Multi-Function Tester with Steering Wheel Balance MFT-D2X-LK
The MFT-D2X-LK is a universal mobile device for testing, ECU programming and diagnostics. An integrated steering wheel balance measures the steering angle for vehicle chassis adjustment.
The MFT-D2X-LK is equipped with a microprocessor system which controls the test sequences and analysis of test results independently of the management system. The built-in VCI (Vehicle Communication Interface) enables simultaneous diagnosis of a number of vehicle ECUs.
A high-precision inclinometer allows for accurate angular measurement.
Test results and measurement values are communicated to the management system via an integrated WLAN radio interface. The MFT-D2X is capable of communicating with subsystems via infrared (FIR) or WLAN depending on its equipment configuration.
Due to new requirements the device is prepared for software applications that meet the following standards:
- M-VCI (ISO 22900-1, ISO 22900-2)
- ASAM MCD 2D / ODX (ISO 22901) for import and export of diagnostic data and for driving the internal MCD-3D kernel
- Automated all-round diagnosis of ECUs
- End-of-line ECU programming with vehicle-specific data
- ECU flash programming inside of the vehicle
- Parallel testing of ECUs via integrated VCI (Vehicle Communication Interface).
- Central complex diagnostic solution module with wireless interface able to operate in conjunction with other test devices, e.g. ECOS and test stands (wheel aligner, roller test stands etc.)
- Measurement of steering angle
- Device can be used in any location, including outside of assembly or production areas
- Stand-alone operation possible
- Parallel testing cuts testing time to a minimum
- Transfer times in assembly area can be used for testing and programming
- Application software can be created by means of DSA’s high-performance tools PRODIS.Office and PRODIS.Authoring.
- Integrates fully into existing IT infrastructure
- Minimal installation effort
- Patented process preventing interference with airbag (European Patent No. 0939890; US Patent 6,305,217)
- Robust housing appropriate for industrial environments