Carefully read the quoted text. It is self contradictory. That "simple on/off solenoid IS electronically controlled. "EVRT" is the term used SPECIFICALLY to describe the turbocharger on the VT365. International owns the rights to the name as well. If you look in the International and the Ford manuals covering the medium duty version of the 6.0L engine you will find that the turbocharger is referred to as the "EVRT."The VT365/6.0L does NOT use an EVRT as stated, it is NOT an "Electronic" variable response turbo. It uses a simple on/off solenoid and "duty cycle" from the PCM to control vane position, much like the IPR valve.
You are taking this wayyyy too literally. The "electronic" refers to "electronically controlled."The solenoid is an electrical device, but it is not "electronic" by definition. ointlaugh