dSPACE ACE Kit Brochure: Exclusive Offers for Universities

dSPACE ACE Kit Brochure: Exclusive Offers for Universities
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Exclusive Offers for Academia
2014/2015
Contents
About dSPACE
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RapidPro 30
Offers for Universities
4
SCALEXIO® 31
Applications at Universities
5
ACE Kits – Hardware and Software Bundles
Working with dSPACE Systems
ACE Kit 1103 32
Implementing a Model with Real-Time
ACE Kit 1104
32
Interface (RTI)
8
ACE Kit 1005, ACE Kit 1006 and
ACE Kit 1007
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dSPACE Software Products
ACE Kit MicroAutoBox
34
SystemDesk® 10
ACE Kit MicroLabBox
34
Real-Time Interface (RTI) 11
ACE Kit SCALEXIO
35
ControlDesk® Next Generation
12
Other Modular Hardware
36
Platform API Package
14
Accessories37
ConfigurationDesk®15
TargetLink® 16
VEOS®17
Automotive Simulation Models (ASM)
ClassRoom Kits
TargetLink ClassRoom Kit
38
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ASM.edu19 Application Cases
Motor Control with the AC Motor
dSPACE Hardware Products
2
Control Solution 40
DS1103 PPC Controller Board 21
Controller Optimization with HIL API MA
DS1104 R&D Controller Board 22
(Model Access ) Port
DS1005 PPC Board 23
DS1006 Processor Board 24
University Offers
NEW: DS1007 PPC Processor Board 25
SystemDesk NEW: MicroLabBox 26
TargetLink43
MicroAutoBox II
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About dSPACE
Founded at the University of Paderborn
dSPACE was founded in 1988 by four engineers working at the University of Paderborn,
Germany. More than 25 years later, founder
and present-day president Dr. Herbert Hansel­
mann heads the company with more than
1,200 employees worldwide.
World Market Leader
dSPACE is the world's leading producer of
engineering tools for developing and testing
mechatronic control systems. Such systems
are becoming increasingly important, especially in the automotive industry. Test tools
from dSPACE support automobile manufacturers in developing and implementing their
products. From the initial idea up to start of
production, our products help avoid errors
in electronic systems and increase vehicle
safety.
Success Through Innovation
What’s the secret behind dSPACE’s continuous growth? Using cutting-edge technologies, paying close attention to customers’
requirements – and our highly motivated
employees. To strengthen our technical lead,
we cooperate closely with partners from
industry and universities and constantly
develop new innovations for the dSPACE
tool chain.
International Presence
Ever since it was founded, dSPACE has
focused on the international market.
In addition to dSPACE GmbH in Paderborn,
Germany, local dSPACE companies were
set up in the USA (in 1991), the United
Kingdom (in 2001), France (in 2001), Japan
(in 2006), and China (in 2008). The dSPACE
Project Centers Munich, Stuttgart, and Wolfs­
burg offer professional on-site consulting for
our customers. Last but not least, numerous
distributors provide support in other countries.
About dSPACE
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University of Paderborn
Offers for Universities
dSPACE offers highly attractive product
packages for university users:
nA
CE (Advanced Control Education) Kits:
real-time development systems with
powerful simulation hardware and comprehensive software tools
nC
lassRoom Kits: special university licenses
for laboratory software workstations
nU
niversity Offers: single-workstation
licenses for university research
An ACE Kit Enables You To …
nT
est complex controller systems in real time
nD
evelop high-end controls – from block
diagram design to online controller optimization
nW
ork under easy-to-use, intuitive Windows® tools
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Implement your Simulink® models on
dSPACE real-time hardware in seconds
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Observe the effects of parameter changes
on your system's behavior
ACE Kit Versions
There are several product packages for
you to choose from.
n
ACE Kit 1104 as a cost-effective base
package
nA
CE Kit 1103 and ACE Kit MicroLabBox
for complex rapid control prototyping tasks
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Offers for Universities
nA
CE
Kit MicroAutoBox for rapid control
prototyping experiments in laboratories
and vehicles
nA
CE Kit 1005, ACE Kit 1006 and ACE Kit
1007, the basis of modular dSPACE systems for rapid control prototyping and
hardware-in-the-loop-simulation
nA
CE Kit SCALEXIO® for hardware-in-theloop simulation
All ACE Kits include software for seamlessly
integrating the modeling tools MATLAB®/
Simulink® and for working with the realtime hardware. The price of each kit is
much lower than the total for all its individual components.
Example of a ClassRoom Kit
The ASM.edu package is based on simulation models and graphical parameterization
software. The package is available with a
special classroom license for educational
purposes.
Note on University Offers
Several other dSPACE products are available
at a reduced price. For example, a special
university license is available for TargetLink®.
Applications at Universities
Confidence in dSPACE
Market leaders in industry trust dSPACE
products. Our real-time development systems are used in a wide variety of applications, not only in industrial research and
development, but also in university laboratories. Here are just some of the applications
where universities used dSPACE products:
University of Stuttgart, Germany:
Control Concepts for Ultralight Architectural
Structures
Lightweight, safe, sustainable, and economical with materials – modern structures
like buildings and bridges have to be all
that. But they also have to stand up to constant stresses such as snow and wind. So
that future buildings can use less material
but still cope with extreme events, the University of Stuttgart is investigating ultralight,
adaptive structures with intelligent hydraulics that compensate for a wide range of
different stresses.
RWTH Aachen University, Germany:
SmartCUT: Safe Surgery
A semiautomatic, handheld surgical saw
for safe osteotemies, i.e., cutting through
bone in neurological (head) and cardiothoracic (heart and chest) surgery. The saw
is an intelligent instrument that cooperates
with the surgeon in a particular way. While
the human surgeon guides the instrument
at the surface and performs high-level
process control, the depth of the incision
in the bone is determined completely
automatically via computer tomography,
ultrasound, or optical sensors, with the help
of dSPACE real-time hardware.
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 1/2014;
Quick Link1): 1835)
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 1/2013;
Quick Link1): 1781)
The University of Texas at Austin, USA:
Active Suspension Control Design for Off-Road
Applications
Active suspensions aim to boost the speed
and comfort of off-road vehicles. Prototypes
can be used to demonstrate the efficiency
of active systems on wheeled and tracked
University of Stuttgart, Germany
University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
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Applications at Universities
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Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Technical University of Berlin, Germany
vehicles. The University of Texas Center for
Electromechanics (CEM) has been conducting research and development on active
suspension technology for over 20 years,
and has established a model-based design
and validation approach for developing
hardware prototypes quickly and econom­
ically.
Tampere University of Technology, Finnland:
Continuously Variable Transmission for Tractors
Tampere University carried out a comprehensive market evaluation for Valtra, but
could not find an optimal continuously variable transmission for its tractors. So Valtra
and the university team developed one
themselves. Static computation models and
dSPACE helped tailor a solution to meet
Valtra's high requirements.
