DME ECU Programming: This is the same as when you install the the Windows Operating System in your desktop computer. This process tells the DME to which car it will installed in and how it should manage the engine performance while the car is working.How do I connect the DME to the EWS?
In order for the unit to work in the car, a DME to EWS Alignment/Synchronization has to be carried out. This is done using a BMW scanner like this USB Interface Cable Car with you laptop USB connection, a GT1, ISTA, Autologic, Launch X431 or Baum Tool DS2021.How long does it take to synchronize the ECU and DME?
DME Alignment/Synchronizing: This is a simple "Copy & Paste" process which takes only 5 minutes. The BMW Scanner copies the "Rolling Code" from the EWS and Pastes it in the DME memory. This process "marries" a new ECU to the vehicle allowing it to start.What is DMEM made of?
DMEM was originally formulated with low glucose (1 g/L) and sodium pyruvate, but is often used with higher glucose levels, with or without sodium pyruvate. For Research Use Only: Not intended for animal or human diagnostic or therapeutic use. Gibco® DMEM is manufactured at a cGMP compliant facility, located in Paisley, Scotland, UK.