Multi-line 2 AGC Application Software series 3.x.

This software applies to the following DEIF products:

You’re about to download 3.66.1

The main changes implemented since the last version are as follows:

New features:

  • Support of mainboard "uP 8 PCB".
  • Support of CAN bus hardware "Option H8.2 HW v2" requires mainboard "uP 8 PCB".
  • Support of CAN bus hardware "Option H5/H8.8 HW v2" requires mainboard "uP 8 PCB".

Corrections:

  • Under AMF applications where a second mains fail occurs with at least one DG running, the remaining DGs are now started with a multi start.
  • Under AMF applications where a second mains fail occurs with at least one DG running and power cap overrule enabled, the timer is now reset (started over again) when DGs are ready and synchronised.
  • Start enable was required to be energised, if used, to activate the breakers - corrected.
  • Genset could start when SEMI button was pushed and no start signal had been given (occurred only with Option V0108 German display only).
  • Faulty situation where the AGC-3 could reboot unexpectedly has been prevented (occurred only with Option N).
  • AGC Mains MB opens unwantedly - corrected.
  • Parameter 3410 relay A setup corrected, so display shows correct value.
  • When LTO is activated with no Sync to mains; a delay is added to ensure that multimains status has been evaluated, before it is determined if MB should open.
  • After MTU has released a new software for the SMART CONNECT module, the alarm "AL Speed Demand Failure" was always present due to a change in timeout changed from ~40m[s] ==> ~10m[s].
  • Multimains MB fail control of 'Start engine' selection now used in AMF sequences.
  • AGC-3 could reboot after CAN protocol change, if there was active CAN communication on the CAN line during the protocol change.
  • Ut13-If an LTO sequence was initiated while an auto switch was active, an MB could end up opening and closing in endless loop - corrected.
  • Attempting to stop during idle at start would ramp the engine to full speed and keep it running, if the running detection speed was reached during idle run.
  • GB could previously close onto a black busbar when another unit had GB position failure.
  • Update of self-check functionality.
  • MB was able to open even though it was excluded from the LTO sequence - corrected.
  • In LTO, if the TB was tripped by the TB Trip fail class, the MB was not able to close in all situations - corrected.

Ver. Date Description

3.66.1

16/03/2015

New features:

  • Support of mainboard "uP 8 PCB".
  • Support of CAN bus hardware "Option H8.2 HW v2" requires mainboard "uP 8 PCB".
  • Support of CAN bus hardware "Option H5/H8.8 HW v2" requires mainboard "uP 8 PCB".

Corrections:

  • Under AMF applications where a second mains fail occurs with at least one DG running, the remaining DGs are now started with a multi start.
  • Under AMF applications where a second mains fail occurs with at least one DG running and power cap overrule enabled, the timer is now reset (started over again) when DGs are ready and synchronised.
  • Start enable was required to be energised, if used, to activate the breakers - corrected.
  • Genset could start when SEMI button was pushed and no start signal had been given (occurred only with Option V0108 German display only).
  • Faulty situation where the AGC-3 could reboot unexpectedly has been prevented (occurred only with Option N).
  • AGC Mains MB opens unwantedly - corrected.
  • Parameter 3410 relay A setup corrected, so display shows correct value.
  • When LTO is activated with no Sync to mains; a delay is added to ensure that multimains status has been evaluated, before it is determined if MB should open.
  • After MTU has released a new software for the SMART CONNECT module, the alarm "AL Speed Demand Failure" was always present due to a change in timeout changed from ~40m[s] ==> ~10m[s].
  • Multimains MB fail control of 'Start engine' selection now used in AMF sequences.
  • AGC-3 could reboot after CAN protocol change, if there was active CAN communication on the CAN line during the protocol change.
  • Ut13-If an LTO sequence was initiated while an auto switch was active, an MB could end up opening and closing in endless loop - corrected.
  • Attempting to stop during idle at start would ramp the engine to full speed and keep it running, if the running detection speed was reached during idle run.
  • GB could previously close onto a black busbar when another unit had GB position failure.
  • Update of self-check functionality.
  • MB was able to open even though it was excluded from the LTO sequence - corrected.
  • In LTO, if the TB was tripped by the TB Trip fail class, the MB was not able to close in all situations - corrected.

