- High channel and system flexibility
- Completely software-configurable
- Connectable to existing systems
- NEW: Multicore and multiprocessor support
- NEW: Support of Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI)
- NEW: Support of virtual ECUs (V-ECUs)
- Support of different workflows and user roles by separating I/O configuration, modeling and code generation
- Test of different ECU variants and types on a single system with minimal configuration effort
- Easily resized to fit specific test tasks because component test systems and network systems are both built with the same standardized hardware components and connections
- Graphical configuration of channels
- Use of virtual ECUs (V-ECUs) for HIL tests if the real ECU prototype is not available yet
- Support of FMI
- The core of a SCALEXIO system, the SCALEXIO Processing Unit, is based on commercially available components so that the processing technology is always up-to-date.
- IOCNET, the scalable serial I/O network, provides the internal communication between the real-time processor and the I/O boards.
- The SCALEXIO I/O units are specifically designed for typical ECU signals and offer:
- Local signal preprocessing on I/O boards to relieve the load on the real-time processor
- Integrated signal conditioning, as well as converters and parts of the electrical failure simulation
- Similar installation and configuration processes, so very little time is spent on learning
Tests for Electric Motors
HIL Simulation with Virtual ECUs
If an ECU's hardware prototype is not yet available for HIL testing, a virtual ECU (V-ECU) can be used with the SCALEXIO system instead. A V-ECU usually has the same software components as the final ECU and is generated using the SystemDesk V-ECU Generation Module. A V-ECU can be used either alone with the SCALEXIO or together with other V-ECUs or real ECUs. The combination of V-ECUs and ECUs in a network enables high-quality restbus simulation early in the development process. For using a V-ECU during HIL simulation, a SCALEXIO Real-Time license is needed. To configure V-ECUs, you can integrate them into a real-time application in ConfigurationDesk just like any other behavior model.