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Fabry
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AEM-NET wiring

Hi there,

 

I'm new about CAN protocol, I have an AQ1 Logger, and I lokking for buy a X-Series Gauge (Boost,Oil P, Oil T, WB controller), and I like to log all this gauge from my AQ1. 

The problem is that....someone can explane me how to make connection for the AEM-NET? Like power, can....etc etc etc

 

Thanks to reply

Fabry

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CAN is a really neat thing

CAN is a really neat thing which allows big data transfer with only a couple of wires.
A lot of AEM devices come with a DTM connector dedicated to AEMnet, the AQ-1 harnesses are a prime example.
For some things like the Xseries AFR gauges, you will need to buy a 4 pin DTM connector and crimp the can+ and can- wires to it.
The simple instructions that come with all AEM devices usually coiver it all pretty well, with wire colours etc..
Then simply plug them in and they recognise each other in the AQ-1 setup for the logger.
I'm pretty sure AEM do a patch harness if you need to connect multiple AEMnet devices to the same CAN network.

Hope this helps.

Fabry
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jacob_anemaat wrote:

jacob_anemaat wrote:

CAN is a really neat thing which allows big data transfer with only a couple of wires.
A lot of AEM devices come with a DTM connector dedicated to AEMnet, the AQ-1 harnesses are a prime example.
For some things like the Xseries AFR gauges, you will need to buy a 4 pin DTM connector and crimp the can+ and can- wires to it.
The simple instructions that come with all AEM devices usually coiver it all pretty well, with wire colours etc..
Then simply plug them in and they recognise each other in the AQ-1 setup for the logger.
I'm pretty sure AEM do a patch harness if you need to connect multiple AEMnet devices to the same CAN network.

Hope this helps.

 

Hi Jacob, thaks for this reply.
So, I don't have "problem" about harness or plug, but I try to know if I only ned to connect the can wire like a seires or like a parallel.
Example: from AQ1 I have can+ can-, and i need to connect WB, Oil P, Oil T, Boost. Need to make a parallel connection like all + togheter, or need to make a series connection like + to - to + to - to + etc etc?

I hope my example are non so....stupid!

Thanks a lot

Fabry

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Ah, sorry mate,

Ah, sorry mate,
I'm pretty sure it's all can+ to can+, can- to can-.
BUT, you have to terminate the can network properly. Using a AEMnet termination plug I believe.

I have no experience with the AEM stuff for multiple CAN devices,  I know Haltech (aussie) has a can hub for multiple modules.
just unsure about AEM, sometimes the website is hard to navigate and find stuff.

Sorry I couldn't help more.

Fabry
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jacob_anemaat wrote:

jacob_anemaat wrote:

Ah, sorry mate,
I'm pretty sure it's all can+ to can+, can- to can-.
BUT, you have to terminate the can network properly. Using a AEMnet termination plug I believe.

I have no experience with the AEM stuff for multiple CAN devices,  I know Haltech (aussie) has a can hub for multiple modules.
just unsure about AEM, sometimes the website is hard to navigate and find stuff.

Sorry I couldn't help more.

 

Oh, no problem mate!

I try to study little bit more, end try to look around the web, maybe someone do the same connection...

Thanks Jacob!