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Contents
Facts About dSPACE
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Hardware
Offers for Universities
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DS1103 PPC Controller Board 20
Applications at Universities
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DS1104 R&D Controller Board 21
DS1005 PPC Board 22
DS1006 Processor Board 23
Use Cases
Implementing a Model with RTI
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MicroAutoBox II
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Induction Motor Control 10
RapidPro 26
Controller Optimization with MLIB/MTRACE
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Robotics 11
ACE Kits – Hardware and Software Bundles
Bypass-Based Prototyping 11
ACE Kit 1103 28
ACE Kit 1104
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ACE Kit MicroAutoBox
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Software
SystemDesk® 12
ACE Kit 1005 and ACE Kit 1006 29
Real-Time Interface (RTI) 13
ASM.edu
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ControlDesk® Next Generation
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MLIB/MTRACE 16
Other Exclusive Offers
ConfigurationDesk®
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RapidPro 34
TargetLink® 18
SystemDesk 35
Automotive Simulation Models
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TargetLink 35
Facts 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 20 years
later, founder and present-day president
Dr. Herbert Hanselmann heads the company
with more than 850 employees worldwide.
World Market Leader
dSPACE is the world’s leading supplier of tools
for developing and testing mechatronic
control systems. Such systems are becoming
more and more important, especially in the
automotive industry. Test tools from dSPACE
support automobile manufacturers such as
Audi, BMW and Toyota in developing and
implementing their products. From the initial
idea up to start of production, our products
help avoid errors in electronic systems,
thereby increasing vehicle safety.
Success Through Innovation
What’s the secret behind dSPACE’s successful 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 the headquarters in Paderborn, subsidiaries 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 near Munich
and Stuttgart offer professional consulting for
our customers in Southern Germany. Last
but not least, numerous distributors provide
support in other countries.
Facts
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© University of Paderborn
Offers for Universities
dSPACE has put together attractive product
packages for universities:
the ACE Kits – real-time development
systems consisting of powerful hardware
and comprehensive software tools.
An ACE Kit Enables You To …
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Test even the most complex control
systems in real time
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Develop high-end controls – from block
diagram design to online controller
optimization
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Work under easy-to-use, intuitive
Windows® interfaces
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mplement your Simulink® models on
dSPACE real-time hardware within
seconds
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bserve the effects of parameter
changes on your system’s behavior
ACE Kit Versions
dSPACE has several product packages
to choose from:
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CE Kit 1104 with the DS1104 R&D
Controller Board, a cost-effective base
package
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Offers for Universities
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CE
Kit 1103 with the DS1103 PPC
Controller Board for complicated tasks
in rapid control prototyping
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ACE Kit 1005 and ACE Kit 1006, the
basis of modular dSPACE systems for
rapid control prototyping and hardwarein-the-loop-simulation
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ACE Kit MicroAutoBox for rapid control
prototyping experiments in laboratories
and vehicles
All ACE Kits include software for seamlessly
integrating the modeling tools MATLAB®
and Simulink and for operating the real-time
hardware. The price of each kit is far lower
than the total of all its individual components.
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.
Several other dSPACE products are available
at a reduced price. For example, there is a
special classroom license for TargetLink®.
Applications at Universities
Confidence in dSPACE
Industrial leaders such as Airbus, Audi,
BMW, Boeing, Daimler, DENSO, Ford, GM,
NASA, Siemens, and Toyota rely on 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 Waterloo, Canada:
dSPACE Tools for UWAFT EcoCAR
The University of Waterloo Alternative Fuels
Team (UWAFT) is always looking for ways to
bring their work to a higher level. So when
they set out to build a vehicle for the EcoCAR Challenge, not only did they choose
a complex powertrain, but they also welcomed the chance to explore new methods
and technology that would significantly
change the vehicle development process.
University of Victoria, Canada:
Streamlined Vehicle Development
To develop a realistic vehicle propulsion
controller design for their extended-range
electric vehicle (E-REV), engineering students from the University of Victoria (UVic)
turned to dSPACE’s Automotive Simulation
Models. With this tool, they were able to
create a fully parameterized vehicle dynamics
model for all suspension and vehicle mass
distribution characteristics and all drivetrain
components, including an automated driver
capable of issuing both propulsion and
steering requests.
(Source: dSPACE Website, April 2011)
University of Tokyo, Japan:
Baseball-Playing Robot
Ultra-high-speed robots are expected to
open up new fields of applications. With
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)
(Source: dSPACE Website, April 2011)
EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge, USA
University of Tokyo, Japan
Applications at Universities
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University of Paderborn, Germany
Yokohama National University, Japan
University of Paderborn, Germany:
Fine-Tuning Formula Student Racing Car
To hold their own against the 77 other registered teams, in 2010 the UPBracing team
mainly concentrated on three new features
to reduce the weight of their racing car,
and also to boost its horsepower.
