CAN Bus UniTrain Course
Modern motor vehicles incorporate numerous electronic control units which communicate with each other continually via digital bus systems. Widely used for this purpose in passenger cars as well as commercial vehicles are CAN buses, especially when it comes to comfort, engine management and diagnostic applications. This training system thus conveys important information in a very realistic manner. Trainees can use this system to carry out diagnostics and repair work on networked electronic systems inside the motor vehicle.
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Training Topics:
  • List of reasons for increasing use of bus systems in vehicles
  • Identifying various bus systems in vehicles
  • Introduction to the topology and components of a CAN bus in a vehicle
  • Introduction to the difference between low-speed and high-speed CAN buses
  • Experimental determination of electrical properties of a CAN bus
  • Experimental determination of (low-speed and high-speed CAN buses)
  • Introduction to the principles of addressing and arbitration on a CAN bus
  • Determining identifiers by measurement
  • Introduction to the structure of a message frame for a CAN message
  • Analysis of CAN packets using the CAN monitor and an oscilloscope
  • Interpretation of CAN packets using the CAN monitor and an oscilloscope
  • Editing and transmitting CAN message via PC
  • Investigating the effect of termination on a low-speed and high-speed CAN bus by measurement
  • Fault simulation (8 simulated faults activated by relay)
Product: CAN Bus UniTrain Course
Product Code: SO4204-7K

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