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Originally Posted by Rital24 View Post
I have not bought yet the microsquirt ecu.
I read somewhere that there is a project with AEM device.
I have the necessity to control my low impedance Lpg injectors too and this could be a good solution.
How much time is necessary to develop this project?
The V3 MicroSquirt® fuel injector drivers will clamp the current flow at 5 amps each, enough to drive one low-impedance injector, or up to 4 high-impedance injectors, per bank. Or for low-impedance injectors you can use resistors (see below). For up to 4 high-impedance injectors per bank, the driver will be fine, and high impedance injectors don't require current limiting (their internal resistance, i.e. 'impedance' resistance is high enough to limit the current to safe levels).

As far as your question about implementation time, not sure what you mean. If you are talking about getting it installed, running, and basic tune it took me months to learn a lot of lessons. I could do it in a weekend from start to finish now including all the mounting etc.
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