NXP has released its KW38 micro-controller, which provides all components for automotive gateway designs. The wireless MCUs integrate the long-range capability with Bluetooth low energy (BLE) version 5.0 and generic FSK radio. Delivering a -105-dBm sensitivity with LE-coded 125 kbit/s data rate provides reliable connections in harsh environments and at extended distances. The data stream buffer permits the capture of radio parameters without stalling processor or DMA operations. This feature provides measurements required for distance and angle approximations. The radio supports up to eight concurrent secure connections in master/slave combinations allowing multiple authorized users to interface with the device.
The MCU integrates an on-chip FlexCAN module, which supports CAN FD as specified in ISO 11898:2015. The module supports 32 message buffers that are configurable for transmission or reception. The clock source is programmable, either peripheral clock or oscillator clock. The priority of mailboxes and the receive Fifo is selectable.
The KW38 freedom development board comes with a 2.4-GHz Bluetooth interface and generic FSK wireless connectivity. Furthermore, it features CAN FD and LIN Bus connectivity. The product can also be used as a shield for a host processor board. It comes with 4-Mbit external serial flash, multiple power supply options, push/capacitive touch buttons, switches, LEDs, and integrated sensors.
Teensy 3.2 CAN Bus And LIN Bus Breakout Board
This is a CAN Bus breakout board for use with the Teensy 3.2 (included in the scope of delivery). It comes with an onboard 5 VDC regulator with reverse voltage protection, a CAN Bus transceiver and a prototyping area. The LIN Bus connection is provided by the Microchip MCP2004A chip.
The Teensy is a complete USB-based microcontroller development system, compatible with Arduino software and libraries. It comes in a minimal footprint, capable of implementing a great variety of projects. All programming is accomplished via the onboard USB port.
The LIN Serial Analyzer development tool enables the user to monitor and communicate to a LIN (Local Interface Network) bus using a Personal Computer (PC). It is a powerful tool that can be used to send messages, monitoring the bus traffic, perform error checks, and filter messages. There are many other features, allowing the user to [...]
The CPC-USB/embedded by EMS Thomas Wunsche represents a CAN Bus interface designed for use with internal USB ports. Due to its compact size, it is well suitable for applications in embedded PCs. It is installed straight at a SUB-D9 enclosure opening or a slot panel, and it is wired per included cable to a pin connector of [...]
S.I. Tech (USA) introduced its Model 2149R CAN Bus to Fiber Repeater, a component that converts electrical CAN Bus signals to optical signals. The maximum data transfer speed on the electrical side is 1 Mbit/s.The use of fiber-optic converters allows for effective electrical isolation between the attached devices, protecting them from electrical surges, and providing EMI/RFI [...]
LIN To CAN Bus Gateway - Prototyping And Firmware Development With The Arduino-Compatible Teensy Board
In general, let's start with a brief comparison of CAN Bus (Controller Area Network) and LIN Bus (Local Interconnect Network): LIN Bus networks provide cost-efficient communication in applications where the bandwidth and versatility of the CAN Bus technology are not required. LIN Bus applications are relatively inexpensive using the standard serial universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART) technology, which are embedded [...]
The ICR-3200 LTE gateway by Advantech represents an excellent solution to connect IP or serial devices to a cellular network, allowing industrial M2M and IoT applications that comprise of kiosks, industrial PCs, HMIs, traffic controllers, meters, UPS systems, and more.Supporting LTE Cat.4 upload speeds of up to 50 Mbps and download speeds of up to 150 Mbps, the [...]
Whenever it comes to building rapid prototypes for new CAN Bus or SAE J1939 applications, my first choice is regularly the Arduino Due, a microcontroller board based on the Atmel SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 CPU.In general, the Arduino platform couples an easy-to-use programming environment (IDE) with a vast number of hardware extensions (shields). While I do appreciate programming [...]
Just as a fair warning upfront, the code that I am referring to in this post is not a finished sample code, but it demonstrates how to receive and decode SAE J1939 message frames (PGNs) from our JCOM Bluetooth device. To explain the situation: Some time ago, we had started a customer project with the intention [...]
Our Teensy 3.2 With CAN FD Breakout Board provides all the components needed to create your CAN FD to USB-Micro Gateway. The board comes with the Microchip MCP2517FD CAN FD controller, while the Teensy 3.2 provides the USB connection. It also has an onboard 5 VDC regulator and reverse-voltage protection. The MCP2517FD is a cost-effective and small-footprint CAN [...]
The EtherCAN/2 by esd electronics is a hat-rail mounted gateway that exchanges data between CAN Bus and Ethernet networks. In bridge mode, two EtherCAN/2 modules can be used to connect two CAN Bus networks via TCP/IP.The unit comes with one Ethernet interface (10/100 Mbit/s, RJ45) and one CAN Bus high speed (ISO 11898-2) compatible interface (20 kBit/s up [...]