New Trasdata is a unique tool supporting all microprocessors utilized by any kind of vehicles , for reading and programming operations in BDM, BOOT, JTAG, NBD and BAM mode.
When the ECU microprocessor (CPU) is provided by “anti-tuning” feature, a software patch realised by New Trasdata unlocks the OBDII communication, which is therefore restored and supported.

  The list of microprocessors (CPU) now includes:

• Motorola MPC5xx (BDM mode)
• Motorola MC68xxx (BDM mode)
• Motorola MPC55xx (JTAG mode)
• Renesas SH705x (AUD/BOOT mode)
• Mitsubishi MH72xx/MH82xx (BOOT mode)
• Infineon Tricore (BOOT mode)
• ST Microelectronics ST10xxx (BOOT mode)
• Motorola HC12 (BDM mode)
• Renesas M32R (BOOT mode)
• Nec 76F00xx (NBD mode)
• Freescale/ST MPC56xx SPC56x (JTAG mode)
• Freescale/ST SPC5777F (BAM mode)

Few easy steps to get to the core: New Trasdata allows the reading and programming of the whole content of the ECU: microprocessor (CPU), flash Eprom and serial Eeprom. A wide variety of operations is therefore supported: after the initial reading, it is always possible to retrieve the original ECU content even in the case of blocking (back-up). This tool also perform autonomous checksum recalculations to ensure normal engine working conditions after the modification. The operations can be performed without any physical soldering/desoldering intervention: a metal positioning frame provided with specific terminal adapters create the connection between the ECU board and the tool. In specific cases, it is possible to perform reading/writing operations without even opening the ECU.

A must-have tool for reading/writing bench operating: specific functions conceived for the tuning field like the mentioned reading of the whole ECU firmware, or the self-identification of the engine maps and important additional parameters (even if located in different components of the ECU), confirm New Trasdata as the leading tool available today on the market for reading and programming bench operations.
One tool - available in both master and slave versions - to support all microprocessors in the automotive field.