3.65.5

01/07/2014

  • AMF sequence was incorrect in some cases
  • TB could open inappropriately when switching from AMF to LTO

3.65.4

13/03/2014

Changes:

  • Menu 10390-10410 for password access level to log, language and control page removed. They are no longer active as they have been substituted for permissions.
  • Various checks for BTB initialising close sequence bypassed in case BTB configured as normally open and in auto mode. No PM backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • Ground relay: Update of the way the ground relay is activated; prioritising is now the power management priority number instead of the CAN ID. PM Backward compatibility is compromised due to this update in respect to Ground relay functionality.

Corrections:

  • Mains power indication on superVision in island mode of operation always displayed zero. No PM backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • Mains failure detection extended with evaluation of voltage phase angles.
  • The lower inhibit level for phase sequence error increased from 30% to 70% of nominal voltage.
  • Synchronising last open BTB located furthest to the right in a ringbus application could fail. In case mains connected to busbar on its left side and DG(s) on its right side, the DG(s) would not receive the command of performing synchronisation. No PM backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • Capacity overrule did not work in case "Start engine" was selected and mains configured with MB and TB. No PM backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • M-Logic line combination misinterpretation corrected.
  • CBE sequence updated so the excitation relay is kept energised throughout the cool down sequence in case voltage is present on the busbar.
  • GB(s) could trip unexpectedly in applications with mains without TB. Phenomenon could occur in case MB was performing back synchronisation and experienced an MB close failure. No PM backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • If doing LTO without sync. to mains or AMF with "Start engine", MB would trip when DG volt./freq. okay, although the DG was performing initial idle sequence. Now MB waits until DG is ready.
  • Correction to idle sequence when idle stop not used.
  • When synchronising BTB to external/unknown voltage source, the DGs online would not always react according to synchronisation command sent from the BTB. No PM backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • CAN port B was not turned off when switching from Power Management application to SingleDG application.
  • Make sure external analogue input scaling and unit are configured at startup and when changing the engineering unit.
  • TB would make unexpected trips when Load Take Over, Fixed Power etc. sequences were initiated on Mains 19/20.
  • Fault occurred under read of parameters on TCP/IP connection on the parameters enable bits.
  • Fault occurred under read of control registers on TCP/IP connection.

3.65.3

01/11/2012

PM compatibility version 1.01.4.

Includes version. 1.01.3.

Corrections:

  • Shifting between power management applications containing BTB(s) on the fly could fail.
  • No PM Backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • M-logic commands could in some cases prevent proper update of data to N-option.
  • Password level set via USW for jump menus did not work
  • Q reference used in power management in island operation when doing asymmetrical loadshare was incorrect. No PM Backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • Slope resolution for PF-droop increased with a factor of 10.
  • GOV/AVR related parameters where missing in USW even though EF6 option present.
  • RMB: Generator can stop when selecting RMB mode or connecting RMB box.
  • RMB: Power setpoint not reset before Deload Mains mode.
  • RMB: Input/Relay error.
  • Translation of two CAN alarm texts did not take affect before a power cycle was performed.
  • Follow up - display could still freeze up. Could happen after writing of M-logic configuration.
  • Data update to N-option stock on updating parameter values due to constant writing to parameter for voltage depending overcurrent under operation.
  • Shutdown override does not prevent transmission of stop command to ECU when fails class shutdown provoked.
  • Scaling of analogue inputs on beckhoff corrected.
  • Unexpected trip of GB in SingleDG application when using overlap functionality

3.65.2

13/07/2012

Corrections:

  • Data regarding option H6 is now updated correctly on option N.
  • EIC: MTU Smart Connect 'EIC faults' handled correctly

3.65.0

06/06/2012

New features:

  • View line containing power and Gen-L1N added.

Corrections:

  • Swap timer in fuel optimization priority routine was not cleared properly. No backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • Shift of phase system from within m-logic did not work properly.
  • Profibus readings caused occasional strange behavior in Modbus control register above address 12.
  • High frequency (above 150Hz) immunity on AC voltage input implemented.
  • Volvo engine no longer starts up after end of battery test.
  • Rare freeze of the display after power up.

