The XP400 key & chip programmer is specially designed to read transponder data (including Mercedes Benz infrared smart key), clone and generate exclusive keys, read/write on-board EEPROM data, and read/write Freescale 9S12 MCUs. By working with Autel MaxiIM IM608 diagnostic tool and PC that are both loaded with programmer software, the XP400 can read/write transponder data quickly and accurately.
|Operating Temperature||-10℃ ~ 60℃ (14℉ ~ 140℉)|
|Storage Temperature||-20℃ ~ 60℃ (-4℉ ~ 140℉)|
|Port||Mini USB, VGA_DB15|
|Input Voltage||5 VDC|
|Operating Current||< 250 mA|
|Maximum Consumption||1 W|
|Device Dimensions (L*W*H)||130 mm * 68 mm * 28 mm|
|Package Dimensions (L*W*H)||201 mm * 167 mm * 75 mm|
|Net Weight||466 g|
What is the port & slot on XP400 used for?
1.DC Port – provides 12V DC power
DC Port is used to provide 12 V power supply for the XP400.
2.USB Port – provides data communication and 5V DC power
The Type B USB port provides data communication and power supply for handheld device, PC and XP400.
3.DB 26-Pin Port – connects with the Mercedes Benz infrared cable, vehicle key cable, ECU cable, MCU cable, MC9S12
Five components can be connected to this port:
Mercedes Infrared Cable
APA102 – Remote Match Cable (optional)
APA104 – ECU Cable
APA105– MCU Cable
APA106 – MC9S12 Cable
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