Kvaser introduced their DIN Rail SE410S-X10 Ethernet-to-CAN(FD) multi-channel interface with additional I/O support through add-on modules.
Kvaser supplies advanced CAN Bus solutions to engineers designing and deploying systems in areas as wide-ranging as trucks and buses, petrol-driven and electric cars, industrial automation, avionics, construction equipment, building automation, domestic appliances, marine, medical, military, railway, telecoms, textiles and more.
The Kvaser DIN Rail SE410S-X10 is an Ethernet-to-CAN (FD) interface with four galvanically-isolated CAN (FD) channels, supporting I/Os via add-on modules and a 16-GiB ﬂash storage. The device acts as a managing controller for the add-ons. In addition, it supports CAN-Bus-based higher-layer protocols such as SAE J1939, CANopen, NMEA 2000, and DeviceNet. The enclosure comes with a mounting clip for DIN-rail installation without tools.
The communication between the I/O modules and the device uses an optical connection without the need for cables. The Kvaser’s CANlib software or the Kvaser T programming language controls the I/O modules over Ethernet, allowing user-developed programs to be created and stored. The software operates locally on the device without requiring a PC connection. A gateway functionality can be programmed as well.
The capacity of host user-developed programs for applications such as node simulation, watchdog timer functions, or CAN-to-CAN-FD translation make vehicle test cells, dynamometers (and many more) suitable environments for the SE410S-X10.
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