3.63.1

16/03/2012

  • EIC: Receiving single DM1 diagnostic not restricted in content any longer for all J1939 protocols.
  • Sync check function corrected for single and splitphase systems.
  • External communication alarm was falsely provoked when using profibus communication.
  • Scaling of 4-20mA on analogue input in slot#8 conflicted with scaling of analogue inputs in slot#6.
  • Endless closing/opening of MB in a Multi-Mains application in case Overlap functionality enabled and a MB on a Mains is opened in LTO sequence which is not supposed to run. No PM Backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • Ground Relay functionality modified: Close command to the ground breaker is postponed from being send at start up to being send when generator voltage and frequency is within operating range. The Ground Relay is held active once V/Hz in range detected (avoids potential flickering). When bigger DG connects to busbar it would rapidly deactivate/activate the ground relay once. When BTB deloading secure ground connection on both side of BTB. No Backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.

3.63.0

22/02/2012

PM compatibility version 1.01.0.

Includes versions: 1.00.0, 1.00.1, 1.00.2 & 1.00.3.

New features:

  • GOV and AVR signals can be inversed via analogue outputs via IOM. Use 'Inverse proportional' flag in menu 2781 (GOV) and 2782 (AVR).

Changes:

  • Ground Relay handling updated. Ground Relay activates as DG start up and remains activated until GB closed. Ground relay will open again in case GB closed and larger DG being on busbar and not preparing to disconnect has Ground Relay active. PM compatibility compromised in respect to GroundRelay functionality. Code prepared for breaker feedback handling though so support of this should bepossible to implement without further compromising of compatibility.
  • EIC: DM1 log entries now saved in standard Event Log. SPN for the alarms can be read via USW Event Log.
  • EIC: Occurrence counter available in DM1 and DM2 logs.
  • Service timer 2 initialized to 0 at download.
  • DG able to abort on-going stop sequence as long as extended stop sequence not yet initiated.

Corrections:

  • Unwanted retrieval of command status by a unit powering up in a power management application. No backward compatibility compromised due to this update.
  • I/O texts for breaker relays and feedbacks are now updated to N-option when breaker configuration is changed.
  • Translation texts are now being read correctly when connected via TCP/IP.
  • Texts used for presentation of 3 phase measurements are now updated "on the fly" when phase system is changed via M-logic. Device had to be powered down/up before refreshing the relevant texts. This is no longer necessary. EIC: Caterpillar (Perkins) support of two DM1 logs is now placing diagnostic codes in the correct log when using option H7.
  • Reading of texts from USW via TCP/IP (N-option) improved.
  • Menu1130 & 1140 displayed ##.##s instead of ###.#s in editing window.
  • Minimum setting for analogue regulation output was initialized to zero at every power up when using option EF5 or EF6.
  • U and Q low (1960 + 1970) alarms reaction time enhanced (faster reaction) when alarm state is caused by phase value and voltage already below set point.
  • Relay regulation now working correct with small differences (0,1Hz and 0,2Hz) between dfMax (ch 2021) and dfMin (ch 2022) for dynamic sync.
  • If "DG missing" alarm was present as well as G3 option the unit would switch to analogue var-sharing. Now the automatic switching is removed and the user have to use the M-logic event Analogue Loadsharing and this give both var-sharing and kW-sharing.
  • Voltage level for analogue load-share where reset to 4.0V at every power up when "CumminsPCC" was selected.

3.62.1

16/12/2011

PM compatibility version 1.00.2.

Includes versions: 1.00.0, 1.00.1.

Corrections:

  • Initialization of internal communication could some times fail at power up resulting in "internal comm." alarm.
  • Initialization of N-option could some times result in garbage/missing parameter data after firmware update.
  • A normally closed Vac BTB being in AUTO and ready to close, but unable to do so due to missing BA and BB voltage, could block for other BTB in the system to perform automatic closing.
  • No Backward compatibility is compromised due to this update

3.62.0

08/11/2011

New features:

