- Versatility for different test tasks
- High channel and system flexibility
- Completely software-configurable
- Connectable to existing systems
SCALEXIO fully supports the increasing subdivision of tasks that is taking place in HIL test teams. I/O configuration and modeling are performed separately, so code generation can also be done separately to save a lot of time.
SCALEXIO systems can be planned, configured, and modified quickly and easily. The system is very flexible to adapt, so you can test different variants and types of electronic control units with minimum effort on one and the same system – for engine or transmission, singly or combined, and so on. If specifications are defined later or changed, it is easy to implement them. You can also test new components for vehicle platforms that are already running.
SCALEXIO can be sized precisely to fit specific test tasks. Component test systems and network systems are both built with the same hardware components. So if errors are found during network testing, ECU subsystems can be separated out from the network system and used to run component tests before the entire network test is repeated.
Less Time, Lower Costs
SCALEXIO has a standardized component design and standardized connections, so you can choose whatever slots you want, and the system can be set up easily. All the channels are configured in a graphical software tool that also automatically produces complete system documentation. So you can not only implement the initial system, but also make later modifications and redesigns, with enormous efficiency. A SCALEXIO system requires less internal wiring than others, and the work involved in configuring, setting up, modifying, testing and documenting a simulator is dramatically reduced.