March 1st 2022 update: Due to production issues and a lack of alternative components in the marketplace, we are not able to get an ETA on re-opening backorders at this time. Please check back here for updates or see the contact page. We apologize for the inconvenience. We are currently testing and doing a re-design to utilize what parts are available in the marketplace as suitable replacements. This process takes a considerable amount of engineering time due to the harsh automotive environment and we will update this page weekly for any ETA/estimates. We are currently spending 75% of our time on this process including out of town ESD immunity testing on the revised product(s).
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Update: 3/23/2022 - our vendor who had a delivery date of 3/21/2022 for specific IC components which were ordered in April 2021 has now pushed back delivery of these IC chips until 5/7/2022. This pushes our 4/1/2022 available date out now another 30+ days.
Update: 4/28/2022 - we may have some product available around May 20th, 2022 for VCMTUNER II orders.
Update: 5/9/2022 - we are continuing to do laboratory testing using some automotive transient generators to thoroughly and rigorously improve the product so that it can withstand up to +/- 425v surges on the data lines and +/-150v on the battery connection. These ESD transients happen during starter crankup and can couple to nearly all lines under the hood. Our original VCMTUNER II design conforms to iso 7637-3 automotive standards with up to 300v spikes on the data lines without damage (standards are 200v). We are further improving this re-design for even more longevity and will be an improvement over our original design. We will be releasing this version once we have confirmation testing from some of our beta testers. Somewhere around May 20th of this month for ordering.
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