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 2/2012;
Quick Link1): 1719)
University of Kaiserslautern, Germany:
Autonomous Vehicles for Horticulture and
Agriculture
Intelligent sensors, GPS-based automatic
steering systems with centimeter-level accuracy, robots and autonomous vehicles are
the next major step in agricultural engineering. To meet these enormous technological
challenges, new creative approaches and
interdisciplinary thinking are needed. The
Institute of Mechatronics in Mechanical and
Automotive Engineering (MEC) at the University of Kaiserslautern set up a team of
students to take on this task. Together, the
students developed an autonomous vehicle
for field use.
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 1/2013;
Quick Link1): 1782)
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Applications at Universities
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 1/2012;
Quick Link1): 1675)
Technical University of Berlin, Germany:
IFSys: Intelligent Flying System
A student project founded by the TU Berlin
engages in developing an Unmanned Aerial
System (UAS) used for environmental research and telecommunication. Students
benefit from opportunities to research innovative flight control approaches, mission
systems to improve autonomy, and sensors
for exploration tasks, and to perform real
test flights on a low-cost platform.
(Source: dSPACE website, March 2011;
Quick Link1): 1639)
University of Tokyo, Japan:
Baseball-Playing Robot
Ultra-high-speed robots are expected to
open up new fields of applications. With
Technical University of Hanover, Germany
Some of Our University Customers
nDelft
extremely high kinematic performance and
stupendous cognitive capabilities, they surpass human processing ability and challenge the limitations of machines. A project
at the University of Tokyo demonstrates the
current state of research, with two robots
that can throw a ball and bat perfectly.
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 2/2010);
Quick Link1): 1358)
Technical University of Hanover, Germany:
Simulators for Power Generation Steam Turbines
Simulating the functionality of a turbine
control in the laboratory has numerous
advantages. It not only saves cost and time,
it also makes it possible to perform critical
tests that would stretch the limits of real
systems. Standardized tests helped in error
finding and in developing reliable, longlived turbines that will ensure an energy
supply for years to come.
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 1/2012;
Quick Link1): 1671)
1)
To download the complete article, go to
www.dspace.com/go/quicklink and enter
the quick link code.
University of Technology,
The Netherlands
n Eindhoven University of Technology,
The Netherlands
nE
NS Cachan, France
nE
NSEEIHT, France
nE
STACA, France
nE
TH Zurich, Switzerland
n
Harvard University, MA, USA
n
Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
nAalen University, Germany
n
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT),
MA, USA
n
Mississippi State University, MS, USA
n
National University of Singapore, Singapore
n
Ohio State University, OH, USA
nPrinceton University, NJ, USA
n
RWTH Aachen, Germany
n
SUPELEC, France
n
Stanford University, CA, USA
nTampere University of Technology, Finland
nGraz University of Technology, Austria
n
Technical University of Munich, Germany
nTechnical University of Stuttgart, Germany
n
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
nSapienza University, Italy
n
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
nUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand
nUniversity of Michigan, MI, USA
n
University of New South Wales, Australia
n
University of Oxford, UK
nUniversity of Paderborn, Germany
nUniversity of Tokyo, Japan
n
University of Toronto, Canada
n
Victoria University of Technology, Australia
n
West Virginia University, WV, USA
Applications at Universities
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Working with dSPACE Systems
Implementing a Model with Real-Time Interface (RTI)
3. Graphical I/O Configuration
After testing your model in Simulink, you
need to prepare it for implementation on
the real-time hardware. The plant model is
replaced by I/O blocks that form the interfaces to the real controlled system. To add
an I/O model, simply copy a block from the
dSPACE RTI library and place it at the appropriate location.
Design of the controller and the model of the controlled system within a MathWorks MATLAB /
Simulink development environment.
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1. Model Design with Simulink
In this example, a block diagram shows the
closed control loop of the positioning system for a hard disk drive.
2. Simulation in Simulink
A signal generator block produces the reference signal, while scopes can display the
signals for a chosen time span.
4. Parameter Specification
I/O parameters are specified by doubleclicking an I/O block and entering the data
in graphical user interfaces. In this example,
the input signals are the feedback value and
the reference signal. The reference signal
now comes from an external signal generator and is read in by an ADC block. The output signal from the controller is the control
signal u_M, which is output by the hardware via a DAC block.
The plant model in Simulink is replaced by I/O components. I/O parameters can be specified by double-clicking an I/O block and entering data in graphical user interfaces.
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5. Implementation on dSPACE Hardware
Automatic implementation of the Simulink
model on dSPACE hardware is the key to
rapid design iterations. With RTI you do not
see a single line of code during this process.
A single click on the Build button starts the
implementation, which includes code generation, compiling, and downloading. The
integration algorithm and step size can be
selected beforehand. Build procedures can
also be automated with the help of scripts.
This is especially helpful for large models.
6. Interaction with Experiment Software
When the application is running on the
real-time hardware, the entire dSPACE
experiment software is at your disposal.
RTI ensures that you have control over
each individual variable immediately after
the implementation process. ControlDesk®
provides a virtual instrument panel where
you can change parameters and monitor
signals – without regenerating the code.
ControlDesk also displays the time histories
of any variable used by your application.
Working with dSPACE Systems
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dSPACE Software Products
SystemDesk®
nGraphical
modeling for convenient
work with complex systems
nExchanging and integrating software
descriptions to improve OEM/supplier
processes
nInteraction with TargetLink®
nIntegrating software architectures
on ECUs
nGenerating virtual ECUs
nIdentifying functional errors early and
verifying distributed systems
nComplete tool automation
SystemDesk is a software architecture tool
supporting the development of distributed
automotive electrics/electronics (E/E) systems and subsystems:
nDesigning
nModeling
single software components
software architectures and
systems
nFormalizing the hardware topologies
and network communication
nGenerating virtual ECUs for verification
and validation
nProcess support: importing/exporting
ARXML files, scripting, connecting to
requirements management systems, etc.
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SystemDesk supports the AUTOSAR standard. For example, you can describe software components according to AUTOSAR
and import existing components into
SystemDesk for further processing.
SystemDesk works hand in hand with
TargetLink, dSPACE's code generator.
You can use the code generated by TargetLink in SystemDesk architectures. To design
the actual functions, you can use wellestablished tools such as Simulink®/Stateflow®. In addition to modeling with SystemDesk, you can also generate virtual ECUs
and create simulation systems. These are
executed on VEOS®, the dSPACE platform
for PC-based simulation, for early verification of ECU behavior.
Real-Time Interface
n
Automatic
implementation of MATLAB /
Simulink /Stateflow models on dSPACE
hardware
n
Automatic code generation
n
Graphically supported I/O configuration
via comprehensive Simulink block
libraries
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®
No matter whether you are performing rapid
control prototyping or hardware-in-the-loop
simulation: Real-Time Interface (RTI) is the
link between dSPACE hardware and the
development software MATLAB/Simulink/
Stateflow from MathWorks. RTI lets you
concentrate fully on the actual design process and carry out fast design iterations.
