K-Suite 2.39. New protocols for KESSv2 and K-TAG.
In the last few months, we have worked to try to reduce the distance between what we have been offering and your real needs. We know there is still a long way to go, but we are working on it every day. In addition to this, we keep on researching and studying what are not yet your needs, but that they will be.
Less than a month after the last update, we’re introducing today the release 2.38. An update with many innovations regarding both KESSv2 and K-TAG with 26 new protocols for Car, Bike, Tractor and Truck.
As of today, just with Alientech Official tools, you’ll be able to meet all the markets needs working on many Vehicles. Just some examples: you’ll work on the latest Giulia and Stelvio, on the last generation Ford Transit, on the newest Porsche, and many others.
Just a few weeks after the last update, we’re introducing you a very important new one: as of today, only with Alientech K-TAG, you can work on the latest Alfa Romeo Giulia and Stelvio.
Alientech, actually, is the first to give you the chance to safely and professionally read and write at bench the ECU Marelli M10JA, equipped on the 2.0 Turbo Euro 6 engine, found on the latest Alfa.
Just a couple of days ago, we released an update dedicated to K-TAG. Today we are introducing you a new one dedicated to KESSv2, that will let you work on many different vehicles, older and newer, among the most required in the markets worldwide. Porsche, Volkswagen, Chevrolet just to quote a few of the most important brands of this long-awaited and important update.
New update for the K-Suite software. Now released, with this 2.34 update, new protocols for reading and writing ECUs on the bench with K-TAG for Cars, Trucks, Tractors and Boats.
The microcontrollers updated are BDM, Bootloader, JTAG and NEC NBD: many new protocols are added to our List, increasing the number of vehicles on which you can work.
New BAM communication interface
Our R & D department, after a study in microcontrollers Freescale / Motorola MPC5xxx, SPC56xxx and MPC56xxx, has introduced a new system to use the communication interface BAM (Bus Access Module), which is added to the J-TAG mode already existing.