How does it work: computerized gearbox

How does it work: computerized gearbox.

One of the areas of the development of mechanical vehicles has led to the development of the computerized gearbox by the designers and engineers. It is a device, allowing changing the car’s speed not by the driver, but by the “robot”, run by the electronics. Today the computerized gearbox is the most progressive kind of transmission, installed on the modern vehicles. The computerized gearbox of the vehicle supposes of two clutch systems. Such “robots” are called pre-selective gearboxes. The working principle of such vehicles consists in the distribution of odd and even stages in different shafts, i.e., primary and secondary. In this case, the gear shifting is managed by a special adhesion block.

computerized gearbox

Such computerized gearbox, or rather its mechanism, is prepared to the gear-change in advance (that’s why it is called “pre-selective”, preventing the choice). Thanks to this, the direct shifting of stages is made without the termination of stopping of spinning moment from the engine to the wheels and without switching of the gearbox.