Engine simulation tool

  • 02-Feb-2016 12:08 EST
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EngineLab’s EL129 control units for engine simulation and testing have a range of input and output options and can be adapted for flexible control system development. The hardware features 129 pins on two connectors with dual high-speed USB interfaces for communicating to a PC host as well as logging to any off-the-shelf mass storage device. The system enables model development, testing, and calibration in a single development environment. No compilers, linkers, assemblers, or third-party tools are required. It is built on a ROTS, allowing for flexible task control for efficient CPU load balancing. Features include 32-bit floating point and 200-MHz automotive grade semiconductor.

For more information, visit Booth 716 at SAE World Congress or http://www.enginelab.net/.
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