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To execute tests directly via CAN busses, a Vector CAN card, a CAN case,
or a PCAN usb adapter by Peak is needed to connect to the hardware.
Test cases are run in quasi real-time (PC real-time). Signals in TPT are mapped to CAN messages and are transmitted
to the control unit via the corresponding hardware connection. The configuration of the messages are done by using appropriate DBC files. The test is executed on the TPT-FUSION platform. It is possible to run restbus simulations and also co-simulations with other so-called FUSION nodes.
TPT can run INCA remotely. It’s possible to initiate measurements and alter application parameters. Besides scalar parameters, also structured application values like arrays, maps, and curves can be used. The results can be observed on the real system and afterwards assessed automatically.
TPT communicates with CANape via API. Access to application parameters and online measurements during the test run are supported. The data can be observed and is used afterwards by TPT for automatic assessment.
TPT can access CAN. TPT supports XCP over CAN for access of CAN signals, application parameter and measurement of internal signals via A2L mapping.