Engine Integrated Control System (EICS®)

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Engine Integrated Control System (EICS)
  • An OEM approach to an after-market application
  • Two packages available: performance/efficiency package, optional emissions package (includes catalyst)
  • One unit, three integrated functions - CD Ignition, air/fuel control and electronic governing speed control
  • Pre-calibrated and dyno tested for specific engine models
  • Advanced electronic air-fuel ratio control
  • Lightning fast response to engine speed/load variations and fuel quality changes
  • Murphy’s IntelliSpark Ignition Coils for expanded engine diagnostics and dynamic spark adjustment
  • Graphical color user interface
  • Data sharing via MODBUS RS485
  • Data logging
  • Click here to see a list of Support Engines

Existing EICS customers, please visit our EICS Support Page

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Product Overview: 

Optimizing your engine’s performance and maintaining emission compliance is easier than ever with the Murphy Engine Integrated Control System (EICS). It is a complete integration package pre-calibrated specifically for your engine model.

EICS combines key components - ignition system (powered by FW Murphy’s IntelliSpark® Ignition technology), air/fuel control, speed governing, interface and diagnostics, sensors, harnesses, catalyst and engine control unit (ECU) - in one package, saving you money and man-hours associated with the installation and setup of separate engine components.

The EICS has been pre-configured for your convenience, ensuring your engine will run at optimum performance without the need for manual field adjustments. Its D-EPR valve accommodates wide variations in fuel composition and speed/load ranges, maintaining efficiency with load following technology for even the toughest gas lift applications.

In addition, the EICS eliminates the need for pretest site visits by maintaining emissions - saving you time and money. With EICS you can be certain your site will pass required testing, like Quad J testing, without the need for pretesting to get dialed in.