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EEPod MCS1:  This J2534 Pass through device is used on many Flextech Solutions products as an onboard simulation device.  It can provide periodic messages to ECUs to keep them "awake" during functional testing, as well as being a pass through for PC based Simulation programs. 

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EEPod CAN Hi Low Adaptor:  The EEPod CAN Hi Low Adaptor is used in many Flextech Solutions test benches.  This device is used with the MCS1 to convert the CAN Hi Speed Bus to a Low Speed Bus.  This device allows us to have both a high speed CAN bus and a Low Speed bus on the same test bench, or even have a single CAN Bus line that we can convert from Hi Speed to Low Speed with the flick of a switch. 

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EEPod MyCANIC:  The MyCANIC is a vehicle interface that is capable of communicating with up to three CAN/ISO15765 interfaces simultaneously (two dual-wire and one single wire).  The MyCANIC includes a professional carrying case, USB cable, OBDII cable and CD-ROM with USB drivers, user manual, test software and full SAE J-2534 interface library. 

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M-Lite Breakout Board:  When the M-Lite J2534 Interface is used to host custom vehicle simulation firmware, this breakout board can be employed to control the four analog I/Os and the 13 digital I/Os available.  The analog and digital lines can be used as inputs into the M-Lite to trigger a CAN Simulation even such as Ignition On, or Speed Up/Down.  In addition, 6 of the Digital I/Os can be configured as either an input or an output.  So, upon the customers choice, they may be used as an input as stated in the example above, or when employed as an output, a CAN message can trigger the line to turn on an LED or relay coil.  The use of the M-Lite Breakout Board can be used to turn the M-Lite into a low cost and miniaturized Hardware In the Loop (HIL) system.  We use this on our Mobile Tester Platforms, Desktop Tester Platforms, and server based platforms.  It can assist in standalone vehicle simulation (no other computer required) or also automated testing solutions (when used in conjunction with off board PCs and gear).  The M-Lite Breakout Board is compatible with both the M-Lite and the M-Lite K from EEPod LLC.

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MyCANIC Breakout Board:  When the MyCANIC J2534 Interface is used to host custom vehicle simulation firmware, this breakout board can be employed to control the two analog I/Os available, the VPROG output, provided regulated 12V and 5V power, and access switchable CAN Termination.  It can be used to breakout every circuit on the MyCANIC as well as passing all signals through to the other side.  The onboard drivers allow the analog lines to be employed as an input to trigger a CAN message, or be used as an output where a CAN message could turn on an LED or relay coil.  The use of the MyCANIC Breakout Board can be used to turn the MyCANIC into a low cost and miniaturized Hardware In the Loop (HIL) system.  We use this on our Mobile Tester Platforms, Desktop Tester Platforms, and server based platforms.  It can assist in standalone vehicle simulation (no other computer required) or also automated testing solutions (when used in conjunction with off board PCs and gear).