Professional calibration tool
- Follow CCP / XCP standard communication protocols;
- Open A2L files and be compatible to the ASAP2 format;
- Support various communication medias, including CAN, Ethernet, USB, and RS232/SCI;
- Define user calibration interfaces, like gauges, dials, plots, surfs, forms, and sheets, etc;
- Support calibration values, curves, maps and bit-wise manipulating;
- Have on-the-fly calibration capability;
- Calibration data “burn to ECU” and “fetch from ECU”;
- Save calibration data to files, manage the versions of calibration data sets;
- Calibration data management, including “copy”, “compare”, “view” (difference);
- Record data in CSV format and play-back in the Data Analyzer;
- Support OBD standards, read diagnostic trouble codes (DTC), clear codes, and report failures;
- Support Various Communication Medias
EcoCAL supports communications over CAN bus, Ethernet, USB, RS232 or serial communication interface; follows CCP/XCP standard protocols. Users can select the specific communication mode depending on the physical media.
- On-the-fly calibration
Calibration data are stored in FLASH memory and have a copy in RAM. Users can change a calibration and hit “ENTER”, and the change takes effect immediately.
- Support various data format
- Support various display formats
The signals and measurements are displayed in digital formats, update in real-time. This is the default measurement display format.
- Virtual Oscilloscope
Measured signals are displayed on the screen as if on an oscilloscope, showing the traces and curves as well as values in real-time.
- Record data
All measurements can be stored in the CSV files, which can opened by the powerful Data Analyzer software, as well as MS Excel.
- Playback data
Play back the recorded data in the Data Analyzer, which is part of EcoCAL tool. You can select any measured signals to plot, to zoom in, zoom out, and to read values at 2 cursor locations. You can configure the color, the font, the variable names, the descriptions, the axis, the ticks etc. of the data analyzing windows.
- Fault diagnosis & OBD functions
You can read the DTC codes from the controller with standard OBD protocols, and pinpoint the failure.