It extends the Simulink® Coder™ (formerly
Real-Time Workshop® and Stateflow®
Coder™) and allows seamless, automatic
implementation of your Simulink and Stateflow models on the real-time hardware.
This greatly reduces implementation time.
The hardware configuration for the realtime application is guided by automatic
consistency checks to avoid parameterization errors.
RTI Extensions at a Glance
nRTI for Multiprocessor Systems
nRTI CAN Blockset and RTI CAN
MultiMessage Blockset for combining
dSPACE systems with CAN communi­
cation networks
nRTI LIN MultiMessage Blockset for
combining dSPACE systems with LIN
communication networks
nRTI Bypass Blockset for dialog-based
configuration of bypass applications
ndSPACE FlexRay Configuration Package
for configuring dSPACE systems in
FlexRay communication networks
nRTI AUTOSAR Package for using
AUTOSAR software components in
a MATLAB/Simulink environment
nRTI FPGA Programming Blockset for
integrating FPGA models in dSPACE
systems
ndSPACE Ethernet Blocksets for connecting
dSPACE systems to Ethernet devices
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ControlDesk® Next Generation
nUniversal,
modular experiment and
instrumentation software for ECU
development
nIntegrated ECU calibration, measurement and diagnostics access (CCP,
XCP, ODX)
nSynchronized data capture across
ECUs, RCP and HIL platforms, and
bus systems
nPowerful layout creation, measurement and post-processing
ControlDesk Next Generation is the dSPACE
experiment software for seamless ECU development. It performs all the necessary tasks
and gives you a single working environment,
from the start of experimentation right to
the end. These are some of the tasks it can
be used for:
nRapid control prototyping (fullpass,
bypass)
nHardware-in-the-loop simulation
nECU measurement, calibration, and
diagnostics
nAccess to bus systems (CAN, LIN,
FlexRay)
nVirtual validation with dSPACE VEOS1)
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For further information on virtual validation, please see www.dspace.com/go/viva_en
dSPACE Software Products
Virtual
Validation1)
Rapid Control
Prototyping
(fullpass, bypass)
Hardware-in-theLoop Simulation
ECU
(measurement,
calibration, diagnostics)
Vehicle Bus
System
Synchronous access to all platforms and devices
CAN
LIN
PC-based
offline simulation
1)
FlexRay
For further information on virtual validation, please see www.dspace.com/go/viva_en
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Platform API Package
nPackage
with automation libraries
for accessing dSPACE systems
nSupports Python and any other .NETcompatible language
nComplies with ASAM HIL API standard
The Platform API Package contains a set
of libraries for accessing dSPACE real-time
platforms and dSPACE VEOS®, and makes
it easy to download, start and stop models.
In addition, it also provides access to the
model variants to read, write, stimulate,
capture, etc. Write your own test scripts to
access the parameters and signals of your
simulation.
Functionality
Description
HIL API MA (Model
Access) Port Implemented in Python
or .NET
nCompatible with the programming interface of the ASAM HIL API 1.0 standard
nReading, writing, stimulating and capturing model variables on dSPACE real-time platforms and
dSPACE VEOS
nCapturing functions with highly flexible conditions for start and stop triggers
nDirect access from Python (HIL API MA (Model Access) Port Implemented in Python)
nDirect access from C#, C++/CLI and MATLAB via the HIL API MA (Model Access) Port Implementation
in .NET
Platform Management API
nProgramming interface to download, start and stop a model running on a dSPACE real-time platform
RTPLIB2
nReuse of existing RTPLIB scripts for dSPACE SCALEXO
or on dSPACE VEOS
nProgramming interface to dSPACE HIL platforms
nSupports the reading, writing and capturing of model variables on dSPACE real-time platforms
nSuccessor of RTPLIB
nDirect access from Python
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ConfigurationDesk®
nFor
RapidPro hardware configuration,
diagnostics handling, project
management, and wiring information
nConfiguration and implementation
software for dSPACE SCALEXIO®
hardware
ConfigurationDesk is a stand-alone
Windows® application for the efficient
configuration of the RapidPro hardware.
Furthermore, the software supports you
when wiring the RapidPro hardware to
sensors and actuators, and enables you
to monitor the hardware states during
operation.
For SCALEXIO, ConfigurationDesk enables
a graphical representation of the real-time
application, the management of signal paths
between external devices and behavior
model interfaces, and the implementation
of behavior models and I/O function code.
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TargetLink®
Generates high-quality production
code directly from Simulink®/Stateflow®
n Integrated simulation and testing
n AUTOSAR support
n Certified for IEC 61508 and ISO 26262
n
TargetLink is a dSPACE software system that
automatically generates production code
(C code) directly from the MATLAB®/
Simulink/Stateflow graphical development
environment. The code generation options
range from plain ANSI C code to fixed-point
or floating-point code that is optimized for
specific processors. Comprehensive options
for configuring code or variable properties
let you customize the production code
appearance and the variable use.
Converting graphical models directly into
production code ensures perfect consistency
between the model and the code at all
times. Since the same model always results
in the same proven code, TargetLink’s code
generation is deterministic and thus guarantees the highest software quality. Each and
every step can be tested against the specification via the built-in simulation features.
This allows early verification and translates
directly into cost reduction. Costs are reduced, for example, because the ECU software contains fewer expensive errors.
Modules for TargetLink
Target Simulation Module
nFor testing the generated code on evaluation boards
Target Optimization Module
nFor target-specific, optimized code generation
TargetLink Module for Operating Systems
nFor OSEK/VDX-compliant operating systems
TargetLink AUTOSAR Module
nFor developing AUTOSAR software components
Many third-party tools are available for TargetLink.
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VEOS®
Early validation of controller functions
and ECU software via PC-based
simulation
n Simulink-based function development
n No additional hardware necessary
n CAN bus communication simulated
in ECU networks
n
dSPACE VEOS is a simulation platform for
testing new controller and ECU functions
simply and quickly. VEOS runs on a standard PC, so no additional hardware is needed. New controller functions are loaded to
VEOS – for example, from Simulink® – and
simulated and tested directly on a developer
PC. In SystemDesk, you can integrate existing ECU software with the new functions to
a virtual ECU to test how they interact. You
can also connect several simulated ECUs via
virtual CAN buses to test them as a network.
The different models – controller models,
plant models and virtual ECUs – are integrated and connected in the VEOS Player.
Visualization and calibration are performed
graphically in ControlDesk® Next Generation to ensure clear and intuitive handling.
To make the ECU's simulation environment
as realistic as possible, you can also use
complex simulation models with VEOS in
addition to the functions. They can be
Simulink environment models or dSPACE
Automotive Simulation Models.
