BS ISO 22900-2:2009 - Road vehicles. Modular vehicle communication interface (MVCI). Diagnostic protocol data unit application programming interface (D-PDU API) – BSI British Standards

BS ISO 22900-2:2009

Road vehicles. Modular vehicle communication interface (MVCI). Diagnostic protocol data unit application programming interface (D-PDU API)

Status : Superseded, Withdrawn   Published : March 2009 Replaced By : BS ISO 22900-2:2017

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BS ISO 22900-2:2009 Road vehicles. Modular vehicle communication interface (MVCI). Diagnostic protocol data unit application programming interface (D-PDU API)

BS ISO 22900-2 specifies the diagnostic protocol data unit application programming interface
(D-PDU API) as a modular vehicle communication interface (MVCI) protocol module software interface and common basis for diagnostic and reprogramming software applications.

BS ISO 22900-2 covers the descriptions of the application programming interface (API) functions and the abstraction of diagnostic protocols, as well as the handling and description of MVCI protocol module features. Sample MVCI module description files are also included in BS ISO 22900-2..

Migration from and to the existing standards SAE J2534-1 and RP1210a is addressed. BS ISO 22900-2  also contains a description of how to convert between the APIs. Corresponding wrapper APIs are included.

The purpose of BS ISO 22900-2 is to ensure that diagnostic and reprogramming applications from any vehicle or tool manufacturer can operate on a common software interface, and can easily exchange MVCI protocol module implementations.

Contents of BS ISO 22900-2:

• Foreword
• Introduction
• Scope
• Normative references
• Terms and definitions
• Symbols and abbreviated terms
• Specification release version information
• Modular VCI use cases
• Modular VCI software architecture
• D-PDU API use cases
• Diagnostic protocol data unit (D-PDU) API
• Using the D-PDU API with existing applications
• Data structures
• D-PDU API compatibility mappings
• D-PDU API standard ComParams and protocols
• D-PDU API manufacturer specific ComParams and protocols
• D-PDU API constants
• Application defined tags
• Description files
• Resource handling scenarios
• D-PDU API partitioning
• Use case scenarios
• OBD protocol initialization
• Bibliography




Standard NumberBS ISO 22900-2:2009
TitleRoad vehicles. Modular vehicle communication interface (MVCI). Diagnostic protocol data unit application programming interface (D-PDU API)
StatusSuperseded, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 March 2009
Withdrawn Date11 October 2017
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 15765, ISO/IEC 8859-1, ISO 14230, ISO 15031-5, ISO 22901-1, ISO 14229-1, ISO 9141-2
Informative References(Provided for Information)SAE J2190, SAE J2740, SAE J2411, SAE J1939-21:2006, ISO 15031-4, SAE J1708, SAE J1979, ISO 16750-2, SAE J2534-1, SAE J1962, ISO/IEC 8859-2, SAE J1939-81:2003, ISO 7637-2, ASAM AE MCD 2, ISO/PAS 27145, ISO 15031-3, SAE J2610, SAE J1939-73:2006, ISO 11898, SAE J1587, SAE J1850, SAE J1939
Replaced ByBS ISO 22900-2:2017
International RelationshipsISO 22900-2:2009
Draft Superseded By06/30134245 DC
DescriptorsData transfer, Software engineering techniques, Diagnostic testing, Information exchange, Electronic equipment and components, Application program interface, Data transmission, Road vehicles, Control equipment, Modules, Electric connectors, Interfaces (data processing)
ICS43.040.15
Title in FrenchVéhicules routiers. Interface de communication modulaire du véhicule (MVCI). Interface de programmation d'application d'unité de données du protocole de diagnostic (D-PDU API)
CommitteeAUE/16
ISBN978 0 580 55417 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages338
File Size5.262 MB
Price£428.00


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