BMW NBT EVO ATM Emulator for F Series
This module was designed for use in BMW F-Series cars, when replacing or installing head unit HU EVO unequipped with built-in GPS receiver, without the need to install ATM ECU.
BMW NBT EVO ATM Emulator Features
Very simple installation
Full EVO ID5/6 functionality
Activation of the navigation, excellent navigation functionality with any EVO HW versions
All car options supported (sport engine power indicators, night vision system, camera driver assistance systems (KAFAS), high beam assistant, speed limit information, surround camera system), KAFAS1 and HU EVO protocol matching
Video in motion function (VIM), allowing passengers to watch video while driving
The navigation activation function allows activating pre-loaded FSC navigation codes when retrofitting EVO
Activation of built-in SVS voice control
Built-in GPS module
Prewired OABR connection to provide GPS data to EVO head unit
Emulates original BMW ATM module for GPS data
Gyro protocol data conversion for EVO retrofit in pre-facelift cars
- protocol matching for the correct functioning of Sport Displays
Installation notes for BMW NET EVO ATM Emulator
- When first connect and powered, the module binds to the car and can not be used with any other. Not bounded or installed to another car module will not perform specified functions.
- When the ignition turns on or is connected over a USB cable, the module will display its status via “CAN” and “ETH” indicators. In the normal state indicator “CAN” indicates CAN bus activity, and should blink at a frequency of about 10Hz. Indicator “ETH” should produce short single flashes with a frequency of 1Hz.
- If there is no indication on the “CAN” indicator, CAN wires should be verified for the correctness and reliability connection to the CAN buses from the car and head unit. If there is no indication on the “ETH” indicator, OABR wires should be verified for the correctness and reliability of connection to the OABR bus of the head unit.
- When the module is connected only over a USB cable to the computer, it goes into Boot mode and provides the ability to download firmware. In Boot mode, both LEDs blink alternately by double flashes series.
- The normal state module emulates ATM ECU, receives the signal from the built-in GPS receiver, and transmits it to the head unit. Additional features can be set using switches.
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