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    Description:
     
    GM MDI is a new GM Diagnostic tool.it is not only work for the new gm car,but also for the old kind of car.it can test GM car from 1990---2012 year gm car.
    GM MDI (Multiple Diagnostic Interface) for wireless ECU reprogramming utilizing J2534. Hardware kit only.

    Features:

    The GM MDI is initially being introduced with Pass-Thruprogramming capabilities only. It can be used to perform

    Pass-Thru programming on all vehicles built since 1993 and willsupport all vehicles into the future.The GM MDI will

    be required to perform diagnostics onselected NAO vehicles for model year 2009. Diagnostic soft-ware is scheduled to

    be released for the GM MDI during thefourth quarter of 2008.

    When diagnostics are introduced, the MDI will also get a remote data record capability. This permits recording data

    duringa road test, similar to the Tech 2 Snap Shot function. A trigger switch connector is provided for this

    purpose. Regulations require programming procedures to be compliantwith SAE Recommended Practice J2534. The GM SPS

    is com-pliant with SAE Recommended Practice J2534, and the GMMDI is compliant with the portions of SAE J2534 that

    areapplicable for GM vehicles.

    Note:
    Requires software subscription to GM SPS (Service Programming System), which must be purchased separately via the ACDelco Tech Connect website.

    and if you want to do the programmer,you need order the programmer account .


    Multiple Diagnostic Interface

    Description:

    GM MDI (Multiple Diagnostic Interface) for wireless ECU reprogramming utilizing J2534. Hardware kit only.


    The GM MDI is initially being introduced with Pass-Thruprogramming capabilities only. It can be used to perform

    Pass-Thru programming on all vehicles built since 1993 and willsupport all vehicles into the future.The GM MDI will

    be required to perform diagnostics onselected NAO vehicles for model year 2009. Diagnostic soft-ware is scheduled to

    be released for the GM MDI during thefourth quarter of 2008.

    When diagnostics are introduced, the MDI will also get a remote data record capability. This permits recording data

    duringa road test, similar to the Tech 2 Snap Shot function. A trigger switch connector is provided for this

    purpose. Regulations require programming procedures to be compliantwith SAE Recommended Practice J2534. The GM SPS

    is com-pliant with SAE Recommended Practice J2534, and the GMMDI is compliant with the portions of SAE J2534 that

    areapplicable for GM vehicles.

    The Future of the Tech 2
    The Tech 2 remains an essential tool through at least the 2010 model year. The GM MDI will not support past models

    when its diagnostic capabilities are introduced. And, the Tech2 will continue to be needed to diagnose all vehicles

    fromprevious model years. Remote programming with the Tech 2 will continue to be supported for use on all 2007 and

    previous vehicles.Additional information will be supplied in future.

    Specifications

    complete genuine GM MDI

    Introduction of MDI

    The GM MDI is a compact communication module that manages the transfer of data between a vehicle*s onboard

    ECU network and a PC.The EL-47955 MDI is a kit of components:

    A GM MDI
    B J1962 Diagnostic connector
    C USB cable
    D Ethernet cable
    E AC adapter/power supply
    Wireless interface
    AAA batteries
    Owner manual
    Operating software for the MDI will be downloaded from the TS2WEB website.
    The GM MDI allows the user to perform Pass-Thru programming procedures using software running on a laptop or desktop PC.

    What Protocols does the GM MDI Support?
    For immediate use -- At present,vehicles have two buses on the 16 pin connector (high speed and low speed GMLAN).
    The GM MDI communicates using all of the existing GM protocols, the same as the Tech2:
    每 UART
    每 Class 2
    每 KWP2000
    每 GMLAN (CAN)
    For future use -- Global architecture coming in July 2008 for MY 2009 will use a total of 4 GMLAN links. (This is
    a limited rollout in MY 2009.) Global architecture adds a medium speed bus and an expansion bus. The Tech 2 and
    CANdi module can run only low and high speed, and won*t work on the 4 GMLAN link system for diagnostics or programming. The MDI will have this capability.
    How is the GM MDI Connected?
    The GM MDI will be connected between the vehicle and the PC using the DLC and cable.Connection between the GM MDI and the PC can be accomplished several ways:
    每 Using the supplied cable to connect the mini USB port on the GM MDI and the USB port on the PC
    每 Using a standard CAT5 cable toconnect the Ethernet port on the GM MDI and the Ethernet port on the PC
    每 Using the WLAN card built into the
    GM MDI to communicate with the PC through the dealership*s wireless network.

    How Will the GM MDI be Used?
    The GM MDI is initially being introduced with Pass-Thru programming capabilities only. It can be used to perform
    Pass-Thru programming on all vehicles built since 1993 and will support all vehicles into the future.
    The GM MDI will be required to perform diagnostics on selected NAO vehicles for model year 2009. Diagnostic software is scheduled to be released for the GM MDI during the fourth quarter of 2008. When diagnostics are introduced, the MDI will also get a remote data record capability. This permits recording data during a road test, similar to the Tech 2 Snap Shot function. A trigger switch connector is provided for this purpose.
    Regulations require programming procedures to be compliant with SAE Recommended Practice J2534. The GM SPS is compliant with SAE Recommended Practice J2534, and the GM MDI is compliant with the portions of SAE J2534 that are applicable for GM vehicles.
    The Future of the Tech 2
    The Tech 2 remains an essential tool through at least the 2010 model year. The GM MDI will not support past models when its diagnostic capabilities are introduced. And, the Tech2 will continue to be needed to diagnose all vehicles from previous model years.
    Remote programming with the Tech 2 will continue to be supported for use on all 2007 and previous vehicles.
    Additional information will be supplied in future TechLink articles and dealer communications.

     
     
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