||Micro-Craft is introducing it's 2nd
product, a wide band air fuel meter available
through this web-site. It is another Micro-Craft
engineering example of electronic control and
instrumentation devices for internal combustion engines
for the performance motor sport industry. The 1st
product was an OEM design of an electronic
fuel-injection control interface unit.
Currently we are working on the
design of our 3rd product, an electronic
fuel-injection control unit for internal combustion
engines with the emphasis of interfacing to a wide and
general range of engine configurations.
Our trade name for this electronic fuel
injection unit is Engine Control Center or ECC.
We are an engineering driven
company (not marketing) and try to make every effort to
design a better product by finding the right balance
between product performance and product component and
manufacturing cost. All of our products should provide
the most performance available and still be
affordable for most applications.
We do not claim that we are
faster, look cooler, are the 1st and only, or similar.
What we try to do is present a product and more
technical information about it, because this will ensure
that the user is able to use and understand it to it's
full intended potential.
Micro-Craft was started in 1986 in Silicon
Valley, San Jose California. Throughout the years the
engineering product range reached from control software
written in assembly language to Real-Time firmware
in C, Windows User control interfaces in C++, Internet
communications control software in Java all the way to
the hardware designs for real-time embedded control,
instrumentation and robotics application at
micro-controller and analog op-amp component level.
Based on this experience Micro-Craft designed in 2002 a
fuel-injection control interface unit for
Yoshimura-RD which is currently being marketed as
Engine Management System 2.
We needed a wideband air-fuel meter design as
a major part in the development of our new
real-time closed loop electronic fuel injection control
unit. So we designed it, put it into almost the same
injection molded packaging as for our new fuel injection
design, wrote a Windows based user interface and are now
selling it as a stand alone product, the AFM-1 air/fuel meter..
Part of the internal operations of the user control
interface is already being used as a backbone in the
design of the new electronic fuel-injection control
Thank you for your patience and interest in engine
control technology by Micro-Craft.
Re : Website
Yes, our site looks a bit different than main stream
corporate advertising, marketing and glorious
newspaper info look, just like today's trend-setters, but so
far we like it our way and we hope you might appreciate
a simple hopefully easy to read and informative
In our pursuit to provide a well balanced layout for our
web-site we found a wonderful and very dynamic, animation enhanced, piece of graphic web-art, but
unfortunately in German, at
However we finally decided to stay a touch more
conservative with our web-page approach.
To help you reading all this dry engineering info, from
time to time we like to sneak a few humorous
comments in between the lines.
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