Automotive Testing Expo Korea 2016
Hard- and Software to measure data rates up to 800 kHz per channel
CSM presents the new analog measurement module ECAT ADMM 4 HS800 and the new data acquisition software vMeasure CSM at the Automotive Testing Expo Korea 2016.
vMeasure CSM is the new easy-to-use data acquisition software for all CSM measurement modules. With just a few clicks the software leads the user from configuration to visualization of the measurement results. The software supports data rates up to 800 kHz per channel. Additionally, vMeasure CSM records video and GPS data. Due to the new software, CSM is now able to offer all-in-one solutions for complex measurement tasks from one source.
Data rates up to 800 kHz per channel for fast mobile measurements: This is what you get from the new EtherCAT®-based analog measurement module ECAT ADMM 4 HS800. With 4 synchronous inputs the module is ideal for precise dynamic acquisition of signal curves from combustion engines, electric motors and electric auxiliary systems. Thanks to the high protection class IP67 and the operating temperature range from -40°C to +125°C the module can be mounted directly in engine compartments. This reduces noise to an absolute minimum.
Precise A/D and temperature measurements at high-voltage (HV) components: CSM’s CAN-based high-voltage measurement modules allows safe A/D- and temperature measurement at HV components in electric and hybrid vehicles. Thanks to the reinforced insulation up to 846 V and the multi-level safety concept, tested and approved by an accredited test lab according to EN 61010 safety standard, these modules guarantee safe measurement under harsh environmental conditions. At the Automotive Testing Expo Korea, CSM presents two device types: MiniModules for mobile measuring and 19'' slide-in modules for test bench applications.
CSM presents robust, compact and highly accurate CAN MiniModules for distributed measurements on driving test ranges, road tests and in test benches. The MiniModules provide efficient measurement of temperature (thermo, RTD), voltage (pressure, acceleration etc.), mechanical strain (strain gauges etc.) and RPM (PWM, event counting etc.). Thanks to the high protection class IP67 and the operating temperature range from -40°C to +125°C the MiniModules can be mounted directly in engine compartments. This reduces noise to an absolute minimum.
CSM’s EtherCAT® MiniModules combine the advantages of Ethernet technology and the EtherCAT® protocol to be used in the fields of automotive testing. The modules are ideal for distributed synchronized measurement with high data rates and many channels. The MiniModules offer high-speed measurement with data rates up to 800 kHz per channel and module synchronization better 1 µs.
To integrate high-speed measurement needs into a complex measurement system containing numerous conventional CAN-based devices, CSM's XCP-Gateway plays a decisive role. It merges the data of CSM EtherCAT® MiniModules with data of CSM CAN-devices into XCP on Ethernet frames, synchronizes and aligns the sampling points and provides all data according to the XCP on Ethernet standard.
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CSM xx-Scan Config Release V8.2.1
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The Karl-Schubert-Gemeinschaft e. V. was established in 1973 to support people with disabilities. In its facilities in Filderstadt and Aichtal the community offers the possibility to work, live and learn. The residents and members, individually receive positive reaffirmation of their abilities. For CSM this is reason enough to donate 5.000 € to support the work of the community.
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End of Windows XP/Vista Support
The CSM software tools listed below will cease supporting the operating systems Windows XP/Vista by the end of the year:
As from 2016, new releases of the above-mentioned software tools won’t work with Windows XP/Vista any longer.