Fast and efficient calibration and data acquisition
The Online Calibration Tool combines the classic calibration of ECUs and the integration of further measurement technology with modern access from mobile devices via a browser. By eliminating the need for additional software on users’ devices, the OCT enables quick and easy integration into all measurement setups in the vehicle, on the test bench and in the laboratory.
Calibrate, visualize, measure
Easy access via web browser
Access via mobile devices
In contrast to classic measurement and calibration systems, the OCT combines the functionality of the interface adapter with data communication, processing and storage in one compact module. Data visualization and operation of the device are performed via a web interface. PCs/laptops or mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets can be used for this purpose. No additional software needs to be installed on the device used. Both WiFi and wired Ethernet are available for connection to the end device. Integration into the company network is just as possible as direct connection. For the latter, the OCT provides a DHCP server.
The OCT is equipped with two CAN interfaces supporting the XCP and CCP protocols for calibration of automotive ECUs. Of course, CANraw and CANdbc are also supported. This means that sensors and external measurement technology can also be directly integrated. EtherCAT is available as a further interface. This is used in particular in the test bench environment.
In addition to the external interfaces, further modules are available for data acquisition and processing. The OCT receives position data worldwide via an integrated GNSS chip. The GPS, Glonass, Galileo and Beidou systems are supported. Furthermore, a 6-axis acceleration sensor is installed. Additional functions, such as data logging and mobile radio connection, can be implemented via two USB ports and an SDHC card slot.
A Simulink interface enables the execution of models that can access all available signals and parameters of the internal and external interfaces. This makes it possible to evaluate and adjust calibration values depending on any Simulink algorithms.