Alarm module pictures

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Stevebe
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Alarm module pictures

Post by Stevebe » 19 Jul 2019, 21:22

Just a few pictures of the Alarm module will up date with more info when I can
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Go4IT
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Re: Alarm module pictures

Post by Go4IT » 20 Jul 2019, 20:25

Would be nice if you add a "teardown" to my wiki: https://mk4-wiki.denkdose.de/en/artikel ... e/teardown
First, make a picture from front and rear of the PCB. Add frames around parts and add numbers to them.
Next, make a liste of the markings and SMD packages you find. Then try to find the real partnumber from the SMD markings.

Also, i see a TJA1020, so the device is talking CAN. You can try to add 12V to it and scan the CAN for messages. If it does not emitt some on powerup, try to send IGN signal on CAN. Note the CAN IDs it sends, and also log the transmition.

Stevebe
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Re: Alarm module pictures

Post by Stevebe » 21 Jul 2019, 17:26

Go4IT wrote:
20 Jul 2019, 20:25
Would be nice if you add a "teardown" to my wiki: https://mk4-wiki.denkdose.de/en/artikel ... e/teardown
First, make a picture from front and rear of the PCB. Add frames around parts and add numbers to them.
Next, make a liste of the markings and SMD packages you find. Then try to find the real partnumber from the SMD markings.

Also, i see a TJA1020, so the device is talking CAN. You can try to add 12V to it and scan the CAN for messages. If it does not emitt some on powerup, try to send IGN signal on CAN. Note the CAN IDs it sends, and also log the transmition.
will do
The old guy

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