Major ECUsim Firmware Updates Released
This entry was posted on July 5, 2013.
We're excited to announce the release of major firmware updates for both the ECUsim 5100 & ECUsim 2000. These upgrades provide a huge improvement in ECUsim software control, including customizable ECUs, PIDs, DTCs, and freeze frames.
The ECUsim 2000 is now offered in 3 editions: Standard, Professional, and Ultimate. The ECUsim 5100 includes the same functionality as the ECUSim 2000 Ultimate Edition. The following chart compares the available ECUsim 2000 editions:
|Supports all OBD-II protocols1|
|Functional and physical addressing|
|Default ECUs: ECM, TCM, ABS|
|Supports SAE J1979 modes 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, A|
|Software selectable protocol|
|Custom freeze frames|
|User settable VIN & CAL ID|
|Send OBD messages under software control|
|Knobs assignable to PIDs2|
|Signal generator (sine, triangle, square, random)2|
|Custom request/response pairs2|
|No limitations on future functionality|
|1||ECUsim 2000 can be purchased with any combination of the following protocols: J1850 PWM, J1850 VPW, ISO 9141, ISO 14230 (KWP), and ISO 15765 (CAN)|
|2||Planned functionality; not currently available|
|*||The number of dynamic objects is limited by available RAM|
|**||The maximum number of DTCs in the Professional edition is limited to 6 stored, 4 pending, and 1 permanent DTC per ECU|
These updates add over 40 new software commands, providing complete control over how the simulator operates. For more information about the features listed, please consult the ECUsim Programming Manual.