Next-gen vehicle interface offers quicker transmission times

Oct. 15, 2014

Nexiq Technologies has introduced its next-generation vehicle interface. The USB-Link 2 is five times faster than its predecessor and supports heavier bus loads on simultaneous channels, the company said.

There is also a Bluetooth module with an enhanced data rate to support wireless vehicle to PC communication. And for increased reliability, the upgraded USB connector offers a more robust automotive-grade connector with a latching mechanism.

The USB-Link 2 supports virtually all heavy duty protocols, Nexiq said.

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