Yokohama National University, Japan:
Motion Control Algorithms for Electric Vehicles
The Fujimoto Research Laboratory at
Yokohama National University investigates
electric vehicles, focusing particularly on
electric drive technology. The laboratory is
working on a type of drive known as an
in-wheel motor, and is also studying the
safety aspects of electric vehicles on slippery road surfaces. The team is conducting
research on attitude control methods that
employ yaw rate control, using the yaw
moment to prevent spinning and drifting
during cornering.
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 2/2010)
EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge, USA:
Sustainable Mobility Technol­ogies
For the EcoCAR Challenge, the U.S.
Department of Energy (DOE) assigned
a three-year pilot project to over 200
students from various universities. The
teams must develop a production-ready
prototype vehicle and demonstrate the
implementation of their “green” vehicle
architecture.
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 2/2009)
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Applications at Universities
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 1/2009)
Technische Universität München/PTS, Germany:
Optimal Web Tension Control
Modern paper coating systems are continuous production plants where paper webs
are processed at different production sections. The paper runs through several processing steps and is subjected to elastic or
plastic deformations. The research team
developed an improved control system for
the web run by stabilizing web tension, taking into account the electrical and mechanical
behavior of plant and web.
(Source: dSPACE Magazine 2/2008)
Nancy-Université, France:
Wireless Vector Control of Induction Motor
The Groupe de Recherche en Electrotechnique et Electronique de Nancy (GREEN),
France, performs research in the field of
electrical machines. A wireless control for
an induction motor was developed by using
an experimental setup based on a dSPACE
DS1104 R&D Controller Board and a
Bluetooth module. The project shows just
how efficiently control algorithms created
with the C programming language can be
implemented on dSPACE hardware.
(Source: dSPACE NEWS 1/2008)
Technische Universität München/PTS, Germany
Cross-Section of
University Customers
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Delft University of Technology,
the Netherlands
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Eindhoven University of Technology,
the Netherlands
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ENS Cachan, France
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ENSEEIHT, France
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ESTACA, France
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ETH Zurich, Switzerland
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Harvard University, MA, USA
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Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
(MIT), MA, USA
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Mississippi State University, MI, USA
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National University of Singapore, Singapore
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Ohio State University, OH, USA
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Princeton University, NJ, USA
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RWTH Aachen, Germany
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SUPELEC, France
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Stanford University, CA, USA
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Tampere University of Technology, Finland
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TU Graz, Austria
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TU München, Germany
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TU Stuttgart, Germany
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TU Vienna, Austria
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Università degli Studi di Roma, Italy
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University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
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University of Auckland, New Zealand
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University of Michigan, MI, USA
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University of New South Wales, Australia
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University of Oxford, UK
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University of Paderborn, Germany
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University of Tokyo, Japan
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University of Toronto, Canada
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Victoria University of Technology, Australia
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West Virginia University, VI, USA
Applications at Universities
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Use Cases
Implementing a Model with Real-Time Interface (RTI)
3. Graphical I/O Configuration
After you finish 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 drag a block
Design of the controller and the model of the
controlled system within a MathWorks® MATLAB®/
Simulink® development environment.
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 display the signals
u_M and u_x.
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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Use Cases
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 gener­
ation, compiling, and down­loading. You
can select an integration algorithm and a
step size in the Solver page of the Simulation
Parameters dialog. 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 that
enables you to change parameters and
monitor signals – without regenerating the
code. ControlDesk also displays the time
histories of any variable used by your
application.
Use Cases
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Induction Motor Control
In this case, an induction motor controller
is developed with the DS1104. One of the
board‘s incremental encoder interfaces
picks up the motor’s encoder signal, and
two A/D converters are required to analyze
the motor currents. The controller board
calculates the control algorithm on the
basis of the measured values and
determines the corresponding pulse width
modulation (PWM). The three-phase PWM
signals are generated on the board‘s DSP
subsystem and determine the converter‘s
output voltage and frequency.
DS1104 R&D
Controller Board
Encoder Signal
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ia
6 PWM
Signals
Ua
AC
Frequency
Converter
Ub
Controller Optimization with
MLIB/MTRACE
In this example, a MATLAB® M file optimizes
the step response of a closed-loop system
by modifying the controller’s proportional
gain KP. The ITAE criterion (integral timeweighted absolute error) is used as a cost
function. This criterion compares the control signal with the reference signal and
computes a new proportional gain so that
the difference between the control and the
reference signal is minimized. The M file
performs several loops to find the optimum
KP. Various functions are called in each loop.
The MLIB/MTRACE functions capture the
control and reference signals and load this
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Use Cases
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Uc
data to the MATLAB workspace. MATLAB
then computes the ITAE value and the new
optimized KP and plots the result. Finally,
MLIB/MTRACE writes the new KP back to
the processor memory.
