Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Swiftec! First ME7 automatic maps recognition, NEW verified DPF & LAMBDA OFF solutions, Online Originals Database and more!

Past 2 weeks were again hard working ones! And because of that we have many new things to present for our costumers.
First of all, we run our new Online Original Files database, it's available inside costumer area. Same working principle as map packs DB, same easiness and functionality!!
By costumers requests we have now starting to add Bosch ME7 family to our UNIQUE automatic maps recognition module, just added Opel ME7.6.x in it's many engine variations like 1.2, 1.6T,2.0 VXR and much more is still to come..
Also in this time, we have achieved,good feedbacks from costumers, related with DPF OFF module and because of all we were able to do many new unique features and improvements that, for sure will be good news for all our customers.

New Features
    Automatical Map Recognition: Support for Opel with Bosch ME7.6.x has been added!
    Lambda/O2 Removal module: Support for VAG with MED17.x has been added!
    DPF Removal module: Support for Honda with Bosch EDC17_CP06 has been added!
    DPF Removal module: Support for Porsche with Bosch EDC17_CP14 has been added!
    DPF Removal module: Support for Iveco with Bosch EDC16C39 has been added!    Checksum Detection: 'IAW 4AF/59F/5AF Euro2-4' automatic recognition for IAW 4AVP with 256KB size has been added!
    DPF Removal module: Support for VAG with Siemens PPD1.2 has been improved!
    DPF Removal module: Volvo with EDC16C31 new file type support has been added
    DPF Removal: BMW with EDC16CP35 has been improved
    DPF Removal: VAG with EDC17_CP44 has been improved
    Lambda/O2 Removal module: VAG with MED9 new file type support has been added
    ECU Detection: Detection of Bosch MED17.x ecu type has been improved
    ECU Detection: Detection of Siemens PSA HW/SW numbers has been improved
    ECU Detection: Detection of Siemens SID803/SID803A ecu type has been improved
    Automatical Map Recognition: Marelli was not working for masked MJD6/MJD8 ECU types in project properties

1 comment:

  1. Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF's sometimes called FAP's) are fitted to vehicles to reduce the sooty particle produced by diesel engines which penetrate deep into the lungs and are being increasingly blamed for an increase in heart and respiratory disease. Some DPF's require an additive in order to burn off the harmful soot particles and some are fitted closer to the engine so that the exhaust gasses themselves remain hot enough to burn off the carbon soot particles. The DPF itself has a honeycombed interior like a catalytic converter made of silicon carbide. This is contained in a metal casing. The honeycombed centre traps the particles of soot not burned off or not cleared by additive, until they are full and the filter cannot trap anymore. This is when the DPF goes through the "Regeneration process". This process turns the soot into a very small volume of ash which remains in the Diesel filter.