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J1939 Add-in for PCAN Explorer 5

SKU: GC-CAN-J1939

MPN: IPES-005089

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The SAE J1939 network protocol describes communication on a CAN bus in utility vehicles for the transmission of diagnostics data and control information. It contains a complete network definition using 29-bit CAN-IDs (CAN 2.0B Extended Frame).

The J1939 add-in (optional feature) for CAN-Explorer 5 supports all definitions established by the standard’s parameter groups and provides a simple means of accessing the parameters. A complete database of all the definitions and the parameters contained is also supplied.

System requirements

  • PCAN-Explorer 5
  • Windows® 10, 8.1, 7, Vista (32/64-bit)
  • At least 512 MB RAM and 1 GHz CPU
  • Support for all functions of the SAE J1939 network Protocol
  • CAN messages can be sent in broadcast form or targeted to individual control units (ECUs)
  • Addressing of up to 254 ECUs
  • Supports multi-packet messages
  • System requirements: PCAN-Explorer V5, Windows Vista/XP/2000, at least 512 MB RAM from 1 GHz CPU
Mpn IPES-005089

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