STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

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Re: STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

Postby jxx » Mon Mar 22, 2021 7:50 am

oops pin 6 (CanH), pin 14 (CanL) after a couple of cans got myself confused, both to u10 assuming
then 2 and 10 for j1850...

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Re: STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

Postby In-Tech » Mon Mar 22, 2021 8:05 am

This is a pretty good description
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Re: STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

Postby Gampy » Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:33 am

Just different excel file versions, the data is the same in both files ??
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Re: STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

Postby Tazzi » Mon Mar 22, 2021 10:11 am

J2534 is basically a standardized DLL format so any software can utilize the same commands in any J2534 compliant tool.

Realistically, a J2534 DLL could be written for any tool. Even the dreaded ELMs (cringes at the thought).

But there is a reason why that doesnt exist for the ELMs, becuase they are lacking the capability to deal with multi frame responses, are slow and never intended to be used for such complex operations.

Interesting to hear they were trying to implement both an ELM protocol and also J2534 on the same tool, this is the first time I have ever heard of a company doing this other then Pete and I with the OBDX.
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Re: STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

Postby In-Tech » Mon Mar 22, 2021 10:14 am

Gampy wrote:Just different excel file versions, the data is the same in both files ??

Yes, just early and late excel. I posted both since I have older lappys and some still use office '97. :ugeek: I thought it would be nice to post both depending on which version people have.

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Re: STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

Postby Gampy » Mon Mar 22, 2021 1:21 pm

Yes, Tazzi, I understand ... Thank you!
I was surprised they are both (J2534/ELM) done in the same firmware, I expected two circuits.

In-Tech, Yes, I use 97 as well so thank you for the .xls, you can just pass the .xls considering Excel is backwards compatible and can open an older file.
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Re: STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

Postby Gampy » Sun Mar 28, 2021 6:12 pm

Shhh, don't tell anyone!

I think this device may have J1850VPW in the firmware, just not exposed.
Not entirely confident on that yet ...

Been :study: on J2534 and doing a bit of :comp: and the results are ...
J1850VPW-FirstConnect-MyDriver.png
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BTW, Anyone have a searchable J2534 standard other then the DrewTech one, the full SAE one I have is a scan and cannot be searched.
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Re: STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

Postby Charlescrown » Mon Mar 29, 2021 11:09 am

What's going on with battery voltage? 16.6?

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Re: STiC Technology SVCI J2534 Tool

Postby Gampy » Mon Mar 29, 2021 11:43 am

No clue, this device has always shown high, looking back in this thread I see 20.6 ... The SparkFun board (STN1110) reports v13.6.
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