start-stop system


Also found in: Wikipedia.

start-stop system

[′stärt ′stäp ‚sis·təm]
(communications)
A telegraph system in which each group of code elements corresponding to a character is preceded by a start signal that prepares the receiving mechanism to receive and register a character, and is followed by a stop signal that brings the receiving mechanism to rest in preparation for the reception of the next character.
References in periodicals archive ?
The model features interiors with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, new cooled/ventilated seats, automatic climate control, start-stop system, navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and rear parking sensors with reverse camera.
Petrol models are also equipped with a start-stop system and Subaru Intelligent Drive, which allows drivers to select different engine modes according to road conditions.
The automotive VVT and start-stop system market is expected to see a considerable growth in countries such as China, India, South Korea, Spain, U.
Audi has done loads of work to the engine to make it comply with the latest EU6 emissions regulations, including a new start-stop system.
Yet thanks partly to the engine's cylinder on demand set-up, plus a start-stop system, the RS7 can also return a potential fuel figure of 28.
Yet, thanks partly to the engine's cylinder-ondemand set-up, plus a start-stop system, the RS7 can also return a potential fuel figure of 28.
This attention to detail was evident in the test Malibu LTZ where, at times, the only clue of the workings of the start-stop system was when the driver heard the engine restart while departing the Starbucks drive-through.
Both are combined with an 8-speed tiptronic gearbox and quattro permanent four-wheel drive as a standard and both combine direct fuel injection with turbocharging and a start-stop system as standard.
With the help of innovative thermal management, the engine start-stop system and a regulated oil pump, it also delivers up to 41.
With its Start-Stop system, I saw a genuine 70mpg on the trip computer.
But, within six months of its European launch, slated for November, Nissan will further slash the Micra's CO2 emissions to an average 95 grams per km when it adds, to the new Micra lineup, a version fitted with a supercharger and a start-stop system.
All engines feature turbocharging and direct fuel injection as well as a recuperation system, start-stop system and on-board computer with efficiency program.