Teensy 3.2 CAN Bus And LIN Bus Breakout Board
- Teensy 3.2 (installed)
- Onboard voltage regulator (Input voltage range 6 VDC to 24 VDC)
- Reverse supply voltage protection
- Prototyping area
- 120 Ohm CAN Bus termination resistor (close JP1 to activate termination)
- Master or Slave configuration (Select master by closing JP9)
- Socket for 128x64 OLED display (purchase separately)
- LIN driver by Microchip MCP2004A.
- Up to 20k baud
- With ESD protection
- Demo software LIN master controlling APGRD004 RGB LED...
- Read the status of APGRD004 RGB LED...
- LIN slave demo...
- Microchip MCP2004A LIN J2602 Transceiver (PDF)...
- Arduino library for CAN on Teensy 3.1, 3.2, 3.5, and 3.6...
- CAN Bus Demo (Requires FlexCAN Library, which is included in the Arduino IDE when downloading the Teensy examples)...
- Controller Area Network (CAN) Prototyping With Teensy 3.1/3.2...
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