This British Standard is the UK implementation of ISO The UK participation in its preparation was entrusted to Technical. BS ISO Road vehicles — Modular vehicle communication interface ( MVCI) — Part 1: Hardware design requirements. ISO March Road vehicles – Modular vehicle communication interface (MVCI) – Part 1: hardware design requirements – Véhicules routiers.
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BS ISO 22900-1:2008
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Search all products by. By proceeding without changing your settings, you agree with us. Modular vehicle communication interface MVCI. The technical requirements specified in ISO This system enables each vehicle manufacturer to support all vehicle communication interfaces to perform diagnostics and to control the programming sequence for electronic control units ECUs in their vehicles.
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For more information on the standard, please refer to the following sites Wikipedia DE. Professional information on latest automotive technologies and innovative solutions. Take the smart route to manage medical device compliance. Hardware design requirements Status: The Modular Vehicle Communication Interface hardware 22900–1 requirements will provide appropriate development guidance for vehicle communication interface manufacturers to meet legal authority and automotive manufacturer demands with regard to inter-vendor operability.