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VDO RoadLog Diagnostic Cables

February 14, 2017 - Products

Continental

Continental’s line of VDO RoadLog 9 Pin Green Installation Kits are designed to support 2015 and newer trucks that use the 9 pin type II green diagnostic ports as well as pre-2015 9 pin type I black diagnostic ports.

The Installation Kits allow fleets to install and use the VDO RoadLog ELD platform in a mixed fleet by offering more connection options for different vehicles. VDO RoadLog combines GPS data with input from the vehicle to create a digital log that the driver can either download or print out as needed. It is available as a standalone unit without monthly fees and as a connectivity package with affordable monthly plans.

The VDO RoadLog 9 pin Green Connectors are available as a direct connection or as a Y-Cable configuration that leaves an open diagnostic port and cleanly installs into the vehicle cab.

The new installation kits are available as a 9 Pin Direct Cable, 9 Pin Y with Flange Cable, and 9 Pin Y with Plastic Nut Cable.

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