CONNECT TO ECU AND CAN

Communicate with the vehicle ECU to use network information to manage the fleet.

CONNECT TO ECU AND CAN

Communicate with the vehicle ECU to use network information to manage the fleet.

WHAT IS CAN?

CAN is the most popular communication protocol between control units in today’s cars. This network consists of a group of modules and connections that are created to exchange information between modules. These connections are called Buses. A BUS is like a highway through which data passes between modules. These Buses actually establish a common connection between the modules, so that no re-wiring is required to share the data.

WHAT IS CAN?

CAN is the most popular communication protocol between control units in today’s cars. This network consists of a group of modules and connections that are created to exchange information between modules. These connections are called Buses. A BUS is like a highway through which data passes between modules. These Buses actually establish a common connection between the modules, so that no re-wiring is required to share the data.

CAN ADVANTAGES

input and output

Reducing the difficulty and complexity of communication between the ecu units.

ecu

Reduce the number of wiring circuits for communication between electronic units.

ecu connection

Implementing a stable and secure platform for communication between ECU units.

sensors

Reducing the number of backup sensors and controllers and accessories and so on.

electromagnetis

Using the CAN Networks interface instead of different analog and digital inputs.

CAN ADVANTEGES

electromagnetis

Using the CAN Networks interface instead of different analog and digital inputs.

ecu connection

Implementing a stable and secure platform for communication between ECU units.

sensors

Reducing the number of backup sensors and controllers and accessories and so on.

input and output

Reducing the difficulty and complexity of communication between the ecu units.

ecu

Reduce the number of wiring circuits for communication between electronic units.

ECU

DEFINE THE ECU & ITS CONNECTION TO THE NETWORK

With the advancement of technology in all industries, mechanical controllers gradually replaced electronic controllers. These technologies have shown themselves in the automotive industry and in automobiles; The number of these controllers and microprocessors in cars is increasing day by day and will continue to increase in the future. These microprocessors are controlled by the vehicle ECU (Electronic Control Unit). In today’s cars, the car ECU is connected to other parts of the network via the CAN network.
ECU

DEFINE THE ECU & ITS CONNECTION TO THE NETWORK

With the advancement of technology in all industries, mechanical controllers gradually replaced electronic controllers. These technologies have shown themselves in the automotive industry and in automobiles; The number of these controllers and microprocessors in cars is increasing day by day and will continue to increase in the future. These microprocessors are controlled by the vehicle ECU (Electronic Control Unit). In today’s cars, the car ECU is connected to other parts of the network via the CAN network.

GETTING CAN INFORMATION & ECU

To get information about the network and the car ECU, you need a car tracker with the ability to connect to the network. The car tracker must be able to connect to a network and receive all the information on this network and the car ECU and send it to the software.
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gps tracker

GETTING CAN INFORMATION AND ECU

To get the network information and the car ECU, you need a car tracker with the ability to connect to the CAN. The car tracker must be able to connect to a network and receive all the information on this network and the car ECU and send it to the software.

FMS STANDARD

Different car manufacturers support different network protocols, but most manufacturers use the J1939 protocol, known as the FMS standard. Some brands, such as Volvo and Renault, use the J1708 protocol, and some, such as Mercedes-Benz, use their own protocols. The detected error codes consist of 3 main parts:
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SPN

Suspect parameter number

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FMI

Failure mode identifier

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OC

Occurrence counter

FMS STANDARD

Different car manufacturers support different network protocols, but most manufacturers use the J1939 protocol, known as the FMS standard. Some brands, such as Volvo and Renault, use the J1708 protocol, and some, such as Mercedes-Benz, use their own protocols. The detected error codes consist of 3 main parts:

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OC

Occurrence counter

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FMI

Failure mode identifier

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SPN

Suspect parameter number

PARAMETERS RECEIVED FROM THE CAN

Send image report
Other parameters

Position & weight of axes

Condition of car doors

Trailer weight & information

Driving hours & distance

Car ID

Standing fleet
Cruise speed

Distance

Cruise control status and time

Instantaneous & unauthorized speed

Rough driving analysis

Distance / movement time

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Status of pedals

Brake pedal status

Number of brakes

Clutch pedal position

Gear and gearbox status

PTO activation & deactivation

Fuel consumption will increase
Fuel condition

The amount of fuel consumed

Fuel tank volume

Instant fuel consumption rate

Fuel consumption in the Geofence

Idling Consumption

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Engine status

Engine utilization hours

Engine RPM & engine temperature

Percentage of engine load

Idling analysis

Turbo pressure

PARAMETERS RECEIVED FROM THE CAN

Standing fleet

Cruise speed

Distance

Cruise control status and time

Instantaneous & unauthorized speed

Rough driving analysis

Distance / movement time

Send image report

Other parameters

Position & weight of axes

Condition of car doors

Trailer weight & information

Driving hours & distance

Car ID

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Status of pedals

Brake pedal status

Number of brakes

Clutch pedal position

Gear and gearbox status

PTO activation & deactivation

Fuel consumption will increase

Fuel condition

The amount of fuel consumed

Fuel tank volume

Instant fuel consumption rate

Fuel consumption in the Geofence

Idling Consumption

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Engine status

Engine utilization hours

Engine RPM and engine temperature

Percentage of engine load

Idling analysis

Turbo pressure

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