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SOFTWARE: autowave. control

SOFTWARE FOR AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY SIMULATION AND RECORDING

autowave.control - The highlights

autowave.control is THE software tool specifically developed to cope with today's more and more expanding requirements for supply simulation in the automotive area. Creation of any kind of waveforms and profiles is as easy as can be. However, autowave.control is not just limited to waveform generation. It is best to record and replay real-life profiles found in a vehicle battery system.

The current version autowave.control 5.10.3 offers:

  • Windows 7, Windows 8 (64 Bit) and Windows 10 compatibility
  • Import/Export of data from and to NI Diadem format (TDMS)
  • Enhanced support of external instruments (e.g. oscilloscopes or multimeters) to import waveforms, screendumps or measuring values
  • Enhanced Test link capabilities
  • Random Mode to generate random or pseudo-random test sequences (e.g. for Jaguar/LandRover CI265)
  • Immunity Testing with closed-loop mode using external measuring equipment (controlled by autowave.control
  • New equation signal generator to create waveforms based on mathematical formulas
  • Support of Ethernet and GPIB interfaces
  • Remote control of VDS 200N, VDS 200Q series and RDS 200N
  • Control of the new PFM200N200 and AMP 200N amplifier module
  • Support of the CN 200Nx series coupling networks up to 300 A, 1200 Vdc
  • Enhanced library with most actual international standards and manufacturer requirements, still including former standard versions in use
  • Enhanced and highly flexible reporting capabilites including the possibility to combine different reports into one
  • Auxiliary Equipment with picture, serial No and calibration date in the report
  • Up-to-date design and navigation
  • Intuitive operation

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The standards' update

New standards implemented in the 5.10.x release:

  • Caterpillar CAT EC42 (Version 4, 2015-05)
  • CTCT EMC-1 (Revision 1, 2016-04)
  • Daihatsu DTSC 7034G (Revision 2, 2016-09)
  • Harley-Davidson EG-812-22613 (2008-12)
  • Honda 7794Z-TA0A-0000 (2007-01)
  • Honda 7794Z-SNAA-0000 (2004-12)
  • ISO TS 7637-4 (2017-03) - 4.4.6 Low frequency sinusoidal disturbances (Pulse C)
  • Karma C1800STA0130 (Revision 2, 2010-05)
  • Mazda MES PW 67602 (2015-11)
  • Mercedes MBN 10284-4 (2017-05)
  • Nissan 28401NDS02 [8] (2016-03)
  • Paccar CS0013 (2014-03)
  • Polaris ENG-SPEC-0183 (Revision 2, 2015-09)
  • VW 80000 (2017-10)
  • Volkswagen VW 80300 (2016-10) - Test EHV-16

New Devices implemented in the 5.10.x release:

  • PFM 200N200 (with fast switch up to 200us)
  • VDS 200Q150.1 (-20V +77V, 150 A, 450 A peak (200 ms) 250 kHz)
  • CN 200N100 (One Transformer, 100 A, 1200 Vdc)
  • CN 200N200 (One Transformer, 200 A, 1200 Vdc)
  • CN 200N300 (One Transformer, 300 A, 1200 Vdc)

New standards implemented in the 5.9.x release:

  • BMW GS95024-2-2 (2011-02)
  • Case New Holland CNH ENS0310 (Revision J, 2012-12)
  • FCA (Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles) CS.00054 (2015-01)
  • Ford FMC1278 (2015-07)
  • Ford FMC1278 (Revision E,2016-10)
  • Ford FS-0000-00001-AB (Revision 4)
  • General Motors GMW3172 (2015-06)
  • GMW 3097 (2015-06)
  • Hyundai Kia ES96200-00 (Revision O, 2016-03)
  • Hyundai Kia ES95400-10 (Revision P, 2015-07)
  • ISO 11452-8 (Second Edition, 2015-06-01)
  • JCB STD00140 (2014-04)
  • John Deere JDQ 53.3 (2011-08)
  • McLaren MSL.03.04.0063 (2013-04)
  • Mercedes MBN 10284-2 (2015-07)
  • MIL STD 461F (2015-12)
  • Nissan 28402 NDS08 (2001-10)
  • PSA B21 7110 (Rev. D, 2012-10)
  • PSA B21 7110 (Rev. E, 2015-09)
  • Renault 36-00-808 / - - N (2016-03)
  • Tesla TS-0000048-03 (2013-05)
  • Tesla TS-0000048-06 (2015-08)
  • Tesla TS-0000243-03 (2015-08)
  • Toyota TSC0506G (2014-07)
  • VG 96916-5 (2013-08)
  • VW TL 810 00 (2016-02)

