Download Print this page

Ford VCM II Operator's Manual page 3

Customer flight recorder
Hide thumbs

Advertisement

Definitions, Acronyms, and Abbreviations
Acronym
BCE
CAN
CMDTC
DLC
DTC
DTC CNT
ECU
IDS
ISO
ISO-9141
LED
Parameter
PCM
PID
SCP
Sleep Mode
UART
UBP
VCM II - CFR
VIN
VCM II Customer Flight Recorder Operator's Manual
Body, Chassis and Electrical
Controller Area Network
Continuous Memory Diagnostic Trouble Code
Data Link Connector – vehicle diagnostic connector, SAE J1962
Diagnostic Trouble Code
Diagnostic Trouble Code Count. Provides the number of Continuous DTCs.
Electronic Control Unit. An onboard electronic module that controls a vehicle
subsystem function.
Integrated Diagnostic Software
International Standard Organization
Serial communication protocol implemented in Ford vehicles.
Light Emitting Diode
Also known as PID's or DID's which are sensor, actuator, switch, etc. data
stored in the vehicle module
Powertrain Control Module
Parameter Identifier. An index number used to refer to a parameter within a
module without knowing its storage location.
Standard Corporate Protocol
The VCM II - CFR will go into a Low Power/Standby Sleep Mode if the
vehicle communications network becomes inactive for a certain period of time
(typically 60 seconds). Any communication on the vehicle network being
monitored, or depressing the Pendant button, will wake the CFR from Sleep
Mode. When CFR wakes from Sleep Mode, the pendant will return to its
previous state.
Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter
UART Based Protocol
Customer Flight Recorder (Application Running On VCM II)
Vehicle Identification Number
Description
- 3 -
Version 2.0

Hide quick links:

Advertisement

loading

  Also See for Ford VCM II