Proposed Revisions to the J1924 Definition of Vehicle Electronic Programming Station [VEPS] for Programming Electronic Components at OEM Assembly Plants 933013
The current practice for programming electronic control modules using SAE Recommended Practice J1708 permits each vendor to provide a unique hardware and software interface for his products. A standardized communications interface for J1708 communications at OEM Assembly Plants is needed to eliminate the impacts of the unique interfaces. Draft SAE Recommend Practice J2214, Vehicle Electronic Programming Stations [VEPS] System Specification for Programming J1708-capable components at OEM Assembly Plants is proposed to address these concerns and improve upon the file-based interface documented in SAE Information Report J1924, OEM/Vendor Interface Specification for Vehicle Electronic Programming Stations. J2214 references the proposed SAE Recommended Practice J1683, MS-DOS™ Interface for J1708 Communications to define the standard interface.
Citation: Swenson, E., "Proposed Revisions to the J1924 Definition of Vehicle Electronic Programming Station [VEPS] for Programming Electronic Components at OEM Assembly Plants," SAE Technical Paper 933013, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/933013. Download Citation
Eric T. Swenson
International Truck & Bus Meeting & Exposition
SAE 1993 Transactions: Journal of Passenger Cars-V102-6