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|BCI||Beijer CAN Interface; see Products\Interfaces\CAN.|
|CAN||Controller Area Network.|
|API||Automatic Pulse Interface; see Products\Interfaces\Signal.|
|DLC||Data Link Connector or (E)OBD.|
|PGFI||Transducer (Hall-type) for Fiat (installation on gearbox).|
|PGMAG||Universal (inductive) transducer (installation on drive-shaft).|
|SSW||SpeedSwitch; see Products\Interfaces\Signal.|
|Wd||a parameter for the number of pulses, generated each kilometer by the cars speedsignal.|
1. Determine the software version (white sticker on the back of BCI). For example: PA.1000.MV.AAJF.204
2. Enter the software version here and click OK. The Application List associated with that software version is displayed.
3. Scroll to the correct car model and determine the best BUS-ID based on the required outputs.
4. Enter the BUS-ID on INCAR home.
5. Connect the BCI according to the CAN connections belonging to that BUS-ID from the INCAR instruction.
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If the software version is known, you can check on the corresponding Application List (see item Application List BCI) whether the BCI is suitable for the car.
The three blue labels on the right side of this page show the most recent Applications Lists of the BCI-2, the BCI-6 and the BCI-8UDS. If you have an older software version or a custom software version, click here .
- 1. Open the Application List belonging to the BCI (see item Application List BCI)
- 2. Scroll to the correct car model and determine the best BUS-ID based on the required outputs.
- 3. Enter the BUS-ID on INCAR home.
- 4. Connect the BCI according to the CAN connections belonging to that BUS-ID from the INCAR instruction.
The abbreviation BCS stands for Beijer CAN Server. That is the place where all available data from almost every left-hand drive European car can be found. Products with a BCS Ready logo are suitable, if a number of conditions are met, to communicate with this server. Note: this option is exclusively reserved for BCS Premium customers. This way of communicating offers advantages, such as reading and analyzing CAN data from unknown car models, in the Netherlands and far beyond. However, there are more advantages. Namely products with the BCS Ready logo offer functionalities to be programmed and updated via the Beijer CAN Server. Products in stock can be provided with the most recent software and vehicle types. Besides, a product can be refurbished, allowing it to be reused in another vehicle.
A BCS Ready BCI can be recognized by the BCS Ready logo. Every BCI has three LEDs: the PWR-LED, the CAN-LED and the COM-LED. See the table with the possible status of the LEDs. If the COM-LED is lit, the BCI has become vehicle specific. That means that the BCI is only suitable for the car model in which it was put into use. This status will only be reached over time and has no further influence on the operation of the BCI. Until the BCI becomes vehicle specific the COM-LED will not light up and will be universal and suitable for almost every left-hand drive European car.
|Off||Off||Off||BCI in sleeping mode or no Power Supply|
|On||Blinking||Off||BCI in recognition mode (max. 20 sec. during installation)|
|On||Blinking||On||BCI in recognition mode (max. 20 sec. during installation) Vehicle specific|
|On||On||Off||BCI operational | Multi vehicle (startup fase, new interface)|
|On||On||On||BCI operational | Vehicle specific|