Aeromotive - TVS Brushless Fuel Pump Controller (18047)
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Aeromotive’s True Variable Speed Controller offers the advantages of built-in pump speed control via a dedicated 0-5V analog DC input signal. The Controller capitalizes on our existing brushless technology by reducing fuel flow during low engine demand and decreasing an already low current draw, therefore minimizing both motor heat the introduction of environmental via reduced fuel recycling. This product is not legal for sale or use on emission-controlled vehicles except when used as a direct replacement part matching OEM specifications.
P/N 18047 TVS Brushless Fuel Pump Controller
Upgrades standard Brushless Pumps to True Variable
- TVS (True Variable Speed) Retrofit Controller for all 3.5-gpm and 5.0-gpm Aeromotive Brushless Gear Pumps.
Integral, True Variable Speed motor controller reduces pump speed during low-load, light throttle operation, keeping fuel cooler while enhancing reliability.
- TVS controllers are not compatible with OEM pulse modulated fuel pump drivers (FPDM) or legacy Aeromotive fuel pump speed controllers (FPSC). An analog 0-5 VDC signal, such as that from a TPS or MAP sensor required for True Variable Speed operation.
- Upgrade standard Brushless A1000’s & Eliminators built after January 2020. Be sure to check the build date on the bottom of the pump sleeve. The first four digits are month and year, for example 0120 would be January 2020.
- This product is not legal for sale or use on emission-controlled vehicles except when used as a direct replacement part matching OEM specifications.
Aeromotive’s Inegral, True Variable Speed (TVS) Brushless Motor Controller features built-in pump speed control via a dedicated 0-5 volt DC analog input. The TVS Controller capitalizes on our brushless motor technology by reducing fuel flow and dropping already low current draw during low engine demand, minimizing the introduction of both motor and environmental heat.