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Training systems for basic and future oriented education

in natural science and engineering

Bus Technology in Vehicles


■ Unidirectional Bus
■ CAN BUS
11 / 2003
Unidirectional Bus System – The Experimental Panel System

Multiplex transmitter and multiplex receiver,


with an additional optical-fibre circuit and
2 head lights P 3.7 (Art. No. 10 03 107)

In order to reduce the possible initial fear of contact in the field of bus technology, ELWE has developed an experimental panel
system and an experimental module system with a multiplex transmitter and receiver. It is possible to easily and practically
study how several components or functions seem to be controlled simultaneously via a single two-wire connection or a common
optical fibre, without spending much time or cost.

These equipment sets are also fully operable without additional equipment. However, when completed with experimental panels or
modules from the equipment sets "Main Lights" in the field of automotive engineering, the attention of the students can be increased
and the favourable use of bus technology in vehicles can be illustrated.

Multiplex transmitter P 3.710 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 03 710


The multiplex transmitter with 8 inputs converts 8 input signals
into a telegram with additional start and stop bits.
The states of the input signals are set with rocker switches and
indicated with LEDs. The telegram can be displayed with any
oscilloscope.
Voltage supply: 12 V DC
Dimensions in mm: 159 x 297 x 60 (W x H x D); Mass: 0.66 kg

Multiplex receiver P 3.711 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 03 711


The multiplex receiver decodes the transmitted telegram and
generates 8 output signal states, corresponding to the 8 input
signal states of the multiplex transmitter.
The states of the output signals are indicated with LEDs. The
10 03 710 outputs K0 and K1 activate two relays, which switch the direction
of rotation of the integrated DC motor. The outputs K4, K5, K6
and K7 act upon relays, whose make contacts are connected to
4-mm safety sockets (max. load: 12 V / 5 A).
Voltage supply: 12 V DC
Dimensions in mm: 259 x 297 x 100 (W x H x D); Mass: 1.3 kg
10 03 711

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The Experimental Module System

Lighting system with unidirectional BUS - The multiplex transmitter and the multiplex receiver are connected via optical fibres

Head and rear lights with separate multiplex receivers

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The Experimental Module System

Multiplex transmitter BS 3.710 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 03 710


The multiplex transmitter with 8 inputs converts 8 input signals into a
telegram with additional start and stop bits.
The states of the input signals are set with rocker switches and indicated
with LEDs. The telegram can be displayed with any oscilloscope.
Voltage supply: 12 V DC
Dimensions in mm: 180 x 230 x 80 (W x H x D); Mass: 0.68 kg

Multiplex receiver BS 3.711 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 03 711


The multiplex receiver decodes the transmitted telegram and generates
8 output signal states, corresponding to the 8 input signal states of the
multiplex transmitter.
The 8 outputs with a maximum permissible load of 200 mA are
connected to 4-mm safety sockets, the states of the output signals are
22 03 710 22 03 711 indicated with LEDs. A relay with a changeover contact (250 V AC, 5 A)
can be connected to one of the 8 outputs selectively via 4-mm safety
sockets.
Voltage supply: 12 V DC
Dimensions in mm: 180 x 230 x 75 (W x H x D); Mass: 0.7 kg

Relay module BS 3.712 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 03 712


with 8 relays for a connection to the 8 outputs on the multiplex receiver
BS 3.711. Every relay is equipped with a changeover contact (250 V AC,
5 A max.). All the relays are connected to 4-mm safety sockets.
Dimensions in mm: 180 x 230 x 75 (W x H x D); Mass: 1.3 kg

Optical-fibre transmitter BS 3.713 . . . . . . . . . . . 22 03 713


to convert the electrical output signal of the multiplex transmitter into an
optical signal.
Input: low-high level (0 ... 500 kHz)
22 03 712
Output: for optical fibre 15 11 821
Voltage supply: 12 V DC
Dimensions in mm: 98 x 150 x 45 (W x H x D); Mass: 0.16 kg

Optical-fibre receiver BS 3.714 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 03 714


to convert the optical signal of the optical-fibre transmitter into an
22 03 713 electrical input signal for the multiplex receiver.
Input: for optical fibre 15 11 821
Output: low-high level 0 V / 14.5 V (0 ... 500 kHz)
Voltage supply: 12 V DC
Dimensions in mm: 98 x 150 x 45 (W x H x D); Mass: 0.16 kg
22 03 714
DC motor BS 3.715 (not illustrated) . . . . . . . . . . 22 03 715
15 11 821
to examine the unidirectional control of DC motors. 2 outputs on the
multiplex receiver and 2 relays on the relay block are used for the
activation.
Voltage supply: 12 V DC
Dimensions in mm: 98 x 150 x 70 (W x H x D); Mass: 0.35 kg

