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Silverleaf VMSPC9 VMS To 9 Pin Diagnostic Port Complete Engine Monitoring

Silverleaf VMSPC9 VMS To 9 Pin Diagnostic Port Complete Engine Monitoring
Silverleaf VMSPC9 VMS To 9 Pin Diagnostic Port Complete Engine Monitoring

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: $306.25
MFG: Silverleaf
Weight (lbs): 5
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Product Code: VMSPC9

Description Instructions
The Silverleaf VMSPC9 VMS To 9 Pin Diagnostic Port Engine Monitoring is an intelligent data translator that links your USB port to the engine diagnostic connector on your rig, making it possible to use a laptop to monitor your engine. You can read performance and diagnostic information with the special software right on your laptop computer. You receive complete diagnostics, trip information, and a graphing system that can display up to five parameters at the same time. Engine data can be saved to a file and loaded into a spreadsheet. Includes 6' USB cable, 9 pin diagnostic connector, dongal (translates the data), CD and instructions.
  • The Silverleaf VMSpc let's you program audible alarms based on any engine parameter.
  • Create a "Tank Minder", which provides a miles-to-empty calculation based on your tank size and fuel economy.
  • Professional engineers use the software to test their vehicle designs & now you can use the same tools to test your coach.
  • Test drive the software before buying the hardware --> VMSPC Software
  • VMSpc JIB. Note: We cannot get the JS550/WiFi, as it is only available through the Manufacturer.
  • 6 ft USB cable
  • 5 ft engine diagnostic harness with JIB connection with 9 pin connector
  • CD with software
  • Owner's Manual

System Requirements

  • Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, or 7. Note: Windows 95 users require a special version.
  • Pentium 120 or better CPU
  • 16 mb RAM
  • Hard Drive
  • USB Port

Silverleaf VMSPC9 Complete Engine Monitoring

Additional Product Information
The "standard" Diagnostic Plugs are a Round Deutsch plug with 6 or 9 Pin Postions. There are Diagnostic Connectors in the Engine Compartment and "upfront" near the Steering Column generally with a protective cap. The Round Deutsch plugs were chosen at the time the Electronic Engine Standard was developed, so you will always have one of these Plugs when you have an Electronic Diesel Engine. Not all of the Positions will have Terminals (the Metal Contacts). Typically, the 6 Pin Plugs have 4 Terminals, the 9 Pin Plugs have 4 Terminals and with later coaches they have 7 Terminals.