The ES89x ECU and bus interface modules support the FETK and XETK ECU interfaces as well as the bus interfaces CAN, CAN FD, FlexRay, and LIN. As connection to the host PC, the modules offer a Gigabit Ethernet interface, which permits to communicate with the ECU via XCP. As ECU and bus interfaces there are two Gigabit Ethernet connections for FETK-ECUs, a Fast Ethernet connection for an XETK-ECU, five CAN respectively CAN FD connections and a FlexRay port with two channels A and B. The ES892 module has two more CAN/CAN FD channels instead of the FlexRay port. The two channels of the ES891 FlexRay port can be used as CAN or CAN FD channel after reconfiguration with INCA.
Complementary to the interface modules, the high-performance ES820 Drive Recorder Module is offered in addition. With the combined ES89x/ES820 measurement system, all signals of common engine ECUs can be synchronously acquired and recorded during a complete testing day.
The high-performance ES830 rapid prototyping module has been designed for computationally intensive bypass applications on up to three ECUs simultaneously. A significant benefit of the ES830 is that rapid prototyping of ECU functions as well as measurement and calibration tasks can all be performed on the ECU in parallel. In combination with the ES89x interface module and the FETK ECU interface, new computationally intensive ECU functions with very demanding real-time requirements can be validated in the physical environment through the use of an external bypass.
Flexible and scalable
Measurement, calibration, and prototyping systems which can be set up in the vehicle or at the test bench on the basis of the hardware product family ES800, are scalable in functional range, processing power, and number of available interfaces. Additional cabling is not required as the devices are directly connected with each other. With this solution, ETAS supports all use cases with a consistent, modular hardware system.
The ES800 system is ready to assist the development of electronic systems for the next vehicle generations: The devices can be stacked on top of each other by means of a robust mechanism, which ensures a secure mechanical and electronic connection and synchronization of the modules. Due to this, tailored systems that consist of interface modules, prototyping hardware and a drive recorder which are prepared for high demands can be configured easily.