Measurement, calibration, bypassing, and ECU flash programming via XCP.
The dSPACE XCP Service is designed for various use cases during ECU development, such as measuring ECU variables and calibration, and also for ECU flash programming in connection with CAN.
At a Glance
The dSPACE XCP Service supports transport layers for CAN, USB, and Ethernet (UDP/IP and TCP/IP). The Universal Measurement and Calibration Protocol (XCP) is the successor to the well-established CAN Calibration Protocol (CCP). XCP is standardized by the Association for Standardisation of Automation and Measuring Systems (ASAM).
The dSPACE XCP Service supports transport layers for CAN and Ethernet (UPD/IP and TCP/IP). It is designed for various use cases during ECU development, such as measuring ECU variables and calibration, and also for ECU flash programming in connection with CAN.
The dSPACE XCP Service implementation is also dedicated to bypassing ECU functions by using the dSPACE real-time prototyping platforms MicroAutoBox II (the former MicroAutoBox can also be used) and AutoBox.
Depending on the transport layer, the dSPACE XCP Service covers various aspects of XCP, from measurement and ECU calibration to bypassing and ECU flash programming.
Flexible conﬁguration options make it possible to tailor the service implementation with regard to functionality and resource consumption in the ECU.
For bypassing, dedicated mechanisms are provided to guarantee minimal latencies, data consistency, and automatic failure checking. In addition, you can run measurement, calibration, and bypassing tasks in parallel on the same ECU.
dSPACE provides consulting and engineering services to help you integrate the dSPACE XCP service into your ECU.