CRAMAS is a HIL simulator that recreates a virtual development environment for electronic control units.
CRAMAS is a HIL simulator developed by FUJITSU TEN.
HIL simulator is used as a development environment of Electronic Control Unit which can simulate actual operations based on a variety of formula models.
CRAMAS, a FUJITSU TEN-manufactured HIL simulator, is used by many automakers, suppliers and research organizations that use it in a wide array of tasks which includes control development of hybrid and electric vehicles that Japan proudly offers to the world.
- Because of its expandable structure, the system can be changed to match the model being used.
- Implementing motor characteristic parameters JMAG has analyzed (RTT file) enables speedy and precise real-time motor simulation.
- Motor unit specifications
- A motor model calculating in a 2μs period: precision equivalent to JMAG-RT
- Accurately recreates DC link and inverter failure behavior
- Input: Choose from three or six inverter gate drive signals
Output: 3 x three-phase voltage (motor standard neutral point)
3 x three-phase current
2 x resolver signal
6 x inverter component currents (expanded)
1 x inverter DC current (expanded)
- Electronic control system development
Engines, transmissions, HEV systems, motors and batteries
- Various types of ECU evaluation or debugging
- Inspection tools for manufacturing processes
FUJITSU TEN is a comprehensive car electronics manufacturer involved in a variety of electronic control units mounted in cars, starting with car navigation and car audio systems.
Using ICT to link a number of systems, like "linking cars with society," "linking cars with people" and "linking cars with other cars and cars with infrastructure," FUJITSU TEN is working on creating products with new value and in new areas.
In the electronic control unit field, FUJITSU TEN is a total solution company involved in control development for hybrid and electric vehicles and engaged in HIL simulator development, provision and support for development environments through the development and production of electronic control units.