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Navigator Nano

Navigator nano is the most evolved self-diagnosis device for cars and light commercial vehicles fitted with OBD sockets. The advanced miniaturisation techniques used have allowed us to reduce the space required and instrument weight by more than 85% as compared with a traditional solution, leaving diagnosis depth and potential unchanged.
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Navigator nano is the most evolved self-diagnosis device for cars and light commercial vehicles fitted with OBD sockets.


Navigator nano is the most evolved self-diagnosis device for cars and light commercial vehicles fitted with OBD sockets.
The advanced miniaturisation techniques used have allowed us to reduce the space required and instrument weight by more than 85% as compared with a traditional solution, leaving diagnosis depth and potential unchanged.

Navigator nano belongs to a new generation of devices characterised by three key elements:

• reduced dimensions: increased practicality of use and less space taken up within the vehicle; with its ergonomic form, Navigator nano plugs directly into the diagnosis socket;
• wireless: thanks to the self-powering and wireless Bluetooth communication, the mechanic can work up to 100 metres away from the Navigator nano;
• specific self-diagnosis for cars with OBD sockets but with the thorough, completeness guaranteed by the TEXA IDC4 operating software and the compatibility with the protocol J2534 PASS-THRU*.

* Check compatibility on www.texa.com/passthru and the functions enabled by the different manufacturers.

Navigator nano has been developed according to the TEXA philosophy of two-unit diagnosis, in order to exalt the practicality and versatility of wireless, portable solutions. It is not compatible with normal PCs, but only with TEXA display units: AXONE 4, AXONE Direct, AXONE Pad, AXONE Palmtop and MULTI PEGASO.

This characteristic allows the mechanic to gain maximum benefit from his tools, guaranteeing a real improvement to the organisation of work in terms of practicality and speed.

Navigator nano operates thanks to IDC4, the TEXA platform that combines diagnosis potential with an enormous database. The mechanic in fact has a whole range of additional information at his disposal, such as wiring diagrams, technical data sheets, component sheets and bulletins, specifying the correct procedures by which to repair the most common, important failures. All this along with images and film clips, which can be viewed directly on the diagnosis tool.
If the workshop has an internet connection, it can access the famous "Solved problems" search functions powered by Google and TGS2.

An innovative application allows for more frequent interventions and immediate scheduled maintenance, quickly and easily, by simply selecting the individual operations from a specific list. The software automatically connects the functions to the electronic system of reference, thereby relieving the mechanic of a complex research within the various systems.
 
Technical Specifications:

Microcontroller: STM32F103G CORTEX 72MHz, FLASH 1024 KBytes, SRAM 96 KBytes
Memory: SRAM 8MBit, NAND FLASH 132Mbit with file system HCC SafeFat
Operating system: EmbOS
External power source: 8 ÷ 16 Volt
12V consumption: 0.2A typical, 0,6A max in PASS-THRU MODE
Wired collection: virtual RS232 by means of mini-USB 2.0 connection
Wireless connection: Bluetooth (up to 100m)
Electronic switch: 2-way, 13 independent positions
Diagnostic connector: OBD ISO 15031-3
Operating temperature: +0°C / +50°C
Storage temperature: -20°C / +60°C
Operating humidity: 10% ÷ 80% without condensation
Mini-torch: LED lighting with internal 3.7 V 120 mAh battery
Dimensions: 90x48x24 mm
Weight: 60 g

Self-diagnosis protocols
Blink codes, K, L (with current protection 60mA)
ISO9141-2, CAN ISO11898, ISO11519-2, SAE J1850 PWM, SAE J1850 VPW, RS232, EOBD (all protocols) ISO15031-5, ISO15765-4
PASS-THRU*:
•  J2534-1 voltage that can be programmed from 5 to 20 VDC, switchable onto OBD pins 6, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14,
and on the front jack, capacity to earth pin 15 OBD max. 300 mA,
support for parallel protocols

Reference standards
ETSI EN 301 489,
ETSI EN 300,328,
IEC EN 60950-1,
EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE 1999/5/EC

* Check compatibility on www.texa.com/passthru and the functions enabled by the different manufacturers.

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Igor Pall
Ph:(+64) 021998443
Email: igor@astools.nz