ECU CAN Bus Simulator for OBD-II Development
The OBDLink ScanTool ECUsim 2000 ECU CAN Simulator for OBD-II Development is a small diagnostic tool that is ideal for DIY testing and development of OBD services and software. The CAN Bus (ISO 15765) model supports a range of parameter IDs, diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs), freeze frames, and SAE J1979 modes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, and A.
Five analog signals are assigned to standard Parameter IDs, such as coolant temperature, engine speed (RPM), vehicle speed, oxygen sensor voltage, mass airflow (MAF).
The ECUsim 2000 features a USB connection which can be used to monitor OBD CAN bus traffic and perform firmware upgrades. The simulator includes a "fault event" button, and indicator lights for power, connection, and MIL (malfunction indicator light).
OBD-II: Functions, Monitors and Diagnostic Techniques
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