is no defence. This right shall not be barred by a deferral of payment or by the acceptance of bills of exchange or cheques. 12.6 The customer shall only have the right to withhold payments or to offset counter claims insofar as the customers counter claims are undisputed or ruled with res judicata effect by a court of law. 13. Miscellaneous 13.1 If one of the provisions of these Terms and Conditions and the further contracts reached should be or become ineffective, this shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the Terms and Conditions. The contracting parties are obliged to replace the ineffective provision by a ruling approximating most closely the economic success intended by the ineffective provision. 13.2 The courts of Stuttgart or, at our discretion, if the customer is, - a registered merchant or - has no general domestic place of jurisdiction or - has moved its domicile or normal place of abode abroad after entering into the contract or if its domicile or normal place of abode is unknown, the courts with jurisdiction at the registered office of the operating facility carrying out the order, shall have jurisdiction and venue. We are also entitled to take legal action at the court having jurisdiction at the registered office or a branch office of the customer. 13.3 All legal relationships between us and the customer shall be exclusively bound by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany excluding the rules on the conflict of laws and the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods (CISG). Warenkauf (CISG).

11. Confidentiality 11.1 All of the business and technical information stemming from us (including characteristics which can be deduced from goods or software delivered and other knowledge or experience) shall be kept secret with respect to third parties if and as long as such information is not proven to be public knowledge or determined by us to be resold by the customer and it may only be made available to those persons within the customers own operation who necessarily have to be included in the use thereof and who are also committed to secrecy; the information shall remain our exclusive property. Without our prior written consent such information may not be duplicated or commercially used. At our request all information stemming from us (including, if applicable, any copies or duplicates prepared) and goods made available on loan must be returned to us immediately in full or destroyed. 11.2 We reserve all rights to the information mentioned in clause 11.1 above (including copyright and the right to file applica-

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Scope of validity
1.1 The following conditions are valid for the supply of various products to be used by our customers (Buyer) in motor sport vehicles, including mass products for road vehicles out of serial production, modifications thereof and products especially developed and designed in accordance with the customers specifications; Buyer hereby acknowledges that mass products for road vehicles are not designed to meet all of the requirements and demands of motor racing. Buyer further acknowledges that modified mass products or products specially developed and designed in accordance with Buyers specifications cannot be tested to the same degreeas mass products for road vehicles and that production is not in every case conducted in accordance with well-known and secured processes;

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Territorial validity
The above provisions shall apply irrespective of where the products delivered by us are used.

Use of products
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Buyer undertakes to use the products only in the realm of motor racing and not in general road traffic. We assume no responsibility for the admissibility of these various products in public general road traffic. Should a product be used in public general road traffic, we will grant no warranty or liability whatsoever for damages/injuries incurred.

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Warranty
4.1 Warranty covers, at our option, replacement or repair of the defective product, in case a defective product has been delivered. Any further claims on the part of the Buyer - irrespective of the legal grounds - are excluded. Insofar as modified mass products out of serial production or specially designed products be concerned, we shall not assume any warranty that such products display the features - particularly for use in motor racing - requested and/or expected by Buyer.

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Liability
In the event that a third party be injured as a result of a defective product (error in design, production or instruction), Buyer shall indemnify and hold us harmless from and against any resulting third-party claims - irrespective of the legal grounds for such claims -, including any costs necessary for legal defense.

Effectiveness
In the event that any provision hereof be or becomes invalid, the validity of the remaining provisions shall not be affected thereby. Any invalid provision shall be replaced by that valid provision which most closely corresponds to the original intention or economic purpose of the invalid provision.

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