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10/07/2018

Issues & Causes/Solutions: VCM 2 & Temperature

VCM 2 unit is housed in a shock resistant polycarbonate case with rubber end boots, along with an extended operating temperature and voltage range, for increased durability and ruggedness in service bay and road test environments,

 

BUT do ensure the VCM II is not subjected to extreme temperature or prolonged exposure to direct sunlight that may cause heating of the VCM II.

 

Environmental requirement: Temperature & Humidity

Operating:

VCM II unit: -20ºC to 70ºC (-4ºF to 158ºF)

Wireless USB 2.0 adapter: 0ºC to 50ºC (32ºF to 122ºF) at 10% to 90% RH non-condensing

 

Storage: -40ºC to 85ºC (-40ºF to 185ºF) at 10% to 90% RH non-condensing

 

 

Issues & Causes/Solutions: VCM 2 & Temperature

 

Issue:

VCM II turns off (shutsdown/suspends-operation, all LEDs off) immediately after being powered by the USB cable or DLC cable

 

Cause/Solution:

  • Verify the ambient temperature is within the acceptable operating range for the VCM II device: -20°C to 70°C (-4°F to 158°F)
  • If the ambient temperature is outside this range allow the temperature to return to the acceptable operating range and the VCM II will automatically resume operation
  • If VCM II error persists when the ambient temperature returns to its operating range, contact your regional technical support

 

Issue:

VCM II does not appear in the list of detected wireless devices in IDS and  its Power LED blinks at a periodic rate

 

Cause/Solution:

  • Verify the VCM II is connected to the DLC cable and the DLC cable is connected to the vehicle. The VCM II must be powered using the DLC cable for the wireless interface to be operational
  • Verify the ambient temperature is within the acceptable operating range for the VCM II's wireless interface: 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
  • If the ambient temperature is outside this range allow the temperature to return to the acceptable operating range and the VCM II's wireless interface will automatically be enabled and the Power LED will stop blinking and stay illuminated
  • If VCM II wireless interface problem persists when the ambient temperature returns to its operating range, contact your regional technical support

 

Issue:

VCM II's Power LED blinks continuously after being powered using the DLC cable

 

Cause/Solution:

  • Verify the ambient temperature is within the acceptable operating range for the VCM II's wireless interface: 0°C to 50°C (32°F to 122°F)
  • If the ambient temperature is outside this range allow the temperature to return to the acceptable operating range and the VCM II's wireless interface will automatically be enabled and the Power LED will stop blinking and stay illuminated
  • If VCM II wireless interface problem persists when the ambient temperature returns to its operating range, contact your regional technical support or ask obdexpress.co.uk for help

Email: sales@OBDexpress.co.uk

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03/07/2018

Nissan Consult 4/Consult 3 Plus Software download for NEW & OLD Nissan

Tips and guides: How to do new & old Nissan diagnostic, key adding and ECU programming

 

For new Nissan (2010-2017):

Consult 3 PLUS running software v65.12

 

For old Nissan (-2010):

Consult 3 or Consult 4 running software v09.21

 

Nissan Consult 3 PLUS software download free:

 

Nissan Consult 4 software free download:

 

FYI, here we’re talking about China clone interface for Nissan diagnostic and programming.

 

Consult 3, Consult 3 PLUS, Consult 4 share the same functions and features. All are confirmed to work perfectly in OBD2 diagnosis, key programming (when all keys are lost) and ECU programming.

 

They only differ in software versions and model year supported. The difference can be found at the beginning.

 

Nissan Consult 3 supports Bluetooth connection though. You’re not advised to connect to the Consult 3 clone via Bluetooth because Bluetooth can not work well actually.

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Nissan Consult 4/Consult 3 Plus Software download for NEW & OLD Nissan

Tips and guides: How to do new & old Nissan diagnostic, key adding and ECU programming

 

For new Nissan (2010-2017):

Consult 3 PLUS running software v65.12

 

For old Nissan (-2010):

Consult 3 or Consult 4 running software v09.21

 

Nissan Consult 3 PLUS software download free:

 

Nissan Consult 4 software free download:

 

FYI, here we’re talking about China clone interface for Nissan diagnostic and programming.

 

Consult 3, Consult 3 PLUS, Consult 4 share the same functions and features. All are confirmed to work perfectly in OBD2 diagnosis, key programming (when all keys are lost) and ECU programming.

 

They only differ in software versions and model year supported. The difference can be found at the beginning.

 

Nissan Consult 3 supports Bluetooth connection though. You’re not advised to connect to the Consult 3 clone via Bluetooth because Bluetooth can not work well actually.

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