The VEMS market is literally worldwide. We currently have headquarters in Europe and the United States of America. Currently, orders are placed through a common website at http://shop.x-dsl.hu/catalog/index.php?cPath=1 and then the order is put together and sent out accordingly.
Each unit comes fully assembled with the few exceptions being developers and special requests. A fully assembled GenBoard will come with the following installed: 12 FETs (injector/high current drivers), 8 IGBTs (ignition drivers), and Econoseal III 36-pin and 18-pin automotive grade connectors. Each of these boards have been tested to make sure they have been assembled correctly. Wideband LSU4 sensors, EGT probes, engine harnesses, LCDs, Rescue Kits, spare parts, and other miscellaneous parts can also be purchased to make your installation complete.
Items commonly included for GenBoard/VerThree for max 8 cyl and WBO2: (note that configuration for less channels is easy in any case, and any of these items can be replaced by parts that you supply.)
GenBoard v3 (includes the Rescue Kit, though you won't need much from it in the common case)
10 FET (FQPF20N06L)
8 ignition IGBT
2.5 bar MAP sensor (MPX4250AP) onboard. Can be relocated.
Econoseal III and Alubos1600 casing option
This package makes the commonly used casing possible: exactly how GenBoard v3 was designed.
Alubos1600 (6 drill, screws included)
2x Alubos gaskets
3x FET/IGBT clamping plates (screws included)
3x FET/IGBT insulator-sheet
Econoseal 36 pin PC board connector
Econoseal 18 pin PC board connector
Frontplate (plastic, transparent, including windows for EC36-pcb and EC18-pcb). Aluminum instead of transparent plate and DB connector instead of Econoseal connector windows optional.
Endplate (plastic, transparent). Aluminum instead of transparent plate and plate with DB connectors for accessories optional.
Note that EC36-harness and EC18-harness are possible instead of EC36-wire and EC18-wire for a little extra cost: if you don't want to crimp the receptacles yourself.
LCD and keyboard
LCD Display. 4x20 characters with backlight.
PS2 extension cable. This makes it easier to connect a PS2 keyboard.
Knock kit (TPIC8101 chip)
K-Type thermocouple for EGT and amplifier chip (AD597AR 8 pin chip)
DS2480B and I-button probe (reader) + I button
Rescue kit #1
0805 SMD resistors: appr 15 values, 6 pieces of each. Standard notation
Diodes for flyback: 8..10 SMB diodes used for low voltage flyback. These are fast 2A (usually 600V, although voltage doesn't count as long as above 20V) diodes. Read "S2J", "ES2J" or "m124 b14 zp" on the top.
LM324D custom 'mid' OPA: populating the 3d (on the PCB it's located middle) operational amplifier allows some very special features. For now, only used by experts.
Powerful throughole transient protection (zener-like) diode (1.5KE18 is 18V ; 1.5kE22 is 22V). Already installed at the bottom of the board, so normally not needed
3x1n4007 (or 1n4007) 1A throughole diode - general purpose. Rarely used.
Barrel-like 1.5uH 5.4A inductor (marked 1R5)
some header pins
Rescue Kit #2
Capacitors and 2 zener diodes
3x 1n 0805 50V paper
5x 10n 0805 50V paper
4x 100n 0805 50V paper
8x 220n 0805 50V paper
3x 1u 0805 25V trans (tall)
2x 2.2u 0805 16V trans (tall)
1x 10u 1210 35V trans (large)
1x 10u 1206 10V trans
2x 1u 1206 50V trans
2x 5V1 SOD80 zener diode (not capacitor)
measure with DVM that can measure capacitance
measure by applying 50..60 Hz sinewave with 10k limiting resistor and measure AC voltage across the resistor, than calc.
keying by size, number, tape-material examine the cap size (0805 is the smallest we use, 1206 is medium and 1210 is huge), the number of caps and the tape-material (trans is transparent plastic, paper is paper) will tell you the value according to a table below:
Added protection (eg. D14) for HALL trigger input setup. Update your printed list if you use some parts, so you can keep track.
http://www.vems-group.org/wiki/ for more info