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Industry GroupSource AddressNameNotes 
 
 252Reserved for Experimental Use View
 253Reserved for OEM View
 254Null AddressThe NULL address is only for use within J1939-81 Network Management communications to indicate the Controller Application (CA) has not yet successfully claimed an address. The NULL address is only permitted in the Source Address field of the J1939 message identifier.View
 255GLOBAL (All-Any Node)The Global address is only is permitted in the Destination Address field of a J1939 message to indicate the J1939 message is being sent to all Controller Applications (CAs). The Global address is never permitted in the Source Address field of a J1939 message.View
1128thru 158 are reserved for future assignment by SAE but available for use by self configurable ECUsUsed for dynamic address assignmentView
1159Roadway Information SystemController applications that use this source address will provide information relevant to the roadway in which the vehicle is traveling. This includes items such as intersections, grade, speed limit, number of lanes, location of fueling stations, etc. The roadway refers to the current road that the vehicle is traveling, nearby roads that may intersect the road, and possibly information for a specific route._x000D_ _x000D_ This is different from "Vehicle Navigation" (Source Address 28) because a vehicle navigation device may use the information provided by the device with the "Roadway Information" source address for its purposes. These functions could be accomplished by two completely different devices.View
1160Advanced emergency braking systemA system which can detect a potential forward collision and automatically activate the vehicle braking system to decelerate the vehicle with the purpose of avoiding or mitigating a collision.View
1161Fifth Wheel Smart SystemsAny systems relative to the operation & status/safety monitoring of the fifth wheel coupler system (including mounting bracket).View
1162Slope SensorA device that measures the slope along an axis.View
1163Catalyst Fluid SensorThe Catalyst Fluid Sensor can measure the catalyst fluid temperature, the catalyst fluid level and the catalyst fluid quality.View
1164On Board Diagnostic Unit #2Controller used to report On Board DiagnosticsView
1165Rear Steering Axle Controller #2Rear steering controller 2 for axle groupView
1166Rear Steering Axle Controller #3Rear steering controller 3 for axle groupView
1167Instrument Cluster #2A second optional, or auxiliary, gauge display for a vehicleView
1168Trailer #5 BridgeBridge for fifth towed Vehicle System (e.g. trailer or dolly)View
1169Trailer #5 Lighting-electrical View
1170Trailer #5 Brakes (ABS-EBS) View
1171Trailer #5 Reefer View
1172Trailer #5 Cargo View
1173Trailer #5 Chassis-Suspension View
1174Other Trailer #5 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1175Other Trailer #5 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1176Trailer #4 BridgeBridge for fourth towed Vehicle System (e.g. trailer or dolly)View
1177Trailer #4 Lighting-electrical View
1178Trailer #4 Brakes (ABS-EBS) View
1179Trailer #4 Reefer View
1180Trailer #4 Cargo View
1181Trailer #4 Chassis-Suspension View
1182Other Trailer #4 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1183Other Trailer #4 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1184Trailer #3 BridgeBridge for third towed Vehicle System (e.g. trailer or dolly)View
1185Trailer #3 Lighting-electrical View
1186Trailer #3 Brakes (ABS-EBS) View
1187Trailer #3 Reefer View
1188Trailer #3 Cargo View
1189Trailer #3 Chassis-Suspension View
1190Other Trailer #3 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1191Other Trailer #3 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1192Trailer #2 BridgeBridge for second towed Vehicle System (e.g. trailer or dolly)View
1193Trailer #2 Lighting-electrical View
1194Trailer #2 Brakes (ABS-EBS) View
1195Trailer #2 Reefer View
1196Trailer #2 Cargo View
1197Trailer #2 Chassis-Suspension View
1198Other Trailer #2 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1199Other Trailer #2 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1200Trailer #1 BridgeBridge for first towed Vehicle System (e.g. trailer or dolly)View
1201Trailer #1 Lighting-electrical View
1202Trailer #1 Brakes (ABS-EBS) View
1203Trailer #1 Reefer View
1204Trailer #1 Cargo View
1205Trailer #1 Chassis-Suspension View
1206Other Trailer #1 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1207Other Trailer #1 DevicesRecommended address space for subnetwork devicesView
1208thru 227 are reserved for future assignment by SAETo be used for individual preassigned addressesView
1228Steering Input UnitMay be used for measuring steering angle, steering torsion, steering force feedback, etc.View
1229Body Controller #2This is for the second instance of a body controller on a chassis.View
