The MasterCAN Display 35 by Technoton was designed to visualize machinery operation parameters from CAN Bus and ISOBUS networks, specifically telematics sensors such as fuel level sensors, fuel flow meters, axle load sensors, and other peripheral units.
The CAN Bus display is suitable for vehicle telematics systems or stationary machinery monitoring systems. It can show up to 402 chosen parameters from 10000+ SPNs, as described in the SAE J1939 (commercial vehicles) and ISOBUS (agricultural machines and equipment) standards.
The CAN Bus display does not require additional programming, user interface development, or HEX value calculations. The display supports automatic scanning and parsing of over 10,000 parameters (SPN) described by SAE J1939 (commercial vehicles) and ISOBUS (agricultural machines and equipment) that are shown on the various screens. The configuration of the CAN Bus display involves selecting the network address of the data source (engine, sensors, etc.). They can be selected from a drop-down parameter list shown on the display and allows the renaming of parameters or measuring units.
The MasterCAN Display 35 can also show proprietary SAE J1939/71 messages received from third-party devices with a CAN Bus interface. To provide parsing and display gathered data, overlaying bitmasks for detected proprietary CAN messages (manual CAN bus parsing) are applied.
SAE J1939 Starter Kit And Network Simulator
Our J COM.J1939 Starter Kit And Network Simulator is designed to allow the experienced engineer as well as the beginner to experiment with SAE J1939 data communication without the need of connecting to a real-world J1939 network, i.e. a diesel engine. It may sound obvious, but in order to establish a network, you need at least two nodes, and that fact applies especially to CAN/J1939 where the CAN controller will basically shut down after transmitting data without receiving a response. For that reason, our jCOM.J1939 Starter Kit And Network Simulator consists of two J1939 nodes, namely our jCOM.J1939.USB, an SAE J1939 ECU Simulator Board With USB Port.
The jCOM.J1939.USB gateway board is a high-performance, low-latency vehicle network adapter for SAE J1939 applications. The board supports the full SAE J1939 protocol according to J1939/81 Network Management (Address Claiming) and J1939/21 Transport Protocol (TP).
Technoton introduced its MasterCAN Display 35, which is designed to visualize the operating parameters of a vehicle or stationary object. The Display 35 receives and parses data from an SAE J1939/S6 interface and standard vehicle T-CAN bus. Two analog inputs allow the connection to voltage/frequency devices – standard or additional sensors like axle load sensor. The MasterCAN [...]
Our SAE J1939 Gateway And Data Logger is ideal for vehicle fleet management (trucks, buses, agricultural equipment, and any other diesel engine application), prototype field testing, diagnostics, or reverse engineering. The SAE J1939 Gateway And Data Logger records SAE J1939 message frames (PGNs) onto an onboard MicroSD memory card and timestamps them with a real-time clock (RTC). [...]
The following describes a method of sampling and recording SAE J1939 data to any Linux device, PC or Embedded. Naturally, in order to read and request SAE J1939 data, you will need additional hardware, such as a CAN Bus (Controller Area Network) interface board (unless you use an embedded Linux system with onboard CAN port). The [...]
The JCOM1939 Monitor Software for Windows complements our JCOM.J1939.USB gateway board, a high-performance, low-latency vehicle network adapter for SAE J1939 applications. The gateway allows any host device with a USB COM port to monitor and record SAE J1939 data traffic and communicate with an SAE J1939 vehicle network. The board supports the full SAE J1939 protocol according to J1939/81 [...]
The JCOM.J939.USB-X SAE J1939 Processor board is an extended version of our popular JCOM.J9139.USB-B SAE J1939 ECU Simulator Board With USB Port. The most significant difference is that the -X version supports a USB transfer rate of up to 480 Mbps, allowing higher data throughput. The onboard real-time clock supports the timestamping of the SAE J1939 [...]
Copperhill Technologies introduces the ESP32 WiFi, Bluetooth Classic, BLE, CAN Bus Module to support IoT (Internet of Things) applications connected to CAN Bus, SAE J1939, and NMEA 2000 serial networks. The ESP32 is a series of low-cost, low-power system-on-chip microcontrollers with integrated Wi-Fi and dual-mode Bluetooth. It opened the door to a multitude of low-cost, high-efficiency IoT [...]
IoT-Enabled (Internet of Things) Controller Series For Harsh Environments Supports SAE J1939 And NMEA 2000
Divelbiss announced the introduction of its HEC-P2000 series of IoT-enabled (Internet of Things) controllers for harsh environments, including support for the SAE J1939 and NMEA 2000 serial protocols.The controllers are programmed using the Divelbiss' free-of-charge EZ Ladder toolkit, supporting programming languages such as Ladder Diagram, Function Block, and Structured Text, based on the P-Series PLC-on-a-chip (Programmable [...]
For the longest time, i.e. since the time we introduced our contactless CAN Bus readers, I had been eager to play with the CANCrocodile and read/monitor CAN Bus data traffic in a truly unique way. The setup, as shown in the above image, took less than 30 minutes to assemble (some soldering was required) and to finally [...]
Our JCOM.J1939 Starter Kit And Network Simulator is designed to allow the experienced engineer as well as the beginner to experiment with SAE J1939 data communication without the need of connecting to a real-world SAE J1939 network, i.e. a diesel engine. It may sound obvious, but in order to establish a network, you need at least two [...]