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ISO 13400-4:2016

Road vehicles -- Diagnostic communication over Internet Protocol (DoIP) -- Part 4: Ethernet-based high-speed data link connector

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Kehtiv alates 29.03.2016
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ISO 13400-4:2016 specifies a minimum set of diagnostic Ethernet connector requirements which are based on ISO 15031-3. The ISO 15031-3 diagnostic connector is referenced by legislation in many countries. The diagnostic connection specified in this part of ISO 13400 consists of two mating connectors: the vehicle connector and the external test equipment connector as specified in ISO 15031-3. ISO 13400-4:2016 specifies: - the functional requirements for the vehicle connector. These functional requirements are separated into two principal areas: connector contact allocation and electrical requirements for connector and related electrical circuits; - the functional requirements for the external test equipment connector. These functional requirements are separated into two principal areas: connector contact allocation and electrical requirements for connector and related electrical circuits. Two (2) different connector layouts and pin-outs are specified in this part of ISO 13400: a) Ethernet pin assignment option 1 (see Annex A); b) Ethernet pin assignment option 2 (see Annex B). Historically, option 1 is specified to meet Ethernet pin assignment of road vehicles already launched onto the market and may be used to resolve conflicts with vehicle manufacturer-specific usage of discretionary pins, e.g. pins 1 and 9. Option 2 is specified to meet the Ethernet pin assignment of road vehicles to resolve conflicts with vehicle manufacturer-specific usage of discretionary pins, e.g. pins 3 and 11. A discovery/identification and activation method of the vehicle's Ethernet via the "Ethernet Activation Line" is specified in ISO 13400-3.
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