Automotive data logger has voice control

May 20, 2016 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
The IPElog2 is a high-performance data logger for automotive and commercial vehicle test applications. With this data logger, vendor Ipetronik GmbH (Baden-Baden, Germany) is extending its basic architecture and casing concept of the proven IPElog data logger. New features include an audio input that enables the test driver to record spoken comments or sounds for subsequent analysis.

Besides the audio input, the IPElog2 comes with 18 bus and measurement I/O lines and a new USB3.0 interface for fast configuration updates and data downloads. The new data logger is available in two versions. The standard version offers ten CAN input channels, with four of them being selectable between CAN High-speed and CAN Low Speed / fault tolerant. In addition, this version has six LIN bus interfaces supporting LIN standard versions 1.3 and 2.0. The second version comes without the LIN interfaces. All CAN interfaces support the WakeOnCan and NoMessageLost functions. After the WakeOnCan function has woken the data logger, the latter boots up from standby mode and switches to measurement mode.


The data logger is driven by a 1.33 GHz Atom E3805 dual-core microprocessor. It has 2 GByte of RAM and runs its Testdrive measurement software under the RTOS-32 real-time operating system.


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