New standards implemented in the 5.8.x release:

  • Ford FS-0000-00001-AB (Revision 2)
  • Hyundai Kia ES96200-00 (Revision L, 2014-03)
  • Jaguar / Landrover JLR-EMC-CS (Version 1, Amendment 4)
  • JASO D 014-2 (2014-03)
  • MAN M3565 (2014-02)
  • Nissan 28401NDS02 [6] (2013-01)
  • Nissan 28558NDS41 [1] (2013-03)
  • Ssangyong SES-E-053-12 (Revision 4, 2013-08)
  • Ssangyong SES-E-922 (Revision 5, 2013-10)
  • VW TL 825 66 (2013-05)

New Devices implemented in the 5.8.x release:

  • PFM 200N100.1 (with fast switch up to 200us)
  • VDS 200Q25.1 (-15V +80V, 25A, 75A peak (200ms) , 250kHz)
  • VDS 200Q50.1 (-15V +80V, 50A, 150A peak (200ms) , 250kHz)
  • VDS 200Q100.1 (-15V +80V, 100A, 300A peak (200ms) , 250kHz)

standards implemented in the 5.7.x release:

  • ASAE EP455 (2003-03)
  • BMW QV65013 (2012-06)
  • Case New Holland ENS0310 (2013-12)
  • General Motors GMW3172 (2014-10)
  • ISO11452-8 (2014-10, Draft)
  • John Deere JDQ 202 (2013-12)
  • Mercedes-Benz MBN LV 148 (2013-11)
  • VDA 320 (2014-08)
  • VW 82148 (2013-09)
  • VW TL 810 00 (2014-04)

DC sources implemented in the 5.7.x release:

  • VDS 200Q10 (±60V, 10A, no peak, 180kHz)
  • VDS 200Q25 (-15V +60V, 25A, 75A peak (200ms) , 150kHz)
  • VDS 200Q50 (-15V +60V, 50A, 150A peak (200ms) , 150kHz)
  • VDS 200Q100 (-15V +60V, 100A, 300A peak (200ms) , 150kHz)
  • VDS 200Q30.1 (±80V, 30A, 70A peak (500ms), 200kHz)

Standards implemented in the 5.6.x release:

  • BMW GS95002-2 (2013-07)
  • BMW GS95025-1 (2012-05)
  • BMW GS 95026 (2011-10)
  • BMW GS 95026 (2013-10)
  • BMW GS 95027 (2011-10)
  • Fiat 9-90111-01 (Change A, 2012-06)
  • Freightliner 49-00085 (Rev. B, 2002-07)
  • Germanischer Lloyd - VI-7-2 Prüfanforderungen (2012)
  • GMW 3097 (Revision 6, 2012-04)
  • GMW 3172 (Revision 9, 2012-11)
  • Hyundai-Kia - ES96200-00 (2012-01)
  • Hyundai-Kia - ES95682-50 (2012-03)
  • Hyundai-Kia - ES95400-10 (2012-04)
  • ISO/DIS 11452-8 (2013-03)
  • ISO 16750-2 (2012-11)
  • Jaguar Land Rover EMC-CS-2010JLR (Version 1.2, 2012-06)
  • Jaguar Land Rover JLR-EMC-CS (Version 1.0, Amendment 3, 2014-03)
  • Hyundai/Kia ES39110-00 (Revision F, 2006-05)
  • Mack Trucks 606GS15 (1999-09)
  • Mazda MES PW 67602 (2007-03)
  • Mercedes MBN 10284-4 (2011-04)
  • Mercedes MBN 10284-2 (2011-04)
  • Mercedes-Benz MBN LV 124-1 (2013-05)
  • Mitsubishi ES-X82115 (Revision E, 2010-10)
  • Nissan 28401 NDS 02 (Revision 5, 2010-12)
  • Renault 36-00-808-M (2012-07)
  • Paccar CS0013 (2009-09)
  • Paccar CPP0016 (2011-10)
  • Proton PES-6022 (2010-10)
  • PSA B21 7110 (Revision D, 2012-07)
  • OEM LV 124 (2013-02)
  • OEM LV 148 (2011-08)
  • OEM LV 148 (2013-07)
  • SAE J 1113 - 11 (Revision 6, 2012-01)
  • Toyota TSC7001G (Revision 8, 2012-01)
  • Toyota TSC7021G (Revision 3, 2012-02)
  • VW 80000 (2013-06)
  • VW TL81000 (2013-02)
  • VW 82148 (2011-09)
  • and many more


