Cummins’ INLINE 7 features a faster processor, more robust algorithms, larger memory buffers, and more sophisticated filtering than previous models, company officials said.

Cummins’ INLINE 7 features a faster processor, more robust algorithms, larger memory buffers, and more sophisticated filtering than previous models, company officials said.

COLUMBUS, Ind. — Cummins Inc. has released the INLINE 7, a wired and wireless datalink adapter that offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity while also providing traditional wired functionality via USB, company officials said.

INLINE 7 supports several protocols, such as J1708, J1587, ISO 15765 and ISO 9141 (K and L lines), and supports three simultaneous CAN connections and 250K, 500K and 1M baud rates, according to the company.

The adapter features a faster processor, more robust algorithms, larger memory buffers and more sophisticated filtering than previous models, while simultaneously accessing multiple vehicle data channels, company officials said.

INLINE 7 is designed to work with a wide array of Cummins, OEM and third-party service and information tools, including INSITE, InPower and PowerSpec.

For more information go to cumminsengine.com.

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