Robotics
In this example, the controller board replaces
the position controller. The easy programmability of the DS1103 enables you to
implement and test different control algorithms very quickly, which reduces design
iteration times to a minimum. The prototyping hardware allows easy para­meter
changing and modification. No hardware
setup changes are necessary. The real-time
system picks up the robot‘s six incremental
encoder signals to determine the current
robot position. This data is then compared
with the reference values. Afterwards, the
DS1103 calculates the control algorithm
and sends the controller output – like data
on positions and velocities – back to the
robot.
Bypass-Based Prototyping
In bypass-based prototyping, existing ECUs
are optimized or partially revised to obtain
a new control strategy. In this example, an
automotive ECU is connected to MicroAutoBox via the ECU interface. The original ECU
executes all the functions that will remain
unchanged, while the new algorithms are
calculated in MicroAutoBox. The necessary
input data and results are exchanged between MicroAutoBox and the original ECU. If
your existing ECU has all the features necessary for I/O, you will only need the ECU interface of MicroAutoBox and all the I/O will run
via the ECU. If you want to integrate new
or additional I/O devices, you can use
MicroAuto­Box I/O devices.
Existing ECU
Additional I/O
I/O
Use Cases
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Software
SystemDesk®
n
raphical modeling for easy handling
G
of complex AUTOSAR systems
n Exchanging and integrating software
descriptions to improve OEM/supplier
processes
n Convenient coupling with TargetLink®
n Integrating software architectures on
ECUs and generating the RTE
n Early detection of functional errors and
verification of distributed systems
n Complete tool automation
SystemDesk is a software architecture tool
supporting the development of distributed
automotive electrics/electronics (E/E) systems and subsystems:
Designing functional networks and
software architectures
n Formalizing hardware topologies and
network communication
n Integrating ECU code
n Generating an AUTOSAR Runtime
Environment (RTE)
n Offline simulation of a single software
component or an entire ECU network
n Process support such as scripting,
connection to version control systems,
requirements management systems, and
libraries for storing reusable objects
SystemDesk supports the AUTOSAR standard.
For example, software components can be
described according to AUTOSAR, and existing components can be imported into
SystemDesk for further processing.
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SystemDesk works hand in hand with
TargetLink, dSPACE‘s production code generator, which can be used to generate production code for the software components
designed in SystemDesk architecture models.
For function design itself, well-established
tools such as Simulink®/Stateflow® can be
used. The SystemDesk RTE generator is also
based on dSPACE’s years of experience
in code generation an optimization with
TargetLink.
In addition to modeling with SystemDesk,
you can also generate virtual ECUs and
create simulation systems. These can be
executed with the dSPACE Offline Simulator
for early verification of the ECU’s behavior.
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Software
Real-Time Interface
nAutomatic
implementation of
MATLAB®/Simulink®/Stateflow® models
on dSPACE hardware
nAutomatic code generation
nGraphically supported I/O configuration
via comprehensive Simulink block
libraries
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 The MathWorks. RTI lets
you concentrate fully on the actual design
process and carry out fast design iterations.
It extends Simulink® Coder™ (formerly RealTime Workshop® and Stateflow® Coder™)
for the seamless, automatic implementation
of your Simulink and Stateflow models on
the real-time hardware. The implementation
time is greatly reduced. The hardware configuration for the real-time application is
guided by automatic consistency checks to
prevent parameterization errors.
RTI Extensions at a Glance
for Multiprocessor Systems
nRTI CAN Blockset and RTI CAN
MultiMessage Blockset for combining
dSPACE systems with CAN communication
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 Blockset1) for
integrating FPGA models in dSPACE
systems
n dSPACE Ethernet Blocksets for
connecting dSPACE systems to Ethernet
devices
nRTI
Limited availability outside of Europe and Asia. For more information, please contact dSPACE.
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Software
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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 layouting, measurement and
postprocessing
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:
Virtual
ECU testing1)
Rapid control
prototyping
(fullpassing/
bypassing)
nRapid control prototyping (fullpass,
bypass)
nHardware-in-the-loop simulation
nECU measurement, calibration, and
diagnostics
nAccess to bus systems (CAN, LIN, FlexRay)
nVirtual ECU testing1) 2)
Hardware-in-theloop simulation
ECU
(measurement,
calibration and
diagnostics)
Access to vehicle
bus systems
Synchronized time base on all platforms/devices
CAN
LIN
FlexRay
PC-based
offline simulation
ControlDesk Next Generation can access (via XCP on Ethernet) virtual ECUs generated
with SystemDesk® and Simulink® plant models that are simulated by PC offline simulation.
2) Please see www.dspace.com/goto?VET for more information on virtual ECU testing.
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Software
ControlDesk Next Generation unites functionalities that used to be covered by several
specialized tools. It provides access to simulation platforms and connected bus systems,
and can perform measurement, calibration
and diagnostics on ECUs, for example, via
standardized ASAM interfaces.
