This release provides a new version of EHANDBOOK-NAVIGATOR (see download link to the right) with several improvements and new features to make ECU software documentation easier to use and understand.
New features and improvements at a glance:
EHANDBOOK V6.1 is now available as 64-bit application. Through this, more memory can be allocated by the application, which can significantly speeds up the operation.
The Document Viewer, which serves to display documentation texts in EHANDBOOK-NAVIGATOR, is completely revised. The component is based on Google Chromium, the browser engine that powers Google’s Chrome browser. Through this, the user experience has been strongly enhanced such that all navigation scenarios are now blazingly fast.
- With EHANDBOOK V6.1, you now get a visualization of the calibration data of curves and maps as 2D and 3D charts within the label popup. Through this, it is easier to understand how the ECU software that is shown in the EHANDBOOK is calibrated.
- The connection of EHANDBOOK-NAVIGATOR to the latest release of MDA 8.3 has been further enhanced. When both tools are connected and you replace a measurement file in MDA 8.3, this measurement file is also sent to EHANDBOOK-NAVIGATOR. This makes it easier to use both tools in combination.
- The performance of EHANDBOOK-NAVIGATOR has been improved especially when working with large interactive models. When browsing through interactive models, the tool now requires 70% less RAM.
Demo for EHANDBOOK-NAVIGATOR V6.1
The EHANDBOOK demo allows the exploration of all features of EHANDBOOK-NAVIGATOR V6.1. It covers a small engine control system which can be run on an ETAS FlexECU system.
The demo package contains:
- EHANDBOOK Containers for EHANDBOOK-NAVIGATOR V6.1, including interactive models for ASCET, Simulink, and C-Code.
- Corresponding A2L and HEX files for setting up an INCA experiment which can be connected to interactive models in the EHANDBOOK Container.