Beginner needs some advice

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Re: Beginner needs some advice

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SMD is outside my skill set, I don't have the gear and have trouble seeing tiny pins now.
Where can I find a datasheet on the processor? General search turns up everything but.
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Re: Beginner needs some advice

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https://www.nxp.com/products/processors ... mcus:S12XD?
https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/data-sheet/ ... 12RMV2.pdf

Agreed, searching didn't do me much good, either. But it wasn't too hard to find on nxp.com so there you go.

http://coolefi.com/products/ecu/15-cool ... c-ecu.html < Andy's commercial product. I can't vouch for it, yet, but I should change that ASAP.
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Re: Beginner needs some advice

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miamitraffic wrote:It does. Im looking forward to start the process around November this year.
Hey guys, im back at it... altough there were some delays, i finally equipped the engine with suitable BMW K1200GT ITBs. Want to start with electronics soon.

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Oh hi! Necro thread is standard around here these days :-D You'll fit right in.
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