This product is for upgrade from WinOLS 502 to WinOLS 505 with 1 user license. Your existing checksum credits on account will carry over.
WinOLS is the leading engine control unit remapping program available to professional aftermarket tuners, written specifically to modify the memory contents of ECUs.
It facilitates the searching and finding of maps, which can then be named and viewed in different ways and changed. To change the data, different functions are available to edit the maps.
WinOLS stores all of the data and map information for each vehicle in a project file, meaning you have the original and all tuning versions for that vehicle in one easy to find project. These project files hold all information obtained while processing of a given controller. Other information, such as customer name, car number, and image files can be added.
Modifications to maps are stored as ‘versions’ and can have comments added to them detailing changes made to the tuning file. Up to 200 versions of one original file are possible.
All modified projects are shown in a list, which can be filtered and sorted, so it is easy to find an already modified project again.
- The representation of the raw data is available in 2D graphic or hex / decimal dump. Automatic processor detection to distinguish between program and data area.
- Functions to search for maps and to put them down on the map list makes efficient working a lot easier.
- A 3D preview window makes it easier to find maps
- Maps can be shown as 3D/2D chart or as a table.
- Automatic search of ECU and software numbers.
- You can select either English or German as the interface language and switch between these.
- Import and export of binary files, Intel and Motorola-Hexfiles. All types can be zipped, coded and have swapped lines or be sent directly by mail.
- Real 64-bit application, only Win10-64
- SQL database for project management
- Configurable search masks for naming maps so you can create your own map database inside WinOLS 5
- Can display Float64 maps
- Interface dark mode