OBD2 OBDII J1962 Female to Kia 20 Pin OBD1 Male Connector Cable
|OBD2 female connector||standard|
|Terminals of OBD2 female connector||copper, nickel-plated or gold-plated|
|Material of OBD2 female connector||PA66|
|Overmold of OBD2 female connector||straight|
|Kia 20 Pin OBD1 male plug||standard|
|Pins of Kia 20 Pin OBD1 male plug||copper, nickel-plated or gold-plated|
|Material of Kia 20 Pin OBD1 male plug||PA66|
|Overmold of Kia 20 Pin OBD1 male plug||straight|
|Material of overmolded part||PVC|
|Wire||26AWG, pure copper|
|Pin assignment or pin out||customized|
|Contact Resistance||3 ohm max.|
|Insulation Resistance||5M ohm min.|
|Working Temperature||−25℃ ~ +85℃|
|Testing||100% open, short and miss-wire testing|
|Testing Voltage||DC300V 5M ohm/10ms|
The OBD2 OBDII female connector is with quality endurable
terminals, which are more suitable for a test or diagnostic
environment where the devices (connected to the OBD2 female
connector) are plugged and unplugged frequently.
The overmolded plastic injection part at the end of Kia 20 Pin OBD1
male plug makes the cable come out straight.
The overmolded plastic injection part at the end of 16-Pin OBD2
OBDII female connector makes the cable come out straight. The color
of the overmolded plastic injection part can be custom.
Pin assignment or pin out
The pin assignment or pin out of this OBD2 OBDII Female to Kia 20 Pin OBD1 Male Cable can be like this:
|OBD2 female connector||Kia 20 Pin OBD1 male plug|
There are 7 wires of 26AWG in the round cable.
The pin assignment or pin out can also be customized according to
your needs. If there is no need for more pins to be connected, we
suggest we just connect the necessary pins you need and the price
can be lower because the raw material and labor cost is lower.
This cable is used to connect OBD2 diagnostic devices or scanners
or code readers (with the appropriate software) to 20 Pin OBD1 female ports equipped in Kia cars. These OBD2 diagnostic devices or scanners or code readers have OBD2 male ports, so OBD2 female connector on
this cable is needed.
It is important to check whether the diagnostic devices can be
compatible with the vehicle’s voltage (12V or 24V) before
connecting them to the original OBD2 female diagnostic ports with
this cable. If the diagnostic devices’ voltage is 12V and the
vehicle’s voltage is 24V, the devices could be damaged.
Sending an inquiry
If you haven’t found or don’t have time to look for the OBD2 OBDII,
9-Pin J1939 or 6-Pin J1708 cables, adapters or connectors in our
website, feel free to let us know what OBD2 OBDII, 9-Pin J1939 or
6-Pin J1708 cables, adapters or connectors you need by sending an inquiry (If you have a picture, please attach it in the inquiry). We can
also customize any OBD2 OBDII, 9-Pin J1939 or 6-Pin J1708 cables,
adapters or connectors for you.
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