New BMW INPA K+CAN With FT232RQ Chip with Switch, works on BMW with 8 pin and with K-LINE protocol.
New BMW INPA K+CAN With FT232RQ Chip with Switch
Interface USB OBD2 for BMW - INPA/Ediabas - K+DCAN allows full diagnostic of BMW from 1998 to 2008 (all functions as in OMNITEC interface). Build in 2 lines K and D-Can magisterial
BMW INPA K+CAN Features:
1. Read and delete errors
3. Driver programming
4. Applu coding
- And others...
BMW INPA K+CAN Supports Protocols:
* Fast magisterial D-CAN and PT-CAN (500 kbit/s)
* Slow magisterial K-CAN (100 kbit/s)
* Standard BMW protocol (BMW OBD interface).
* E60, E61 od 03/2007
* E83 od 09/2006
* E81, E87 od 03/2007
* E90, E91, E92, E93 od 03/2007
* E70 (new model X5)
* R56 (new model MINI)
PT-CAN, K-CAN - fully switchable speed of magisterial CAN - you can diagnose driver without any car
Protocol "BMW OBD interface" for Older Cars
* From 1995 to 1998 (don't need K-line).
* From 1998 to 03/2008 (all models)
Why do you need K+Dcan pin 7& 8?
I assume the reasons being that on DCAN cars one pin is used for a ethernet connection and the other to the K data line – on K line cars,
both pins are connected to K data lines and that creating a switch mode circuit would cost more than the interface is worth. The 2 most sensible options are both hardware-related:-
Use an adapter (such as the one sold by One Stop electronics) which internally bridges pins 7 & 8 or...
Mount a small switch on the OBD plug end of your adapter, which can bridge (for K line) or separate (for DCAN) the connection between pins 7 & 8.
How to use/switch/connect to K-Line or Dcan pin 7&8?
Q: So you have to physically connect (K-Line) or disconnect (DCAN) pin 7&8?
A: Yes, I think connection by soldering is a bad option as it limits the usefulness of the interface, I have an adapter but consider a switch to be a better option.
Q: Is there anything else to do for switching from K-Line to DCAN then disconnecting pin 7&8? Unfortunately I don’t have a DCAN model available.
A: As soon as you connect the interface to the car and your computer, run DCAN.exe to configure the comms rate. I have only used my K+DCAN interface with DCAN cars.
Q: Is it necessary to do so every time I want to use DCAN or is the interface staying in DCAN mode once I ran DCAN.exe?
A: You only need to run it when you are switching between modes. If you run it the first time you connect to a DCAN car, your computer will retain the settings.
Q: How do I switch back to K-Line? Just by connecting the two pins or is further action on the computer required?
A: Earlier e39 had both the OBD port in the cabin and the round 20 pin connector under the hood.
The OBD port only allowed access to limited modules, I think only the DME in fact.
I always switch my K+D CAN adapter between K and D CAN protocols as I need to, depending on the car that I’m connecting to.
I use the DOS version of the DCAN utility. As mentioned if you only use the adapter on the e39, run the utility once and set the adapter to K CAN and leave it at that.
In fact thinking about it I use the same adapter for INPA, DIS and ISID.
With these K DCAN cables there are two subtle different versions, one with pin 8 enabled, one with it disabled. The one with it disabled is ideal for e90 newer than 03/07 & that era,
these leads often come with a black adapter to re-enable the pin 8 (by just tying it to pin 9) so it will also be suitable for e46/e39/e63 etc.
The ones with pin 8 active are just older versions of the cable. Worst cast scenario you just need to modify the cable & stuck a switch on it to toggle pin 8 on/off as needed.
Finally there are a lot of rubbish adapter cables out there. Finding a good one can be tricky.
Q: I have a 2003 E39 so there is no OBD1 anymore. How do you switch the modes physically? Do you use such a adapter to connect Pin 7&8?
A: If you don‘t plan to use the cable on any cars that have DCAN(2007+) then you can pop open the case and solder a jumper between them. When you do this the DCAN functionality will no longer work though.
1pc x BMW INPA K+CAN Cable
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