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Training Stand CAN-LIN Bus Function Wall - VW Golf 6
Order-№: 81951  
Price on request
 

The CAN bus stand for performing experiments was created using original components from the VW Golf 6. The realistic representation of the components and their connections is worthy of special mention with this design. In contrast to comparable systems, no bunch plugs or standardised plug connections are used for the connections between the original components here. Instead, only original connections from the actual vehicle are used. This allows the use of original manufacturer documentation and circuit diagrams, supplied by Volkswagen AG, while also allowing measurements, fault simulations and diagnostics to be performed in real-world conditions. The function wall's CAN function box serves as the central interface and also provides additional connection options for accessories. To facilitate this, the function box includes 10 parallel interfaces for the diagnostic cable, LIN-Bus and all other CAN bus connections, as well as connections for the accompanying power supply and earth connection. The supply of the individual components can be monitored on two LEDs. To prevent short-circuit damage, the parallel connections are also safeguarded with two fuses.

As well as the diagnostic cable, individual 7-pin sub-D sockets are provided for the CAN and LIN-buses to not only allow the signals to be visualised as voltages on the CAN bus, but also to be able to export the contents of the CAN messages using the accompanying control unit addresses (identifiers). When used with a CAN or LIN interface, these allow the messages to be queried/exported in plain text.

The connection to diagnostic test equipment is established using the 16-pin OBD connector as per the VAG standard. A voltage-stabilised 12 V switched mode power supply with sufficient power output (min. 12 Volt 40 Ampere) is recommended for supplying voltage to the function wall. Alternatively, a 12 V car battery with sufficient capacity can be used (12 V 60 AH).

Including technical documentation and circuit diagrams

Fully operational and ready-to-use training stand with fault circuit, operating manual, technical documentation and circuit diagrams

Standard series equipment:

  • Headlight combination with bi-xenon cornering light, as well as vehicle position sensor
  • LED rear lights
  • Rear window brake light
  • License plate light
  • Instrument cluster (Highline equipment)
  • Fog light and rear fog light
  • BCM (body control module) control unit (Highline equipment)
  • Original fuse box
  • Wiper motor
  • Washer pump for front and rear wipers
  • CAN-LIN function box with parallel sockets for components, sockets for CAN interface and OBD connection
  • Integrated fault switching box with 16 fault circuits (lockable)
  • Steering column combination switch with control unit
  • Diagnostic interface (gateway)
  • Light switch centre
  • Reversing lights
  • Component measurement points with connection sockets for oscilloscope/multimeter
  • Restbus simulator with speed control and component simulation
  • Motor vehicle mechatronic engineer with a focus on passenger car technology
  • Motor vehicle mechatronic engineer with a focus on system and high-voltage technology
  • Service technician
  • Foreman in motor vehicle technical trades
  • Naming electrical and electronic components, functional units and systems
  • Checking and repairing electrical and electronic circuits
  • Selecting and using electrical measuring and testing equipment
  • Measuring and evaluating electrical variables and signals
  • Documenting work results and evaluating by comparing them with calculated variables and manufacturer specifications
  • Working with wiring diagrams, logic diagrams and networking plans
  • Networking of systems, system analysis, system limitations and system interfaces
  • Data communications wires, information transmission, data protocols and electromagnetic compatibility
  • Working with wiring diagrams, symbols, terminal designations, wires and wiring connections
  • Making use of the possibilities offered by commonly used workshop diagnostic devices
  • Making use of problem resolution strategies and/or alternatives during diagnosis
  • Examining individual components and making a decision about necessary repair measures
  • Encoding control units, adapting software statuses and checking data communications wires, taking account of legal stipulations and manufacturer specifications