The SCALEXIO rack system is very flexible due to extensive I/O features. All hardware is software-configurable, making it easy to adapt the system to changing project requirements.
The SCALEXIO rack system is a 19'' off-the-shelf HIL simulator available in up to 12 height units. It supports the SCALEXIO I/O boards MultiCompact and HighFlex, thus covering a broad range of test scenarios and domains.
Typical fields of application include:
The SCALEXIO rack system can be equipped with boards providing onboard signal conditioning and integrated fault simulation, thus making it ideal for ECU testing. You can use the whole range of SCALEXIO boards, such as SCALEXIO I/O boards, FPGA subsystems, MultiCompact units, and HighFlex boards. All hardware is software-confi gurable, which makes it easy for you to adapt the system to changing project requirements. The SCALEXIO Processing Unit acts as the computation node and is also integrated in the system.
The programmable power supply unit feeds the components to be tested and allows for simulating real voltages, such as the vehicle battery voltage during start-up. The power supply unit is remotely controlled from the real-time model.
Various power supplies are available for different applications, for example:
For fault simulation, the SCALEXIO rack system provides I/O boards with integrated fault simulation, namely the HighFlex boards (DS2601, DS2621, DS2642, and DS2671) and MultiCompact I/O Units (DS2680 and DS2690).
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1) Without a SCALEXIO Processing Unit
You can use all SCALEXIO boards in a SCALEXIO Rack along with a wide range of dSPACE software to configure settings and implement models, among other things.
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