OBDII (On Board Diagnostics II) is an on-board automatic diagnostic system used to monitor the operating status of vehicle emission control systems and other electronic systems. The J1962 OBD 2G 4G 5G housing OBDII diagnostic connector is a part of the OBDII system, located at the vehicle diagnostic interface, and obtains vehicle diagnostic information through connecting diagnostic tools. This type of connector has universality on different types of vehicles, providing convenience for automotive maintenance personnel.
Appearance and characteristics
The J1962 OBD 2G 4G 5G housing OBDII diagnostic connector uses a standard J1962 interface with 16 terminals. Its shell is made of high-quality plastic material, which has good durability and waterproof performance. The connector is compact in size, easy to carry, and can be used for fault diagnosis anytime and anywhere.
Internal structure and function
The internal structure of the J1962 OBD 2G 4G 5G housing OBDII diagnostic connector mainly includes a circuit board and terminals. The circuit board is responsible for transmitting the vehicle's diagnostic information to the diagnostic tool, and the terminal is responsible for connecting the circuit board to the vehicle's diagnostic interface. Through the terminals of the connector, maintenance personnel can obtain vehicle fault codes, data flow, sensor signals, and other information, thereby quickly and accurately locating faults.