National Instruments is releasing six Drivven C Series engine control modules, which provide engine researchers with rugged, modular engine-specific I/O for interfacing directly with internal combustion engine subsystems and actuators. Using these modules, which are programmed with LabVIEW FPGA, engineers can rapidly prototype engine control algorithms without having to create custom hardware or request lengthy code changes.
Jason King, Chief Engineer of Gasoline Engines at Ricardo, says: "The Direct Injector Module from Drivven enabled us to get the piezoelectric injector working well in a very short time. We also created novel injection strategies because Drivven programmed the control aspects easily and quickly. The cost versus capability of Drivven products are superior to anything else on the market."
Drivven C Series Module features include:
- LabVIEW FPGA drivers: Engineers can easily adjust injection timing and software parameters using an open, intuitive programming language
- Modular I/O: Engineers can rapidly prototype all the I/O necessary for a production engine controller.
Readers can learn more about Drivven C Series modules with these additional resources: see the product at sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/210060/; NI Engine Control Solutions at www.ni.com/enginecontrol; and a video at youtu.be/P69SUZjJdrI/. Alternatively, use the form on this page to request more information.