Electro-mechanic actuation is achieved by rotating an actuation cam with an electric motor eliminating the need for pressurized oil supply.
This compact design is capable of transient response times of less than 15 milliseconds and can be utilized on intake or exhaust valves.
Multi-modes are possible on adjacent valves. Four combinations of secondary lifts can be achieved using the same switching roller finger follower technology thanks to to a complex actuator that is capable of switching between modes.
Learn more about electro-mechanical actuation by watching this video.
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