Why EcoStar?

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Why EcoStar?. Marc Ellison V.P. of Operations. Save fuel expenses and maintenance labor by automatically eliminating unnecessary idling. Each pilot vehicle in Sacramento saved an average of 113 gallons of fuel & 2100lbs of CO 2 over the course of 12 months*. *without optional thermistor. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Why EcoStar?

Marc EllisonV.P. of Operations

Save fuel expenses and maintenance labor by automatically eliminating unnecessary idling

Each pilot vehicle in Sacramento saved an average of 113 gallons of fuel & 2100lbs of CO2 over the course of 12 months*

*without optional thermistorFactsEvery hour of idle time uses 0.61 gallons of fuel

Every gallon of gas produces 19lbs of CO2

Every hour of idling is equal to 25 miles driven.

FactsVehicle mfg. are now paying more attention to idle time vs. miles driven when it comes to warranty claims

1.5 hrs/day x 25 miles x 5 days x 50 weeks = 9,375 additional miles of driving

Add up all of the extra maintenance costs

Facts You waste more fuel if you idle for more than 5 seconds than restarting a warm engine. More states, counties, & cities are adding anti-idling regulations every year.You do not have to impact passenger comfortWA has 5th highest fuel prices in the country. (AAA report)

FeaturesFully automatic Electrical accessories continue to function with engine off.Low battery voltage will auto restart.Shut down inhibit input. (e.g. A/C on or Lift in use)Optional thermistor to restart if vehicle temp is too hot or cold. No special skills for driver to learn.

How it Works Put vehicle in Park If safety & operational conditions are met, engine turns off, battery power still available Engine auto restarts: On Low battery voltage On Hot or Cold Temperature Brake pedal pressed

Safety Conditions Must Be Met Before ShutdownTransmission in Park (vehicle not moving)Engine at normal operating temp. Service brake not appliedHood Closed

Safety Conditions Must Be Met Before Shutdown Cont. Battery must have sufficient chargeEngine speed less than 1100 RPM (High Idle)Outside temperature above 32F & below 100F (Temps can be changed)

Customizable Idle Shutoff TimerMinimum & Maximum Operational TemperatureMinimum Operational Engine TemperatureBrake Pedal Restart Vehicle Interior Temperature (optional thermistor)

Customizable Cont. Main & Secondary BatteryRestart Threshold Voltage LevelRecovery Threshold Voltage LevelRecharge Period

Shut Off When Door Open VideoRestart w/o Key Video

The All Important ROIFaster ROI if in the state specCA has Eco-Star as optional est. 4-5 mos.Will vary based on your settingsWider ranges, more savingsHigher the fuel cost the faster the ROIWe have a spreadsheet to calculate your ROI InstructionsVideosBrochuresDownloadsDiagnosticsAnd more

For More InformationContact the Sales Team at IntermotiveTodd Long: (574)-333-5818orSarah Durfee: (800)-969-6080 ext. 30

www.InterMotive.net