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Teensy-Based CAN FD Demo Board With 2.8" TFT LCD

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SKPang - Teensy-Based CAN FD Demo Board With 2.8" TFT LCD

SK Pang Electronics has introduced their CAN FD demo board with 2.8" TFT LCD. It is based on Microchip’s MCP2517 stand-alone CAN FD controller. 

The demo board features the Teensy 3.6 plug-in module by Sparkfun. The CAN FD port is realized using the Microchip MCP2517FD stand-alone CAN FD controller and the MCP2562FD transceiver

The stand-alone controller provides 31 FIFOs, configurable as transmit or receive buffers. The chip communicates via the 20-MHz SPI with the host controller.

The demo board comes with an on-board voltage regulator (6-V to 24-V input). It is equipped with a 120-Ohm termination resistor and a 5-way navigation switch. The supplier provides also demo software and a CAN FD traffic generator.

Features

  • Onboard Teensy 3.6
  • Onboard 2.8" Colour TFT display
  • Microchip MCP2517FD CAN FD controller
  • CAN 2.0B
  • Onboard voltage regulator. 6 to 25v input range
  • 120 Ohm terminator
  • Navigation joystick

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CAN FD Breakout Board With SPI Interface

CAN FD Breakout Board With SPI Interface

The CAN FD breakout board utilizes the Microchip MCP2517FD CAN FD controller in combination with the MCP2562FD CAN Bus transceiver.

Features

  • Conforms to ISO11898-1:2015
  • Supports both CAN 2.0B and CAN FD
  • Arbitration Bit Rate up to 1 Mbps
  • Data Bit Rate up to 8 Mbps
  • Up to 10MHz SPI Clock Speed
  • 31 FIFOs configurable as transmit or receive
  • 32 Flexible Filter and Mask Objects
  • One Transmit Queue
  • 32-bit Time Stamp
  • Bus Health Diagnostics and Error Counters
  • Requires 5v supply with 3.3v or 5v logic

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