I’m trying to do odometer readings from my TFT100 logger. I’m using the default SAE J1939 CAN setting for the odometer.
SAE J1939 specifies two pgn’s where vehicle odometer is present:
00 FEE0 and 00 FEC1.
Which one is read by my device? And does the priority and/or the source adress matters?
I tried both pgns with priorities 00, 0C and 18, from source adresses EE and 00. But none of them works.
Thanks for your assistance!
If you are selected default J1939 option in CAN I/O settings, the device will read Total vehicle distance parameter by using FEC1 PGN if this parameter is available in the vehicle.
No need to configure any priority and source address.
Do you have any CAN sniffer tool to capture the CAN raw data from the vehicle? And did you see FEE0 and FEC1 PGNs available from this vehicle?
OK, but I’m using the Manual CAN option now. FEC1 is present. Will the odometer spn present in FEC1 not be translated to the AVL ID 16 then?
If you are using the manual CAN option, the device will send the CAN data bytes directly to the server.
You need to do this parsing in the server level.
If the device wants to parse the data, you need to use default J1939 option.
OK, clear, thanks for the information. Flip