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Unified Diagnostic Services (UDS) is a diagnostic communication protocol used in electronic control units (ECUs) within automotive electronics, which is specified in the ISO 14229-1.[1] It is derived from ISO 14230-3 (KWP2000) and the now obsolete ISO 15765-3 (Diagnostic Communication over Controller Area Network (DoCAN)[2]). 'Unified' in this context means that it is an international and not a company-specific standard. By now this communication protocol is used in all new ECUs made by Tier 1 suppliers of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), and is incorporated into other standards, such as AUTOSAR. The ECUs in modern vehicles control nearly all functions, including electronic fuel injection (EFI), engine control, the transmission, anti-lock braking system, door locks, braking, window operation, and more.

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Specifically, 14229-3 outlines which UDS services have CAN specific requirements. The affected UDS services are ResponseOnEvent and ReadDataByPeriodicIdentifier, for which the CAN specific requirements are detailed in 14229-3. All other UDS services are implemented as per ISO 14229-1 and ISO 14229-2.

This describes the session layer in the UDS OSI model. Specifically, it outlines service request/confirmation/indication primitives. These provide an interface for the implementation of UDS (ISO 14229-1) with any of the communication protocols (e.g. CAN).

However, part of the confusion may arise because ISO 14229-3 also provides an OSI model where DoCAN is both used in relation to ISO 15765-2 and as an overlay across OSI model layers 2 to 7. In ISO 14229-2, DoCAN is referred to as the communication protocol on which UDS (ISO 14229-1) is implemented. This is in sync with the illustration from ISO 14229-3. In this context, DoCAN can be viewed as a more over-arching term for the implementation of UDS on CAN, whereas UDSonCAN seems consistently to refer to ISO 14229-3 only.

The standard specifies a transport protocol and network layer services for use in CAN based vehicle networks. The most common use cases include UDS (ISO 14229-1), OBD (SAE J1979, ISO 15031-5) and world-wide harmonized OBD aka WWH-OBD (ISO 27145).

The CANedge lets you easily record CAN/UDS data to an 8-32 GB SD card. You can customize what CAN frames to send, incl. custom UDS requests and flow control frames. Data can be processed via free software/API tools.

As a rule of thumb, you should configure your tester (e.g. the CANedge) so that the Flow Control frame is always sent after the First Frame response is received from the ECU (typically this happens within 10-50 ms from sending the initial request) - but in a way so that it is sent within a set time after receiving the First Frame (e.g. within 0-50 ms). For details on this, feel free to contact us.

ISO 14229-4:2012 specifies the implementation of a common set of unified diagnostic services (UDS) on FlexRay networks (FR) in road vehicles (UDSonFR).UDSonFR references ISO 14229-1 and ISO 14229-2 and specifies implementation requirements of the diagnostic services to be used for diagnostic communication over FlexRay.UDSonFR does not specify any requirements of the in-vehicle FlexRay architecture.ISO 14229-4:2012 focuses on additional requirements specific to the implementation of UDS on the FlexRay network, and specific restrictions in the implementation of UDS on the FlexRay network.


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