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EOL Parametrization of VC-VCCU with vFlash

Last updated: 2019-12-17

How can I parametrize EOL of VC-VCCU with vFlash?


Using vFlash 5.0 you can not only flash or parametrize your VC-VCCU but also even automate the parametrization.  

In the following Custom Action example, setting the DIDs of the VC-VCCU (0xFD03) using vFlash was implemented with C#. The corresponding Visual Studio project and the resulting dll are available via …\Release_8_0_0\VC-VCCU Parametrization_vFlash_EOL

It can be used as a Pre-Flash Custom Action. Alternatively, the script can be recorded using CANoe snippets or Indigo scripts.


Proceed with vFlash as following to activate the Custom Action:

  1. Deactivate flash data in vFlash.

  2. Select dll for the pre-flash action in vFlash.

  3. Configure communication parameters for CAN.
  4. Start flashing.
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