Design

Tool solution is designed to aid in all stages of development

1st June 2016
Jordan Mulcare

K2L has announced the OptoLyzer CAN FD tool solution which combines the OptoLyzer MOCCA FD hardware interface with the feature-rich OptoLyzer Studio software. The combination of these two offerings provides a flexible solution that can be applied to different phases of the automotive and engine control unit (ECU) development cycle. It is designed to aid in all stages of development including prototyping, simulation, implementation, analysis and verification.

These offerings from K2L help reduce complexity, cost and time for designers, testers and system integrators.

The OptoLyzer MOCCA FD and OptoLyzer Studio Software are designed to work for CAN FD, CAN and LIN network development. The OptoLyzer MOCCA FD is a high-performance automotive bus interface. It offers two interfaces that can be configured either as CAN FD, high-speed CAN or single- wire CAN, four high-speed CAN interfaces and six LIN interfaces. K2L’s hardware component employs the Microchip MCP2561/2FD CAN FD transceiver.

The OptoLyzer Studio software includes a feature-rich graphical user interface that can be used to easily access the OptoLyzer MOCCA FD hardware. The OptoLyzer Studio is an easy-to-use software tool that allows device configurations, like baud rates and bit timing, to be changed easily. In addition, the trace view neatly displays the traffic on the attached buses and the behavior of signals can be observed in a graph view during online measurements.

“With the combination of the OptoLyzer MOCCA FD hardware interface and the OptoLyzer Studio software, our automotive customers have one development solution at hand that allows them to efficiently work on CAN FD, CAN and LIN use cases over the entire design process,” said Matthias Karcher, Senior Manager, K2L. “We are proud to offer this solution to our customers and are confident that it will meet their needs.”

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