  • EIC: MTU J1939 Smart Connect supported (see documentation).
  • EIC: After treatment / Diesel Particular Filtering implemented.
  • EIC: Digital AVR for Caterpillar CDVR implemented (option D1 required in combination with option H5 or option H7).
  • EIC: MTU ADEC available via option H7.
  • EIC: Cummins PCC1301 supported for speed control.
  • EIC: Caterpillar (Perkins): Two DM1 logs available for support of ADEM (primary) and EMCP (secondary) at the same time (H5 full support of both DM1's. H7 do not support BAM for the secondary log).
  • EIC: Caterpillar (Perkins): Start/stop signal to ECU can be enabled/disabled via M-logic.
  • EIC: Speed control signal to ECU can be inhibited (enabled/disabled) via M-logic.
  • EIC: Volvo Penta ECM2.2 Fuel Disable supported for battery test.
  • EIC: Inhibit of EIC alarms can be setup via M-logic.
  • EIC: Standard AGC-3 Idlerun functionality now turns the engine to 700rpm on differents engines (see documentation).
  • EIC: Protection lamp status and Malfunction lamp status implemented on J1939.
  • EIC: Both priority 3 and 6 are supported for Dash Display PGN, DM1 and DM2 logs (H7 requires option M4 software 2.03.0 or higher).
  • EIC: Cummins: Shutdown override signal available.
  • EIC: Coolant level alarms (2 levels) implemented in menu 7670 & 7680.

Changes:

  • EIC: Support of 19bit SPN numbers in DM1 and DM2 logs.
  • EIC: Engine hours available available up to 838000hours in display readout.
  • EIC: When changing nominal frequency, a ramp function will be performed.
  • Ethernet connection performance improved.
  • Display response performance improved.
  • Time gab from Multi-start demand occurs to Multi-start is executed diminished. No Backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • Multi-start modified to achieve engines being started “simultaneously”. No Backward compatibility is compromised due to this update.
  • Close before excitation functionality modified to achieve close before excitation relays are energized “simultaneously”. No Backward compatibility is compromised due to this update

3.61.1

21/06/2011

Changes:

  • Modbus readings of a few EIC data; Coolant temperature, Fuel temperature and Charge Air Temperature where presented with different number of decimals depending on the engine protocol selected. This has now been aligned so data is presented in the same manner independent of engine protocol selected.

Corrections:

  • Initialization during power up of External I/O's improved.
  • Missing update of analogue output on External I/O's fixed.
  • Termination of analogue load share Island Ramp in case of frequency increase.
  • Units in menu 7610-7660 in USW parameter list was not updated according to SI/US unit selection in menu10970.
  • Units in menu 7650-7660 in display was not updated according to SI/US unit selection in menu10970.
  • Value displayed in commissioning window of menu7610-7660 could deviate compared to the associated readings in display/modbus. This occurred in case of US units were selected in menu10970.
  • Data for presenting information in USW commissioning window was only updated ones at power up when connect via N-option.

3.61.0

06/06/2011

New features:

  • Support of OEM customers added.
  • Support Cummins PCC loadsharing added.

Changes:

  • DG block after power on period increased to secure engine comm. established before initiating start command.

Corrections:

  • Active and reactive power measurements improved in single and split phase measurement setup.
  • Initialization during power up of External I/O's improved
  • Read out of ADEC value Mean Trip Fuel Consumption corrected, Coolant temperature, Fuel temperature and Charge air temperature now displayed with one decimal as for ADEC/MDEC for all J1939 protocols.
  • False provoking of External Communication Error corrected.

3.60.0

06/06/2011

New features:

  • Support of Connectivity check of external connections (RS485 or TCP/IP). 
  • Used to verify if the external communications connected in a network is actually online or not (USW\SuperVision).
  • Support of Power Management Compatibility check.
    Used to verify if the power management functions are compatible between SW variants (USW\SuperVision).
  • Support of Genset Data display to be displayed in the USW\SuperVision. a. Compromises compatibility of Running Hour information amongst the controllers.
  • Preparation for scaling support to be introduced in upcoming AGC-4.
    Power management system now able to handle Step up/down transformers on busbar.  a. MB, TB and BTB synchronization compromised. b. Power capacity check compromised. c. LD start/stop in apparent power compromised.
  • Possibility of applying 0, 1 or 2 decimals on all 4-20mA inputs added.
  • New Fail class "Trip MB/GB" added.
  • Normally energized alarm relay handling supported.
  • Normally de-energized breaker relay for MB continuous breaker handling added.
  • Possibility of obtaining infinite synchronization during static synchronization without giving breaker close commands added.
  • Power references possible to read out in views.
  • Power factor reference possible to read out in views.
  • Cosines Phi read out supported.
  • Power factor read out now reads out true power factor.
  • G8 option supported.
  • EF6 option supported.
  • M14_2 option supported.
  • The battery test is now able to detect on M4 supply.
  • Possibility of setting Primary display control via Mlogic added.
  • Low speed alarm added.
  • Aus mode supported in Mains and BTB units (VDE0108 option).

