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ET7190 series Car Diagnosis Can-Bus development tool/chips

by NandRepair Team


For OBD2 protocal developer, the Can-Bus Demo board is very important to themself. OBD is an abbreviation of On-Board Diagnostics andrefers to the automotive electronic system that provides vehicle self-diagnosis and reporting capabilities for repair technicians to access subsystem information for the purpose of performance monitoring and repair. today we will introuduce two kinds of ET7190 series Car Diagnosis Can-Bus development tool/chips.

1. ET7190 Kits Demoboard

Function of development board

1. User's target board can be directly connected to the development board for the futher development.
2. Various ECU module simulation with the ET7190Kits tool software
3. 1850VPW, J1850PWM complete functional data transceiver and bus data monitoring
4. CAN ISO15765/J1939/TP2.0 complete functional data transceiver and bus data monitoring
5. IS014230 ISO9141 KW1281 J1708 LIN complete functional data transceiver and bus data monitoring
6. Well-functional K-line logic: When diagnostic tester communicates with ECU (Electronic Control Unit), the initialization timing of specific diagnostic tester can be easily obtained.

2. ET7190 Enhanced OBD2 Communication Protocol Chip

ET7190 Chip Support Protocol

1. J1850VPW 10.4kbps
2. J1850PWM 41.6kbps
3. CAN ISO15765 (GMW3110)
4. CAN J1939
5. CAN VW TP2.0
6. CAN SAE J2411 (GMW3110)
7. ISO9141-2
8. ISO14230 (KWP2000)
9. KW1281
10. LIN1.x/LIN2.x
11. SAE J1708 (J1587)
12. SAE J2610 (SCI)

Other Functions

1. 1-channel 10-bit ADC for measuring voltage of battery.
2. 8 user-programmable multi-functional IO (input and output)
3. 1 interrupt control pin output
4. 3.3V (3.0-3.6V) operating voltage, low-power consumption and high-speed technology
5. Industrial-grade temperature (-40°C to +85°C)
6. Wake-up from sleep mode
7. SPI and UART user dual-functional interface, TQFP44 10x10mmpin package






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