[04.2024] Scania SDP3 2.60.1 Diagnosis & Programming Software Installation Service

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Description

Scania SDP3 2.60.1 is the latest diagnostic software for Scania diagnostic tool VCI 2 and Scania VCI 3. SDP3 (Scania Diagnosis & Programmer) software is an OEM software designed to maintain Scania trucks, other heavy vehicles and marine or industry engines over VCI diagnostic interface.

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Price only for One PC installation and Activation

 

Scania SDP3 Software Features:

Languages:German,English,Spanish,Finnish,French,Italian,Japanese,Korean,Dutch,Polish,Arabic,Portuguese,Russian,Swedish,Turkish,Chinese, Traditional Chinese,Romanian
OS:Window 7,Windows 8 and Window 10
Region:Worldwide
Version:2.60.1
Support Scania VCI3
Provide one free after-sale service

 

 

Need Netframework 4.8 or up version installed on system.(After installation,need restart your pc)
In order to install SDP3, administrator rights are required.

 

Scania SDP3 Functions:

Check and adjustments
Conversion
Maintenance
Campaign
Bodywork
Fault Codes
Fault Reporting
Programming of Control units

 

Supported resolving trouble codes to text description for the following types:
EMS (S6, S7, S8).
GMS (OPC4, OPC5).
RET (RET1, RET2).
AWD (AWD1).
EEC (SCR1, EEC3).
COO (COO6, COO7).
HMS (HMS1).

Some interesting options:
AdBlue ON/OFF.
EGR ON/OFF.
Chassis ID/VIN Change.
Immobilizer ON/OFF.
Truck Power INCREASE.
ECU Recovery.
ECU Reset.
ECU Unlock.

 

Scania SDP3 Support Systems:

EMS – Engine management system.
GMS – Gearbox management system.
RET – Retarder system.
AWD – All wheel drive system.
CLS – Clutch Control.
EEC – Exhaust Emission Control.
COO (COO7) – Coordinator.
BWS (BCI1) – Bodywork system.

 

2024.03 Scania SDP3 2.59.3 Software Display:

 

Scania SDP3 Update Log New Features:

2.59.3

New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
APS2 product update
The product update applies to all vehicles fitted with APS2.
The current values for the condition of the desiccant container will be saved
before the APS2 product update is started. When the product update has
been carried out, all values are written back to the control unit. The values
for the condition of the desiccant container are not affected by the product
update.
General changes
No major general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

 

2.59.1
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
FLC3, improved method for dynamic calibration
The improved method for calibrating FLC3 means that the calibration time is now shorter.
The wizard can be found under Electrical system > FLC > FLC3.
After running the Calibrating the camera, dynamic calibration wizard, the vehicle only needs to be driven the entire distance of 50 km in exceptional cases.
The new method means that, while driving, you check that the value for
Dynamic calibration status changes from Not calibrated to Calibrated.
This signal is new and now included in the wizard Check the status of the camera calibration
When the value for Dynamic calibration status changes to Calibrated and the values for dynamic calibration are above 90%, calibration is complete and you can stop the vehicle. This usually occurs at a distance driven of 10-20 km. Depending on the circumstances, a distance driven up to 50 km may be required in exceptional cases.
If dynamic calibration has not been completed within a distance driven of 50 km, a fault code will be generated and you must redo the calibration.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

2.58.3

New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
A wizard for checking oil pressure on DW6 engines,EMS10
The wizard has been developed to check the oil pressure in DW6 engines,EMS10.
The wizard can be found under:
Functions > Check > Powertrain > Engine > Basic engine.
The wizard makes it possible to carry out troubleshooting based on the oil pressure.
The wizard checks the oil pressure in relation to reference values to determine whether the pressure is within approved values. The wizard also allows you to choose between active or passive control of the oil pressure.
Diagnostic support for new BEV generation
New diagnostic tools have been developed for BEV generation 3.
A summary of the systems concerned and the wizards that have been developed for them is provided below.
The more comprehensive wizards that have been developed are then described.

BDM2
Control unit for the analysis and assessment of the electric power supply and electric power consumption. Manages the charge level and maintenance of 24 volt batteries.
Calibrating the electrical system
• Calibrating the battery data module during battery renewal
EMU1
Control system for cooling, charging and electric power take-off.
BMU7
Control system for cooling, charging and electric power take-off.
Electrical system wizard for checking the propulsion battery
• Classification of the propulsion battery
• Check risk factors
• Check insulation resistance
• Check battery state of health
• Check serial number
• Check temperatures
• Overview, temperature and voltage
• Check the cell voltages
• Check contactors
• Check flag for contactor fault
• Check pyro fuse flags
• Check flags for overvoltage
• Check flags for undervoltage
• Check flags for missing signals
• Check flags for overcurrent
• Check flags for high temperature
• View more information about battery components
• Battery module balancing support
TMS4
PTO control
• Overview of electric power take-off
Electricity supply, +24 V
• Battery health status
Under the function view for electric drive system performance

Electric drive system
• Overview of the VCB electrical system
• Overview of CAN network
• Initiation network overview
• Control of the electric power consumption of the VCB components
• Check insulation resistance
• Check propulsion batteries that are not responding
• Force closure of contactors in R126 and R130

