The MAX33040Eshld shield evaluation kit by maxim integrated represents a demonstration and development platform for the MAX33040E CAN Bus transceiver. It serves as a standalone evaluation board and the Mbed or Arduino platform to communicate with a CAN Bus network. The board features test points to access critical signal pins of the transceiver. The MAX14931 digital isolator is used as a level translator with a 1.71 VDC to 5.5 VDC supply range which also feeds the micro-controller. The onboard microSD card socket supports OBD-II (vehicle diagnostics) applications.
The MAX33040E/MAX33041E are +3.3 VDC Controller Area Network (CAN) transceivers with integrated protection for industrial applications. These devices possess extended ±40V fault protection on CAN_H and CAN_L for equipment where overvoltage protection is required. They also incorporate high ±40 kV ESD HBM and an input common-mode range (CMR) of ±25V on CAN_H and CAN_L, exceeding the ISO 11898-2 CAN Standard of -2V to +7V. This makes these parts well suited for applications enduring moderate electrical noise, influencing the ground levels between two nodes or systems. The transceiver features a shutdown pin and a multifunction standby pin.
- Easy Evaluation of the MAX33040E CAN Bus Transceiver
- I/O Interface Compatibility from 1.71 VDC to 5.5 VDC
- Proven PCB Layout
- Mbed™/Arduino® Platform +
- Fully Assembled and Tested
Teensy 4.0 Triple CAN Bus Board With Two CAN 2.0B And One CAN FD Port
The Teensy 4.0 Triple CAN Bus Board is a Teensy 4.0 board with triple CAN Bus connections, two Classical CAN 2.0B, and one CAN FD. It can be powered by an external +12 VDC power supply with reverse voltage protection.
The Teensy 4.0 is an Arduino-compatible board with an Arm Cortex-M7 microcontroller running at 600 MHz. The board is compatible with the Arduino IDE and the Arduino library. In most cases, code written for another Arduino board works with a minimum of changes on a Teensy.
Maxim Integrated introduced its MAX33012E, a CAN Bus transceiver that improves CAN Bus reliability through integrated fault detection and reporting. Designers requiring extended uptime for industrial automation applications can accelerate troubleshooting and communicate across more extensive networks using the MAX33012E CAN Bus transceiver. The device was designed to enhance industrial system uptime for factory-floor networks. The MAX33012E represents [...]
Texas Instruments has introduced their TCAN4550, a CAN FD stand-alone controller with integrated (on-chip) transceiver. The TCAN4550 represents an interface between a CAN Bus network and a host controller through a serial peripheral interface (18-MHz SPI).It supports the Classical CAN and the CAN FD data link layer. In addition, the chip comes with CAN FD transceiver functionality: differential [...]
High noise levels on a CAN bus network have the potential to destroy CAN bus transceivers. This noise originates mainly from two sources, ground loops and electrical line surges.Protecting a network against this destructive energy requires the galvanic isolation of the CAN bus system from other local node circuitry. For more information on Controller Area [...]
A family of Controller Area Network (CAN) transceivers including various automotive Grade 0 qualified parts is now available from Microchip Technology Inc. The ATA65XX family adds six devices to Microchip’s CAN portfolio.The family supports the recently established CAN FD (Flexible Data-rate) protocol for up to five Mbit/s communication speed and the new CAN PN (Partial Networking) standard for improved [...]
Maxim Integrated released their MAX14853/MAX14855 and MAX14943/MAX14949 RS-485 transceivers that include a transformer driver and low drop out (LDO) regulator simplifies power and data isolated designs. The MAX14943 isolated RS-485/PROFIBUS DP transceiver, as well as the MAX14949 transceiver, each provide up to 80% efficiency at 150mA load. Available in full or half duplex isolated RS-485 transceivers, the family [...]