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About This Video
This three part video presentation will demonstrate Our small engine control reference design in a development scenario for a motor scooter. Explore the conversion of mechanical engine control to electronic engine control, and the role that NXP® is playing in this important transition. Discuss NXP products and technologies that can be used to design an engine control system specific to the small engines commonly found on motorbikes, lawnmowers, generators, and other utility type engines.
What You'll Learn
Familiarize yourself with Our new KIT33812ECUEVME small motor control reference design featuring the 33812 Analog Power IC and the 16-bit S12P Microcontroller.
Walkthrough the designs steps necessary to develop a motor scooter's fuel injection control system with the NXP® small motor control reference design.
Understand the external factors driving small engine control improvement
Understand the basic operation of traditional engine control
Understand how electronic control has increased the efficiency and emission control requirements of engine operation
Identify and Compare the 8, 16 and 32-bit NXP Microcontroller offering for electronic fuel injection design
Identify analog drivers for small engines with a focus on fuel injectors, ignition coils, relays, lamps, and small motors
Identify NXP pressure, accelerometer and proximity sensors devices for implementation in small engine design
Part 1: NXP® Small Engine Control Reference Design
Reference Board Overview
Motor Scooter Engine Fuel Injection Design Example