DiagRA D

DiagRA D

Important note: Due to the current ongoing restrictions caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, we reserve the right to cancel or postpone the date at very short notice.

RA® offers a 1 day user training for DiagRA® D. The training is held at RA® headquarters in Bruchsal, Germany. German and English trainings are available depending on the participants. To register for one of the next dates, please contact us.

DiagRA D Training including Service Tools, Scan-Tool, and Advanced Developer Functions
This one day training course will teach participants the full functionality of DiagRA D. To ensure the new knowledge can be put to use practical examples are performed. Laptops, interfaces and training ECUs are provided.

Duration: approx. 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

1) General Introduction and Overview of Functions

– Installation and registration of DiagRA D
– Hardware interfaces and diagnostic cables
– Layout of the user interface
– Using the help function

2) OBD Scan-Tool

– Reading the CARB-Modes (Mode 1-A)
– Overview of the complete system
– Options to save data, configuration and measurement setups
– Practical excercises using the provided hardware
– Saving current views
– Continuous saving of measurement values
– Configuration and execution of an automated measurement
– Analyzing measurements in TXT, XML, CSV format
– SAE J2534 PassThru
– SAE J1699-3 test sequence
– SAE J1699-3 analysis

3) Service Station Diagnostics

– Management of project specific data sets, diagnostic protocols, ECU addresses
– Configuration settings
– Commonly used data for DiagRA MCD setup
– Identifying ECUs
– Fault code memory
– Standard measurements, basic configuration
– Actuator tests
– Channels for adjustments
– ECU coding
– Login-Requests
– Access restrictions
– Address-based reading of memory areas
– Special functions fuel system initiation, valve and pump activation
– Practical exercises

4) New ECUs with ODX/UDS Support

– ODX Basics
– ODX support in DiagRA D

5) Advanced Developer Functions

– Cycle counter
– Status bits
– Readiness code
– Interner fault code memory
– Reset monitor
– Ratio values
– Ram cells
– CAN Messages
– Flash programming
– Practical exercises

6) Upon Request:

– File formats of internal files
– Program interfaces DDE, ASAP3 and Web Services
– COD, FKT, DRA, DCF, INI file structure
– Manual editing of files

ODX for Diagnostics Developers

This training is designed to convey basic knowledge to interpret ODX description datasets. Another key focus is building knowledge towards PDX data containers, correlations, diagnostic services, diagnostic objects (measurement values, event memory, routines, acutuator tests), parameters, and conversions within the ODX file.

Important note: Due to the ongoing restrictions caused by the COVID-19 epidemic, we reserve the right to cancel or postpone appointments at very short notice.

Duration: 8:30am – 4:00pm

Where: Bruchsal, Germany

Language: German

Pricing: upon request

For registration and further information please contact us at info@rac.de

Content:

  • Introduction to diagnostic description
  • The ODX format
  • ODX and the diagnostic runtime system
    • Services and diagnostic sessions using ODX
    • Request and response parameters, conversions
    • Measurement values
    • Coding
    • Adjustment channels
    • Actuator tests
    • Fault memory
    • Routines
  • ODX runtime view
  • Additional topic: complex DOP’s (Data-Object-Properties)

Customized Training

If you are interested in an inhoue training class by one our professional RA® instructors at your own location we are happy to offer you customizable trainings worldwide. You may define the focus and the style of the class. Whether you would like to have a hands on training outside in a car or a more theoretical class inside, we are happy to create a class tailored specifically to your requirements.

Interested? Please contact us.

OTX – Exchange Format for Test Sequences

Remark: This training is conducted by our partner, emotive GmbH.

The new standard OTX (Open Test sequence eXchange – ISO 13209) has been created as a reusable format for the exchange of test sequences in off-board-diagnosis. Another positive effect is a fundamental contribution to reducing the complexity in today’s automotive development. The usability of OTX, however, is not only limited to vehicle diagnostics. By using suitable libraries it can be used in many different areas ranging from test automation to HIL-Simulation. This training will provide a comprehensive and systematic overview and introduction to the new exchange format for test sequences. Participants will be introduced to the structure and use of OTX data and gain insight on possibilities and limitations of the standard. The contents of the seminar will be explained and illustrated through real world examples, small exercises and live demonstrations.

Target Group:

The seminar is designed for engineers of the vehicle manufacturers and their suppliers. General knowledge of vehicle diagnostics and diagnostic processes is a prerequisite.

Date: Please ask us about an appointment.

Duration: approx. 9:00am – 05:00pm

Location: Bruchsal

For registration and additional information please contact: info@rac.de

We also invite you to inform yourself on our partner emotive. Registration for individual seminars and inquiries are also possible on their website.

Pricing is made available upon inquiry.


Programm

1.    Introduction

  • State of the Art Vehicle Diagnostics – A Challenge

2.    Standardization in Automotive Diagnostics

  • Overview of the most important diagnostic standards
    • ISO/OSI Reference model
    • Diagnostics protocol UDS (ISO 14229, ISO 15756)
    • Diagnostic runtime environment MVCI-Ser­ver (ISO 22900-3, 3D-Ser­ver)
    • Diagnostic data ODX (ISO 22901, ASAM MCD 2D)
    • Diagnostic sequences OTX (ISO13209)
  • OTX-Time­li­ne

3.    OTX-Introduction

  • Background and application
  • Target, use and limitations

4.    OTX-Data Model

  • Main components and basic structure
  • Basic concepts
  • Common elements
  • OTX-Core
    • Overview
    • Types of data
    • Parameters and declarations
    • Terms and expres­si­ons
    • Nodes (Action, Loop, Bran­ch, Par­al­lel etc.)
    • Excep­tion hand­ling
  • OTX-Libraries
    • Diag­Com (diagnostic-communication)
    • HMI (user interaction)
    • i18n (localization = multilingualism)
    • Job, Flash
    • Mea­su­re
  • Extension mechanism

5.    Use of OTX

  • Open Dia­gno­stic Fra­me­work
  • Development of diagnostic applications with OTX