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Non-Contact Sensing Of Classical CAN/CAN FD Signals

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Hioki NON-CONTACT CAN SENSOR SP7001 SP7002

Hioki (Japan) has launched its clip-on device for non-contact monitoring of Classical CAN/CAN FD signals up to 3 Mbit/s, which allows the analysis of network signals without a direct galvanic connection.

The SP7001 and SP7002 modules implement a 9-pin Dsub plug for connection to CAN interface modules such as, for instance, USB dongles. The link to the bus-lines is accomplished by clipping the sensor over the cable's insulation. Thus, the data reading from CAN lines does not require any galvanic connection.

Since one CAN interface can accommodate two channels of input, applications can detect two channels at once by purchasing an additional non-contact CAN module. The adapter module is suitable for Classical CAN and CAN FD up to a bit-rate of 3 Mbit/s, where bit rates under 125 kbit/s are not supported. Target cables with a 1,2-mm to 2-mm outer diameter are supported. The temperature operating range is specified from -40 °C to +85 °C.

Key Features

  • Acquire CAN data immediately, simply by hooking probes to the cables
  • Eliminate concerns by using non-contact sensing technology
  • Use in a diverse array of development and evaluation applications that demand reliability

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CANCrocodile - Contactless CAN Bus, SAE J1939, OBD-II, And SAE J1708 Reader

CANCrocodile - Contactless CAN Bus, SAE J1939, OBD-II, And SAE J1708 Reader

The CANCrocodile product line was designed for secure and reliable data reading from a vehicle CAN Bus network. The contactless reader can be used for vehicle telematics, GPS tracking systems, and for monitoring various CAN Bus parameters of vehicle operation such as speed, RPM, oil pressure & temperature, fuel volume & consumption, and more.

The data reading takes place without electrical connection and without damaging the CAN Bus wires. CANCrocodile works in “listen-only” mode, i.e., it does not change the original CAN Bus or SAE J1939 messages, and it does not transmit any signals into the CAN Bus.

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Configurable CAN FD Modules with Digital And Analog I/O Ports

PEAK-System announced its I/O modules PCAN-MicroMod FD, which is now available in a black aluminum profile enclosure. The device offers a variety of peripherals for special requirements. The data exchange is performed via CAN FD, which is downward-compatible to the Classical CAN Bus.The motherboard PCAN-MicroMod FD Analog 1 features analog inputs and outputs with eight input ports [...]

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Comparison Of CAN Bus And Ethernet Features For Automotive Networking Applications

Ethernet, the most widely used LAN technology in homes, offices, and factories, is increasingly utilized in the automotive world in the form of Automotive Ethernet. Vehicles now routinely accommodate multiple cameras, on-board diagnostics, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), infotainment systems, and in-dash displays. With all the added hardware and software comes a massive demand for [...]

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PCI Express Mini Card With 2 CAN Bus Or 2 CAN FD Interfaces

The CAN-PCIeMini/402-2 board by esd electronics is an add-in PCI Express Full-Mini Card that utilizes two electrically isolated CAN Bus High-Speed interfaces. The PCI Express Mini Card CAN-PCIeMini/402-2-FD comes with two CAN FD interfaces.The optional adapter CAN-PCIeMini/402-DSUB9 comes with a DSUB9 connector, selectable onboard CAN termination, and an adapter cable.The independent CAN Bus nets are managed by [...]

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Dual Isolated CAN FD Interface Board For Raspberry Pi, Arduino, And Other Embedded Systems

The 2-Channel CAN Bus interface board by Copperhill Technologies was primarily designed with the Raspberry Pi in mind but is, nevertheless, also suitable for other embedded systems such as the Arduino family of CPU boards. The board supports two CAN FD (CAN with Flexible Data-Rate) ports with a data rate of up to 8Mbps. It features [...]

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Beaglebone AI Family Comes With Two Classical CAN Bus Interfaces; CAN FD Support Is Planned

The Beaglebone AI board bridges the gap between small single-board computers (SBCs) and more robust industrial computers. Leveraging the Texas Instruments (TI) Sitara AM5729 processor, developers have access to powerful machine learning capabilities with the ease of the Beaglebone Black header and its mechanical compatibility.The board contains TI C66x digital-signal-processor (DSP) cores and embedded-vision-engine (EVE) cores on [...]

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CAN FD Evaluation And Development Board For Windows PCs

Peak-System announced their PCAN-Micromod FD, a generic solution for the integration of a CAN FD interface and I/O functionality into custom hardware.Developers can plug the CPU module into their motherboard and configure it with the Windows-based PCAN-Micromod FD software included in the scope of delivery. The configuration is applied to the PCAN-Micromod FD via the [...]

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NXP i.MX8X System-on-Module (SoC) With Up To Three CAN FD Ports

Compulab (Israel) introduced their CL-SOM-iMX8X System-on-Module (SoM) whose processor is part of NXP’s i.MX8X System-on-Chip (SoC) family and provides three CAN FD ports. The module has been created with the vast I/O capabilities of the i.MX8X SoC in mind. Besides the three CAN FD ports, other peripheral interfaces include PCI Express, dual 1-Gbit/s Ethernet, USB ports, four UARTs, [...]

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CAN FD On A Legacy CAN Bus Network Is Not A Good Idea Due To Compatibility Issues

My book, A Comprehensible Guide to Controller Area Network, was initially published in 2005, and while the technology behind the "Classical" CAN (a tag used by CAN-In-Automation) has not changed, the growing market acceptance of CAN FD (Flexible Data Rate) made me think about working on a second edition. I am aware that CAN FD was [...]

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Texas Instruments Introduces MCU With EtherCAT, Ethernet, And CAN FD Connectivity

Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced their F2838x MCU, designed for AC servo drives and other industrial automation devices. The 32-bit MCU is part of the C2000 micro-controller family. The MCU allows designers the utilization of a single chip to achieve serial connectivity, including EtherCAT, Ethernet, and CAN FD. Devices equipped with such communication ports frequently necessitate an external [...]

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