A High Performance Low-Cost Diagnostic Interface is an on-board diagnostic II (OBD-II) connector that converts 1000BASE-T1 to 1000BASE-T. Within the last decade, the complexity of the Automotive Network increased from ~80 ECUs in 2008 to ~150 ECUs nowadays. The standard 100BASE-TX OBD-II solution is not sufficient in meeting the level of data transfer needed in future.

Our simple plug-and-play solution enables a much faster data transfer than any concepts that you can find in the market today. It facilitates flashing for pre-series and production vehicles and gives you instant access to Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs). Some changes will have to be made regarding the E/E architecture and wiring system – contact us for more detailed information on how Technica can support the development process with the help of our experts, who have decades of experience in Automotive Ethernet. 

  • Advantages:
  • – 10x more throughput = 10x faster
  • – More cost and space efficient than other solutions on the market
  • – Less expensive than other future concepts
  • – EMC is Automotive compliant
OBD Connector Inside

Curious? How can we Support your Journey? 

We developed a hardware product, so you can speed up your project in an easy way: 1000BASE-T1 OBD Connector. If you don’t believe that it works, let us know and we will lend you our demo system.

OBD Converter Front
OBD Converter Back

Mastering automotive networks like no one else, Technica has been developing in-vehicle Ethernet solutions since 2008, guiding customers through the entire product creation process. A select number of the original Automotive Ethernet and Network Security architects of leading projects are part of our team: Making your experience one of a kind.

Connecting the Automotive world – with its specific requirements, use-cases, and architectures – to the innovative world of Ethernet technology.

Leading OEMs worldwide trust in Technica’s skill and experience to create next generation E/E architectures that include the best communication platform as well as the future state-of-the-art network security.