Its flexible, modular structure provides high
scalability to meet the requirements of specific application cases. This gives you clear
advantages in terms of handling, the
amount of training needed, the required
computing power, and costs.
ControlDesk Next Generation: Modules
Basic version
Platform
support
ControlDesk Next Generation – Basic Version1)
Standard
Platforms Module
SCALEXIO
Platform Module2)
Multiprocessor
Module 3)
ECU Interface
Module
ECU Diagnostics
Module
MCD3 Automation
Module
Signal Editor
Module
Bus Navigator
Module
Failure Simulation
Module
Additional
functionality
1)
2)
3)
Comprehensive Basic Version; a free Loader Version (platform handling only) is also available.
Includes the Standard Platform Module.
Add-on to the Standard Platforms Module
Software
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MLIB/MTRACE
n
nline controller optimization
O
Access to MATLAB’s powerful
toolboxes
n Test scripting
n Real-time data capture capabilities
n Long-term and large-scale data
logging
n
With MLIB/MTRACE, you can add powerful
experiment automation capabilities to your
dSPACE real-time system. The functions of
these two libraries give you direct access
from MATLAB scripts to the variables of the
application running on a dSPACE board,
without interrupting the experiment. For
controller optimization, MLIB/MTRACE captures data and transfers it to MATLAB.
MATLAB then automatically calculates new
controller parameters, which are sent back
to the dSPACE hardware by means of MLIB/
MTRACE.
Functionality
Description
General
functionalities
nExecution of automated test sequences, data logging and control optimization
nOnline parameter tuning
nSending sequences of test data to real-time applications
nSpecification of parameter values and the time intervals between parameter updates by writing
a MATLAB M file
nMonitoring results with ControlDesk®
Real-time data
capture capabilities
nFree-running or level-triggered mode
nPretrigger and posttrigger
nSelection between single shot and continuous mode
nSimultaneous start of multiple data captures
nDistinction between double, float, and integer (signed and unsigned) variables
nAdjustable trace capture sampling rate (downsampling)
nDirect data transfer to the MATLAB workspace
nSpecification of data capture parameters by property/value pairs
nData storage on the hard disk drive in continuous mode (optional)
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Software
ConfigurationDesk®
nFor
RapidPro hardware configuration,
diagnostics handling, project
management, and wiring information
ConfigurationDesk is a stand-alone Windows
application that allows intuitive and efficient
configuration of the RapidPro hardware. The
software also helps you wire the RapidPro
hardware to sensors and actuators, and lets
you monitor the hardware states during
operation.
Main Features
Description
RapidPro hardware
configuration
ConfigurationDesk displays the RapidPro hardware and provides intuitive access to all the relevant
configuration settings. Monitoring analog and digital signal values helps you connect sensors and
actuators to the RapidPro hardware when the system is put into operation.
Diagnostics handling
Diagnostics information is monitored and displayed during operation. The information includes
over/undervoltage, short circuit, idling, overcurrent and overheating. This makes it easy to
detect and locate faults.
Project management
ConfigurationDesk’s Project Manager lets you structure all the relevant project information
such as hardware configurations and application-specific data.
Wiring information
Supports you in wiring your RapidPro hardware. A pinout list with all the relevant information
can be exported as a comma-separated value (CSV) file or a Microsoft® Excel® file.
Software
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TargetLink®
nHigh-quality
production code
generation directly from Simulink®/
Stateflow®
n Built-in simulation and testing
n AUTOSAR support
n Certified for IEC 61508 and
ISO 26262
TargetLink is a software system that generates production code (C code) straight
from the MATLAB®/Simulink/Stateflow
graphical development environment. Code
generation options range from plain ANSI
C code to optimized fixed- or floating-point
code for certain processors. Versatile code
configuration options ensure that the production code copes with processor constraints.
Converting graphical models directly into
production code ensures perfect consistency between model and code at all
times. Since the same model will always
result in the same proven code, TargetLink’s
code generation is deterministic and thus
guarantees the highest software quality.
Every step can be tested against the specification via the built-in simulation features.
This allows early verification and translates
directly into cost reduction, for example,
by avoiding expensive ECU software defects.
Modules for TargetLink
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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
Software
Automotive Simulation Models
n
Open MATLAB®/Simulink® models
n Real-time and offline simulation
n Virtual vehicle simulations with engine,
drivetrain, and vehicle dynamics
n Turn-key solution with dSPACE
Simulator
The Automotive Simulation Models (ASMs)
are open Simulink models for the realtime simulation of standard automotive
applications like diesel engine, gasoline
engines and vehicle dynamics. The models
will typically be used on a dSPACE Simulator
for hardware-in-the-loop testing of electronic
control units (ECUs) or during the design
phase of controller algorithms for early
validation by offline simulation. They are
complete and independent models that
support all the relevant phases of the
model-based development process.
