Continuing the development of its MOBEUS (mobile onboard energy utilization system) technology, has introduced a wireless CAN interface. The MICO Electrohydraulic (EH) wireless CAN-bus interfaces with the MOBEUS ABS/TC/ESC electronic control unit utilizing a CAN-Bluetooth connection to the MOBEUS service & diagnostic tool LINC. The new CAN-bus interface is designed for use with the company’s electrohydraulic braking systems in off-highway vehicles and is fully compatible with the SAE J1939 CAN communication standard, the company said. The result is a CAN-bus interface that can communicate with MICO MOBEUS LINC (single mode), as well as other vehicle controls utilizing the vehicles CAN-bus (bridge mode).
The system offers wireless access to CAN systems using the standard Bluetooth interface provided within many notebooks and has a up to a 328 ft. transmission range in single mode and 984 ft. in bridge mode. It provides CAN-bus data monitoring and data logging outside the vehicle during tuning and diagnostics and has an operating temperature range of -40º to 185º F (-40º to 85º C).
Powered through vehicle battery power (9 to 30 V dc) or independent 9 V battery, the The EH wireless CAN-bus interface provides an alternative to standard wired USB/CAN adaptors, the company said.
For additional information, contact MICO Strategic Product Manager, Doug Lamoureux at firstname.lastname@example.org.