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Automotive Simulation Models
Open MATLAB®/Simulink® models
Real-time simulation and offline
simulation
n Virtual vehicle simulations with
drivetrain, electrics and traffic
n Turn-key solution with
dSPACE Simulator
n
n
The Automotive Simulation Models (ASMs)
are open Simulink models for the real-time
simulation of automotive applications like
diesel and gasoline engines, vehicle dynamics, electrical systems and traffic. The models
are used for model-based function development and in ECU tests on a hardware-inthe-loop (HIL) simulator. You can easily supplement or replace them by custom models
to optimally adapt the properties of modeled components to your requirements.
Open Models
For optimum support of customer-specific
requirements, dSPACE has chosen an open
model concept. You can view the models
right down to the level of standard Simulink
blocks. The dSPACE Automotive Simulation
Models therefore provide enormous flexibil-
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ity for projects that require tailor-made simulation models. The open model approach
allows perfect adaptation to individual projects and requirements. This is done by modifying models or by replacing or adding
components.
Virtual Vehicle
dSPACE designed the dSPACE Automotive
Simulation Models as coordinated, combinable models that can be extended however
required, even to create an entire virtual
vehicle. In addition to models for electric
motors and gasoline and diesel engines,
there are models for vehicle dynamics,
brake hydraulics, pneumatics, the vehicle
electrical system, and traffic. Combined
models interoperate in one simulation.
ASM.edu
Modular Simulink® models
Graphical parameterization process
n Easily extendable to make a virtual
vehicle (complex engine simulation,
traffic simulation, brake hydraulics,
truck and trailer, etc.)
n Real-time performance on a PC
n
Vehicle Dynamics Models
n
The ASM Vehicle Dynamics model is modeled
as a nonlinear vehicle multibody system
with geometrical or table-based suspension
kinematics and table-based compliance. All
the models are based on MATLAB/Simulink.
dSPACE Automotive Simulation Models
(ASMs) are available with a special classroom license for educational purposes.
Engine models
The ASM engine models represent the
physical engine characteristics by a meanvalue engine model with crank-angle-based
torque generation, turbocharger, exhaust
gas recirculation, dynamic manifold pressure, temperature calculation, and direct
and manifold injection models. All models
are based on MATLAB®/Simulink®.
Features at a Glance
nEngine applications with up to
20 cylinders
nLongitudinal drivetrain and driver
model for standard cycles
Model Extensions
An exhaust gas turbocharger that consists
of a compressor, a turbine and a turbo charger shaft can be simulated with ASM Turbocharger.
Features at a Glance
nMultibody system with 24 degrees
of freedom
nEnvironment model including road,
driver, and maneuvers
nModular, library-based implementation
Model Extensions
ASM Traffic is used for modeling the traffic
around the ASM vehicle. The sensor simulation enables users to develop driver assistance systems such as ACC or Car2Car
communication. ModelDesk’s built-in Traffic
Creator is the user interface for very flexible,
easy traffic scenario definition.
ESP braking systems can be simulated with
ASM Brake Hydraulics or ASM Pneumatics.
The models contain all the components
needed for simulating a standard ESP braking system.
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ModelDesk
ModelDesk is the graphical user interface for
simulation, intuitive model parameterization
and parameter set management.
nOffline and online simulation
nParameter set management
nRoad generator
nCreating driving maneuvers and traffic
scenarios
nTool automation
nCustom model parameterization
MotionDesk
MotionDesk animates the vehicle dynamics
simulation results in a 3-D view.
n3-D online animation of simulated
mechanical systems
nIntuitive graphical scene design
nComprehensive 3-D object library,
supports objects in COLLADA or VRML2
format
nMultitrack mode for synchronized replay
of multiple simulations
nSlow and fast motion
ASM.edu Program Conditions
dSPACE Automotive Simulation Models are
available with a special university license.
The PC-based simulation models are an ideal
teaching aid in engineering courses. Students
can investigate the effects of various configurations directly via simulation. Please
note the following conditions:
nASM.edu is available with floating
network licenses.
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nTool
coupling with ModelDesk
new rendering engine
nCompletely
nThe
program requires a minimum of
10 licenses for a classroom.
nUse of the software is strictly limited to
teaching purposes. Research work for
academic degrees can be performed with
the ASM.edu license.
nAs part of the program, users are asked
to provide a report on how the software
was used.
dSPACE Hardware Products
DS1103 PPC Controller Board
n Single-board
system with real-time
processor and comprehensive I/O
nCAN interface and serial interfaces
ideal for automotive applications
nHigh I/O speed and accuracy
nPLL-driven UART for accurate baud
rate selection
The DS1103 is an all-rounder in rapid control prototyping. You can mount it in a
dSPACE Expansion Box or dSPACE AutoBox
to test your control functions in the laboratory or in a real vehicle. Its processing power
and fast I/O make a real difference in applications that involve numerous actuators
and sensors. Used with Real-Time Interface
(RTI), the controller board is fully programmable from the Simulink® block diagram
environment. You can configure all I/O
graphically by using RTI. This is a quick and
easy way to implement your control functions on the board.
ISA Bus
PC
Slave DSP I/O
Host
Interface
PowerPC
750GX
96 MB
Communication
SDRAM
PWM
1 x 3-Phase
4 x 1-Phase
4 Capture
Inputs
Local Bus
32 MB
Application
SDRAM
2 General
Purpose
Timers
Interrupt
Controller
TMS320F240
DSP
Analog Input
16 ch. 10-bit
Dual Port
RAM
Serial
Peripheral
Interface
Serial
Communication
Interface
16-/ 32-bit I/O Bus
ADC
20 channels
16-bit
DAC
8 channels
16-bit
Incr. Encoder
7 channels
Digital I/O
32 channels
Serial
Interface
RS232/RS422
Dual Port
RAM
Digital I/O
18 bits
CAN Interface
on 80C164
Master PPC I/O
DS1103
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DS1104 R&D Controller Board
Single-board system with real-time
hardware and comprehensive I/O
n Cost-effective
n PCI hardware for use in PCs
n
NEW: Variant with PCIe host interface
n
The DS1104 R&D Controller Board upgrades
your PC to a powerful development system
for rapid control prototyping. Real-Time
Interface (RTI) provides Simulink® blocks for
graphical I/O configuration. With Real-Time
Interface, you can easily run your function
models on the DS1104 R&D Controller
Board. You can configure all I/O graphically,
PCI Bus / PCIe x 1 Bus
insert the blocks into a Simulink block diagram, and generate the model code via
Simulink Coder™. The real-time model is
compiled, downloaded, and started automatically. This minimizes implementation
time. You can install the board in virtually
any PC with a free 5 V PCI or PCIe slot.