Optical fibre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 11 821


equipped with optical-fibre plug on both sides.
Material: plastic; attenuation: 0.21 dB/m; length: 0.5 m

Grid board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 01 504


The grid board can be mounted on the experimental frame and allows
you insert experimental modules "Optical-fibre transmitter" and
"Multiplex receiver" to transmit the telegram from the multiplex
transmitter and the multiplex receiver with the aid of an optical fibre in
the experimental panel system (see page 2).
Width: 263 mm; depth: 3 m; height: 297 mm

Experimental Manual "Bus systems" . . . . . . . . . . 51 03 162

15 01 504

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The CAN BUS Training System

Vehicles are now frequently equipped with electronic sensors and actuators to reduce the environmental impact and to increase
the safety and the comfort. In order to reduce the amount of wiring, the weight of the necessary wiring harnesses and the service
costs, Bosch developed and officially introduced the serial BUS system CAN (Controller Area Network) in 1986.
Meanwhile, sensor, actuators and controllers have been interconnected with the CAN BUS - a common two-wire connection - in
almost all mid-range and top-range vehicle types produced worldwide, as well as in lorries, busses and tractors. Further BUS
systems for special functions in vehicles, such as the drive by wire, will be introduced in the next few years.

The training system for the CAN BUS developed by ELWE enables you to practically study and explain the structure, the
operating principle and the diagnosis of CAN BUS systems.
All the experimental panels are equipped with original components for the vehicle electronics of a mid-range car from the VAG
group. The experiments can quickly be set-up with modules via a multi-pin connector.

The system also offers the advantage that a fully functional CAN network on a minimum scale can be easily and clearly set up with
few experimental panels from the basic equipment set and the necessary accessories.
The additional equipment sets can then be used to stepwise increase and study the complexity or the functional scale of the network.
The additional equipment sets can individually be combined with the basic equipment set.

The experimental panels " Door control unit, front right" and "Equivalent door, front right" can be replaced by an original Volkswagen
Passat door and can be connected to the experimental panels system via 4 lines (ground, +12 V, CAN High, CAN Low). As in a
real vehicle in a workshop, after changing the battery or the door control unit, it is also possible to set the parameters for the upper
and lower limit of the window lifters and the excess power limitation (child-proof windows).

The CAN BUS fault simulator enables you to set various invisible faults to systematically and practically train the field of fault
diagnosis.

With the Software WinEL51 and the ELWE vehicle interface equipment, the VW VAG1551 fault diagnosis tester is virtually simulated
with a PC. Via the diagnosis interface, the control unit version can be read, the fault memory can be read and deleted,
measured-value blocks can be read, controllers can be encoded and actuators can be diagnosed.

The PC CAN interface with the respective software allows you to transmit and receive CAN BUS data protocols, so that it is also
possible to obtain a detailed knowledge on the CAN BUS.
The software WinEL51, in combination with a vehicle interface and a PC, and the PC CAN interface can also be used on real
vehicles.

Experimental Manual "CAN BUS" . . . . . . . . . . . 51 03 701 0


on CD
Subject fields
– Central control unit
– Locking unit, operating unit
– Window lifters
– Mirror adjustment
– Anti-theft alarm system
– Self-diagnosis
– Comparison of two convenience systems
– Insulation fault on the CAN BUS
– Voltage level on the BUS line
– Structure of the data protocol
– Checking the data protocol
with a 20-MHz storage oscilloscope
– Display of the protocols

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Experimental Panels for the CAN BUS

For an overall image of an experimental set-up,


please see the front page.

