Training: 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

Program:

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