Propulsion batteries
• Overview of voltage class B – Voltage levels and temperatures
• Overview of the components of the propulsion battery
• Classification of propulsion battery
• Checking contactors
• Propulsion battery serial number check
• Check battery state of health
• Check for flags due to abnormal voltage of temperature
• Check flags due to missing voltage and temperature signals
• Checking pyrofuses in propulsion batteries
• Support for module balancing
• Forced restart of BMU control unit
Charging the electric drive system
• Checking latch assembly for charging
• Checking signals for external charging
Electric drive system cooling system
• Checking the cooling system components
• Cooling system venting
Under the function view for powertrain and gearbox
Calibration
• Gearbox: Test for accelerometer adaptation
• Gearbox: Resetting the adaptations in the gearbox
• Electric drive system: Calibrating the rotor position on the electric
machine
Checks
• Gearbox, general: Checking CAN messages
• Gear control: Checking solenoid valves
• Gear control: Checking the gear changing function
• Gear control: Overview of the gearbox
• Gear control: Operate any coupling sleeve
• Shafts: Checking the rotational speed signals
• Oil system: Checking the gearbox oil level
General changes
No major general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

2.58.2
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue

2.58.1
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
New calibration wizards for forward looking camera FLC3
NOTE:
The information applies to all vehicles fitted with FLC3 which have a forward looking camera with part number 3 004 425.
Due to a software error in cameras with part number 3 004 425, the regular workshop calibration with a target and measuring system is not working.
There are now 2 alternative methods for calibrating the camera, Dynamic calibration or Calibrating the camera in 2 steps, both of which replace the standard calibration method.
Select the calibration methods that best correspond to the conditions you have in order to carry out a calibration.
Dynamic calibration is carried out by first measuring the height from the ground up to the camera lens and then entering that measurement into the wizard. The value is then written to the camera.
After that, the vehicle must be driven a distance of at least 50 km on the road to complete the camera’s dynamic calibration.
Calibration of the camera in 2 steps is carried out as before using tools 2 200 024 (target) and 2 245 478 (measuring system) but with a changed height on the target and at two
different distances.
Since the target and measuring system are not adapted to the height or distances required for this method, modifications will be necessary. The height and distances required are described in the wizard.
The wizards are available from SDP3 2.57.2. In this issue, the Dynamic calibration wizard is only available with preliminary texts in English.
From issue SDP3 2.58.1 onwards, all texts have been translated.
The wizard for calibrating distance sensors in traffic Applies to vehicles fitted with DIS3.
The wizard for calibrating distance sensors in traffic has been updated from SDP3 2.57.2 onwards.
In earlier versions of SDP3, it was not possible to complete the calibration process. This has now been corrected.
The wizard for calibrating distance sensors in traffic can be found in the electrical system view -> DIS3 -> Calibration.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

2.57.2
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
SDP3 now controls the engine speed when running the “Measuring braking force” wizard
The “Measuring braking force” wizard, which can be found under Auxiliary brake in check wizards for the powertrain, has been changed so that SDP3 now controls the engine speed during testing.
SDP3 now controls the engine speed when running the “Testing retarder performance” wizard
The “Test of retarder performance” wizard, which can be found under Auxiliary brake in check wizards for the powertrain, has been changed so that SDP3 now controls the engine speed during testing.

Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

2.57.1
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

2.56.3
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

2.56.2
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major general changes in the issue.8
System-specific changes
No major system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

Scania Diagnos & Programmer 3 Version 2.53.2
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
New function parameters have been added
TMS3
• Brake request to EBS
TMS2
• Increase in propulsion with electric drive.
• Increase in charging with engine.
• Target for state of charge, hybrid vehicle energy strategy.
TMS4
• New alternative for the function parameter DHSCType:
Downhill speed control with active prediction.
• Active prediction with brake activation for cruise control speed.

Circuits for double front axles are now shown in the
electrical system view
AWD2
• B1005
• B1006
• V1031
General changes
No major new general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major new system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

Scania Diagnos & Programmer 3 Version 2.52.5
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major new general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
EGR function test for Power Solutions products has
been clarified.
The clarification means that the wizard will prompt the person carrying
out an EGR function test on Power Solutions products, fitted with S8 and
EGR, to check the set fault codes after the function test.
The function test does not report any faults in the flow section of the test.
Instead, there are set fault codes that contain this information.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

Scania Diagnos & Programmer 3 Version 2.52.4
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major new general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major new system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

Scania Diagnos & Programmer 3 Version 2.52.3
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
No major new system-specific features in the issue.
General changes
No major new general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major new system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Exceptions
No major exceptions in the issue.

Scania Diagnos & Programmer 3 Version 2.51.2
New general features
No major new general features in the issue.
New system-specific features
Eco-roll
The eco-roll function for TMS2 has been further developed.
A workshop can now activate the different functions according to
customer requirements using a function parameter in SDP3.
Gearbox function view
Sub-headings have been added in the gearbox function view. This makes
it easier to locate the correct wizard.
General changes
No major new general changes in the issue.
System-specific changes
No major new system-specific changes in the issue.
Corrections
No major corrections in the issue.
Deviations
No major deviations in the issue.

Additional information

Version

2.58.3, 2.59.3

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