The PMS Diagnoser features full access to all controllers in cascaded networks
The PMS Diagnoser accesses all controllers on the base of the standard UDS messages. The messages are sent via the PMS networks to the distributed controllers. The controllers are equipped by the PMS Standos operating systems, which execute the messages sent by the PMS Diagnoser. The UDS messages offers you all possibilities for the software development, debugging, testing and the long term quality and security monitoring througout the lifetime of your product.
While all the other PMS tools are applying the UDS services just as well, the PMS Diagnoser is the only tool, which offers you the complete UDS messages in the most hardware near way. This opens all oppurtunities to debug cascaded networks and distributed controllers very efficiently. The PMS Diagnoser enables you to do all remoting communication system in one tool:
* Download of programs and data * Diagnose and error memory (DTC) * Process monitoring and control * Message skripting and logging.
UNIVERSAL PROGRAMMING STUDIO offers you complete system solutions. Two other tools enables you to do all the neccessary configuration of your system. The PMS Configurator determines all diagnostic and error memory settings of your target system. And PMS Messenger determines all your UDS messages, which can transports one or more signals in one message.
For PC nets DotNet remoting is applied enabling accesses via the internet and LAN. Furthermore all popular field busses and local busses can be selected, for example CAN and LIN.
All UDS messages can be selected by a tree chart. Arguments as for example predefined inputs, outputs and DTCs can be set up in an MS-Access data bank and can then be selected from an argument table. The set data or the returned data are set/displayed in a second table. The actual message is finally displayed in a text field. The message can be set together completely interactively or it can be written or modified in the text field.
The message can be repeated by a setable number and by a setable interval. One or more messages can be stored in files, making message scripting an easy thing. Message scripting and logging files can be edited, started and stoped in a very flexible way. Extended C-like message scripting commands feature if-structures, while-loops and file commands