PCI Board With Isolated Dual CAN Bus FD Interface According To ISO 11898-2:2016
esd electronics announced the release of their CAN-PCI/402-2-FD, a PC board designed for the PCI bus that features two electrically isolated high-speed CAN FD interfaces according to ISO 11898-1:2015. The CAN FD interfaces are driven by the ISO 16845:2004 certified esdACC (esd advanced CAN Core) implemented in the Altera® FPGA.
The FPGA supports bus mastering (first-party DMA) to transfer data to the host memory. This results in a reduction of overall latency on servicing I/O transactions in particular at higher data rates and a reduced host CPU load.
Due to the usage of MSI (Message Signaled Interrupts) the CAN-PCI/402-2-FD can be operated for example in Hypervisor environments. The CAN-PCI/402-2-FD provides high resolution hardware timestamps.
- High-Speed CAN FD interfaces according to ISO 11898-2, up to 5 Mbit/s
- Bus mastering and local data management by FPGA (esdACC)
- PCI interface according to PCI Local Bus Specification 3.0
- Selectable CAN termination on board
- Supports MSI (Message Signaled Interrupts)
- Software drivers for Windows® and Linux® included free of charge
- Optional CAN layer 2 software drivers for real-time operating systems
- CANopen®, J1939 and ARINC 825 protocol libraries
- ISO 16845:2004 certified esd Advanced CAN Core (esdACC) technology
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