There are two common communication protocols used in the calibration process: CCP (CAN Calibration Protocol) and XCP (Universal Measurement and Calibration Protocol). These protocols provide a standardized way for engineers to perform ECU diagnostics, calibration and commissioning.
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What is CCP vs. XCP?
CCP is a CAN (Controller Area Network) based communication protocol mainly used for ECU calibration and parameter setting. It provides read and write functions to the ECU, enabling engineers to read current parameter values, set new parameter values and perform real-time testing and adjustments.
XCP is a universal measurement and calibration protocol that can be used for different communication interfaces (e.g. CAN, Ethernet, etc.). It provides higher transfer speeds and more powerful features, enabling engineers to quickly read and write large amounts of data in a short time and perform advanced diagnostic and debugging operations.
Automotive calibration functions are a technique used in automotive ECU development and diagnostics to optimize vehicle performance and functionality by adjusting ECU parameters and calibration values.CCP and XCP are common communication protocols used to communicate with ECUs, read and modify parameters. These techniques and tools enable vehicle manufacturers and engineers to perform better vehicle commissioning and calibration work.
● Support importing A2L files
● Support DAQ/Polling measurement
● Memory settings, loadable image files, configuration of checksum methods, etc.
● Support for characteristic parameter curves, MAP diagrams, etc.
● Support MDF/MF4 file storage and playback
● Support for graphical display of variable curves
Support calibration parameter management, par or hex format
● Built-in message information analysis, diagnosis, calibration, and system variable data in one, easy to synchronize and analyze data
● Automated calibration is also possible by calling system variables
● Support for single and multiple file downloads
The hardware we manufacture needs to be selected in order to add the software calibration authorization feature to it.