CAN Bus

Gateways

CAN gateways function as interfaces between different networks, enabling the possibility of connecting different CAN bus networks with different baud rates and protocols, or integrating with different network types, such as Ethernet.

CAN/CAN Gateways

CG-ARM7 CAN Gateway

The CG-ARM7 rail mountable CAN/CAN gateway and its galvanically isolated counterpart, the CG-ARM7/GTI, function as gateway level interfaces between CAN networks. Star and tree structures as well as extensive line structures can be realized with their use.

Available functionality includes data rate adaption, message filtering, and identifier conversion between the coupled busses.

FCC Class A Verified (use restricted to commercial, business, and industrial environments)

Backed by 20+ years CAN expertise

Ethernet/CAN Gateway

EtherCAN CI-ARM9 CAN Gateway

The EtherCAN CI-ARM9/RMD is a powerful rail-mounting embedded Linux computer for demanding CAN based applications, with gateway connections for two CAN networks as well as 10/100Base-T Ethernet.

Utilizing a powerful 454MHz Freescale ARM9 CPU, it is suitable for applications where processing of CAN messages in the gateway is needed, such as, visualization of CAN messages via web server, and complex protocol conversion.

Other capabilities include an on-board USB 2.0 full speed host interface and SD Card Slot - providing the possibility of bulk data and CAN message logging, and wireless connectivity (e.g. using Bluetooth or WLAN USB stick)

FCC Class A Verified (use restricted to commercial, business, and industrial environments)

Backed by 20+ years CAN expertise

CAN bus requirements beyond Gateways?

The above CAN bus Gateways are complemented by an extensive range of PC Interfaces, repeaters, fiberoptic, and distributed I/O interface products, providing the systems developer with a comprehensive toolkit for implementing a diverse range of CAN bus system implementations.