IQANdesign 6.03 released
J1939 DM1 log
There is a new DM1 log item that can be included in an event log. DM1 log item logs diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) received by a DM1 channel. For each DTC a record will be written in the log with SPN, FMI and occurrence count.
If there is a corresponding SPN channel connected to the DM1IN channel, clear text name is also included.
Shown unknown SPN in dialog
The IQAN-MD4 can now show a dialog message for unknown SPN channels, reducing the need to define individual SPN channels. Controlled by property Dialog for unknown SPNs on the DM1IN channel.
To use the feature but suppress some specific individual SPNs, add these as a SPN channels and set dialog property to Don’t show.
IQANrun and IQANdesign graph measure improvements
-Show active values in graph when hovering with mouse.
- Show multiple units in graph: ctrl-click to select channels.
- Channel status indicated below graph (OK, Warning, Error)
- Toolbar below graph
- Scroll wheel to navigate ( Wheel only: scroll X, Ctrl + wheel: zoom X, Shift + wheel: move active measure item up/down, Ctrl + shift + wheel: zoom y for active item, middle mouse to pan)
- Improved performance
CAN bus recovery
Previously a module had to be restarted after a bus off error, now the modules will recover automatically. Implemented for MD4, MC4x/MC4xFS and XC4x.
MC4x/MC4xFS undervoltage recovery
Between approx. 6 V and 5 V the I/O and CAN are set to critical error status, while the application continues to run. Previously voltage below approx. 6V put the module in stopped critical state.
Re-introduce XA2 and XS2 to legacy tab.
Enables upgrade of systems with XA2/ XS2 expansions to 6.x.
For more features and details, see release notes:
Customer support service by UserEcho
There are two known issues in 6.03.15 that we found quite late, and chose to release with:
-Deleting measure groups that contain measure items cause an IQANdesign crash. Avoid by first deleting the measure items, or by deleting the measure group from the list view.
-System information channel "active error level" always indicates OK in single master systems without display. The "active error level" system information channel is normally only used in systems with displays, as the only way to acknowledge the errors is via dialog messages on the display.
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