Advanced Transmission Units with Better Technology


Modern-day vehicles still offer manual and automatic transmission systems because some customers prefer one over the other. While most vehicles come with automatic transmissions, you can customize it to have a manual one, though many people do prefer automatics because they are easier and more comfortable to drive, as well as more fuel efficient because the transmission can automatically detect the most efficient way for the engine to run. Technology is ever-changing, and transmission control units have also become more technological.

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While you can’t choose an outdated control unit because manufacturers always use the latest technology, you can rest assured that modern control units use precise digital intelligence to determine the ideal operation point for your engine. In fact, processing speeds for modern transmissions are much faster than those used on lunar missions and more.

Conventional Automatics

The conventional or traditional automatic transmission system has a variety of programs stored in its control unit that allows it to shift gears appropriately. Many models have switches that are strategically placed on your steering wheel to allow drivers to shift manually when they desire, which can avoid errors in driving and adds more power to the transmission. Many traditional systems use six gears, though some have nine gears.

Automated Manual

The AMT uses both an automatic and manual transmission, so it offers the best of both worlds. You get the convenience and comfort of an automatic with the ability to control it based on your needs with the manual. The clutch is designed to open while idling and closes when enough energy is generated. You reduce your carbon emissions and save fuel.

Dual-Clutch Automated

The dual-clutch automated transmission uses two separate transmission in the vehicle. One is used for even gear shifting while the other is used for odd gear shifting. Both clutches work simultaneously or within seconds of each other, allowing for precise gear shifting. The complexities of a dual-clutch transmission are only possible with an advanced control system and more powerful processing.

Continuously Variable Transmission

CVT works without using any shifting points, which also eliminates delays in shifting response. Therefore, the driver can accelerate accurately without interruption because the driving force is always available. The car doesn’t have to shift using fixed shifting points, which is a feature that is essential on steep inclines. CVT options are available in North America and Asia and are catching on in other countries, as well.

e-Clutch

The e-Clutch transmission offers the comfort of automated-to-manual transmission in a more cost-effective way. Drivers can shift to the next gear by pressing on the gas pedal; the e-Clutch doesn’t automate the clutch but doesn’t automate the transmission. Instead, the clutch pedal generates an electrical signal, which is sent to the actuator that decouples the clutch. It’s more affordable because it’s not considered a fully automatic transmission, and works well for drivers who are constantly in stop-and-go-traffic.

Along with such, an e-Clutch transmission produces coasting effects, which is also more fuel efficient. It’s only offered on automatic and e-Clutch transmissions. Coasting uses the start-stop functionality, which can help drivers save money on fuel by up to 10 percent. The function allows the engine to shut off at traffic lights; however, with e-Clutch transmissions, the engine can also switch off when the vehicle is moving.

Understanding more about the variety of transmission options can help buyers decide on a transmission that best fits their needs. Along with such, they learn more about them and how they work.

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