PC
Slave
DSP I/O
PWM
1 x 3-Phase
4 x 1-Phase
PCI Interface /
PCIe Interface
Interrupt Control
Unit
32 MB
SDRAM
Timers
TMS320F240
DSP
4 Capture
Inputs
Dual Port
RAM
Serial
peripheral
interface
Memory Controller
8 MB Flash
Memory
PowerPC 603e
Digital I/O
14 bits
24-bit I/O Bus
ADC
4 ch. 16-bit
4 ch. 12-bit
DAC
8 channels
16-bit
Master PPC I/O
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Incr. Encoder
2 channels
Digital I/O
20 bits
Serial Interface
RS232/RS485/
RS422
DS1104
DS1005 PPC Board
n
PowerPC 750GX running at 1 GHz
programmable from Simulink®
nHigh-speed connection to all dSPACE
I/O boards via PHS bus
nMultiprocessor system of several
DS1005 PPC Boards via fiber-optic
connection (Gigalink)
nFully
The DS1005 features a PowerPC 750GX
processor running at 1 GHz, so it has ample
power for a vast number of use cases with
low I/O latencies. If you need more computing power, you can combine several DS1005
PPC Boards to a multiprocessor system.
DS910 Gigalink
Module
Further
DS1005s
PowerPC
750GX
64 MB
Global RAM
Global Bus
64 MB
Global RAM
I/O Boards
16 MB Boot
Flash
PHS-Bus
Interface
Local Bus
1 MB Level 2
Cache
PHS Bus
Supervisor
Peripheral Bus
Global Bus
Serial
Interface
Interrupt
Controller
External
Timers
Host
Interface
DS1005
ISA Bus
PC
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DS1006 Processor Board
n Quad-Core
AMD Opteron™ processor
at 2.8 GHz
n Fully programmable from Simulink®
n High-speed connection to all dSPACE
I/O boards via PHS bus
n Multiprocessor system of several DS1006
Processor Boards with fiber-optic
connections (Gigalink)
The DS1006 processor board is our flagship
for very complex, large, and processingintensive models – for example, for power­
train and virtual vehicle simulations. The
board is based on the AMD Opteron™, x86compatible 64-bit server multi-core processor. It provides 512 kB L2 cache per core
and 6 MB shared L3 cache. The DS1006
DS911 Gigalink
module
1 ... 4
Further
DS1006s
Firmware
flash
also has 1 GB of local memory for executing
real-time models, 128 MB global memory
per core for exchanging data with the host
PC, and 2 MB on-board boot flash memory,
plus an optional application flash memory
on a CompactFlash card for automatic, host-­
independent booting of real-time applications.
Compact
Flash
PHS Bus
I/O Boards
1024 MB
local RAM
Chipset
AMD
OpteronTM
(Quad-Core)
128 MB
global RAM
Bus arbiter
PHS-Bus
Interface
External
Timers
Peripheral Bus (32 bit)
Host
Interface
Interrupt
Controller
Watchdog
Timer A (32 bit)
Timer B (32 bit)
Timer C (64 bit)
ISA Bus
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PC
Internal
Gigalink
connection
DS1006
NEW: DS1007 PPC Processor Board
n
n
n
n
n
Freescale QorlQ P5020, dual-core
processor at 2 GHz
Fully programmable from Simulink®
High-speed connection to all dSPACE I/O
boards via PHS bus
Integrated Ethernet host interface
Two Gb Ethernet I/O Interfaces
USB interface for mass storage
The DS1007 has a 2 GHz dual-core PowerPC
and is the ideal solution for applications
with a high I/O load and short model cycles.
Its powerful dual-core processor enables the
distribution of large real-time models across
the two cores. The DS1007 has two broadband, low-latency Gb Ethernet interfaces
for data transfer with existing laboratory
devices. In stand-alone operation without
a host PC, you can start the real-time application directly from the board's flash
memory and store measurement data to a
USB mass storage device. In addition, the
DS1007 has an integrated Ethernet host
interface with a data throughput of more
than 20 MB/s.
PHS bus
I/O boards
RAM
2 x 512MB
Flash
128MB
RAM
256MB
Flash
64MB
I/O boards
PHS-bus
interface
Real-Time
Processor
(P5020)
Interrupt
controller
Host
communication
coprocessor
(P1011)
Ethernet
Switch
Real-Time
Clock (RTC)
Local Bus
n
Timer A (32 bit)
Timer B (32 bit)
Timer D (32 bit)
Internal
Gigalink
connection
USB 2.0
UART
DS1007
ECU
Ethernet
PC
RS232
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NEW: MicroLabBox1)
nCompact
all-in-one system for laboratory
purposes
n Freescale QorlQ P5020, dual-core
processor at 2 GHz
n User-programmable Xilinx®
Kintex™-­7 FPGA
n Powerful I/O with over 100 channels
n Electric motor control
n Ethernet and CAN bus interfaces
n Fully programmable from Simulink®
Application Areas
With MicroLabBox, dSPACE introduces an
entirely new system – a compact development
system for laboratory use that is very powerful and versatile, despite its low system costs
and small size. MicroLabBox enables you
to set up your control, test or measurement
applications quickly and easily. Over 100
channels of different I/O interface types
make MicroLabBox a versatile system that
can be used in research and development
tasks for many mechatronics applications,
such as robotics, medical engineering, electric drive control, renewable energy, automotive engineering, and aerospace.
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Key Benefits
High computing power combined with very
low I/O latencies provide great real-time
performance. A programmable FPGA gives
you a high degree of flexibility and enables
you to run even extremely fast control
loops, as required in applications such as
electric motor control or active noise and
vibration cancellation. MicroLabBox is supported by a comprehensive dSPACE software package. This software package includes Real-Time Interface (RTI) for Simulink
for model-based I/O integration, and the
experiment software ControlDesk® Next
Generation whose graphical instruments
provide access to the real-time application
during run time.
Preliminary information. This product is planned to be available at the end of 2014.
All information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Simple Wiring and Connector Concept
To make wiring as easy as possible, MicroLabBox has common connectors that are
often used in laboratories (BNC connectors
and banana plugs).
MicroLabBox is available in two connector
panel variants, each offering a different
placement of I/O connectors. The top panel
variant provides Sub-D and BNC connectors
and allows easy access to the I/O when the
MicroLabBox is located on a desk.
The front panel variant provides Sub-D connectors, for quick connection in a stack of
other laboratory equipment.