All the Simulink blocks in the models are
visible, so it is easy to add or replace
components with custom models to adapt
the properties of modeled components
perfectly to individual requirements. The
ASMs’ standardized interfaces make
it easy to expand a single model such
as an engine or body, or even create a
whole virtual vehicle. Roads and driving
maneuvers can be easily and intuitively
created using graphical tools with preview
and clear visualization.
Software
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Hardware
DS1103 PPC Controller Board
n
Single-board system with real-time
processor and comprehensive I/O
n CAN interface and serial interfaces
ideal for automotive applications
n High I/O speed and accuracy
n PLL-driven UART for accurate baud
rate selection
The DS1103 is an all-rounder in rapid control prototyping. You can mount the board
in a dSPACE Expansion Box or dSPACE
AutoBox to test your control functions in
a laboratory or directly in the vehicle. Its
processing power and fast I/O are vital for
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
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Hardware
DS1103
DS1104 R&D Controller Board
n
Single-board system with real-time
hardware and comprehensive I/O
n Cost-effective
n PCI hardware for use in PCs
The DS1104 R&D Controller Board upgrades
your PC to a powerful development system
for rapid control prototyping („R&D“ stands
for research & development). Real-Time
Interface (RTI) provides Simulink® blocks for
graphical I/O configuration. The board can
be installed in virtually any PC with a free
5-V PCI slot. With Real-Time Interface (RTI),
you can easily run your function models on
the DS1104 R&D Controller Board. You can
configure all I/O graphically, insert the blocks
into a Simulink block diagram, and generate
the model code via Simulink® Coder™ (formerly Real-Time Workshop®). The real-time
model is compiled, downloaded, and started
automatically. This reduces the implementation time to a minimum.
PCI Bus
PC
PCI Interface
Slave DSP I/O
Interrupt Control
Unit
32 MB
Application
SDRAM
PWM
1 x 3-Phase
4 x 1-Phase
Timers
Memory Controller
B MB Flash
8
Memory
PowerPC 603e
TMS320F240
DSP
4 Capture
Inputs
Dual Port
RAM
Serial
Peripheral
Interface
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
Incr. Encoder
2 channels
Digital I/O
20 bits
Serial Interface
RS232/RS485/
RS422
DS1104
Hardware
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DS1005 PPC Board
n
PowerPC 750GX at 1 GHz
Fully programmable from Simulink®
n High-speed connection to all dSPACE I/O boards via PHS bus
n Multiprocessor system of several DS1005 PPC Boards via fiber-optic connection (Gigalinks)
n
The DS1005 features a PowerPC 750GX
processor running at 1 GHz, so it has ample
power for the vast majority of cases. If you
need even more calculation power, the
DS1005 PPC Board meets all multiprocessing requirements.
DS910 Gigalink
Module
Further
DS1005s
PowerPC
750GX
64 MB
Global RAM
Global Bus
64 MB
Global RAM
Global Bus
PHS Bus
I/O Boards
16 MB Boot
Flash
PHS-Bus
Interface
Local Bus
1 MB Level 2
Cache
The DS1005 is directly connectable to all
dSPACE I/O boards via PHS and PHS++ bus.
The PHS++ bus standard is compatible with
the standard PHS bus, but allows faster
communication with I/O boards supporting
PHS++ bus access, such as the DS2211.
Supervisor
Peripheral Bus
Serial
Interface
Interrupt
Controller
External
Timers
Host
Interface
DS1005
ISA Bus
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Hardware
PC
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 via fiberoptic connection (Gigalinks)
The DS1006 processor board is our flagship
for very complex, large, and processingintensive models – for example, for powertrain and virtual vehicle simulations. The
board is built around the AMD OpteronTM,
x86-compatible 64-bit server multi-core
processor. It provides 512 kB L2 cache per
core and 6 MB shared L3 cache.
DS911 Gigalink
module
1 ... 4
Further
DS1006s
Firmware
flash
The DS1006 also has 1 GB 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 realtime 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
Internal
Gigalink
connection
DS1006
PC
Hardware
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MicroAutoBox II
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Comprehensive I/O incl. CAN, LIN,
K/L line, FlexRay, Ethernet, and
LVDS/bypass interfaces1)
Robust and compact design ideal
for in-vehicle use
IBM PowerPC running at 900 MHz
Variant with programmable FPGA
MicroAutoBox Embedded PC
DS1552 Multi I/O Module
AC Motor Control Solution
MicroAutoBox is a real-time system for performing fast function prototyping in fullpass
and bypass scenarios. It operates without
user intervention, just like an ECU.
The special strength of the MicroAutoBox
hardware is its unique combination of high
performance, comprehensive I/O, and an
extremely compact and robust design. In
addition to the standard I/O, MicroAutoBox
offers variants with FPGA functionality as
well as variants with interfaces for all major
automotive bus systems: CAN, LIN, K/L line,
FlexRay, and Ethernet. As an option, an
additional embedded PC can be integrated
into the MicroAutoBox II.