CAN BUS Central control unit P 3.720 . . . . . . . . 10 03 720


An experimental panel equipped with a central control unit and
an antenna for the radio remote control. A 15-pin Sub-D socket
enables the connection to the CAN BUS immobiliser P 3.728.
Dimensions in mm: 259 x 297 x 110 (W x H x D)
Mass: 1.2 kg

10 03 720

CAN BUS Door control unit, front left P 3.721 . 10 03 721


An experimental panel equipped with a window actuator and an
integrated controller. A 15-pin Sub-D socket allows you to
connect the CAN BUS mirror mechanism P 3.725 and a 37-pin
socket to connect the CAN BUS door simulation, front left
P 3.722.
Dimensions in mm: 319 x 297 x 120 (W x H x D)
Mass: 2.05 kg
10 03 721

CAN BUS Door simulation, front left P 3.722 . . . 10 03 722


An experimental panel equipped with simulations of a door lock,
a door contact switch, an LED for the LOCK function and the
control units for the window actuators and the mirror adjustment.
A 37-pin Sub-D socket enables the connection to the CAN BUS
door control unit P 3.721.
Dimensions in mm: 319 x 297 x 120 (W x H x D)
Mass: 1.3 kg
10 03 722

CAN BUS Door control unit, front right P 3.723 10 03 723


An experimental panel equipped with a window actuator and an
integrated controller. Two 15-pin Sub-D socket allow you to
connect the CAN BUS mirror mechanism P 3.725 and the CAN
BUS door simulation, front right P 3.724.
Dimensions in mm: 319 x 297 x 120 (W x H x D)
Mass: 1.95 kg

10 03 723

CAN BUS Door simulation, front right P 3.724 10 03 724


An experimental panel equipped with simulations of a door lock,
a door contact switch, an LED for the LOCK function and the
control unit for the window actuator. A 15-pin Sub-D socket
enables the connection to the CAN BUS door control unit
P 3.723.
Dimensions in mm: 319 x 297 x 120 (W x H x D)
Mass: 1.2 kg
10 03 724

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CAN BUS Mirror mechanism P 3.725 . . . . . . . . . 10 03 725
An experimental panel equipped with an original mirror actuator
and mirror surface. The activation of the motors is also indicated
with LEDs. When the heating is switched on, an LED is alight.
A 15-pin Sub-D socket enables the connection to the CAN BUS
door control unit P 3.721 or P 3.723.
Dimensions in mm: 159 x 297 x 110 (W x H x D)
Mass: 0.65 kg

10 03 725 10 03 726 CAN BUS Door control unit, rear left P 3.726. . 10 03 726
An experimental panel equipped with a window actuator and an
integrated controller as well as a control key for the window
actuator.
Dimensions in mm: 319 x 297 x 100 (W x H x D)
Mass: 1.9 kg

CAN BUS Door control unit, rear right P 3.727 10 03 727


An experimental panel equipped with a window actuator and an
integrated controller as well as a control key for the window
actuator.
Dimensions in mm: 319 x 297 x 100 (W x H x D)
Mass: 1.9 kg

10 03 727
CAN BUS, Immobiliser P 3.728 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 03 728
The experimental panel contains an illustration of a simulation
of all the monitored switches and an LED for four flash lights and
the central locking unit. A buzzer replaces the signalling horn.
The panel is connected to the CAN BUS central control unit
P 3.720 via a 15-pin Sub-D socket.
Dimensions in mm: 259 x 297 x 120 (W x H x D)
Mass: 0.95 kg

CAN BUS, Fault simulator P 3.729 . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 03 729


The fault simulator is connected between the CAN BUS door
control unit P 3.721 and the CAN BUS door simulation (front left)
10 03 728 P 3.722. The control unit is electrically connected to the
actuators and the control elements for the door simulation via
jumper plugs.
Voltages, currents and resistances can be measured on the
4-mm safety sockets, which are assigned to the section on the
current flow chart with the illustrated sensors and actuators.
17 rocker switches for the setting of faults are arranged behind
a lockable cover. Each switch allows you to select the functions
"faultless", "short circuit to chassis" or "broken line".
Dimensions in mm: 319 x 297 x 60 (W x H x D)
Mass: 1.5 kg

10 03 729

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Accessories for the CAN BUS

Radio control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 03 701


for the CAN BUS central control unit. The radio remote control
is fitted into the vehicle key and must be encoded with a VAG
diagnosis unit or the ELWE diagnosis software EL51. The key
has two buttons: One for the command "central locking OFF"
and one for the command "central locking ON". The range is
15 03 701 approx. 7 meters.
The delivered equipment includes a chain (300 mm long).
Original Volkswagen Passat door . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The door allows you to realistically study the functions of the
window actuator including the door locking and the external
mirror. The child-proof windows can be adjusted as in real life.
With the aid of the 4-wire connection cable, the door is directly
connected to the CAN BUS and the 12-V operating voltage for
the experimental panels via 2-mm or 4-mm safety sockets.
The door is coated with lacquer and is equipped with original VW
components, such as a window, a window actuator motor with
control element, a lock with key, a door locking system, a door
release, an external mirror with electrical mirror adjustment, a
transceiver (to transmit and receive the CAN BUS signals) and
an original wiring harness.
The door is rigidly mounted onto a mobile frame. Two of the
4 castors can be locked.
The door enclosure has been removed for a better view. For
safety reasons, all the moving parts, except the window, are
protected from touch.
Dimensions in mm: 1200 x 1220 x 460 (W x H x D)
Mass: 35.0 kg

