Interface eases connections to OEM diagnostics packages

Nexiq Technologies has released its USB-Link 3 Vehicle Interface Wireless Edition, a handheld device that the company says will allow users to “make the connection any way you like.”

The device connects to a PC, tablet or smartphone using Bluetooth and WiFi, and is compatible with iOS, Android and Windows operating systems.

Its USB link supports CAN FD and DoIP protocols for several OEM diagnostics packages.

Compatible software includes offerings such as Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link, Cummins Insite, International Service Maxx Fleet Pro, Eaton ServiceRanger, Freightliner ServiceLink, Wabco Toolbox and more.

USB Link 3
(Photo: Nexiq Technologies)

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