Raspberry Pi Pico LIN-Bus Module
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LIN (Local Interconnect Network) is a serial network protocol used for communication between vehicle components. It is a single-wire, serial network protocol that supports communications up to 19.2 Kbit/s at a bus length of 40 meters. The need for a cheap serial network arose as the technologies and the facilities implemented in the car grew. At the same time, the CAN bus was too expensive to implement for every component in the car. European car manufacturers started using different serial communication technologies, which led to compatibility problems.
This board uses the Raspberry Pi Pico. The Pico has a soldered header, and the baseboard is socketed. Different versions of the Pico can be plugged in. Delivery includes a header version of the Pico.
- LIN driver by Microchip MCP2004A.
- Up to 20k baud on LIN
- With ESD protection
- Socketed board for Pico
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