1230Body-to-Vehicle Interface ControlInterface controller managing interaction of vehicle functions and body functions. May be a combination of body signals and gateway functionalities.View
1231Articulation Turntable ControlController managing the articulation turntable for joined body buses.View
1232Forward Road Image ProcessorViews the road ahead for electronic recognition of several itemsView
1233Door Controller #3 View
1234Door Controller #4 View
1235Tractor/Trailer Bridge #2Second tractor mounted bridge leading to trailer(s)View
1236Door Controller #1cab drivers side or first doorView
1237Door Controller #2cab codrivers side or second doorView
1238Tachograph View
1239Electric Propulsion Control Unit #1First or only on-board device converting torque commands to current commands in an electric vehicle systemView
1240Electric Propulsion Control Unit #2Second on-board device converting torque commands to current commands in an electric vehicle systemView
1241Electric Propulsion Control Unit #3Third on-board device converting torque commands to current commands in an electric vehicle systemView
1242Electric Propulsion Control Unit #4Fourth on-board device converting torque commands to current commands in an electric vehicle systemView
1243Battery Pack Monitor #1Device to monitor battery pack #1View
1244Battery Pack Monitor #2 / APU #4SA for either the device to monitor battery pack #2 or APU #4View
1245Battery Pack Monitor #3 / APU #3SA for either the device to monitor battery pack #3 or APU #3View
1246Battery Pack Monitor #4 / APU #2SA for either the device to monitor battery pack #4 or APU #2View
1247Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) #1Device used to provide auxiliary power, such as electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, or rotaryView
2128thru 237 are reserved for future assignment by ISOAll devices in IG2 using preferred addresses shall be self-configurable. IG2 devices shall include the value of the first full 32 bits of NAME field.View
2237TIM ServerControl function that represents a Tractor Implement Management (TIM) Server. TIM is an Operator Assistance System that enables TIM clients to request the control of certain TIM functions (for example speed, steering, hitch, PTO, hydraulic valves, etc.) from TIM servers.View
2238Sequence ControllerThe master in the Sequence Control System as defined in ISO11783-14View
2239Position ControlMultiple axis position control of a devices movable device elementsView
2240Tractor ECUA gateway (see ISO 11783-4) between the tractor and the implement bus representing the tractor and its messages on the 11783 networkView
2241Tailings MonitoringMonitoring of the quantity of unthreshed material returned to threshing machineView
2242Header ControlControl of the headers reel rate and material delivery rateView
2243Product Loss MonitoringMonitoring of the amount of produce being lost from e.g. a harvesting processView
2244Product Moisture SensingMonitoring of the produce moisture contentView
2245Non Virtual Terminal Display (Implement Bus)A non Virtual Terminal cab display connected to the implement busView
2246Operator Controls - Machine SpecificNon auxiliary operator control inputs View
2247Task Control (Mapping Computer)A control function on the 11783 network that is responsible for the sending, receiving and logging of process dataView
3128thru 207 are reserved for future assignment by SAEUsed for dynamic address assignment (self-configurable)View
3208thru 223 are reserved for future assignmentUsed for individual preassigned addressesView
3224Rotation SensorA device that measures the rotational angle around an axis.View
3225Lift Arm ControllerControls the lift arms and tilt functions on a construction loader, skid steer loader, or similar machine. Refers to the main elevation and tilt functions of the machine's lift arms but may not include the control of the attachment itself.View
3226Slope SensorA device that measures the slope along an axis.View
3227Main Controller - Skid Steer LoaderPrimary system controller for skid steer loaderView
3228Loader ControlControls the hydraulic system of the loader attachment of a loader/backhoe, wheel loader, skid steer, or similar vehicleView
3229Laser TracerA device that receives a laser strike and reports the vertical and horizontal position.View
3230Land Leveling System DisplayThis device displays position information at a remote location.View
3231Single Land Leveling System SupervisorThis device is the Land Leveling System Supervisor for a single control loop.View
3232Land Leveling Electric MastA device that moves a Sensor to maintain a specific position.View
3233Single Land Leveling System Operator InterfaceA component that allows the user to control the Land Leveling System and display information about the operation of the system.View
3234Laser ReceiverA device that receives a laser strike, and reports the specific position.View