From: Joseph Legris
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Subject: Re: Car speed conversion error
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Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2002 23:22:15 -0500
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> In sci.electronics.design Joseph Legris wrote:
> > Hi Dan,
> > Is there any standardization of the data format on automotive
> > implementations of CAN? If so, which standards apply? If not, is there a
> > good source for this info?
> Where CAN is available on the OBDII connector (diagnostics port) it will
> often run at 50K or 500Kbps, and will often comply with the protocol
> defined in 'keyword 2000'. I cannot remember if there is a mandatory PID
> defined for ODO reading, but would not be surprised if there is.
> SAE have a book on on board diagnostics which IIRC gives some details, but
> quite a lot is left to the manufacturers discretion. Googling for "on board
> diagnostics" and OBDII may get you some results.
> It has been 6 months scince I had anything to do with implementing this
> stuff, and I still wake up shaking, the specs are that badly written!
> Regards, Dan.
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Thanks for the reply. What does "keyword 2000" mean?
I have got most of the relevant SAE and ISO OBD-II standards
publications but, alas, none of them has an index. I am in the process
of compiling one.