ecuEdit basic features (screenshots)

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ecuEdit basic features (screenshots)

Postby epifan » Thu Jul 20, 2006 6:17 pm

Main features

Logger
- Innovate Wideband Lambdas support (Innovate ActiveX component)
- SSM (Subaru Select Monitor) support, DTC reader, Custom Memory Logger
- Mitsubishi MUT support
- Custom graphs quantity (2 parameters on each graph)
- Custom dash item quantity (grid X by Y)
- Scheme saver/reader. Save/restore all selected log parameters
- Warnings (set Max,Min values for each Log parameter)
- All Logger parameter's description in XML
- Custom Dash Screen (Load/Save schemes)

Log Viewer
- Functions
- Calculated Custom Parameters
- Graphs, Custom 2D,3D graphs
- RPM and Speed based road dyno
- Custom log table with graph (surface, bar plot)
- Logs overlay (shifting, hiding)
- Range selector, quickly select log data by range. Example: select full throttle range for custom 2d,3d graph analysis.
- Custom Dash Screen with playback (Load/Save schemes)

ROM Editor
- 1D,2D,3D maps
- graphs in 2D and 3D (surface with 360 degree rotation and irregular feature)
- Data Interpolations
- LogLink (link Log
- ECU compare by map list with Source,Compared,Difference table and graph view ability
- HEX Viewer with compare feature (split screen, color difference visualization, navigation) and custom data-functions
- Single map compare from any ECU
- Map and Log link support. Show cells in map which are used by ECU log.
- Built-in editor for all ECU descriptions
and more
- All ECU descriptions in XML

Supported Hardware Cables
- OpenPort 1.2 (flashing support)
- OBDII cables (only for logging)

Editor desktop screenshot


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Logger screenshots

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Log Viewer screenshots

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Last edited by epifan on Wed Nov 15, 2006 8:16 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Postby epifan » Sun Sep 24, 2006 9:05 am

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