Vehicle testing and validation recording tool

  • 18-Jun-2012 02:32 EDT

The TTX-DataLogger from TTTech Automotive, with Audi as development partner, offers comprehensive recording and analysis of the entire vehicle network. As a high-performance open and scalable platform, TTX-DataLogger is prepared for future requirements, claims the company. With an operating voltage of 6 to 32 V that features protection from stress failure, the unit meets criteria such as ease of use and flexibility. It provides the availability of recorded data of all current bus systems that are synchronized by a central time stamp (1 µs accuracy). For different application profiles, TTX-DataLogger allows holistic and selective recording at the same time, and it has an integrated diagnostic interface. Internal electronic control unit signals can also be recorded using established measurement and calibration protocols.

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