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ECU

abbreviation for environmental control unit.

environmental control unit

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ECU

An electronic device that remotely controls home climate (e.g., heating, air conditioning), security (e.g., lighting, door locks, drapes), and communication devices (telephone, television). ECUs are often, but not exclusively, used by persons with functional limitations.
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Is the ECU flexible enough to be modified and tailored to individual needs?
I found ECU impressive for its speed and ease of use.
In 2013, Econocaribe, one of the largest Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers in the USA, became part of ECU Lines family.
Run the ECU too long in this condition and you'll damage the compressor or fan components.
Subject to closing conditions being satisfied or waived, ECU and Golden Minerals anticipate the arrangement to be completed on or about Friday.
An ECU controlled by voice and switch may grant greater independence for people with more severe mobility impairments.
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Over the second week of December, residual fuel oil prices slid further from ECU 83.
com/research/6gs7cm/automotive_ecu_mar) has announced the addition of the "Automotive ECU Market in Europe 2011-2015" report to their offering.
When it comes to replacing the electronic control unit (ECU) for the CTIS on an M939A2-series 5-tonner, remember there are two different ECUs available.
If the calculations performed by the ECU indicate that airbag deployment is necessary, the ECU sends an electronic signal to the airbag inflator, which instantaneously responds by inflating the airbag.
For the third consecutive year, the cosmetic industry (worth a total market value of ECU 43.