Welcome to EVC electronic

Since 1991 we are engaged with the special problem of car electronics and the adjustment of engine controllers. We're offering tools for your chiptuning as soft- and hardware:

Our company supplies only tuning companies and dealers.

Almost all products are developed and manufactured  by EVC electronic. They are free of third parties' rights or delivery opportunities. EVC electronic is ISO-9001 certified. Our products are only available directly from EVC and these authorized dealers:

Authorized dealers:
Ace Autoresearch Sdn Bhd, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Cambodia and Vietnam
ATM-Chiptuning BV, Netherlands
car-tec, Spain
Chiptuningshop Limited, UK, USA
DNA Motorsport, United Kingdom, Ireland
EcuSoftService Team , Russia
EMSTEC, Korea
Gene Company Co., Ltd., Korea, Seoul
Maptec, Australia
Morendi Tuning, Russia
NKLAB, Korea
RevLimit, Greece
REVTEC Performance, Thailand
Roadmaster HTP, France
SEDOX Performance AS, Norway
Setup Group Innovation S.L., Spain
TCM turbo SRL, Romania
tPower racing s.r.o., Czech Republic, Beroun
V-Tech, Poland, Ukraine

Training courses:
car-tec, Spain
DNA Motorsport, United Kingdom, Ireland
EMSTEC, Korea
Gene Company Co., Ltd., Korea, Seoul
IBTronic, Italy
Morendi Tuning, Russia
NKLAB, Korea
RevLimit, Greece
Setup Group Innovation S.L., Spain
tPower racing s.r.o., Czech Republic, Beroun
V-Tech, Poland, Ukraine

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News

SPI-Wizard III

A new version of SPI Wizard III is ready for download.

BSL131/132

We have just discovered a problem with some probes BSL131 and BSL132 manufactured in 2015:

It regards a wrong transistor on the probe to switch on the “H” Bootpin. The bootmode switch doesn"t work on the "H" ports - they are always ON, no matter of the switch position.

The problem occurs only at ECUs with “H” bootpin, if it is connected just at the start and the switch moved to “OFF”.

A workaround is that you must remove any "H" bootpin either at the ECU or at the probe, if the software asks you to "Remove the bootpins".

The wrong transistor is marked with L1D**: Picture: Wrong Transistor

The correct one W1S or I2N**: Picture: Correct Transistor

Of course, we repair all probes send to us without charge.

EVC

New:

Customers can now see and download their received invoices under Account-Invoices.



Checksum news

OLS818 2.53

Siemens Tricore: New file SID309

OLS805 2.18

TRW Volvo Truck: Recognition of hex files improved

OLS283 2.26

Sagem 2000 / 3000: Now also Valeo J34 Galetto files

OLS238 2.91

Bosch/Siemens/Delco Opel: New SIMTEC81 file

OLS809 2.67

Delphi DCM3: Now also file size 300400h at DCM3.5


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