NOTE: EDR Episodic is replaced by EZ Patch since 07-2019. If you bought your ePatch before this date contact email@example.com to get a firmware update.
It has been developed in cooperation with the University of Bologna (prof. Stefano Severi) and it is distributed open source (LGPLv3).
This will allow researchers to modify it and implement customized features to fit their needs.
The link to a github repository will be added here in order to allow researchers to actively contribute to the official release version.
It is now possible to interact with your Elements devices programatically via a .dll!
A quick way to have an overview of the .dll functionalities is to connect your device to Elements Data Reader downloadable in this page. The .dll will provide all of the functionalities available in the GUI!
Each device requires a specific .dll, so if you want to start developing for you device write to firstname.lastname@example.org, ask for your .dll and indicate:
- the device you own;
- if you want to build a 32 or a 64 bits application.
- Since the .dll uses functionalities from C++11, including winpthreads and is built using a MinGW compiler, a compatible compiler is required. So in order to build your application you’ll need MinGW-W64 with GCC ver5+.
- At the moment the dynamic library is available only for Windows
Minimum system requirements for EDR, EDA and EZ Patch:
- Windows 7, 8.1, 10 or macOS Catalina*, Mojave, Sierra, High Sierra
- CPU 2.00 GHz
- RAM 4 GB
- Display 1366 x 768
- 1 USB port
*Note: on macOS Catalina Gatekeeper will complain about the software being potentially malicious. We’re working to solve this issue, but until then you can still install our applications provided that you let your mac open the installers anyway (more on this on Apple’s website: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202491)
Suggested system requirements for EDR and EZ Patch
- CPU 2.60 GHz
- RAM 8 GB
- Display 1920 x 1080