Changes:

  • Phase sequence error detection updated. Now the phase sequence error check is always performed on both side. The phase sequence detected is compared with the user defined expected/intended phase sequence.
  • Preparation for scaling support to be introduced in upcoming AGC-4.
  • BTB will wait for a period of time, equal to LD stop delay, before initiating its deload sequence during active operation.
  • MB is now able to perform black closing even though it is missing all units on the CAN line as long as TB is present and open.
  • Extended Stop is now executed whenever a Semi Stop command is given when the DG is at halt. This is despite the mode of the controller.
  • In Power Management application where “Update All” is selected, a controller being in Block mode will listen for the last mode update madein the system and return to that mode when leaving Block mode.
  • VDO wire break now detect when actual measure boundaries of the HW are approached and not when transducer min/max resistance exceeded.
  • VDO fuel measurement is now filtered with suitable time constant.
  • Maxumum setting of VDO resistance increased from 480 to 1800 ohm.
  • Service timer alarm now activates at 08.00 in the morning instead of 00.00 at night

Corrections:

  • If TB was in the process of synchronising in Semi Auto mode, the sequence could not be aborted by a TB open command given via modbus.
  • If MB opens (trips) during LTO sequence before TB is synchronized and “SyncToMains” is enabled the TB do not connect DG(s) to load  as system expects synchronization to occur.
  • LTO sequence is active on IDToRun. Another Mains has MCU status and mode is shifted from SEMI to AUTO or vice versa on that Mains unit.  The LTO sequence is shortly interrupted – if BackSync ON MB is synchronized for ½s and then cancelled,  if BackSync OFF then TB is tripped (causing blackout) and MB closed and TB re-synchronized.
  • If common load present right of BTB and the Right Island was called upon from the left side, the BTB would close before a DG managed to connect on the right side. If the other way around the BTB would wait until DG connected to the left and then synchronize and close.
  • If LD start/stop was done in percentage instead of in absolute value, the calculation to determine whether swapping of DGs due to priority order should be executed was invalid. The calculation secures that the swapping only takes place if the DG to be substituted is able to be stopped on LD stop condition after connecting the substituting DG.
  • A DG start threshold functionality already exists. It provides the possibility of adding a threshold value that a user defined input must  exceed before start sequence is initiated. The implantation was done in a way so the threshold value should be exceeded whereas just being equal to was not sufficient. This gave complications if the threshold was to be done with just a digital input. Due to the general improvement
    of scaling handling this is now possible. As the digital input of the value “1” is compared to a one decimal threshold value any threshold value between 0.0 and 0.9 will now be seen as being below the value of the digital input.
  • NEL relays did not activate when application type was of the type "SingleDG".
  • If both ON and OFF feedback high on TB the MB would close without synchronization to voltage on busbar.
  • Control registers for enabling/disabling external control via constant commands instead of toggle commands added.
  • Phenomenon of potential loss of CAN telegrams solved.
  • Transmit rate of speed telegrams (FF46 and TSC1) to EMS2 increased from 40ms to 20ms.
  • Service port ID when using Ascii-comm. was equeal to external communication ID for H2 option (default value of "3"). It is now set to always using "1" as ID which is similar to how service power ID is handled in RTU-comm. mode.

3.50.7

08/02/2011

  • Extern I/O handling updated.

3.50.6

17/08/2010

  • Ramping handling updated.
  • Load Take Over handling updated.
  • Virtual Output handling updated.

3.50.5

29/06/2010

  • Regulation updated.
  • Modeshift functionality updated.
  • Running detection updated.

3.50.4

10/06/2010

  • PM Communication handling updated.
  • MB handling updated.
  • Close Before Excitation functionality updated.
  • Remote maintenance functionality updated.

3.50.3

21/05/2010

  • FailClass "Safety Stop" updated.
  • Load depending start/stop handling updated.
  • BTB handling updated.
  • MB handling updated.
  • Remote maintenance functionality updated.

3.50.2

23/04/2010

  • Language handling updated.
  • Remote maintenance handling updated.
  • Compact breaker handling updated.
  • Display handling updated.
  • Engine communication updated.