MicroAutoBox can be used for many different
rapid control prototyping (RCP) applications
in vehicles or laboratories, or on test benches.
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Hardware
Possible applications include vehicle control
(chassis, powertrain, body, x-by-wire, advanced
driver assistance, etc.), new experimental
vehicle developments, electric drives control,
aerospace, and many more. The optional
embedded PC and FPGA features provide
even greater potential.
Application programs are stored in nonvolatile memory, allowing MicroAutoBox to
start up autonomously after power-up. A
PC or notebook can be easily connected via
Ethernet for program download and data
analysis (hot plugging). MicroAutoBox contains signal conditioning for automotive
signal levels and an integrated flight recorder
for long-term data acquisition (incl. support
of USB mass storage devices).
I/O and interfaces offered depend on the MicroAutoBox variant.
1)
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 integrated Ethernet switch lets
the host PC access both units via the same
Ethernet connection. Different startup
and shutdown options are provided: for
example, you can remote-control both units
either synchronously via the ignition switch
or completely independently of each other.
FPGA I/O Extension Modules
The FPGA technology now integrated in
MicroAutoBox II addresses new use scenarios with varying I/O requirements. For
greater flexibility, the I/O converters are
sourced out to separate add-on modules,
which can easily be integrated into the
MicroAutoBox II 1401/1511/1512 (only one
module at a time). It is easy to change the
modules later on:
n DS1552 Multi I/O Module
n AC Motor Control Solution
1)
DS1552 Multi I/O Module
The DS1552 Multi I/O Module is an optional,
universal I/O add-on module with a large
number of fast, powerful I/O converters and
different serial interfaces. The I/O resources
of the module are accessible via the RTI
FPGA Blockset1) and partly via the RTI
DS1552 I/O Extension Blockset.
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.
Limited availability outside of Europe and Asia, please inquire. Using the RTI FPGA
Programming Blockset requires additional software, i.a. Xilinx® products,
please see the corresponding product information.
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RapidPro
nScalable,
modular and configurable
system architecture
nCompact and robust enclosure
nFor in-vehicle, laboratory and test
bench use
nComprehensive software support
nApplication-specific configurations for
common application areas such as
engine or chassis control
The RapidPro hardware works as an
extension to dSPACE prototyping systems
(MicroAuto­Box/­modular DS1005-based
system). 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 connect several
of them to build a stack for use as one
physical unit.
Off-the-shelf hardware- and software-­
configurable signal conditioning (SC) and
power stage (PS) modules can be installed
in the RapidPro units to set up individual
systems that optimally fit the needs of a
particular application. Customer-specific
modules are available on request. The modular concept, using modules that are hardware- and software-configurable, means
that all components can be reused, reconfigured, or extended, for example in later
projects or if requirements change, with
a minimum of effort. In either case, the
RapidPro hardware fits perfectly into your
dSPACE tool chain.
Several RapidPro units can be connected for use as one physical unit. RapidPro modules can be easily installed in
and removed from the units.
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Hardware
Application-Specific Configurations
Engine control configuration: for
combustion engines with up to six
cylinders to develop new combustion
processes, for example
n Body electronics configuration: for typical
body electronics systems with a large
number of digital inputs and outputs
n Chassis control configuration: for vehicle
dynamics systems with connection options
for typical sensors for acceleration,
wheel speed, vehicle inclination, etc.
Transmission control configuration: for
new transmission functions with flexible
power stages for valve or DC motor control
n E-motor control configuration: as a
flexible power stage for a variety of
electric motors in the prototyping phase
n
n
RapidPro’s predefined configurations cover
a wide range of typical signal conditioning
and power stage tasks in various application
areas. For example, the configurations for
engine control prototyping let you run engines
with up to 6 cylinders and all modern sensors
and actuators, and the configuration for
electric motor control serves as a flexible
inverter stage during the prototype phase
of diverse AC electric motors. Each configuration consists of selected RapidPro power
and signal conditioning modules installed in
the corresponding number of RapidPro
units. A Control Unit is used whenever
complex I/O signals need to be captured or
generated, or a large number of I/O signals
are involved.
dSPACE also provides dedicated Simulink®
startup models for the configurations.
These include all the available I/O signals
which are already configured in corresponding tasks (e.g. angle-synchronous tasks for
engine control). This enables a fast startup
and lets you concentrate fully on your primary
task of developing control algorithms for
your application. If your specific I/O requirements differ from the setups, this is no
problem at all. You can adapt one of the
ready-made configurations or build a new
RapidPro system from scratch. Either way,
RapidPro will help you solve your specific
signal conditioning and power stage task.
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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 to
seamlessly integrate the standard modeling
tools MATLAB® and Simulink®, and to
operate the real-time hardware. The price
of each kit is much less than the total for
all its individual components.
