BRC Flying Injection

ECU BRC Flying Injection
Control unit

We have the equipment to adjust your installation BRC Flying Injection.

The BRC Flying Injection system is the forerunner of the current injection systems that BRC currently produces.

BRC evaporator

The Evaporator
This evaporator has the possibility to distribute the LPG in gaseous form under an absolute pressure, higher than that in the inlet.

BRC Smart

The Smart
The distributor, the BRC Smart, which is located between the atomizer and the evaporator, must ensure the control of the gas flux and redistribute it equally between the different branches of the inlet collector.

We have both the evaporator and the Smart in stock.

BRC Sequent

BRC SEQUENT is a multipoint sequentially controlled autogas system.

We have the equipment for adjusting your BRC Sequent system. Replacement parts are in stock.

Operation of the BRC SEQUENT system

The petrol ECU (steering computer) calculates how much fuel the engine needs to perform optimally. In this calculation, the petrol ECU takes into account the requested performance, temperature, speed, drive-ability, emissions, and so on….
From all these parameters, the petrol ECU then calculates an opening time of the petrol injectors.
The ‘SEQUENT’ system translates (interfaced) the opening time of the petrol injectors to the LPG/CNG injectors. In this way, while driving on LPG / CNG, the gasoline ECU continues to perform all programmed diagnoses unchanged (of course the gasoline injectors are switched off).
The OBD system also continues to function as it should both while driving on gas and petrol. The recalculation of the petrol injector signal is done via algorithms that ultimately ensure that the LPG/CNG injector injects into the same cylinder as the corresponding petrol injector. (ECU SLAVE)

Because ‘SEQUENT’ works in series with the petrol system, all original adjustments and programming of the petrol ECU remain in operation and are copied, as it were, 1 on 1 while driving on LPG / CNG. Think of, for example, speed limiter, interruption of the injectors when unloading gas, control of exhaust gases, traction control, etc …

The ECU compensates for engine aging by permanently adjusting the home folders. As a result, ‘SEQUENT’ evolves with the condition of your engine.
The emission test results show that with ‘SEQUENT’ the emissions of a EURO 3 vehicle still improve considerably and are close to a EURO 4, and this also in the long term. The tests ran over a longer period of time so that the aging factor of the catalyst was also included (aging). Errors of an original component of the engine registers the petrol ECU and reports it to the driver. This function is fully retained. Should the LPG system go wrong, the ‘SEQUENT’ ECU will, after localization, immediately and automatically switch to gasoline and thus protect the vulnerable catalyst and the engine.

In addition, exhaust emissions remain within the norm. The vehicle therefore remains within the OBD standard under all circumstances and at all times. With an optical and/or acoustic signal , ‘SEQUENT’ informs the driver if the engine automatically switches from gas to petrol. It is therefore not necessary to make the switch via the OBD known because the vehicle simply remains within all set OBD standards.

‘SEQUENT’ also automatically switches to petrol when the gas tank becomes empty. The driver can therefore keep both hands on the wheel and does not have to unnecessarily operate the fuel selection switch himself while driving.

BRC Plug&Drive

We have all the equipment and parts to work on the BRC Plug&Drive systems. Both the parts and complete systems are available from stock.

Does your BRC system need maintenance or repair? Contact us for an appointment with us or at a dealer in your area.

The Sequent Plug&Drive system is one of the most recent developments of the company BRC. This system was created based on the knowledge of the previous Sequent systems, but has a number of extra possibilities.

The system consists of the evaporator (Genius), the BRC injectors, the pressure and temperature sensor, the injector rail, and the control unit.

Compared to the previous systems, the main innovation can be found in the ECU (computer). The steering unit can communicate with the car’s OBD system. This was not possible with the previous systems. This allows for better integration with the vehicle’s petrol system.

Spare parts BRC Plug&Drive

Plug&Drive Control Unit

ECU BRC Plug&Drive

– Microprocessor 16 bit 40 MHz
– Resistant to following temperatures: -40°C + 105°C
– Waterproof
– Manufactured according to vehicle standards (in terms of protections and input and output signals)
– Operating voltage: 8 V ÷ 16 V
– Compatibility of the sensors and actuators with EOBD
– Communication and reprogramming with the PC via K-line
– KWP2000 communication protocol is supported
– CAN 2.0 communication is supported
– Can control up to 8 injectors
– Integrated injection interruption and emulation (so no separate module is required for this)
– Approvals: R67-01 – R110 – 2004/104/CE

The BRC-Injector

Impedance: 2.04 Ω / 2.35 mH at 20 °C
Resistant to temperatures between -40 °C and 120 °C (during use)
Voltage: 6 V ÷ 16 V
Approvals: R67-01; R110.

There are a total of 4 types of injectors, which are used depending on the power of the vehicle. The table below shows a distinction according to the power and the evaporator used.

Types of injectors  LPG Evaporator Genius MB800 LPG Evaporator MB1200 LPG evaporator MB1500LPG Evaporator Genius MAX
Normal Type Aspiring 17 kW/cyl. 21 kW/cyl. 23 kW/cyl.  – 
  Supercharged 22 kW/cyl. 26 kW/cyl. 28 kW/cyl.  – 
Max Type Aspiring  –  26 kW/cyl. 30 kW/cyl. 30 kW/cyl.
  Supercharged  –  32 kW/cyl. 36 kW/cyl. 36 kW/cyl.
Super Max Type Aspiring -35 kW/cyl. 35 kW/cyl.
Supercharged -42 kW/cyl. 42 kW/cyl.

PTS SENSOR for BRC Plug&Drive

This sensor measures both the gas pressure and the temperature.
– Weight: 22 grams
– Dimensions: ø= 24 mm, h= 64,5 mm
– An integrated connector is provided on the sensor
– The sensor can be used at temperatures between -30 °C and 130 °C.
– This sensor is homologated with both 67R-01 and R110.

BRC LPG injector
BRC LPG injector

Map sensor (manifoild pressure sensor)

This sensor weighs only 17 grams and has the following dimensions: diamger 33 mm, height 63 mm (including pipe). The sensor is suitable for measuring pressures between 0 and 2.5 bar, with a precision of 1.5% F.S. The output voltage is between 0 and 5 Volts.

BRC filter

With the Plug&Drive system, this filter is supplied for installation in the gaseous phase. The cartridge in this filter must be replaced in time, so that the injectors are protected against any dirt that is in the gas.

Both the complete filters and the cartridges are available from stock. Lpg filter replacement? We do it immediately for you with us in Eeklo without an appointment.


This round switch is operated with 1 push button, to switch between the petrol and the gas phase. In the switch is mounted a “buzzer”, which makes a sound when the tank is empty.

Four green LEDs indicate the tank capacity, and one red/green LED indicates whether you are driving on gas or petrol.

Evaporator BRC Genius MB

This 1-stage evaporator is available in 3 versions: MB800 (80 kPa pressure), MB1200 (120 kPa pressure) or MB1500 (150 kPa pressure). The largest evaporator of this type delivers a power of up to 160 kW (this is the type MB1500).

This evaporator has an R67-01 approval.

Evaporator BRC Genius MAX

This is also a 1-stage evaporator, but can have a power of up to 240 kW (with pressure 150 kPa). The evaporator also has an R67-01 approval.

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