Technical Data

Interfaces

ECU calibration ETK, FETK, and XETK, CAN (CCP, XCP, KWP, UDS), CAN FD (XCP, UDS), K-Line, (KWP2000, McMess), USB (XCP), Ethernet (XCP), FlexRay (XCP) [1]
Bus monitoring CAN, CAN FD, J1939, LIN [2], FlexRay [1]
Measurement devices Ethernet (ES4xx, ES6xx), CAN
Test bench / automation ASAP3, ASAM MCD-3 MC, COM-API, iLinkRTTM [3], EtherCAT [3]

Data exchange

ECU description ASAM MCD-2 MC (ASAP2)
Bus description CANdb (CAN), CANalyzer log files (CAN), AUTOSAR (CAN), LDF (LIN) [2], FIBEX (FlexRay) [1]
Calibration data
(Hex formats)
Intel Hex, Motorola S19
Calibration data
(physical representation)
DCM, CVX, PaCo, ASAM AE CDF
Measurement file data ASAM MDF (MDF4), MDF3, ASCII, DIADEM-ATF, FAMOS, MATLAB®-M

Applications

Calibration Online/offline calibration, 2 page (work / reference page) / 1 page concept, access to several ECUs/ processors, management of limited calibration RAM by the tool, support of dependent and adaptive parameters, editors for scalars and multidimensional para
Calibration data management Listing, comparing and copying calibration data, functional view, support of maturity levels, version management of calibration data sets, eCDM interface to calibration data management systems
Measurement data acquisition Acquisition and online display of measurement values, calibration parameters (scalars, characteristic curves/diagrams), numerous trigger options, online calculation and representation of derived signals, ECU storage dump in hex and physical representation
Measurement data analysis xt-/xy-oscilloscope, table display, cursor, offline trigger, signal calculation, statistical analysis
Flash programming ECU-specific flash programming via CAN and K-Line with ProF
Data base Management of ECU projects (hex data and ASAM MCD-2MC descriptions), hardware configurations, and experiments, exchange of consistent information by import and export functions
Experiment environment Numerous user-friendly display and control elements, interface for integrating customer-specific elements
Hardware configuration Configuration of ECU and bus interfaces, and measurement modules, virtual devices for offline configuration and simulation, automatic search for connected hardware, automatic firmware update, sending of CAN messages
Rapid Prototyping [4] Integration of experimental targets (ES910)
ECU diagnostics [5] Error memory reading and clearing, triggering of data recording by diagnostic events, validation of services of diagnostic services, Au tomation of service sequences preconfigured ODX files for OBDII-on-CAN diagnostics
ECU Flash programming [6] Flash-Jobs. Flash programming of multiple ECUs.
Support of tool-independent Java ODX Flash Jobs
ASAM MCD-2MC editor Adaptation of ASAM MCD-2MC descriptions of ECU projects

Host system requirements

Hardware 2 GHz Processor (minimum ) / 3 GHz Quad Core Processor (recommended), DVD-ROM drive for installation; graphics card with a resolution of at least 1024 x 768, 256 MB RAM, 16 bit color depth and DirectX 9
Memory 2 GB RAM (minimum) / 16 GB RAM (recommended), 2 GB hard disk (minimum ) / 10 GB (recommended) free space
Operating system Windows® 7 (SP1 or higher), Windows® 8, Windows® 8.1, Windows® 10

Notes

[1] Supported by INCA-FLEXRAY
[2] Supported by INCA-LIN
[3] Supported by INCA-MCE
[4] Supported by ODX-LINK
[5] Supported by ODX-FLASH and ODX-LINK
[6] Supported by INCA-EIP

This product has been developed and released for use in automotive applications. For usage in other domains please contact your ETAS representative.