Complete ECU Simulator for j1939. ? Compatible with J1939 Standard ? 24V operating range ? MIL LED output ? 29 bit / 250 kB CAN BUS communication ? Support some j1979 compliants DMs ? Simulates Truck and CAR ECUs ? ECU source address is 0x00.
ECUsim 2000 is the best entry level multiprotocol OBD simulator. It is a must-have tool for anyone involved in the testing or development of OBD hardware or software. It supports all legislated OBD protocols, fixed and user adjustable parameter IDs (PIDs), diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs), freeze frames, and many other SAE J1979 services.
ECUsim 5100 is a small, lightweight, benchtop simulator that can be used for testing and development of OBD devices and software. It supports all legislated OBD protocols, fixed and user adjustable parameter IDs (PIDs), diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs), freeze frames, and many other SAE J1979 services.
MESSINA is our powerful testing platform enabling the automation of software integration tests for models, software components, as well as ECU testing on the HiL test bench – for example with our ANCONA HiL. With MESSINA the test strategy can be extended easily across processes between OEM and supplier. An outstanding feature of MESSINA is the ability to reuse models (such as MATLAB/Simulink) from ECE development also for test scenarios.
CanEasy is a Windows-based automatically configured simulation, analysis and test environment that optimally supports all cases of application in ECU engineering and development: simulating complex bus systems, analyzing communication in a whole range of ways.
The ECU simulation TestCUBE2 is the counterpart for all cases of application in which an ECU is not yet (e.g. preparation of workshop tests) or no longer (e.g. tester regression test) available.TestCUBE2 is a configurable hardware and software solution for simulating ECU diagnostics with real bus communication. With just one device, you can simulate several ECUs or even an entire vehicle at the same time.
PT-LABCAR is an open and scalable Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) system. It is designed for open- and closed-loop testing of ECUs specifically in the powertrain application domain. The system can be used to run automated regression tests for the release of software variants as well as for the validation of control and diagnostic functions in early phases of ECU development.
Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation is the method used to test the functions, system integration, and communication of electronic control units (ECUs). ECUs are indispensable for vehicles, airplanes and robots. The technical environment of the ECUs and interconnected system parts are simulated in HIL simulation. The HIL tests are very systematic and also completely safe, even when critical thresholds are exceeded. The main goal is to detect errors in ECUs. Once detected, the situation that pro...
With its innovative PROVEtech:μHiL test system, MBtech offers a cost-optimal solution for functional testing of electronic control units (ECUs) that can be used in all stages of development. PROVEtech:µHiL combines the advantages of real time-capable hardware-in-the-loop testing with a compact and modular structure. Pre-configured plug-in solutions are utilized to integrate fault simulation, signal conditioning, and an input/output layer (I/O hardware) into a high-performance control unit. The r...
Efficiency, reliability and safety of modern lithium ion batteries for electric vehicle drives strongly depend on the battery management system (BMS) as their electronic control unit. The innovation by comemso GmbH is a highly accurate battery cell simulator (BCS) in third generation, which offers complete function tests of the BMS. Using this simulator, it is possible to adjust voltages with an accuracy of 1mV and currents with an accuracy of 100µA per cell in less than 3ms.
DYNA4 is a modular simulation software for efficient work with simulation models in the automotive development process, e. g. of electronic control units and components. Model-based design, function development. Testing and pre-calibration in SIL and HIL environments. Fail-safe and functional tests, including evaluation of vehicle response and drivability. Advanced powertrain development and energy management. Fuel efficiency simulation for hybrid (HEV), electric (EV) or traditional vehicles.
The Lambda Tester is designed to measure the crossover changes which occur in the closed loop control system. The tester can be used to analyse Zirconia or Titania type sensor. The tester can simulate the sensor signals to the ECU to verify acceptance of the signals and con??rm that theECU acts upon these signals.
The Factory HIL provides a way of simulating the complete functionality of an F1 race car. I/O and simulation models are provided to drive the F1 Standard ECU components to simulate a typical run of the car ie. engine start, pull away and flying lap simulation, including gear shifting.