Battery connection P 3.0


(w/o voltage source) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 03 100
To access the battery voltage via high-voltage connectors. The
equipment is switched on/off with a battery isolator with key
operator.
Connection cable: 2-wire, 1 m long
with 4-mm safety connectors
Dimensions in mm: 99 x 297 x 170 (W x H x D, depth incl. cable)
Mass: 1.05 kg

10 03 100
Ignition switch and starter P 3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 03 101
4-step key switch with contacts for the main circuit and for the
10 03 101
auxiliary circuits.
Dimensions in mm: 99 x 297 x 80 (W x H x D)
Mass: 0.5 kg

15 03 005

Voltage supply unit, stabilised


3 ... 15 V DC, 40 A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 03 005
The unit has been designed with the most advanced Output voltage: 3 ... 15 V, stabilised, overload protected;
combinational circuit engineering for a permanent operation at 13.8 V selectable with switch
15 V with a maximum of 40 A. Two digital LED displays indicate Output current: 40 A max., short-circuit-proof
the voltage and the current. The voltage is adjusted with a Residual ripple: 10 mV
Stability: 100 mV for a load of 0 ... 100 %
potentiometer. The output is connected to 4-mm safety sockets.
Efficiency: 80 %
The unit meets the requirements specified in the safety
Displays: green LED displays, 15 mm high
standards EN 61558 and EN 60950 as well as the EMC standard Voltage supply: 220 x 110 x 300 (W x H x D)
EN 55011. Mass: 3.5 kg
It is protected against overloads and high temperatures.

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WinEL51, single place licence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 03 055
running under Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP.
In training and further education, the software WinEL51 helps to cost-
effectively and practically demonstrate and train on the use of a
workshop tester.
The virtual display on the workshop tester on the PC monitor
corresponds in detail to the original workshop tester VAG1551 used in
every Volkswagen workshop. Via the vehicle interface equipment
15 03 520 2 and the OBD II diagnosis cable, the PC is connected to the
diagnosis interface on the control units of the VW vehicles or the
correspondingly equipped ELWE training systems, such as the CAN
BUS and the EDC Diesel control (TDI).
As on the original workshop tester, the software is operated via a
keyboard and the data is indicated on a two-line display. The keys
displayed on the monitor can be operated with the mouse or via the
number and letter keys on the keyboard.

The following functions can be carried out with the original workshop
tester:
Query the language version, query the fault memory, actuator diagnosis,
delete the fault memory, encode the control unit, adjust the basic
settings, read the measured value block, read individual measured
values.
Therefore, the VW literature available in the workshops, such as repair
manuals, can be directly used for the training, with the specified work
procedure.
50 03 050
Vehicle software on CD - D, GB, F, E, NL - . . . . . 50 03 050
(Demo versions)
Apart from the demonstration software WinEL51, the CD also contains
further demonstration software for the ELWE vehicle training systems:
– WinAT Automatic Transmission – WinEDC Diesel Control
– WinABS Anti-blocking system – WinM1P5 Motronic M1.5
all running under Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP.
With the purchase of a single licence, the respective demonstration
version can be converted into an executable full version.

Equipment "Vehicle interface" . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 03 520 2


incl. RS232 cable, 2 m
The interface is connected to the diagnosis socket on the CAN BUS
central control unit via a diagnosis cable. It converts the diagnosed
signals into signal blocks for the serial PC interface RS232C.
Specifications:
Input I: for the diagnosis cable
15 03 520 2 Input II: for a RS232 connection cable
(25-pin Sub-D connector)
Rocker switch: to switch the inputs
Output: 9-pin Sub-D socket (for a connection to the PC
via the second RS232 interface cable)

Diagnosis cable OBD II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 03 516


15 03 516 to connect the vehicle interface to the diagnosis interface on control
units.

