CAN Bus Hub With Three Female, One Male D-SUB9 Connector, And Adjustable Termination Resistor
The T-cannector v2 by Kvaser represents a CAN Bus hub with three female and one male D-SUB9 connectors. Used typically in application developments, the device offers an adjustable CAN termination resistor (120 Ohm, 60 Ohm, or unterminated).
It renders an affordable and safe way of terminating a CAN Bus circuit, as well as applying power to devices that take their supply from the USB connection, or the CAN network to which they are connected. This device comes with a 12 VDC power supply, including a set of EU, USA, UK, and Chinese plugs.
The T-cannector v2 is an improved version of an existing product that answers to user demands for added termination options. Prominently, the previous product came in two versions, one with fixed termination of 120 Ohms and the other without termination.
The Kvaser T-cannector v2 is exceptionally price-competitive, providing an external 12 VDC 1A power source for Kvaser CAN Bus interfaces. It provides a safe, trustworthy method of circuit termination that protects customer’s interface investment, and it will prevent short circuits from burning development boards.
- Acts as a CAN Bus hub with 3 female and 1 male D-SUB9 connectors
- Each DSUB9 has screws to secure the connection to the CAN Bus interface
- Adjustable termination via easy-to-use switch
- 12 VDC 1A power supply
- Power On LED
- Voltage range of 12 to 24 VDC
Teensy 4.0 CAN FD to USB Converter
This board uses the Teensy 4.0 as a CAN FD to USB converter. The Teensy 4.0 comes with a high-speed 480Mbit/s USB HS interface. The MCP2558FD CAN FD transceiver is rated up to 8Mbps with silent mode under control via software or hardware link.
The MCP2557/8FD is a Microchip Technology Inc. high-speed CAN transceiver/CAN Flexible Data Rate Transceiver with Silent Mode. The devices meet and exceed CAN FD specification requirements in addition to the latest Automotive OEM requirements.
The Teensy 4.0 features an ARM Cortex-M7 processor at 600 MHz, with a NXP iMXRT1062 chip. It can be programmed using the Arduino IDE with Teensyduino add-on.