How to Start with MATCH?

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Categories: Installation, MATCH Online since: May 23, 2019

This page will describe you where to find the correct information when you start with the MATCH Toolchain.

What system requirements do I have for MATCH?

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Categories: InstallationProducts: MATCH 2017a, MATCH 2017b, MATCH 2018aVersion: multipleTags: PC requirements, System requirements Online since: March 7, 2019

MATCH System requirements PC hardware requirements You require the following hardware to run the HYDAC Match Tools: A minimum of a 2 core processor with 1.6 GHz and a minimum of 2 GB of RAM (however, recommend at least 4 GB of RAM) A minimum of 100 MB free space We recommend a minimum resolution […]

How do I build an application project in PDT?

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Categories: Common, PDTTags: Auto Code Builder, Build Code, PDT Online since: January 18, 2019

In the PDT the construction process can be started via the Ribbonbar Build -> Build : It can, depending on the option: Auto-Code for all ECUs and Service Files only Auto-Code Auto-Code for one ECU or only the nur the Service Files to be generated. the created files are stored temporarily under C:\ProgramData\Hydac\PDT\Output\CodeBuilderOutput .

How can I connect the ECU simulation to a real CAN bus?

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Categories: CAN Configuration Online since: January 4, 2019

Sometimes you need a connection to a hardware CAN bus also from the simulation. Do the following steps: Open the PCAN Nets Configuration program. Drop the PCAN_Ligth_SIMx CAN bus down from the simulation to the hardware CAN bus.