PC CAN interface and software - D, GB -


for a parallel interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 03 030
for a USB interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 03 031
The PC CAN interface is plugged onto the parallel interface or the USB
50 03 030 interface on an IBM compatible PC. It allows you to connect a CAN
network to the PC. It supports all the conventional CAN transmission
rates up to 1 Mbit.
With the supplied software program "PCANView" for Windows, CAN
data protocols can be transmitted and received.
The transmitted protocols are clearly displayed on the PC monitor, so
50 03 031 that the principle of operation of the CAN BUS can be practically
examined.

Round connection cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 03 048


with two 37-pin Sub-D connectors, 260 mm long
55 03 048 Round connection cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 03 049
with two 154-pin Sub-D connectors, 260 mm long

55 03 049

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Further Accessories

Experimental frame
with feet, type 130F-A4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 90 104 01
to hold experimental panels of DIN A4 format.
Constructional features:
– 4 horizontal rails with slots made of special anodised alumi-
nium profiled sheet to hold experimental panels
– three rows
– Two rails with slots equipped with three separate distribution
cables, pick-off at 4-mm safety sockets
– side parts made of 40 mm x 25 mm x 2 mm steel tube,
colour RAL 5014 pigeon blue
– anti-slip feet
– the frame can freely be set up on any table

Dimensions in mm: 1300 x 1190 x 300 (W x H x D); Mass: 15 kg

Mobile experimental stand


FVC-KFZ-KKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 03 029 01
to hold experimental panels of DIN A4 format.
70 90 104 01 (without battery, battery connection station and floating operation)
The mobile experimental stand is used to conduct all demon-
strated experiments in the field of automotive electrics and
electronics.
Bottom unit:
– Frame made of 40 mm x 40 mm x 2 mm steel tube, plastic-
coated, colour RAL 7035 light grey
– 4 easy-moving castors (2 can be blocked)
– Carcass made of 19-mm thick fine-chip board with plastic
coating, colour RAL 7035 light grey
– 2 drawers on roller guides with cylinder lock and handle
– Bottom cabinet with 2 sliding doors and shelf, variable height
to hold experimental panels of DIN A4 format; sliding doors
with recessed grips and cylinder lock
– Table top made of high-density, multilayer fine-chip board
according to DIN 16926 and DIN 68761/E1, 30 mm thick, both
sides coated with 0.8 mm thick non-abrasive laminated
board; colour RAL 7035 light grey; resistant to diluted acids
and diluted alkaline solutions, non-aggressive saline soluti-
ons and temperatures up to 180 °C, protective edge made of
solid 3 mm thick plastic dyed throughout, colour RAL 7035
light grey

Supply duct:
– mounted to the table top
– KKS basic duct (240 PU), RAL 5014 pigeon blue,
equipped with:
key-operated switch, residual-current-operated circuit-brea-
ker I∆N 30 mA, status display, 2 x 2 sockets with earthing-pin,
connection cable (3.5 m) with earthing-pin plug, cable sup-
port

70 03 029 01 Experimental frame:


– horizontal slot rails made of anodised special aluminium
section to be inserted into the experimental frame
– 3 levels
– two rails with slots equipped with three separate distribution
A car battery is required for the experiments with the three-
cables, pick-off at 4-mm safety sockets
phase generator, the starter and the preheating system.
– side parts made of 40 mm x 25 mm x 2 mm steel tube,
This stand is prepared to also hold a battery with a charger. colour RAL 5014 pigeon blue
The add-on equipment can be ordered with art. no.
70 03 001. Dimensions in mm: 1320 x 1935 x 600 (W x H x D); Mass: 95 kg

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Ordering Information

No. Article name Art. No. Page

Basic Equipment TG 3.710 "Unidirectional BUS", Experimental Panel System 01 03 710


1 P 3.710 Multiplex transmitter 10 03 710 2
1 P 3.711 Multiplex receiver 10 03 711 2
Basic Equipment Ü 3.710 "Unidirectional BUS", Experimental Module System 02 03 710
1 BS 3.710 Multiplex transmitter 22 03 710 4
1 BS 3.711 Multiplex receiver 22 03 711 4
1 BS 3.712 Relay module 22 03 712 4
Option for Ü 3.710: 1 BS 3.715 DC motor 22 03 715 4
Supplementary Equipment Ü 3.711 "Signal Transmission via Optical Fibres", Experimental Module System 02 03 711
1 BS 3.713 Optical-fibre transmitter 22 03 713 4
1 BS 3.714 Optical-fibre receiver 22 03 714 4
1 Optical fibre, plastic, 0.5 m 15 11 821 4
Additionally 1 Experimental manual "Bus systems" 51 03 162 4
required: 1 Grid board, A4 x 263 mm (only for Ü 3.711 in the experimental panel system) 15 01 504 4
1 Set ot 4-mm safety connection cables and safety connectors 57 03 010
(for BS 3.710, BS 3.711 and BS 3.712: 10 safety jumpers;
1 safety cable, 10 cm, red; 9 safety cables, 10 cm, black)

