Engine start-stop technology


Release time:

2023-10-30

As the name implies, the engine start-stop system is to automatically turn off the engine when the vehicle is temporarily stopped (for example, waiting for a red light) while the vehicle is running. When it is necessary to move on, the system automatically restarts a set of systems of the engine. For models equipped with automatic transmissions, the automatic start-stop system works as follows: As long as you directly step on the brake pedal while driving, the engine will automatically turn off after about two seconds after the vehicle is completely stopped. If you keep stepping on the brake pedal, the engine will remain off. As soon as the brake is released or the steering wheel is turned, the engine will automatically ignite again, and the accelerator can be started immediately again, and the whole process is in the D gear state. In order to solve the problem of being too tired from stepping on the brake, as long as the AUTOHOLD electronic handbrake is also turned on, the engine will only be lightly stepped on the accelerator in the Mercedes-Benz car) After starting the board, the right foot does not need to be kept on the brake. Or vibrating The engine start-stop system is the most rapidly developed automotive environmental technology in recent years, especially suitable for stop-and-go urban road conditions. It is estimated that by 2012, 50% of newly launched cars in Europe will be equipped with a start-stop system. According to reports, this system can achieve 15% fuel-saving capacity under urban conditions. The working principle of engine start-stop technology The working principle of the start-stop system is when the vehicle stops due to congestion or intersection. The driver depresses the brake pedal, stops and picks up gear. At this time, the Start/St op system automatically detects: the engine is idling and not in gear: the wheel speed sensor of the anti-locking system shows zero; the electronic battery sensor shows that there is enough energy for the next start. After these three conditions are met, the engine automatically stops rotating. When the signal light turns green, the driver steps on the off-stage device, and then can start the "start stopper" and quickly start the engine. The driver engages in gear and steps on the accelerator, and the vehicle starts quickly. With the support of high-efficiency battery technology and corresponding engine management procedures, the start-stop system can also work normally at lower temperatures, and can be activated after a short warm-up process. Instructions: As long as you directly step on the brake pedal while driving, the engine will automatically turn off after about two seconds after the vehicle is completely stopped. If you keep stepping on the brake pedal, the engine will remain off. As soon as the brake is released or the steering wheel is turned, the engine will automatically ignite again, and the accelerator can be started immediately again, and the whole process is in the D gear state.

Engine start-stop technology

As the name implies, the engine start-stop system is to automatically turn off the engine when the vehicle is temporarily stopped (for example, waiting for a red light) while the vehicle is running. When it is necessary to move on, the system automatically restarts a set of systems of the engine.

For models equipped with automatic transmissions, the automatic start-stop system works as follows:
As long as you directly step on the brake pedal while driving, the engine will automatically turn off after about two seconds after the vehicle is completely stopped. If you keep stepping on the brake pedal, the engine will remain off. As soon as the brake is released or the steering wheel is turned, the engine will automatically ignite again, and the accelerator can be started immediately again, and the whole process is in the D gear state.
In order to solve the problem of being too tired from stepping on the brake, as long as the AUTOHOLD electronic handbrake is also turned on, the engine will only be lightly stepped on the accelerator in the Mercedes-Benz car)
After starting the board, the right foot does not need to be kept on the brake.
Or vibrating

The engine start-stop system is the most rapidly developed automotive environmental technology in recent years, especially suitable for stop-and-go urban road conditions. It is estimated that by 2012, 50% of newly launched cars in Europe will be equipped with a start-stop system. According to reports, this system can achieve 15% fuel-saving capacity under urban conditions.
The working principle of engine start-stop technology
The working principle of the start-stop system is when the vehicle stops due to congestion or intersection. The driver depresses the brake pedal, stops and picks up gear. At this time, the Start/St op system automatically detects: the engine is idling and not in gear: the wheel speed sensor of the anti-locking system shows zero; the electronic battery sensor shows that there is enough energy for the next start. After these three conditions are met, the engine automatically stops rotating.
When the signal light turns green, the driver steps on the off-stage device, and then can start the "start stopper" and quickly start the engine. The driver engages in gear and steps on the accelerator, and the vehicle starts quickly. With the support of high-efficiency battery technology and corresponding engine management procedures, the start-stop system can also work normally at lower temperatures, and can be activated after a short warm-up process.

Instructions:

As long as you directly step on the brake pedal while driving, the engine will automatically turn off after about two seconds after the vehicle is completely stopped. If you keep stepping on the brake pedal, the engine will remain off. As soon as the brake is released or the steering wheel is turned, the engine will automatically ignite again, and the accelerator can be started immediately again, and the whole process is in the D gear state.