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ECU PROGRAMMING TOOL

READING BY OBDII

REAL READING OF THE ECU

VIRTUAL READ

Real Read Virtual Read
- allows full reading of the current memory of the ECU - only gives original file for the ECU from a database
- all modifications of the ECU are shown - all modifications of the ECU are LOST
- security data of the ECU can be extracted (BMW ISN, VAG CS, etc.) - security data of the ECU CANNOT be extracted

WHAT IS IT?

The latest development in the Abrites diagnostics software suite - the ECU Programming tool allows the user to read and write various ECUs by diagnostics, on bench and by boot mode.

Supported ECU brands include BOSCH, Continental, Delphi, Siemens, KEFICO and many more!

The Abrites ECU programming tool now has support for many heavy machinery ECUs such as building equipment, agricultural machines and others.

 

ECU READING BY DIAGNOSTICS

Complete reading and writing of ECUs by OBDII. This includes real and virtual reading of ProgramFlash, DataFlash, MAP Tables and BootLoader. This process does not require any dismantling of parts from the vehicle and makes the life of the user easy, especially in cases when the ECU is difficult to access.

ECU READING ON BENCH

In cases when the ECU is already out of the vehicle, this method allows the user to connect directly to the ECU connector without having to open the ECU or solder any wires. This is done using the ZN051 Distribution Box and user-friendly diagrams are provided for all supported ECU types.

ECU READING BY BOOT MODE

In very rare cases, some ECUs cannot be read by diagnostics or on bench. In those cases, the ABRITES ECU Programming tool also supports reading by boot mode. User-friendly diagrams/photos are provided so that the user can easily figure out the correct spot where to solder the boot pin. The software supports all ECUs with TC17xx processors.

 

Vehicle type Brand Model Engine Fuel Power (PS) Model Year ECU Type License Connection modes