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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

ETKA is the official electronic parts catalogue (EPC) for Volkswagen Group[1] motor vehicles.[2] Launched in 1989, ETKA superseded the older parts books and microfilm-based catalogues.[1] ETKA is an abbreviation from the German: Elektronischer Teilekatalog. It is produced for Volkswagen AG by the Munich-based specialist automotive industry information systems software publisher LexCom Informationssysteme GmbH.[2] As of July 2019 the latest release of the ETKA software is ETKA 8.2.

ETKA detail

ETKA details genuine original parts from Volkswagen Group's four mainstream marques of automobiles, Volkswagen, SEAT, Škoda, and Audi.[3] It also covers Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Volkswagen Marine, and Volkswagen Industrial Motor. The coverage ranges from the 1947 Volkswagen Beetle, right through to the latest present day vehicles and associated applications.[1]

The four marques covered by ETKA also have specific sections for geographic regions, along with its main "home market" of Europe. Furthermore, ETKA is customisable in specifics such as local purchase or sales taxes, local currencies, delivery addresses, and communications protocols.

With the facility to directly input individual Vehicle Identification Numbers (VIN), ETKA includes the ability to access the central database at Volkswagen AG, and highlights vehicle-specific components from within the larger range of components of the relevant vehicle model. These results can then be used to auto-generate online ordering for required parts, and can be fully integrated into third party Dealership Management Systems (DMS).

Additional inclusive components of ETKA are catalogues for generic hardware (fastenings, bulbs, batteries, etc.) and chemicals (oils, greases, sealants), along with a general accessories catalogue. It can also give information as regards any outstanding workshop actions against the vehicle chassis number.

Similar products

LexCom also produce electronic parts catalogues for other marques.[4] These include:

  • the Porsche parts catalogue, PET (German: Porsche Elektronischer Teilekatalog),[4] which is arranged in an identical fashion to Volkswagen Group's ETKA.
  • the truckmaker MAN's MANTIS (MAN which replaced their previous CAPS parts catalogue.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "LexCom - History". Lex-Com.net. LexCom Informationssysteme GmbH. Retrieved 8 November 2009.
  2. ^ a b "ETKA7 - Configuration Instructions - DMS-Backbone Interface - Full version DVD" (PDF). ETKAinfo.com. LexCom Informationssysteme GmbH. April 2009. p. 4. Archived from the original (PDF) on 10 July 2011. Retrieved 5 November 2009.
  3. ^ "myETKAinfo - Registration" (PDF). ETKAinfo.com. LexCom Informationssysteme GmbH. March 2008. Retrieved 5 November 2009.
  4. ^ a b c "Products". Lex-Com.net. LexCom Informationssysteme GmbH. Retrieved 18 November 2009.

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