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Licenses for all blue PiraT data loggers.


CCP (Can Calibration Protocol).

This license lets you record the exchange of data between control units synchronously in the form of a CCP protocol using the CAN interface.


DLT (Diagnostic Log and Trace).

This option lets you receive and record DLT messages using the Ethernet and serial interfaces. When using Ethernet, it is also possible to send control messages for online configuration of the ECU.


Complex triggers.

Complex triggers – conveniently implemented: a complex trigger defines the relationship between an event and an action. This means that a configurable action is executed when a configurable event occurs. Examples of configurable events include conditions for CAN signals (greater than, smaller than, equal to, etc. a specific value) and even the function keys of the remote control. Events can be linked using logic gates (AND, OR, NOT).


Video recording.

This option lets you record up to four analog video signals using a video server on the blue PiraT Mini. Alternatively, an Ethernet camera can be recorded via the Ethernet interface.


XCP (Universal Measurement and Calibration Protocol).

The XCP calibration protocol defines communication between control units and a master for the data exchange. The XCP license lets you poll these internal control unit signals. In contrast to CCP, the XCP protocol generalizes the access to control units so that different transport layers can be used. Our license supports CAN and Ethernet. 



(standard from firmware version 2.x)

This license lets you record Ethernet raw data from a system with e.solution Tracing Framework with the blue PiraT Mini. The blue PiraT Mini accepts the TCP data stream supplied by the ESOTrace server and saves the data to the hard disk of the logger. This data can then be converted to JSON format using the Telemotive client.


Online streaming.

(standard from firmware version 2.x)

This add-on lets you output data streams via the Gigabit Ethernet interface of the blue PiraT Mini in real time. The trace data is still stored in parallel in the internal memory of the data logger. The data is transferred to the Ethernet interface as a Telemotive ASCII-formatted client library file (*.dll). It is synchronously stored and made available. This enables the client library to be smoothly integrated into an existing tool chain or simply to be used for display purposes with the Telemotive client software.


Terminal Light.

(standard from firmware version 2.x)

This feature enables multiple blue PiraT data loggers to be read out at the same time using a second IP address without having to configure this as a DHCP client.



Licenses only for the blue PiraT Mini.


BroadR-Reach® logging.

This add-on lets you record a BroadR-Reach® link using the two integrated BroadR-Reach® interfaces of the blue PiraT Mini CAN. These interfaces replace two of the four RJ45 Ethernet ports.


MOST150 streaming.

This software add-on lets the blue PiraT Mini MOST150 record audio and video data passing through the MOST150 streaming channel.



Licenses only for the blue PiraT2.


GPS (Global Positioning System).

Positioning is easy with the blue PiraT2. The add-on includes a GPS transmitter suitable for automotive applications which can be switched on and off. It is easy and user-friendly to use via the client software. The GPS data is provided in Telemotive trace file format (*.tmt).


MOST150 streaming.

This software add-on lets the blue PiraT2 MOST150 record audio and video data passing through the MOST150 streaming channel.



Please note:

A license is always valid for one device; it is associated with the serial number and cannot be transferred to another device.