Short description:

Safety ECU with 32bit dual-core microcontroller, up to safety level ASIL-C and AUTOSAR conform software architecture

eSys-SVCx product line
The safety ECU family consists of four different high-end safety modules with various configuration levels. Profit from a wide range of applications for mobile machines like trucks and trailers, as well as construction and agricultural machines.

Interfaces and safety certified up to ASIL-C
A powerful 32bit dual-core controller with 160 MHz, up to four CAN- and one LIN interface and up to 89 IO´s can be used for applications according to safety requirements up to automotive safety integrity level C (ASIL-C). This risk classification scheme is defined by the ISO 26262 - functional safety for road vehicles standard. Furthermore the hardware is protected by a robust aluminum housing suited for harsh environments.

AUTOSAR compliant software architecture
Profit from different software packages - it´s your choice. Choose from QM based software up to ASIL-C and AUTOSAR compliant software architecture. The wide range facilitates an use for different applications and safety requirements, to supply you with an optimal safety ECU and the best price-performance ratio for your individual use case.

The AUTOSAR standard (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture)
AUTOSAR is an open and standardized software architecture for automotive electronic control units excluding infotainment. Main goals include the scalability to different vehicle and platform variants, transferability of software, the consideration of availability and safety requirements.

Profit from AUTOSAR:

  • Reducing the number of ECUs in the vehicle by flexible assignment of ECU data with multiple functions
  • More simple vehicle integration by defined architecture
  • Reusability of functions by fixed standards for important system functions and interfaces
  • Affordable scalability and upgradeability. Thus functional development is interesting for smaller unit numbers
  • Function development possible, regardless of the existing topology in specific vehicles