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Standard voltage profiles pre-programmed

autowave.control Standard selectorZoom

Battery supply simulation is becoming more and more dominant in todays' automotive testing. Every vehicle manufacturer has his own voltage profile requirements based on their individual experience. A wide range of voltage profiles such as voltage drop-outs, voltage ramps, sinewave ripple, even exponential functions are found in such test requirements. Some specifications test several different voltage profiles simultaneously on different input channels of a DUT.

EM TEST has set-up a large and enhanced standards library with all important test requirements from vehicle manufacturers but also including national/international test requirements. These standard test profiles can be called by a simple mouse click, pre-programmed and ready-to-start testing.

New requirements are constantly implemented updating the standards library to cope with the growing demands from the market.


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Easy to do - 13 standard segments to program user defined profiles

autowave.control Segment modeZoom

What ever special profile you will need to test autowave.control makes your work as easy as possible. You may choose from 13 different segment types such as DC, sine wave, sine wave sweep, damped sine wave, saw tooth, exponential, ramp up and down, square wave etc. to program you profile and adjust each single parameter of it. Everything's there already.

Or you can program your profile point-by-point in the point wave mode equally easy as in the segment wave mode.
As a unique highlight the AutoWave is capable to generate waveforms with parameters changing pseudo-randomly.

Several profiles, pre-programmed standard profiles as well as user defined segment waves or point waves, can be linked together to configure a complete test sequence.


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Interlink Segments - A unique simplification

autowave.control - InterlinkZoom

Composing a profile from various segments means that each segment is definded by several parameters. The end of a segments thereby is equal to the start of the next segment.

If the parameter of one segment connected to another segment is changed the preceding or following segment's parameter must be adjusted as well. Using a common programming mode this adjustment needs to be done manually. But this is not the case with the autowave.control. When a profile is transformed into the Pattern mode a changed parameter is automatically changed in all relative segments of the profile.


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Iterating parameters - autowave.control can do it

autowave.control - IterationZoom
A nightmare for those who need to program profiles that iterate parameters during the test. Commonly available arbitrary generators are hardly capable do handle such test requirements. Therefore several profiles need to be programmed and tested one after the other. But imagine that there are test requirements that iterate several parameters giving a number of several hundreds or thousands of profiles to be programmed? How about a software tool that can allows up to 9 different parameters iterated in 9 different orders? autowave.control does it!

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Import and export of profiles

autowave.control - Import functionZoom
autowave.control cannot only be used to program wave forms and profiles. It can also import data in various formats like CSV, Excel, XML etc.) and manage such profiles. The same it can export the data and also transfer pre-programmed profiles into iso.control software.

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Documentation and test reports

autowave.control - ReportZoom
Nowadays each and every test needs to be well documented for reasons of reproducibility and proof of testing. autowave.control offers an enhanced reporting capability that fulfills every aspect of common QM systems what test documentation is concerned. The test data (both generated and recorded data) is properly referenced and stored in a data base. The report can be exported in different formats like RTF, PDF or HTML etc. User defined forms can be used as a mask file to include the report data.

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