Basic Equipment TG 3.720 "CAN BUS" 01 03 720


1 P 3.720 CAN BUS Central control unit 10 03 720 6
1 P 3.721 CAN BUS Door control unit, front left 10 03 721 6
1 P 3.722 CAN BUS Door simulation, front left 10 03 722 6
1 P 3.723 CAN BUS Door control unit, front right 10 03 723 6
1 P 3.724 CAN BUS Door simulation, front right 10 03 724 6
10 Safety connector 2/19 mm, black 59 00 075
6 Safety connector 4/19 mm, black 59 00 031
1 Round connection cable, 37-pin Sub-D connectors 55 03 048 9
1 Round connection cable, 15-pin Sub-D connectors 55 03 049 9
Additionally 1 Experimental manual "CAN BUS" on CD 51 03 701 0 5
required: 1 Vehicle software on CD 50 03 050 9
1 Software "WinEL51", single place licence 50 03 055 9
1 Equipment "Vehicle interface" 15 03 520 2 9
1 Diagnosis cable OBD II 15 03 516 9
1 PC CAN interface for parallel port, incl. software - D, GB - 50 03 030 9
1 alternatively: PC CAN interface for USB, incl. software - D, GB - 50 03 031 9
1 Voltage supply unit, stabilised, 3 ... 15 V DC, 40 A, e.g. 15 03 005 8
Recommended 1 P 3.0 Battery connection, incl. 1 m connection cable 10 03 100 8
Accessories: 1 P 3.1 Ignition switch and starter 10 03 101 8
1 Radio control to the CAN BUS central control unit 15 03 701 8
1 Original Volkswagen Passat door
1 Experimental frame with feet, type 130F-A4 70 90 104 01 10
alternatively:
1 Mobile experimental stand FVC-Kfz-KKS, without battery and floating operation 70 03 029 01 10
1 20 MHz storage oscilloscope (e.g. HM507 with 50 MHz) (25 00 306)
Supplementary Equipment TG 3.721 "CAN BUS, Mirror" 01 03 721
2 P 3.725 CAN BUS Mirror mechanism 10 03 725 7
3 Round connection cable, 15-pin Sub-D connectors 55 03 049 9
14 Safety connector 4/19 mm, black 59 00 031
Supplementary Equipment TG 3.722 "CAN BUS, Rear doors" 01 03 722
1 P 3.726 CAN BUS Door control unit, rear left 10 03 726 7
1 P 3.727 CAN BUS Door control unit, rear right 10 03 727 7
3 4-mm safety connection cable 35 cm, black, 2.5 mm² 57 00 135
3 4-mm safety connection cable 100 cm, black, 2.5 mm² 57 00 200
4 Safety connector 2/19 mm, black 59 00 075
2 2-mm safety connection cable 30 cm, black 55 01 130
2 2-mm safety connection cable 100 cm, black 55 01 199
Supplementary Equipment TG 3.723 "CAN BUS, Immobiliser" 01 03 723
1 P 3.728 CAN BUS, Immobiliser 10 03 728 7
1 Round connection cable, 15-pin Sub-D connectors 55 03 049 9
6 Safety connector 4/19 mm, black 59 00 031
Supplementary Equipment TG 3.724 "CAN BUS, Fault Simulator" 01 03 724
1 P 3.729 CAN BUS, Fault simulator 10 03 729 7
20 Safety branching connector 4/19 mm, black 59 00 052
2 Safety connector with interruption, 2/19 mm 59 00 076
2 Round connection cable, 37-pin Sub-D connectors 55 03 048 9

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Training systems for basic and future oriented education
in natural science and engineering

Experimental set-up with mirror actuator, door control unit, central control unit, door simulation, fault simulator and immobiliser

For further information and prices please contact:

Factory / Head office: ELWE Technik GmbH • Elwestr • Tel. +49 5306 930-0 • eMail: info@elwe.com
38162 Cremlingen / Schandelah • Germany • Fax +49 5306 930-404 • Internet: http://www.elwe.com

Contents subject to change! wp 03 05 20 - 11/03 Printed in Germany