ATI has a long history of providing data acquisition and calibration systems to some of the world’s most respected motorcycle OEMs and Tier One suppliers, which has resulted in the development of some unique products that offer considerable advantages compared to the competition. For example - designed with the needs of the two-wheel sector in mind - ATI’s compact yet powerful DLX Datalogger offers a unique combination of functions that provide the features of a CAN interface, data acquisition module, and datalogger all in one compact, splash-proof (IP65 rated) package. Communication channels include CAN and K-line that enable the easy interface to ECUs or to communicate with ATI data acquisition hardware.
The DLX datalogger is frequently used by motorcycle, scooter and quad OEMs and Tier Ones in conjunction with the powerful, advanced and user-friendly VISION software suite. Increasing use of CCP/XCP connectivity enables technicians to exploit the full potential of VISION for real-time calibration and advanced data acquisition plus post-analysis of a wide variety of file formats, including ASAM standard MDF4.
In this wireframe we have the DLX connected to two temperature sensors around the engine (exhaust, intake) plus two analog sensors (possible wheel speed, abs etc…). The DLX is also connected to the ECU over CAN for additional parameter logging during tests.