- CANCrocoLITE - Contactless CAN Bus Reader
CANCrocoLITE - Contactless CAN Bus Reader
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CANCrocoLITE is used for contactless data reading from CAN bus of personal cars and light commercial vehicles. CANCrocoLITE generates output signal fully corresponding to data set of connected vehicle bus.
CANCrocoLITE can be used within Telematics system to obtain available data on fuel consumption, engine operation modes, status of sensors and gauges, presence of malfunctions.
CANCrocoLITE can be installed on all types of personal cars, vans and light commercial vehicles equipped with CAN Bus. CANCrocoLITE is compatible with all types of Telematics terminals that have a port for CAN Bus connection.
- Contactless data reading through wire insulation without interfering with its integrity
- Zero impact on the electronic and electrical equipment of the vehicle
- Compact open-frame design allowing handy connection to the wires of the CAN bus even in the most hard-to-reach places of a car
- Reliable protection of car’s electronic circuits against exposures via CAN interface, e.g. active requests sent from connected Telematics unit
- Safe data integration from one or several informational vehicle buses to Telematics interface
- Powered from vehicle’s onboard power supply — does not require an additional equipment (power supply unit)
- Protected against reverse polarity
- Easy to install and operate; no setup required
- Reads Classic CAN Bus (ISO 11898, CAN 2.0B), CAN FD, SAE J1939, OBD-II, NMEA 2000, CANopen, DeviceNet
- CAN 2.0B Output Signal (ISO 11898), CAN FD
- Internally terminated (120 Ohm)
- Operating temperature: -40degC to +80degC
- Supply Voltage 12 / 24 VDC (9 to 36 VDC)
- Current Consumption at 12/24 VDC: 50 mA
OBD-II & Electronic Engine Management Systems
On-board diagnostics (OBD) is an automotive term referring to a vehicle's self-diagnostic and reporting capability. OBD systems give the vehicle owner or repair technician access to the status of the various vehicle subsystems. The amount of diagnostic information available via OBD has varied widely since its introduction in the early 1980s versions of on-board vehicle computers.
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