3.50.1

24/03/2010

  • BTB handling updated.
  • Modbus respons time improved.

3.50.0

05/01/2010

  • Ut< (Time dependent under voltage) protection support.
  • Option A1 updated with Undervoltage and reactive power low protection
  • The droop functions in menu 7120 to 7180 has been updated for better and increased performance.
  • The “Close Before Excitation” function is updated
  • RunCoil handling updated.
  • AUS mode handling updated.

3.41.2

02/10/2009

  • MB on sequence updated for continues breakers.
  • Shutdown override handling updated for single DG applications.
  • Close before excitation handling updated
  • GB on sequence for compact breakers updated
  • Engine communication logging updated
  • MB handling updated

3.41.1

18/08/2009

  • VectorJump handling updated.
  • Info-text handling updated.
  • Update made in initialization of Power management CAN lines.
  • Compact breaker handling updated.
  • Power available read out updated.
  • Inhibits functionality updated.
  • TB close failure handling updated.
  • BTB handling in respect to under voltage coil presents updated

3.41.0

18/02/2009

  • G7 (Gen-set Group) introduced
  • QuickSetup introduced
  • Application BroadCast introduced
  • Ramp functionality updated with multiple steps and support in LoadShare
  • Heavy consumer introduced
  • LD start/stop in % and I apparent power introduced
  • BaseLoad introduced
  • NEL group handling introduced
  • Asymmetric LS introduced

3.32.1

18/02/2009

  • Update made in EIC.
  • Update made in Mains protections.
  • Update made regarding ModeShift handling in power management applications.
  • Update made regarding TEST sequence handling in power management applications.

3.32.0

18/12/2008

  • RPM measurement updated.
  • A4 option updated.
  • LTO handling updated.
  • Engine coomunication updated.

3.31.1

31/10/2008

  • Improved handling of engine interface communication when EIC disconnected.

3.31.0

03/10/2008

  • EF5 PWM output supported.
  • Option N supported.

3.30.0

15/07/2008

G4 Power management option introduced

General update of power management options (G4 and G5) to handle multiple mains and bus tie breakers

H8 option (Beckhoff) introduced

J1939 ADEC (H5 only) and CUMMINS protocol supported

General update of J1939 Diagnostics handling

3.20.2

22/02/2008

  • Improved test modes: Simple test and Load test.
  • Improved accuracy of power measurements at low frequency <40Hz.
  • Improved accuracy and response time of dfdt measurements.
  • Improved voltage regulation.
  • Improved MultiStart functionality.

3.20.1

04/12/2007

Problem with zip file. AGC_appl_v3201.zip

3.20.1

03/12/2007

  • Improved vector jump calculation.
  • Updates made intransducer output handling.
  • Updates made in start/stop priority routines.

3.20.0

20/09/2007

  • Busbar unbalance voltage trip implemented.
  • Mains failure sequence updated with unbalance voltage detection.
  • Split phase measurement for L1-L2 implemented.
  • Functionality concerning start/stop commands in G5 applications updated.
  • Handling of command unit status updated.
  • CAN error detection in G5 applications updated.
  • GSM modem support updated.

3.10.7

12/07/2007

  • Language handling updated.
  • Ground relay functionality updated.
  • Analogue input handling updated.
  • Engine communication updated.

3.10.6

11/06/2007

  • Engine interface relay handling updated

3.10.5

04/06/2007

TB handling updated.

3.10.4

11/05/2007

  • Scantime optimized.

3.10.3

01/05/2007

  • Updates made in power ramp functionality.
  • Updates made in display handling.

3.10.2

16/03/2007

  • Updates made in engine communication.
  • Updates made in TB and MB synchronization.

3.10.1

19/02/2007

  • Updates made in remote mode shift handling.
  • Updates made in handling of multiple displays.
  • Updates made in Battery test funktionality.

3.10.0

18/01/2007

  • A5 option implemented.
  • TB initial position made confirurable.
  • Multi stat functionality updated.

3.01.1

24/11/2006

Updates made for BB voltage protections.

3.01.0

25/10/2006

Version 3.01.0

Changes:

  • Special feature added for OEM costumer option.

3.00.1

02/10/2006

Changes:

Updates made in G5 CAN error handling.  

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