experience with our automotive products.
I've never used an oscilloscope. I'll be using it to help me diagnose CAN's, specifically the J1939 CAN protocol used on Medium and Heavy Duty Trucks. These CAN's work on 60 ohm backbone with speeds at 250 kb/s and others at 500 kb/s. I will also be using it to diagnose Meritor Wabco ABS Private CAN and the Bendix ABS private CAN. Maybe the LIN Can to Multiplex Switches. I'm sure this tool will also help me with the Cummins and Paccar MX engine diagnostics.
I believe I chose a model that will suit my needs. I am aware I'll need to buy some adapters. I will be making some of my own connections to tap into these cans at Diagnostic Connectors along with breakout connectors that we have in a kit.
Will I need to buy The TA051 feed-through attenuator to test these J1939 CAN's if I don't use the TA375 probe that comes in the kit?
I specialize in HD Applications for Picoscope. I will be doing a HD Engine Diagnostics class that will show me using Picoscope to diagnose issues with the 4425 Auto model. If you are interested contact me through my website. www.mjediagnostics.com
I have a lot of experience using this equipment on HD Vehicles. In fact I am one of the select few that has been using scopes in HD Applications for quite some time. Would love to have you become a Autonerdz member. We now have quite a few factory techs that are benefiting from me an Autonerdz. Look forward to hearing from you.