A system that allows electrical components to communicate in a new and more efficient manner.

Rather than using a multitude of copper wires between each switch, relay, and component, individual solid-state modules, or “nodes” use microprocessors to communicate between each other to activate the selected circuit

Using conventional wiring, each and every switch in the system requires an individual copper wire from the switch, to a relay, to the device being activated

The quantity of wire and connections can be enormous, especially if several additional switches activate the same circuit

In a multiplexed system , the signal is carried along a simple twisted pair of wires called the network data bus

The Universal System Manager then interprets the correct logic and continues the signal to the affected node, which activates the device

Physical Layer

  • Uses Controller Area Network (CAN) bus
  • Simple 8 bit signals
  • Signal transfer rate of 250,000 bits per second up to 500,000 bits per second
  • SAE J-1939 protocol


  • More reliable electrical system
  • Advanced load management
  • Unmatched real-time, onboard diagnostic capabilities
  • Fewer light duty mechanical parts
  • Easily re-configurable
  • Vehicle weight reduction
  • Less downtime
  • Quick, accurate information returned to the operator

Wiring that we don’t have to worry about troubleshooting anymore!!!