Along with more and more dynamic development of the automotive industry the rampant growth of many other markets cooperating with manufacturers of modern cars is observed. One of such markets is undoubtedly the electromechanical sector that offers more and new solutions of various controllers, applications, sensor, modules and many other products that facilitate operation of your vehicle and driving. BSI (Built in Systems Interface), as a very intelligent management system is one of the most important and increasingly improved and continuously expanded by adding new functions. One of its main task and its chief role is to ensure proper grouping of a number of various functions regarding operation and adequate control of your vehicle.
BSI / Fuse Control Unit
Vehicles equipped with BSI Control Unit are moderner solutions than slightly older vehicles with individual modules. BSI Control Unit being a contemporary car operation and control centre for gathering and appropriate processing of various data related to the engine and power transmission as well as many other subassemblies used in your vehicle. Contemporary BSI system significantly simplifies various electrical connections. Typically, the use of a single wire allows transfer of many very important data related to some subassemblies in the vehicle.
BSI Control Unit is equipped with its own memory and processor and its appearance resembles a typical car fuse box. The central unit is most often installed beneath the dashboard. Its function is to provide proper communication with other vehicle systems by mentioned wire connections and so call VAN/CAN network connections. It serves also as an interface between various sensors on your vehicle and is used as a car dignostic tool.