Volkswagen Passat Forum banner

1 - 4 of 4 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
3,406 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
"Only compatable with Drive-by-wire equipped vehicles
APR - ECU Explorer is a high-speed engine datalogging software. It was developed in-house by our engineers who desired better sampling rates in order to create the smoothest ECU tuning available. In order to satisfy hardcore enthusiasts, ECU Explorer is now being released to the public.
Have you ever wanted to log a wide range of variables all at once to give yourself a more complete picture of how your engine is running, but were frustrated by sampling rates so slow that the data was of little value?

Have you ever wanted to gain a deeper understanding of how different aspects of your engine are affecting your performance? Then ECU Explorer is for you.

With ECU Explorers unparalleled power you can:
-Log data at a rate of up to 18 samples per second or better
-Log as many variables as you choose with little to no degradation of sampling rate
-View a real-time graphing display of data
-Setup virtual gauges to view streaming data
-Replay and share logged data files
-View and clear fault codes
-Create custom variable groups for logging
-Export data to .csv format "

I saw this on NDauto.com. Has anyone used/seen this? I have never heard of such a thing for us. :???:
Any info would be great.
Brian :thumbup:
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,765 Posts
Oh yeah? Well, AEB's have a REAL throttle cable, so there! :p
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
6,172 Posts
I thought the sampling rate was a function of the ECU in addition to the software communication protocol. See "sample rate" section at ross-tech info page: http://www.ross-tech.com/vag-com/tour/m-blocks.html

They might mean "turbo mode" (30+ samples/second) for a vehicle with a KWP-2000 controller. IIRC, Passats have the KWP-1281.
 
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
About this Discussion
3 Replies
4 Participants
pete1
Volkswagen Passat Forum
Passatworld is a forum dedicated to Volkswagen Passat enthusiasts to discuss mods, Quattro, Turbo Diesel, reviews and more!
Full Forum Listing
Top