ACE Kit 11031)
Order Number
Items Included
ACE1103_PX4
nDS1103 PPC Controller Board
nAdapter cables
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. 13),
is optionally available for the ACE Kit.
ACE Kit 1104
Order Number
Items Included
ACE1104_STD
nDS1104 R&D Controller Board
nAdapter cables
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE1104_CP
nACE1104_STD
nCP1104 Connector Panel
ACE1104_CLP
nACE1104_STD
nCLP1104 Connector/LED Panel
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Hardware and Software Bundles
ACE Kit MicroAutoBox1)
Order Number
Items Included
ACE_MABXII_1501
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL, 900 MHz
nDS1501 I/O Board, Link Board and high-speed serial patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE_MABXII_1504
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL, 900 MHz
nDS1504 I/O Board, Link Board and high-speed serial patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE_MABXII_05072)
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL 900 MHz
nDS1505 and DS1507 I/O Boards, Link Board and high-speed serial patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE_MABXII_15072)
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL, 900 MHz
nDS1507 I/O Board, Link Board and high-speed serial patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE_MABXII_1511
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL, 900 MHz
nDS1511 I/O Board, Link Board and high-speed serial patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE_MABXII_1511/15122)
nMicroAutoBox with IBM PPC 750GL, 900 MHz
nDS15011 and DS1512 I/O Boards, Link Board and high-speed serial patch cable (5 m)
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
Various RTI blocksets are optionally available for these ACE Kits. They are necessary for using the CAN, LIN,
or FlexRay interfaces of the MicroAutoBoxes (see p.13).
FlexRay Module not included.
1)
2)
ACE Kit 1005 and ACE Kit 1006
Order Number
Items Included
ACE1005
nDS1005 PPC Board
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nMicrotec C Compiler
ACE1006_2.8GHZ
nDS1006 Processor Board with Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processor running at 2.8 GHz
nCDP Control Development Software Package
nGNU C Compiler
Hardware and Software Bundles
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Further Modular Hardware
ACE Kits 1005 and 1006 are the core of
dSPACE’s modular hardware. Depending on
your project, you will need additional I/O
boards. Various cables and other accessories
such as an expansion box might also be
necessary for your dSPACE system.
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
DS2201 Multi-I/O Board
For applications with high I/O requirements
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 real-time and high-accuracy 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 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 customized circuits
DS4201-S Serial Interface Board
Interface for serial communication between a dSPACE system and external devices
DS4302 CAN Interface Board1)
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 Blockset3)
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
ARINC 717 Interface
Connects dSPACE systems to the ARINC 717 avionics data bus
Requires the RTI CAN or RTI CAN MultiMessage Blockset. For more information, see p. 13.
Requires the RTI LIN MultiMessage Blockset. For more information, see p. 13.
3)
Limited availability outside of Europe and Asia. For more information, please contact dSPACE.
1)
2)
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Hardware and Software Bundles
Modular Hardware
Description
FPGA Base Board
For high-resolution signal preprocessing
PWM Measurement Solution
High-precision digital capturing of 3-phase PWM signals
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
AFDX Interface
Interface to the AFDX Avionics Data Bus
Additional I/O Solutions
Additional solutions for I/O and buses that are not covered by our standard boards
Accessories
dSPACE offers various components necessary for setting up a dSPACE system.
Products
Description
Expansion boxes
nBoxes to expand the host PC for large dSPACE systems
nSpace for 3 (PX4), 9 (PX10) or 19 (PX20) dSPACE boards
nIncluding a Link Board for connection to host PC
nOptional PC Link Boards for ISA, PCI, 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 6 (AutoBox) or 13 (Tandem-AutoBox) dSPACE boards
nIncludes a Link Board for connection to host PC
nOptional PC Link Boards for ISA, PCI, PCMCIA 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
Implemented via the host PC´s own Ethernet port
2)
The AutoBoxes cannot be used with the DS1006 Processor Board.
1)
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ASM.edu
dSPACE Automotive Simulation Models
(ASMs) are available with a special classroom license for educational purposes.
Features at a Glance
nModular Simulink® models
nGraphical parameterization process
nEasily extendable to make a virtual
vehicle (complex engine simulation,
traffic simulation, brake hydraulics,
truck and trailer, …)
nReal-time performance on a PC
Engine Models
The ASM engine models represent the
physical engine characteristics by a mean
value 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®.
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 models are based on MATLAB®/Simulink.
Features at a Glance
n Multibody system with 24 degrees
of freedom
n Environment model including road,
driver, and maneuvers
n Modular, library-based implementation
Features at a Glance
Engine applications with up to 20 cylinders
n Longitudinal drivertrain and driver model
for standard cycles
Model Extensions
ASM Traffic is 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.
Model Extensions
An exhaust gas turbocharger that consists
of a compressor, a turbine and a turbo charger
shaft can be simulated with ASM Turbocharger.
