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Allison Transmission introduces 5th Generation electronic controls

Allison Transmission is dedicated to the development and manufacture of fully automatic transmissions that efficiently and continuously transfer power from the engine to the drive wheels. Fully automatic transmission design and technology have consistently evolved around Allison’s Continuous
Power Technology™, the best way to deliver unrivaled performance and fuel

Allison’s 5th Generation electronic controls have been designed to match the new
generation of global vehicle electrical-electronic architectures and for easy
integration during the vehicle assembly process. These innovative electronic
controls are flexible, providing optimal shift strategies for industry-leading
productivity and efficiency, while still addressing varying OEM and operator

5th Generation controls are being integrated into all Allison transmissions,
including the recently unveiled H 3000 and TC10 products. Containing enhanced
End-of-Line programming, higher speed CAN bus compatibility (up to 500 Kbps) and
a brand new bump lever selector design, Allison engineers also focused on
upgrading TCM hardware and software for faster, more precise processing

Embedded in the 5th Generation control module is a new inclinometer, which
enhances vehicle productivity and efficiency in stop-start operations. The
inclinometer’s precision and responsiveness improve Load Based Shift Scheduling
(LBSS) performance as the automatic selection between economy and performance
shift schedules is faster and more accurate, resulting in further reductions in
fuel consumption.

This new generation of electronic controls provides two additional acceleration
levels, enhancing Vehicle Acceleration Control (VAC) to allow for an even
greater ability to improve fuel economy by controlling engine fueling and
moderating aggressive driving practices.

"The combination of Allison Transmission’s Continuous Power Technology™ and the
latest 5th Generation electronic controls is the best way to provide our
customers with improved vehicle performance, fleet productivity and efficiency,
while augmenting fuel utilization," said Steve Spurlin, Executive Director of
Application Engineering and Vehicle Integration for Allison Transmission.

Allison’s 5th Generation electronic controls include upgraded Transmission
Control Module (TCM) hardware and software and a new integral inclinometer,
among many other features, to deliver great fuel utilization and vehicle
performance with easy OEM integration.

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