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SAE J1850

Access to vehicle networks for onboard-diagnostics (OBD)

The launch of OBD - in the US well before Europe - led to standardized access of vehicle networks. In the US, the J1850 bus, standardized by the SAE, was used for this purpose.

After the bus was used for many years in its designs for Ford and GM, it has now been widely replaced by the CAN bus.

Softing Experience

Softing has used the J1850 in large numbers for many years in its OEM-specific diagnostic interfaces.

SAE J1939 Solutions

OEM-specific diagnostic interfaces for use in independent and brand-specific repair shops.

Further Information

 

Softing's Training Program

Softing Automotive | Trainings & Seminars

Expertise through Training - Vehicle Diagnostics, ODX, OTX, Softing DTS & user-specific Trainings

 

External Links

For more information on the standard, please refer to the following sites:

SAE standards documents on OBD-II - Wikipedia

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