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Learning to Easily Develop LIN-based Actuator Applications with Mixed-signal MCUs

Original Air Date: Nov 15, 2018 Webinar
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Motor control solutions are increasing across smart, multifunctional, and integrated devices both for industrial and automotive applications. This demand is prompting design engineers to look for microcontrollers that help them with design simplification while improving manufacturing efficiency and Bill of Materials.

Actuators are a critical element in motor control, tying a control system to its environment moving the mechanism. Electric actuators are having the highest growth (especially in automotive applications) as they are environment-friendly and safer to use than the other actuators.

This webinar will guide you step-by-step on how to get a motor to spin using NXP S12ZVMA MagniV® MCUs and to develop a LIN-based application. The S12ZVM MCUs offers the most scalable family of integrated solutions for BLDC motors, DC motors, and other actuators in combination with CAN-, LIN-, or PWM-communication support.

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Thomas Kuehnle, Senior Product Manager – General Purpose & Integrated Solutions, NXP Semiconductors

Thomas is a product management professional with more than 14 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. He is responsible for the global microcontroller product definition for automotive motor control applications. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Technical University Munich, Germany.

Atzel Collazo, Systems & Applications Engineer – Automotive Microcontrollers and Processors, NXP Semiconductors

Atzel is an enthusiast automotive engineer focused on automotive solutions. He holds an Embedded Systems specialization degree and a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the ITESO, Jesuit University in Guadalajara, México.

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