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Battery Cell Simulator BCS-LABCAR
Efficiency, reliability, and safety of modern Li-ion batteries for electric vehicle drives depend strongly on the battery management system (BMS) and its electronic control unit. Together with its partner comemso GmbH, ETAS has developed a high-precision Battery Cell Simulators (BCS) which offers complete function tests of the BMS.
At a Glance
In order to ensure a trouble-free connection of several ES800 modules, a high-precision stacking mechanism is being used. To disconnect connected modules, please follow the instructions in this document.
Did you want to generate documentation via the ASCET Document Generator but were not able to download packages?
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), describes a possible root cause and steps regarding how to resolve it.
If an error occurs during hardware initialisation or flashing deploying using an ES581.4, a possible workaround is described in this document.
It may happen that trying to build code from model in ASCET delivers error message
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), describes how to fix this behavior.
Connected an analog sensor to analog input channel 5 (Pin 1) at ES930 but the measurement does not work?
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), describes a possible root cause and solution.
It is challenging enough to create a mathematical model of a complex physical system. But you’ve mastered this already. You’ve not only created the model, you’ve even validated it via extensive simulation and with real-world data. The hard part is done. Now you’re asked to run this model …
INTECRIO V4.6.2 is compatible to Microsoft Windows 10.
If you want to upgrade the operating system of your desktop machine to Microsoft Windows 10 and you wonder which version of ETAS INTECRIO will work there: It is INTECRIO V4.6.2.
In ASCET MONITOR there is an option called "Show hidden messages".
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), describes this feature and how you can use it.
You open a model in block diagram editor in ASCET. Everything looks good until you scroll to the far right and/or bottom: parts of the diagram are missing and the drawing looks like cutted/cropped.
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), provides information regarding the root cause and how to change the behavior.
In ASCET there are a lot of confirmation dialogs and hint dialogs available.
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), describes how to get to the list of available confirmation and hint dialogs.