EASE OBD II Simulator / Verification Tester

EASE OBD II Simulator / Verification Tester

PC Connection Options:
DB9 Serial or USB

The EASE OBD II Verification Tester with CAN is used to verify the correct operation of OBD II interface devices utilized in emissions programs and other applications. To provide complete versatility, the unit is configurable using a software utility to create 8 custom test configurations.

Purchasing Information

Call us at  888-366-3273 

Send us a message thru our on-line form.

Product Description

The EASE OBD II Verification Tester with CAN is used to verify the correct operation of OBD II interface devices utilized in emissions programs and other applications. To provide complete versatility, the unit is configurable using a software utility to create 8 custom test configurations.

EASE OBD2 Simulator Software

The following can be customized for each of the 8 custom configurations:

  • OBD II Protocol – ISO-9141 (ISO), ISO 14230 (KWP2000 Fast & Slow), SAE J1850(PWM & VPW), and ISO 15765/SAE J2284 (CAN)
  • OBD Support Level – OBD II (CA ARB), OBD II (FED EPA), OBD & OBD II, OBD I, or NO OBD REQ
  • MIL Status – OFF or ON
  • I/M Monitors Status – Completed, Not Completed or Unsupported.
  • Users can enter up to 6 Stored Generic or Manufacturer Specific DTCs - Powertrain (P), Body (B), Chassis (C), and Network (U) are all accepted.
  • Fixed values (english or metric) can be set for 30 data parameters. (see listing below) 
  • Mode 9 Data can be set for VIN, Calibration ID, Calibration Verification Numbers
  • The B1/S1 and B1/S2 Oxygen Sensor values can vary in a sine wave pattern between 0 and 1 V
EASE OBD2 Simulator Software

Other features:

  • The Engine RPM can be set to a fixed 700 or 2500 RPM value or it can be set to vary between 700 and 2500 RPM
  • Four available selections are provided for the Ignition Key - AUTO, OFF, ON (KOEO), and RUN (KOER). When the switch is in the AUTO position, the IGN KEY functions are controlled by the software settings.

Setup

EASE Verification Tool Setup
  • The EASE OBD II Verification Tester unit is connected to a PC’s serial (COM) or USB port.
  • The desired test settings are configured in the software and downloaded to the unit. These settings are saved even after the unit has been powered off.
  • The OBD II interface device to be tested is plugged into the J1962 Diagnostic connector located on the endplate of the unit.
  • Both the OBD II interface device and EASE OBD II Verification Tester are powered by 12 VDC from an external source. A LED is provided to designate Power status.

What's Included

The OBD II Verification Tester with CAN Package  (Part #: VERTEST-3020-C) includes

EASE Verification Tester
  • OBD II Verification Tester Unit with CAN support (OVT-3020-C)
  • 1.5 A 12 VDC Power Transformer
  • 15' Serial Cable
  • USB to Serial DB9 Adapter (not shown)
  • Software Utility
  • Plastic Storage Case
  • User's Guide

Software Specifications

The software included with this package requires a Windows desktop, laptop or tablet PC.  

EASE Verification Tester Software MINIMUM PC Requirements

  • Windows Vista, 7, 8 or 10
  • Minimum Processor: Dual Core or equivalent
    Recommended Processor: i3 or i5
  • Minimum RAM: 1G
    Recommended RAM: 2G
  • CD-ROM Drive
  • One free USB or DB9 serial communications port

Security Features

To prevent the EASE OBD II Verification Tester from being substituted as a "clean" vehicle in an emissions inspection, we have built in the following security features.

  • The controller ID is permanently set to $FD. This value is not an acceptable controller ID.
  • The number of PIDs is always 32. On an actual vehicle this would mean all the PIDS were supported. This is not likely to happen.
  • The AC Sys Refrig I/M Monitor is always Supported and Not Complete. No vehicle currently supports this I/M monitor.

Parameters that fixed values can be set for

EASE OBD2 Simulator Software
  • Absolute Throttle Position
  • Calculated Load
  • Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT)
  • Fuel Pressure Gage
  • Fuel System 1 Status
  • Fuel System 2 Status
  • Intake Air Temperature (IAT)
  • Intake Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP)
  • Long Term Fuel Trim (LTFT) – B1
  • Long Term Fuel Trim (LTFT) – B2
  • Mass Air Flow (MAF)
  • Oxygen Sensor Voltage – B1/S3
  • Oxygen Sensor Voltage – B1/S4
  • Oxygen Sensor Voltage – B2/S1
  • Oxygen Sensor Voltage – B2/S2
  • Oxygen Sensor Voltage – B2/S3
  • Oxygen Sensor Voltage – B2/S4
  • Secondary Air Status
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B1
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B2
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B1/S1
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B1/S2
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B1/S3
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B1/S4
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B2/S1
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B2/S2
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B2/S3
  • Short Term Fuel Trim (STFT) – B2/S4
  • Spark Advance - #1
  • Vehicle Speed

Parameters that can be set to vary with

  • Oxygen Sensor Voltage – B1/S1 - Can be set to vary in a sine wave pattern between 0 and 1 V
  • Oxygen Sensor Voltage – B1/S2 - Can be set to vary in a sine wave pattern between 0 and 1 V
  • Engine RPM - Can be set to a fixed 700 or 2500 RPM or can be set to vary between 700 and 2500 RPM

Information Requests

Contact EASE

Call us toll-free at  888-366-EASE(3273) to request more information.

You can also send us a message thru our on-line form.