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Industry GroupSource AddressNameNotes 
 
 45Endurance Braking System View
 46Hydraulic Pump Controller View
 47Suspension - System Controller #1The first Suspension - System Controller - may only be used for the NAME Function of 35, Function Instance 0, and an ecu instance of 0.View
 48Pneumatic - System Controller View
 49Cab Controller - Primary View
 50Cab Controller - Secondary View
 51Tire Pressure Controller View
 52Ignition Control Module #1The first Ignition Control Module - may only be used for the NAME Function of 39, Function Instance 0, and an ecu instance of 0.View
 53Ignition Control Module #2The second SA available for use with the Global Function, Ignition Control Module (39). It may be used as an Ignition Control Module by a second engine on the same network (Function 39, Function Instance 1, ECU Instance 0). In cases without a second engine where there are two Ignition Control Modules on_x000D_ one engine this SA should be used with Function 39, Function Instance 0, ECU Instance 1 to set it apart from the first instance.View
 54Seat Control #1The first seat control module - may only be used for the NAME Function of 40, Function Instance 0, and an ecu instance of 0, and must be associated with the driver seat, when there are multiple seats with separate controls.View
 55Lighting - Operator Controls View
 56Rear Axle Steering Controller #1 View
 57Water Pump Controller View
 58Passenger-Operator Climate Control #2The second SA available for climate control - must be associated with the passenger climate control (NAME Function of 21, function instance 1, and an ecu instance of 0), when there are multiple climate control systems. If only one climate control system then may be used for the second ecu of the climate control (Function 21, Function Instance 0, ECU Instance of 1).View
 59Transmission Display - PrimaryDisplay to operate specifically in conjunction with the transmission control mounted in the normal drivers positionView
 60Transmission Display - SecondarySecondary display to operate specifically in conjunction with the transmission control mounted remotely from the normal drivers position (May not be used for any ecu instances of the primary transmission display)View
 61Exhaust Emission Controller View
 62Vehicle Dynamic Stability Controller View
 63Oil Sensor View
 64Suspension - System Controller #2 View
 65Information System Controller #1The first Information System Controller - may only be used for the NAME Function of 47, Function Instance 0, and an ecu instance of 0.View
 66Ramp ControlControl of ramps, lifts, or tailgatesView
 67Clutch/Converter UnitControl of either the clutch and/or converterView
 68Auxiliary Heater #1The first Auxiliary Heater - may only be used for the NAME Function of 50, Function Instance 0, and an ecu instance of 0.View
 69Auxiliary Heater #2The second PA available for auxiliary heater - must be associated with the second auxiliary heater control (NAME Function of 50, Function Instance 1, and an ecu instance of 0), when there are multiple auxiliary heaters. If only one auxiliary heater control on the vehicle then may be used for the second ecu of the first auxiliary heater (Function 50, Function Instance 0, ECU Instance of 1).View
 70Engine Valve ControllerElectronic control used to control actuation of engine intake and/or exhaust valvesView
 71Chassis Controller #1The first Chassis Controller - may only be used for the NAME Function of 52, Function Instance 0, and an ecu instance of 0.View
 72Chassis Controller #2The second PA available for chassis control - must be associated with the second chassis (NAME Function of 52, Function Instance 1, and an ecu instance of 0), when there are multiple chassis. If only one chassis on the vehicle then may be used for the second ecu of the first chassis (Function 52, Function Instance 0, ECU Instance of 1).View
 73Propulsion Battery ChargerA device used to charge propulsion batteries in an electric vehicle from an off-board source of electrical energy.View
 74Communications Unit, CellularCellular communications deviceView
 75Communications Unit, SatelliteSatellite communications deviceView
 76Communications Unit, RadioRadio communications device, either receiver only, transmitter only or transceiverView
 77Steering Column UnitDevice that gathers the operator inputs from switches/levers/etc located in and/or around the steering wheel/columnView
 78Fan Drive ControllerControls the main cooling fan operationView
 79Seat Control #2The second PA available for seat controls - must be associated with the passenger seat (NAME Function of 40, Function Instance 1, and an ecu instance of 0), when there are multiple seats with separate controls. If only one seat then may be used for the second ecu of the seat control (Function 40, Function Instance 0, ECU Instance of 1).View
 80Parking brake controllerModule controlling the parking brakeView
 81Aftertreatment #1 system gas intakeUsed for exhaust gas measurement such NOx or oxygen, etc.View
 82Aftertreatment #1 system gas outletUsed for exhaust gas measurement such NOx or oxygen, etc.View
 83Safety Restraint SystemThe safety restraint system can be for controlling activation of airbags, belt tensioners, roll over protection systems, etc.View
 84Cab Display #2The second Cab Display, this can used for supplemental displays such as retarder display, driver information display, etc.View
 85Diesel Particulate Filter ControllerUsed for Diesel Particulate Filter operation and monitoring such as pressure drop, intake temperature, outlet temperature, soot loading, HC injection, etc.View
 86Aftertreatment #2 system gas intakeUsed for exhaust gas measurement such as NOx or oxygen, etc. for exhaust bank #2.View
 87Aftertreatment #2 system gas outletUsed for exhaust gas measurement such NOx or oxygen, etc. for exhaust bank #2.View
 88Safety Restraint System #2The second safety restraint system that can be for controlling activation of airbags, belt tensioners, roll over protection systems, etc.View
 89Atmospheric SensorUsed for sensors which measure conditions such as air temperature, pressure and/or humidityView
 90Powertrain Control ModuleElectronic control module in charge of controlling and coordinating the operation of a hybrid propulsion system.View
 91Power Systems ManagerThis controller application will be used to manage one or more power systems. It might exist in an ECU with no other controller applications, or it might exist in an ECU with multiple controller applicationsView
 92Engine Injection Control ModuleFor use with an Injection Control Module (function 85) to inject liquid or gaseous fuel via port or direct injection for combustion use.View
 93Fire Protection SystemController for Fire Detection and Fire ExtinguishingView
 94Driver Impairment DeviceDevice which prevents the starting of a vehicle motor due to driver impairment (e.g. Alcohol Interlock)View
 95Supply Equipment Communication Controller (SECC)Typically part of an Electrical Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) in an electric vehicle charging station.View
 96Vehicle Adapter Communication Controller (VACC)A controller inside of the adapter placed between an Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) vehicle connector and the vehicle inlet.View
 97thru 127 are reserved for future assignment by SAE View
 128thru 247Used for dynamic address assignmentView
 248File Server / PrinterOn-board file and/or print serverView
 249Off Board Diagnostic-Service Tool #1The address for the first off board diagnostic service tool - may only be used for the NAME Function of 129, Industry Group 0, Function Instance 0, and an ECU instance of 0.View
 250Off Board Diagnostic-Service Tool #2The second preferred address available for use for the function “Off Board Diagnostic-Service Tool”. It should only be used by the “second” Off Board Diagnostic-Service Tool (Function 129, Industry Group 0, Function Instance 1, ECU Instance 0).View
 251On-Board Data Logger View
 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