Features at a Glance
The new MicroLabBox offers:
n Freescale QorlQ P5020, dual-core
processor at 2 GHz
nKintex™-7 FPGA
n Gigabit Ethernet host interface
n Digital I/O:
48 x bidirectional channels 2.5/3.3/5 V
(single-ended),
12 x bidirectional channels RS422/485
(differential),
Functionality:
Bit I/O, PWM I/O, SPI master, functions
for electric motor control
n Analog in:
8 x 10 MSPS, 14-bit channels ± 10 V
1)
(differential),
24 x 1 MSPS, 16-bit channels ± 10 V
(differential),
Functionality:
Single, burst, or external trigger
measurement
n Analog out:
16 x 1 MSPS, 16-bit channels ± 10 V
n I/O functionality for electric motor control
(for up to two electric motors) 2 x
different encoder interfaces
2 x Hall sensor inputs,
2 x resolver interfaces1),
2 x SSI1),
2 x EnDat1),
Multichannel PWM,
Block commutation PWM
n 2 x UART (RS232/422/485), universal
application
n 2 x CAN interfaces
n 2 x Ethernet I/O interfaces
n Sensor supply: 1 x 12 V fixed,
1 x 2 ... 20 V variable
n USB connector for data logging on
a mass storage device
n Programmable buzzer and status LEDs
n Compact size:
Approx. 310 x 250 x 115 mm
(12.2 x 9.8 x 4.5 in)
n Temperature range: 0 ... 50°C (ambient
temperature)
n Anti-theft Kensington® lock
Planned for later versions.
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MicroAutoBox II
n
Comprehensive I/O including CAN,
LIN, K-Line, FlexRay, Ethernet and
LVDS/bypass interfaces1)
nRobust and compact design ideal for
in-vehicle prototyping
n Available with Simulink-programmable
FPGA and additional embedded PC
nIBM PowerPC running at 900 MHz
n
NEW: Piggyback module with CAN
FD interfaces
MicroAutoBox is a real-time system for performing fast function prototyping in fullpass
and bypass scenarios.
The special strength of the MicroAutoBox
hardware is its unique combination of high
performance, comprehensive I/O, and an
extremely compact and robust design for
use in vehicles. In addition to the standard
I/O, MicroAutoBox offers variants with interfaces for all major automotive bus systems:
CAN, CAN FD, LIN, K-Line, FlexRay and Ethernet.
Simulink-Programmable FPGA
The FPGA technology integrated in MicroAutoBox II addresses new use scenarios.
Using its parallel processing capabilities, you
can implement very fast control loops and
computation-intensive data preprocessing
algorithms.
The MicroAutoBox 1401/1511/1512 and
1401/1512/1513 have an FPGA that can be
programmed in a Simulink environment.
You can extend the I/O of this variant by
using piggyback modules.
You can use MicroAutoBox for many different rapid control prototyping (RCP) applications in vehicles, laboratories, or at test
benches. Possible applications include
vehicles, electric drives control, aerospace,
and many more.
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I/O and interfaces offered depend on the MicroAutoBox variant.
Using the RTI FPGA Programming Blockset requires additional software, such as products from Xilinx®.
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16 MB
local RAM
Clock/
calendar
64-Bit Global Bus
Watchdog
USB
Connector
(LEMO)
ECU
interface
Connector
(LEMO)
ECU
interface
Connector
(LEMO)
Ethernet
I/O
interface
Connector
(LEMO)
Signal Generation/
Measurement
Signal
Conditioning
CAN/LIN/serial
module
Physical
CAN/serial
CAN/LIN/serial
module
Physical
CAN/serial
CAN/LIN/serial
module
Physical
CAN/serial
Digital I/O
(FPGA-based)
Signal
conditioning
& protection
32-channel
16-bit ADC
Signal
conditioning
& protection
8-channel
16-bit DAC
Signal driver
& protection
Signal Generation/
Measurement
Signal
Conditioning
I/O Connector
Performance
timer
Connector
(LEMO)
6 MB
communic.
memory
16 MB
flash
(non-volatile)
IP module slot
(e.g., for FlexRay)
IP module slot
(e.g., for FlexRay)
Programmable
FPGA
FPGA
extension slot
Optional signal
conditioning on DS1552
or ACMC Solution
Add-On Modules1)
I/O Connector
AC Motor Control Solution
The AC Motor Control (ACMC) Solution for
MicroAutoBox II upgrades the MicroAutoBox II 1401/1511/1512 to a compact, flexible development system for electric motor
control applications. The add-on module
comes with a dedicated RTI blockset to interface to the user´s control model.
Ethernet
host
interface
IBM PPC
750 GL
Local Bus/Intermodule Bus
MicroAutoBox Embedded PC
MicroAutoBox II with MicroAutoBox Embedded PC is a compact, shock- and vibrationproof system for in-vehicle use that combines two powerful hardware units. While
the actual control functions are being computed on the real-time prototyping unit of
the MicroAutoBox, additional applications
such as telematics, digital road maps and
camera-based object detection can run on
the integrated MicroAutoBox Embedded
PC. With all these possibilities, the system
provides immense potential for developing
advanced driver assistance, infotainment,
telematics and image processing applications. The robust execution of the Embedded PC and the internal connection to the
real-time prototyping unit is optimal for
in-vehicle use. The Embedded PC extensions
is available as Intel® Atom™ or Intel Core™ i7.
MicroAutoBox II 1401/1511/1512
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RapidPro
n
n
n
n
n
Scalable, modular, and configurable
signal conditioning
Compact and robust enclosure
For in-vehicle, laboratory, and test
bench use
Comprehensive software support
Application-specific configurations for
common application areas such as
engine or chassis control
The RapidPro hardware acts as an extension
to dSPACE prototyping systems. With their
compact and robust mechanical design, the
units are ideally suited for in-vehicle use,
and can also be used on test benches and
in laboratories. The enclosure is designed
so that you can use the units separately or
together as a stack. You can plug the hardware- and software-configurable signal
conditioning (SC) and power stage (PS)
modules into the RapidPro units to set up
individual systems that optimally fit the
needs of a particular application. Customerspecific modules are available on request.
The modular concept of the hardware- and
software-configurable units minimizes the
work involved in reusing, reconfiguring,
or extending them – for example in other
projects or if requirements change.
Several RapidPro units can be connected for use as one physical unit. RapidPro modules can easily be installed
in and removed from the units.
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SCALEXIO®
Hardware-in-the-loop system for
testing ECU software
n High channel flexibility for easy system
adjustments
n User-progammable FPGA
n Completely software-configurable
with ConfigurationDesk®
n
SCALEXIO is a scalable hardware-in-theloop (HIL) system that can easily be adjusted
to diverse project requirements via numerous
plug-in boards. To calculate large models
or complex algorithms, you can distribute
models across the processor cores of the
SCALEXIO Processing Unit. A further board,
the DS2655 FPGA Base Board, includes a
user-programmable Xilinx®
FIU & Power Switch Board
Kintex® FPGA.
You can program the programs for the
Signal Measurement Board
FPGA with the
dSPACE RTI
FPGA Programming Blockset.
Signal Generation Board
You can download the proBus Board
grams to the FPGA via dSPACE ConfigurationDesk. You can also configure the remaining components of the SCALEXIO system
in ConfigurationDesk.
