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    How to Easily Develop LIN-based Actuator Applications with Mixed-signal MCUs? /WEBINAR

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      Electric motor control solution in automotive are increasingly replacing mechanical approaches for better fuel efficiency, for a higher degree of automation and for increased comfort. Design engineers are challenged to look for microcontrollers that support them with design simplification while improving manufacturing efficiency and Bill of Materials.

       

      During the Learning to Easily Develop LIN-based Actuator Applications with Mixed-signal MCUs webinar, Thomas Kuehnle (Senior Product Manager – General Purpose & Integrated Solutions, NXP) and Atzel Collazo (Systems & Applications Engineer – Automotive Microcontrollers and Processors, NXP) will guide you step by step on how to get a DC-motor to spin using S12ZVMA MagniV® MCUs with NXP development tools. The NXP S12ZVM MCUs speed time to market with highly-efficient and integrated solutions for BLDC motors, DC motors, and other actuators in combination with CAN-, LIN-, or PWM-communication support.

      MagniV MCUs

       

      ATTEND THE WEBINAR and learn:

      • To get their motor spinning in less than 15 minutes, using the S12ZVMAEVB evaluation board and the NXPCodeWarrior® for MCUs v11.0
      • To develop an actuator application controlled via LIN by working with relevant modules: Gate Driver Unit (GDU), Pulse width Modulator with Fault protection (PMF), Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC), and LIN-Transceiver
      • An introduction to the NXP S12ZVMA MCUs and the complete S12 MagniV devices, offering single-chip solutions for simple loads, controlled remotely via LIN or PWM command