ECM DEFINITION FILE EDITOR
The C.A.T.S. ECM Definition File Editor is a utility program that allows you to create new and edit existing ECM Definition Files for the C.A.T.S. Tuner program. ECM Definition Files provide all the necessary information about a calibration that the Tuner program needs such as the location and size of tables, conversion factors, etc.
The Editor translates the calibration information entered on four main screens into the correct Definition File binary format file used by the Tuner program.
Main Program Features
Create new ECM Definition Files so you can use the power and convenience of the Tuner program for calibrations for which C.A.T.S. has not developed Definition Files.
Add new switches, constants and tables to existing ECM Definition Files to handle your unique requirements.
Change the engineering units in which the Tuner program displays data.
Password protection is provided to prevent unauthorized editing and/or use of Definition Files that you develop.
Easy to use data input screens.
Four main screens are used to input the calibration information: the general ECM information screen, the switch information screen, the constant information screen and the table information screen.
General ECM Information Screen
Switch Information Screen
Constant Information Screen
Table Information Screen
While the ECM Definition File Editor is a powerful utility developed to streamline the creation and editing of ECM Definition Files, it cannot build Definition Files automatically. You will need a good understanding of the ECM with which you are working and detailed information about the calibration.