A modern automobile can have as many as 70 electrical control units for various systems, such as engine control unit, transmission, antilock braking, cruise control, electronic power steering and many more. Some of these systems may form independent subsystems, but for others, communication between units are essential. Digital BUS systems have been widely incorporated in the electronic control units in automobiles for communication between units. CAN-bus systems are popular in modern commercial vehicles due to its diagnostics capabilities, management and ease of implementation.
The CAN-Bus trainer from Bestech Australia is capable of demonstrating realistic CAN-bus system in the modern vehicles, including trucks and multiplex lighting system. The panel is also available as single sided or optional double-sided trainer which allows multiple students to work on one equipment.
Automotive CAN-bus Overview
EM-750 – CAN Bus vehicle lighting and accessory system trainer
Based on a 2005-2010 GM Cobalt/Pontiac G5 platform, the EM-750 is a fully functional CAN bus trainer to demonstrate the
EM-750P – CAN Bus vehicle lighting and accessory system trainer with doors
The EM-750P is a fully functional CAN bus trainer with doors to demonstrate the vehicle lighting and accessory system. Based
MP-1918 – CAN Bus multiplex trainer
The MP-1918 is a CAN-bus multiplex trainer that uses SAE J-1929 communication protocols to operate a 4 module CAN Bus
MP-750 | Multiplex Network Diagnostic Trainer
The MP-750 network diagnostics trainer from Consulab is a fully-functional vehicle CAN-BUS trainer designed from Honda vehicle system, including all
MS CAN | CAN – BUS Training simulator
This fully functional CAN BUS simulator is an educational training system designed based on Mercedes-Benz OEM components and is equipped