Exchangeable load board
of the MultiCompact I/O unit
I/O subrack with HighFlex boards
(left) and MultiCompact unit (right)
SCALEXIO Processing Unit
with IOCNET Link Board
Battery simulation power
supply unit
DS2655 FPGA Base Board
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ACE Kits – Hardware and Software Bundles
ACE Kit Bundles
The ACE Kits are real-time development
systems with easy-to-use real-time hardware. All ACE Kits include software for
seamlessly integrating the standard modeling tools MATLAB® and Simulink® and for
working with the real-time hardware.
The price of each kit is much lower than the
total for all its individual components.
ACE Kit 11031)
Order Number
Scope of Supply
ACE1103_PX4
nDS1103 PPC Controller Board
nAdapter cable
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
nPX4 Expansion Box with high-speed serial host interface consisting of DS814, PC-side
PCI bus DS817 (default) or PCMCIA board DS815
ACE1103_PX4CP
nACE1103_PX4
nCP1103 Connector Panel
ACE1103_PX4CLP
nACE1103_PX4
nCLP1103 Connector/LED Panel
1)
The RTI CAN Blockset, which is needed for using the CAN interface of the controller board (see p. 21),
is optionally available for the ACE Kit.
ACE Kit 1104
Order Number
Scope of Supply
ACE1104_STD
nDS1104 R&D Controller Board
nAdapter cable
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE1104_CP
nACE1104_STD
nCP1104 Connector Panel
ACE1104_CLP
nACE1104_STD
nCLP1104 Connector/LED Panel
ACE1104_CLP
nDS1104 R&D Controller Board for the PCI Express slot
nAdapter cable
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
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ACE Kit 1005, ACE Kit 1006 and ACE Kit 1007
Order Number
Scope of Supply
ACE1005
nDS1005 PPC Board
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE1006_2.8GHZ
nDS1006 Processor Board with Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processor at 2.8 GHz
nCDP Control Development Software Package (for the use of one core)
nGNU C Compiler
ACE1006MC_USB
nDS1006 Processor Board with Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processor at 2.8 GHz
nCDP Control Development Software Package (for the use of all four cores)
nGNU C Compiler
ACE1007
nDS1007 PPC Processor Board with Freescale QorlQ P5020 dual-core processor at 2 GHz
nCDP Control Development Software Package (for the use of one core)
nGNU C Compiler
ACE1007MC_USB
nDS1007 PPC Processor Board with Freescale QorlQ P5020 dual-core processor at 2 GHz
nCDP Control Development Software Package (for the use of both cores)
nGNU C Compiler
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ACE Kit MicroAutoBox1)
Order Number
Scope of Supply
ACE_MABXII_1511
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL, 900 MHz
nDS1511 I/O Board, Link Board and serial high-speed patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE_MABXII_1511/15122)
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL, 900 MHz
nDS1511 and DS1512 I/O Boards, Link Board and serial high-speed patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE_MABXII_1513
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL, 900 MHz
nDS1513 I/O Board, Link Board and high-speed serial patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE_MABXII_1512/15132)
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL, 900 MHz
nDS1512 und DS1513 I/O Boards, Link Board and high-speed serial patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
As an option, various RTI blocksets are available for these ACE Kits (e.g., for accessing the CAN, LIN or
FlexRay interfaces of MicroAutoBox, see p. 28).
2)
FlexRay Module not included.
1)
ACE Kit MicroLabBox1)2)
Order Number
Scope of Supply
ACE_MLBX_1302F
nMicroLabBox with dual-core processor (2 GHz)
nFront-panel variant
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nQNX Compiler
ACE_MLBX_1302T
nMicroLabBox with dual-core processor (2 GHz)
nTop-panel variant
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nQNX Compiler
Preliminary information. This product is planned to be available at the end of 2014. All information
in this document is subject to change without notice.
2)
As an option, various RTI blocksets are available for the ACE Kits (e.g., to access the CAN interfaces
of MicroLabBox, see p. 26).
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ACE Kit SCALEXIO®
Order Number
Scope of Supply
ACE_SCLX
nSCALEXIO Real-Time PC rack with SCALEXIO Real-Time Library
nDS2502 IOCNET Link Board with 4 IOCNET ports und 6 angular processing units (APUs)
nControlDesk Next Generation Basic Version, ControlDesk Next Generation SCALEXIO
Platform, ConfigurationDesk – Implementation Version (100)
ACE_SCLX_MC
nSCALEXIO Real-Time PC rack with SCALEXIO Real-Time Library (MultiCore)
nDS2502 IOCNET Link Board with 4 IOCNET ports und 6 angular processing units (APUs)
nControlDesk Next Generation Basic Version, ControlDesk Next Generation SCALEXIO
Platform (MultiCore), ConfigurationDesk – Implementation Version (100) / (MultiCore)
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Other Modular Hardware
The ACE Kits 1005, 1006 and 1007 are the
core of dSPACE’s modular hardware. You
have to add different I/O boards depending
on your particular project. You might also
Modular Hardware
Description
DS2002/DS2003 Multi-Channel A/D Boards
A/D boards with various resolutions, channel numbers and speeds
DS2004 High-Speed A/D Board
16 high-speed A/D channels with high accuracy
DS2101/DS2102/DS2103 D/A Boards
D/A boards with various resolutions, channel numbers, and speeds
DS2202 HIL I/O Board
Ideal for body electronics, transmission, and component tests
DS2211 HIL I/O Board
Ideal for engine, powertrain, and vehicle dynamics applications
DS2302 Direct Digital Synthesis Board
For precise real-time signal generation
DS2401 Resistive Sensor Simulation Board
For simulating resistive sensors
DS3001 Incremental Encoder Interface Board
For capturing digital position signals
DS3002 Incremental Encoder Interface Board
For capturing digital and sinusoidal position signals
DS4002 Timing and Digital I/O Board
For generating and capturing digital signals
DS4003 Digital I/O Board
With a large number of digital I/O channels
DS4004 Digital I/O Board
96 bidirectional digital I/O channels with signal conditioning
DS4121 ECU Interface Board
Connects electronic control units to a dSPACE modular system
DS4201 Prototyping Board
Integrates custom-built circuits
DS4201-S Serial Interface Board
Interface for serial communication between a dSPACE system and external devices
DS4302 CAN Interface Board
Connects dSPACE systems to the CAN bus
DS4330 LIN Interface Board2)
Connects dSPACE systems to the LIN bus
Interface to MIL-STD 1553
Connects dSPACE systems to the MIL-STD-1553 serial bus
DS4505 FlexRay Interface Board
Connects dSPACE systems to a FlexRay bus system
DS5001 Digital Waveform Capture Board
For capturing digital signals
DS5101 Digital Waveform Output Board
For generating pulse patterns
DS5203 FPGA Board
Completely user-programmable via RTI FPGA Programming Blockset
SCRAMNet+ interface
Connects dSPACE systems to SCRAMNet+ networks
PROFIBUS interface
Connects dSPACE systems to PROFIBUS systems
ARINC 429 Interface
Connects dSPACE systems to the ARINC 429 avionics data bus
FPGA Base Board
For high-resolution signal preprocessing
PWM Measurement Solution
High-precision digital capturing of 3-phase PWM signals
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need various cables and other accessories
such as an expansion box to build your
dSPACE system.
