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IXXAT driver installation

B.U.D.S. communicates with the electronic blocks of the vehicle through the MPI ® (Multi Protocol Interface).

Today, there are two models of MPI adapters: MPI-1 and MPI-2 (or MPI-II).


MPI-1 - is outdated adapter, able to work in three main protocols: KW2000-250kDESS947-DI. Communicates with the computer via RS-232, also called a COM port. It supports almost all models 4-TEC, which support the exchange rate 250k KW2000 protocol as well as the entire line of 2-stroke technology. Due to lack of KW2000 protocol with baud rate 500k is not able to handleE-TEC technology, and some models of ATV Can Am. Since most modern laptops no longer has an RS232 serial port, must be used an USB to RS232 adapter. There are many USB-to-RS232 adapters, and each has its own driver.

MPI-1 is no longer officially supported in the version 3 and higher.


MPI-2 - a modern USB adapter, which uses the protocol CAN, supports transfer rate of 25 to 1000k. For the diagnosis of BRP vehicles used KW2000-250k and KW2000-500k. As a standalone unit, supports 4-TEC and E-TEC vehicles. With the additional device DESS Post Interface (P/n 529036019) supports the full range of vehicles BRP, including 2-stroke technology.


The latest software B.U.D.S. only works with MPI-2 adapter.


To use MPI-2 adapter with your PC/laptop, driver IXXAT must be installed.


IXXAT driver installation to laptop with Windows 7.


 1. Download the IXXAT driver for MPI-2 interface: vci_3_2_2_2098.exe

 2. Start the installation by double-clicking on the downloaded installer file.










3. After rebooting your computer, connect the MPI-2 interface (adapter) to your PC/laptop.

Follow the onscreen instructions to continue automatically install the driver.

Source: http://buds.diag-systems.com/ixxat_driver_installation.html
Category: B.U.D.S. (BRP Utility and Diagnostic Software) User Manual | Added by: Admin2 (14.08.2012)
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