IOP tester for Ethernet ECUs

  • 20-Apr-2016 11:19 EDT
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Automotive data communications company Ruetz System Solutions provides an interoperability test platform for Automotive Ethernet. The IOP tester operates within the framework of compliance tests for Automotive Ethernet, and the platform constitutes a component of the test set-up for Open Alliance Layer 1 interoperability tests for ECUs (electronic control units). The IOP tester allows the verification of ECUs for interoperability with other ECUs for Layer 1, based on 100BASE-T1 / OABR. It offers an open application programming interface (API) for easy integration into existing test systems. Users can create their own tests and test sequences. Measurements of link-up time, signal quality, and cable diagnosis belong within the scope of testing. The IOP tester is a component of the compliance verification process at Ruetz. The standardized test methods for Automotive Ethernet combine the new automotive standards with existing reliable and stable systems. Therefore, for component and ECU verification, the compliance verification process simplifies the introduction to this technology for automakers and suppliers. For more information, visit http://ruetz-system-solutions.com/.

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