The SVCI DoIP Vehicle Communication Interface (VCI) is used by professional technicians as an aid in diagnosing and repairing vehicle electrical and electronic systems. The SVCI DoIP is designed to connect the vehicle to a host PC computer application which achieve functions through the SVCI DoIP for data transfer and Electronic Control Unit (ECU) reprogramming. Using the VCI Manager PC application software, The SVCI DoIP is capable of communicating over a USB cable.
The SVCI DoIP is a standard-based tool – supporting the SAE J2534 interface, and the ISO22900-2 Diagnostic-Protocol Data Unit (D-PDU) API. Fully support JLR diagnostic software SDD2 and Pathfinder, including diagnostic, ECU update, CCF configuration and all the functions of JLR.
Protocol Type Protocol name
Physical Layer l CANBUS Channel 1 at 125/250/500/1000kbps l CANBUS Channel 2 at 125/250/500/1000kbps l One UART channels (K & L Lines) l One J1850
Communication Layer l ISO9141 l ISO14230 l J1850 PWM(Ford SCP) l ISO14229 JLR Powertrain CANBUS l ISO14229 JLR Body CANBUS l ISO14229 JLR Chassis CANBUS l ISO14229 JLR Comfort CANBUS l ISO13400 DoIP
Others l Pin voltage Measurement l Programming Voltage Generator l Internal Temperature Sensor l Power through DLC or USB Type B Connector
2.What JLR vehicle models are covered via STiC SVCI DoIP？