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|New NI Toolkit Delivers Measurement and Calibration for Electronic
National Instruments today released the ECU
Measurement and Calibration Toolkit that extends National Instruments LabVIEW, NI LabWindows/CVI,
and Microsoft C/C++ development environments to support measurement and calibration applications for electronic
control unit (ECU) design and validation. The new ECU Toolkit delivers high-level, easy-to-use functions that ECU
designers, testers and engineers can use to build their own customized ASAM measurement and calibration
applications. The new toolkit provides access to variables using the names defined in ASAM (.A2L) files and also
supports ECU flashing.
ECUs contain internal physical values that
engineers can access only through CCP protocol. However, because the many CCP protocol tools on the market are
expensive turn-key solutions that offer little customization, ECU engineers often end up paying for functionality
they do not need. Using the NI LabVIEW graphical development environment and the new ECU Toolkit, engineers can
easily create their own highly specified ECU measurement and calibration applications, replicate their test systems
and integrate the new applications into existing ECU test applications for a fraction of the cost.
The ECU Toolkit also is ideal for calibrating control algorithms residing on ECUs during the ECU design phase.
Using the toolkit’s high-level functions, engineers can easily read and write to specific values in the algorithms,
including characteristics, memory ranges, variables and set points. Engineers can use the ECU Toolkit to configure
several measurement channels into a single a list of channels they can read or write together.
Martes, 30 Agosto, 2005 - 12:15