Designed for the price conscious racer, the Infinity Series 3 incorporates all of the features necessary to run a high performance engine including airflow-based VE tuning for fuel injection control, ignition control, Flex Fuel, knock control, boost control, nitrous control, launch control, traction control and engine protection. The Series 3 is able to communicate with 3rd party dashes and loggers and is AEMnet CANbus enabled to easily communicate with other AEMnet equipped devices. All maps can be password protected. Its latest generation 200MHz processor can process 400 MIPS (Millions of Instructions Per Second).
Air/Fuel Ratio (AFR) feedback is supported by adding external wideband controllers through 0-5V analog inputs or via AEMnet CANbus using AEM’s X-Series Wideband UEGO AFR controllers. An Engine History feature is included that records basic engine operational conditions including Run Time, Peak RPM (overrev), Oil Pressure/Temp Overheat (requires sensors, sold separately) and Lean Condition (Boost/Vacuum vs AFR). All of the parameters of the Engine History feature are user programmable.
Both systems feature a small, thin footprint (7.35” x 6.55” x 1.8”), light weight (29.9oz/848g) and 73-pin connectors. The Infinity Series 3 enclosure is fully sealed and the connectors are IP67 rated (dustproof, waterproof to 1 meter) making the Infinity suitable for engine bay mounting.
AEM offers a flying lead wiring harness for the Infinity Series 3 platform that is 96” in length and pre wired with power, grounds, a power relay, fuse block and AEMnet (PN 30-3707). A Plug & Pin kit (PN 30-3708) is also available for the Series 3 that includes a 73-pin connector with cover, 73 small pins, 1 micro relay with pins and 30 sealing plugs. Plug & Play adapter harnesses willbe available in the near future for seamless conversions on engines using MEFI controllers.
Fuel Injection control via airflow model-based (VE) tuning
Full ignition control
Closed loop AFR feedback
ECU Set Up Wizard simplifies start up
Flex fuel compatible
Multiple boost control strategies
Dual knock sensing circuits
Outputs to 3rd party dashes and data loggers
Integrated engine protection strategies
Sealed enclosure and IP67 rated comms ports