The CPC-USB/FDembedded provides a USB to CAN-FD interface for use in embedded computing environments.
The CAN Run-time Kit for Windows and CAN Development Kit for Windows have been updated to v5.10 v5.10 adds device driver support for the updated CPC-PCIe (v3) CAN Bus PCI Express Card with support for 1, 2, or 4 CAN Channels.
The Crep S8C is a modular and cascading 8-channel CAN repeater which provides support for even more complex topologies, capable of accommodating up to 24-channels per repeater. Originally developed to support factory environments in the paper industry, Traquair now offers this either as an off the shelf product, or as a semi-custom mezzanine module (tailored
The CPC-USB/ARM7 provides a USB to CAN Bus interface in a robust metal housing. Options available for galvanic isolation, low speed operation, and high voltage tolerance, and RJ45 CAN connector.
The ProCANtool CAN monitoring software suite has just been added to the latest CAN Development Kit for Linux (v2.18). It is already included with the CAN Run-Time Kit for Windows and the CAN Development Kit for Windows.
CANopen DeviceExplorer is a versatile tool for development, testing, diagnostics and service tasks. It provides CANopen master functionalities and allows the analysis and configuration of CANopen devices. CANopen Device Explorer can now connect via TCP/IP to a CANopen TCP/IP (CiA 309-3) Gateway. The ability to connect over TCP/IP allows CANopen DeviceExplorer to remotely access CANopen
CANopen stacks by emotas are available as CiA 301 compliant ANSI-C software libraries, with options for Basic Master, Master/Slave, and Manager functionality, and supports options for a wide range of CANopen profiles. Highlights ANSI-C CANopen source software libraries MISRA-C compliance CANopen CiA 301 v4.2 compliance Layer Setting Service (LSS) CiA305 included Extension modules for further
CAN repeaters are transceiver-based devices that allow CAN networks to be extended by regenerating the CAN bus signals. They are particularly useful in establishing more advanced network topologies, stub-lines, trees, and stars being examples, with a view to increasing flexibility and reducing the size and cost of a CAN system.
The CG-ARM7/D/E is designed for applications where there is a demand for higher flexibility, with extended supply voltage and operating temperature ranges. It is also firmware re-programmable, allowing it used in conduction with the CG-ARM7 Software Development Kit for developing application software for CG-ARM7 series CAN/CAN Gateways. Firmware re-programmable HS/HS, HS/LS, LS/LS speed options USB