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    Hi,

    Can someone explain what a Multican is and does, I seem to think it is to do with the CD70 to allow certain things to happen, also where does one get such a device and also how much?

    Thanks in advance,

    Gordon.

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    Controls the Parrot Car Kits
    The Parrot MULTICAN uses the existing steering wheel mounted commands to control your Parrot Bluetooth Hands Free Car Kit. There is no additional visible part to install; the Parrot MULTICAN only uses the existing car’s steering wheel control buttons and they will be used both for the car receiver and the Parrot car kit without any interference. Available is one MULTICAN kit for Parrot CK3000 Evolution and another one for Parrot CK3100 LCD.


    Large compatibility
    The Parrot MULTICAN operates with all kinds of steering wheel controls and is currently compatible with many car brands.


    Full integration
    With the Parrot MULTICAN interface, keep controlling the auto-radio from the steering wheel. And if the steering wheel doesn’t have enough buttons, the Parrot MULTICAN uses a specific combination of buttons to compensate for the missing ones. Using the MULTICAN with the Parrot CK3000 Evolution allows removing the user interface, and getting a fully invisible Bluetooth hands free solution!


    The CAN technology
    The Controller Area Network (CAN) technology is a serial bus standard, originally developed in the 1980s by Robert Bosch GmbH, for connecting and interfacing electronic control units. CAN was specifically designed to be robust in electromagnetically ‘tough’ environments (i.e. cars). Although initially created for automotive environment, the CAN bus is nowadays used in many embedded control applications that requires strong protections against magnetic fields.

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    Thanks Paul

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    ok, but does this mean it uses the cd70 display for the phonebook etc.
    Or am i misunderstanding this.

    Greetingz FLi

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