With ASM Brake Hydraulics, ESP braking
systems can be simulated. The model contains all the components needed for simulating a standard ESP braking system.
n
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Vehicle Dynamics Models
Hardware and Software Bundles
ModelDesk
ModelDesk is the parameterization tool
for the ASMs.
n Parameter set management
n Road Generator
n Maneuver Editor
n Traffic Editor
n Tool automation – remote and batch mode
n Custom model parameterization
MotionDesk
MotionDesk animates the vehicle dynamics
simulation results in a 3-D view.
n 3-D online animation of simulated
mechanical sytems
n Intuitive graphical scene design
n 3-D object library with objects in VRML2
format
n Multitrack mode for synchronized replay
of multiple simulations
n Slow and fast motion
n Tool coupling with ModelDesk
ASM.edu Program Conditions
dSPACE Automotive Simulation Models
are available with a special license for
educational purposes. 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.
For further information, please contact dSPACE.
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 should
provide a report on how the software
was used.
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Other Exclusive Offers
RapidPro Hardware Used as an RCP Hardware Extension
RapidPro Hardware
Description
RapidPro SC Unit
nSignal conditioning unit
nSlots for up to 8 signal conditioning modules
nUSB interface for hardware configuration via ConfigurationDesk
RapidPro Power Unit
nPower stage unit
nSlots for up to 6 power stage modules
nUSB interface for hardware configuration via ConfigurationDesk
SC modules
n4-channel sensor supply module
n4-channel differential analog input module
n10-channel analog input module
n8-channel digital input module
n8-channel digital output module
nCrankshaft/camshaft sensor input module
n2-channel exhaust gas oxygen sensor module for connecting LSU 4.2, 4.9, and/or LSU
ADV Bosch lambda probes
n2-channel exhaust gas oxygen sensor module for DENSO broadband lambda probes
n4-channel knock sensor module
n8-channel thermocouple sensor input module
n8-channel digital out module with push-pull functionality
nFurther modules under development
PS modules
n2-channel full-bridge driver module
n6-channel low-side driver module
n6-channel high-side driver module
n1-channel, high-current, full-bridge driver module
n2-channel, high-current, half-bridge driver module
n2-channel direct injection driver module1)
n1-channel high-current full-bridge driver module for 12 V and 24 V applications
n2-channel, high-current, half-bridge driver module for 12 V and 24 V applications
nFurther modules under development
Break-out boxes2)
nFor RapidPro SC Unit, RapidPro Power Unit, or RapidPro Control Unit
If the DS1664 2-channel direct injection driver module is used with RapidPro, electrically safe host PC interface
cables (up to 300 V DC/ACRMS and 600 V peak) are mandatory for all connected systems such as RapidPro,
MicroAutoBox, and DS1005. You must take all the safety precautions described in the documentation.
2)
Devices connected to RapidPro Break-Out Boxes can feed in high currents and high voltages which can be
dangerous for the user. Under all circumstances, you must observe all the safety precautions described in the
documentation of the RapidPro Break-Out Boxes and of the devices connected.
1)
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Hardware and Software Bundles
SystemDesk
Products
Description
SystemDesk
nDesigning ECU networks and systems according to the AUTOSAR standard
nGraphical modeling of software architectures and functional networks
nConvenient coupling with TargetLink
nConnecting application software to basic software
SystemDesk RTE Generation
Module
nHighly optimized RTE code generation based on TargetLink technology
nMemory and run time minimized
nEasy mapping of runnables to OS tasks
nValidation of runnable mapping
SystemDesk V-ECU
Generation Module
nGenerating virtual ECUs to verify functions in an early development phase
nBuilding simulation systems
nExperimentation support like plotting and stimulation of signals
Offline Simulator
nOffline simulation of single and networked ECUs
nIntegrating and simulating Simulink plant models
nSimulating bus communication
nSoftware-in-the-loop (SIL) and processor-in-the-loop (PIL) simulation
TargetLink
Products
Description
TargetLink Base Suite1)
nHighly efficient ANSI C code generation from MATLAB®/Simulink®/Stateflow®
nFor all microcontrollers with ANSI C compiler
nANSI C code with the efficiency of handwritten code for fixed-point and floating-point
microcontrollers
nTargetLink Blockset
ndSPACE Data Dictionary
nFloating network license available for flexible use of TargetLink in development groups
Target Optimization Modules
nFor target-specific, optimized code generation
nUses compiler-specific language extensions and assembler macros
nSupported processors:
Freescale HC12/HCS12
Freescale MPC5xx/MPC55xx
Infineon C16x
Infineon TriCore
Renesas M32R
Renesas SH-2
Other modules
nTarget Simulation Module (for all supported processors)
nTargetLink Module for Operating Systems – OSEK
nTargetLink AUTOSAR Module
1)
A special classroom license is available. For more information, please contact dSPACE.
Hardware and Software Bundles
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