Ashok Leyland Flashtool Cable OBD2 FlashTool Cable Diagnostic Tool
Ashok Leyland Flashtool Cable OBD2 FlashTool Cable Diagnostic Tool . It is also an improvement over OBD-II,obd scanner cable in both capability and standardization. This Cable OBDII Connector standard specifies the type of diagnostic connector and its pinout, the electrical signaling protocols available, and the messaging format. It also provides a candidate list of vehicle parameters to monitor along with how to encode the data for each. There is also a pin in the connector that provides power for the flash tool from the vehicle battery, which eliminates the need to connect a scan tool to a power source separately.
VDO Autodiagnos Check – The convenient, uncomplicated service tool
The VDO Autodiagnos Check Plug & Play service tool from Continental is the perfect tool for every garage it also any member of staff. It also provides instant access to vehicle systems and takes the user through the service process step-by-step for quick and easy navigation.
Plug & Fix – Service that leads to a quick solution
The VDO Autodiagnos Check is not cluttered with unnecessary functions. This enables the tool to work quickly and easily to guide the user straight to the relevant tasks for maximum efficiency in service work.
- Large color display
- Flexible, shielded OBD cable
- Sturdy casing
- Intuitive navigation
- Built-in battery
- Transport case
- Virtual keyboard
In Cable Information of OBD2 Connector :
It also has a Female OBD-II connector on a car Female OBD Connector connector pinout – front view The OBDII specification provides for a standardized hardware interface—the female 16-pin (2×8) J1962 connector. Unlike the OBD-I connector, which was sometimes found, under the hood of the vehicle, the OBD-II connector is required to be within 2 feet (0.61 m) of the steering wheel.
SAE J1962 defines the pinout of the connector as:
The amount of diagnostic information available via FlashTool OBD2 Male OBDII has varied widely since its introduction in the early 1980s versions of on-board vehicle computers.
That is your car telling you there is an issue. If you visit a mechanic, he will use an OBD2 scanner to diagnose the issue.
To do so, he will connect the OBD reader to the OBD2 16 pin connector near the steering wheel.
This lets him read OBD codes aka Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) to review and troubleshoot the issue.
It is also a Brand new and high-quality OBD-II to DB25 Female Diagnostic cable.
For connecting your diagnostic interface and your vehicle with OBD-II compliant
Length: About 200cm
Weight: 252 gm
OBD-II Plug: obdii cable 16-pin male to car,obd scanner cable
Mostly Used for diagnostic FlashTool OBD2 Male to DB25 Female obdii cable Diagnostic Cable Engine company Vehicles
Cable core: 16 Core
In Flashtool cable Obd diagnostic Cable OBD Connector Pinout Configuration
|Pin Number||Pin Name||Description|
|1,3,8,9,11,12,13||Blank||These pins are not standard and are vendor-specific. It is also not required for normal communication/interfacing|
|2||SAE J1850 Bus+||Likewise, This protocol uses Variable Pulse Width and is normally used by GM vehicles. This is the Bus positive pin of the protocol.|
|10||SAE J1850 Bus-||This protocol uses Variable Pulse Width and is normally used by GM vehicles. This is the Bus negative pin of the protocol.|
|4,5||Ground||Likewise, The ground of complete system of the Car including chassis|
|6||ISO15765-4 CAN High||It follows a 2-wire CAN protocol at 1Mbps speed. It also CAN high Pin|
|14||ISO15765-4 CAN Low||It follows a 2-wire CAN protocol at 1Mbps speed. It also CAN low Pin|
|7||ISO 9141 – K Line||It follows an asynchronous serial communication protocol. It also Kline Pin|
|8||ISO 9141 – L Line||It also follows the same as pin no 7, this pin is the L line|