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Softronic and Durametric are pleased to anounce a new diagnostic standard for Porsche that is second to none .
We have release 997, Boxster (987), Cayman into the beta, other models will be added over the next 6-8 weeks
100% new code, Durametric 6.0 shares no code with Durametric 5
Added coverage for many new control modules. We now cover every module possible in the 9×7 cars.
Automatic vehicle recognition, on 9×7 cars software will automatically detect vehicle type and the modules that are installed in the car
New short test allows scanning all modules for faults and see all faults on one screen
Quick erase allows faults to be cleared from all modules in one operation
Support for non-critical faults, in some cases a module may have fault codes that do not require action these faults will be indicated with a yellow icon
Support for activations in most modules
Support for actual values in most modules
Support for 2009 DFI cars Siemens SDI3 ECU
Support for PDK transmissions
System / Short tests on engine modules
Freeze frame information on engine modules
Coding on many modules (professional version only), some examples of things that can be coded are:
Added or removing control modules from the car, for example disabling TPM, or PASM
Recoding of airbag to allow racing seats to be installed and not trigger an airbag light
Activating day time running lights
Adjusting the behavior of each key
and many more…
997 Convertible top calibration
Improved installation process
Automatic software updates
Improved work log
Command console (professional version only) provides direct communication with the control module for advanced users
Workshop information, Professional version can add the shop information to appear on customer printouts
and many other new features
Since this is the first release of a major long term project, there will be many revisions and bug fixes over the next few weeks.
This release is only compatible with our second generation diagnostic interfaces. If you have purchased your kit after February 2008 then it is a second generation kit.
The cable with a box in the middle of the wire are first generation cables.
Cables with the electronics in the connector can be either first or second generation
If the cable has the light on the side that reads “Durametric” or “Softronic” then it is a second generation interface
If the light is on the side that says “Enthusiast” or “Professional” then it is a first generation interface
Customers with first generation interfaces can upgrade to the second generation interface for $150 USD. These customers may contact Durametric or Softronic as required.
Both Durametric 6.0 and Durametric 5 can be installed at the same time on the same computer.
To run Durametric 6.0, you will need to:
1.Install the stand-alone interface drivers.
2.Install Durametric 6.0.