Small format network tester

  • 13-Oct-2009 09:21 EDT
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GOEPEL electronic’s module basicCAR 3085 compact format network tester is a stand-alone solution for the test of the datalink layer. It features two CAN and LIN interfaces and an integrated clamp control (KL 30, KL 15), as well as disturbance functions for CAN and LIN. With this solution, tests of CAN fault management are now possible without additional external hardware. The micro network tester offers a solution for various car manufacturers’ important test complexes, such as network management, diagnosis or data definition, and node configuration via CAN and LIN.

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