Analog chip can reduce small-engine emissions

08/26/2009 | EE Times Asia (free registration)

Freescale Semiconductor plans to introduce an analog chip today that can reduce emissions from small engines. The chip allows small engines on lawn mowers and scooters to eliminate a carburetor in favor of an engine-control unit and fuel injectors. "Small engines can produce as much pollution as 50 modern cars," said Kevin Anderson, Freescale's automotive analog product manager.

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