The new XENTRY Diagnosis VCI (Vehicle Communication Interface) multiplexer serves as the interface to the vehicle when performing diagnosis and repairs, and programming electric and electronic on-board vehicle systems.
The XENTRY Diagnosis VCI does not have its own PC core, battery, fan, or display. It is operated using the XENTRY Diagnosis Pad via WLAN or a USB cable connection.
Advantages of the XENTRY Diagnosis VCI
Handy multiplexer with a small, sturdy construction (no PC core, battery, fan, or display)
Diagnosis updates no longer necessary - firmware updates required on rare occasions
Can be used for all model series
Does not need a power supply unit for external power supply
|Network connection|| |
|Cable :||High-speed USB 2.0|
|WiFi stick :||802.11b/g/n|
|Processor system|| |
|Microprocessor :||Intel MX6 Solo|
|RAM :||512 MB DDR3 RAM|
|ROM :||512 MB Flash|
|User interface|| |
|LEDs :||5 status LEDs|
|Signal generator:||Acoustic signal|
|Power supply|| |
|From the vehicle battery via the diagnosis connection line or a connected USB cable:
The vehicle diagnosis socket must be safeguarded with a max. 6 A / 32 V fuse.
|8 V to 28 V|
|Mechanical properties|| |
|Diagnosis connection line|| |
|J1962 (ISO 15031-3) :||26-pin|
|VCI :||FCC, CE, RoHS|
For more information, refer to the user guide in the download area.