Requires the RTI CAN or RTI CAN MultiMessage Blockset. For more information, see p. 11.
Requires the RTI LIN MultiMessage Blockset. For more information, see p. 11.
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Modular Hardware
Description
Position Sensor Simulation Solution
Simulates various position sensors
AC Motor Control Solution
Controls diverse AC motors
EMH Solution
Electric motor simulation
EtherCAT Slave Interface
Slave interface to an EtherCAT communication bus
100 Mbit/s Ethernet Interface
Interface to an Ethernet network
Additional I/O solutions
Additional solutions for I/O and buses that are not covered by our standard boards
Accessories
Various additional components are available for setting up a dSPACE system.
Products
Description
Expansion boxes
nBoxes for expanding the host PC for large dSPACE systems
nSpace for 4 (PX4), 10 (PX10) or 20 (PX20) dSPACE boards
nOptional: Link Board for connection to host PC
nOptional PC Link Boards for ISA, PCI, PCI Express, PCMCIA, ExpressCard or Ethernet
connection1)
nAvailable as desktop boxes (PX4, PX10 and PX20) or 19”-rack-mount version (PX10
and PX20)
AutoBox2)
nCompact expansion boxes for in-vehicle experiments
nSpace for 7 (AutoBox) or 14 (Tandem-AutoBox) dSPACE boards
nOptional: Link Board for connection to host PC
nOptional PC Link Boards for ISA, PCI, PCMCIA, ExpressCard or Ethernet connection
Connector and LED Panels
nEasy access to I/O signals with BNC and Sub-D connectors
nTwo enclosure options: 19“ rack or 19“ desktop box
nLow-density Sub-D connectors grouped according to I/O channels or functional units
nLED panels indicate the status of the board‘s digital signals
DS802 PHS Link Board
nFor using I/O boards in expansion boxes that do not have their own processor boards
nAllows the PHS bus to be partitioned by installing the I/O boards in several expansion
boxes, which can be up to 100 m apart.
1)
2)
Implemented via the host PC´s own Ethernet port.
The AutoBoxes cannot be used with the DS1006 Processor Board.
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ClassRoom Kits
TargetLink ClassRoom Kit: Industry's established production code generator
now available as three ClassRoom Kits for educational purposes
TargetLink® is available with special network
licenses for university teaching. The attractively priced, flexible network licenses are
ideal for teaching model-based development in classes of 10 students or more.
Combined with MEDKit as the hardware
platform for electric drive applications,
TargetLink is the ideal introduction to modelbased software development – As seen in
the example application at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University
(DHBW) in Stuttgart.
TargetLink and MEDKit: A strong team
for the model-based development of
electric drive controls
MEDKit
MEDKit on ARM is a hardware platform for
developing controls for electric drives.
Equipped with a powerful ARM Cortex M3
processor and a brushless DC motor, MEDKit is suitable for implementing and evaluating many of today's control processes.
MEDKit on ARM was developed specifically
for use in university laboratory classes. The
high availability of well-functioning teaching
aids is an essential factor in the success of
laboratory teaching – and MEDKit's robustness makes it the ideal choice. To help students get going quickly even with very little
previous knowledge, MEDKit includes sample Simulink and TargetLink models.
MEDKit can be connected to TargetLink as
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a processor-in-the-loop and as an independent development platform. With its generous power electronics, MEDKit can also be
used as the control electronics for electric
bikes.
Application Example:
TargetLink ClassRoom Kits and MEDKit in action at the DHBW in Stuttgart
Electric bicycles are a prime example of how
activities are stepping up in the promising
field of electromobility. Major vehicle manufacturers and suppliers have committed to
this technology and are developing – and
producing – electric bikes. They can apply
basic concepts and development tools from
automotive engineering, try them out and
develop them further for this new field. The
teaching concept developed at the BadenWürttemberg Cooperative State University
(DHBW) in Stuttgart, Germany, includes the
latest developments in model-based development and microcontroller technology.
TargetLink and MEDKit are combined to
develop various control concepts for the
drive and for battery management. The algorithms can then be implemented directly
on the microcontroller so the students can
experience them in action.
©
©
DHBW Stuttgart
The Pedelec teaching project in Electrical
Engineering at DHBW includes an interdisciplinary, "ridable" experimental bicycle that
helps coordinate and interlink course contents from different fields. The project
mainly focuses on model-based development, an increasingly widespread process in
industry that has had a modern lead application in classes at the DHBW since 2012.
The Electric Drives, Microcontroller Technology, Control Engineering, and Vehicle Electronics and Sensors laboratories were reorganized and reconstructed appropriately,
partly by students themselves in their research projects.
DHBW Stuttgart
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Application Cases
Motor Control with the ACMC Solution
Typical use cases for the AC Motor Control
Solution are highly dynamic control systems
for different types of AC motors (e.g., sample rate of 20-40 kHz). The ACMC solution
supports scenarios such as field-oriented
control of PMSMs or ASMs, control of
BLDCs, and prototyping new methods for
sensorless control. The ACMC solution is
available for modular hardware as well as
for the MicroAutoBox II and comes with
ready-to-use Simulink® electric motor control models.
PHS bus
DS1005/
DS1006
Control signals
or
Voltage signals
Piggyback module
in the
MicroAutoBox II
DS5202
Hall / Encoder
Resolver, SSI,
EnDat
EV1048
RapidPro Power Unit
RTI blockset
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Application Cases
Motor
Controller Optimization with HIL API MAPort
(Model Access Port)
HIL API MAPort (Model Access Port) is a
part of Platform API Package. HIL API MA
is a programing interface compliant with
the ASAM HIL API 1.0 standard and serves
for reading, writing, stimulating and capturing model variables on dSPACE real-time
platforms. In this application example for
the HIL API standard, a MATLAB M file optimizes the step responses of the closed control system by changing the proportional
gain KP of the controller. The ITAE criterion
(integral time-weighted absolute error) is
used as a cost function.
The ITAE criterion compares the control signal with the reference signal and computes
a new proportional gain to minimize the
difference between the control and the reference signal. The M file performs several
loops to find the optimum value for KP.
Various functions are called in each loop.
The HIL API MAPort functions capture the
control and reference signals and load this
data to the MATLAB workspace. MATLAB
then computes the ITAE value and the new
optimized KP and plots the result. Finally,
HIL API MA Port writes the new KP value
to the processor's memory.
Application Cases
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