Connect CAN FD and CAN networks to a computer via USB with the CAN USB FD adapter. A galvanic isolation of up to 500 Volts decouples the PC from the CAN bus. The simple handling and its compact plastic casing make the adapter suitable for mobile applications.
The new CAN FD standard (CAN with Flexible Data Rate) is primarily characterized by higher bandwidth for data transfer. The maximum of 64 data bytes per CAN FD frame (instead of 8 so far) can be transmitted with bit rates up to 12 Mbit/s. CAN FD is downward-compatible to the CAN 2.0 A/B standard, thus CAN FD nodes can be used in existing CAN networks. However, in this case the CAN FD extensions are not applicable.
|Enclosure||IP20, Plastic Casing|
|Isolation||Galvanic isolation up to 500 V|
|Pinout||CiA® 102 (CAN-L = 2, GND = 3 & 6, CAN-H = 7)|
|Power consumption||Max. 100 mA|
|Product weight||68 g|
|Specification||CAN FD 1.0 and CAN 2.0 A/B|
|Storage specifications||Temperature: -40 - 100 °C (-40 - 212 °F)|
|Voltage||+5 V DC (via USB port)|
CAN USB FD User Manual (PDF)
PEAK Device Driver Setup for Windows® (ZIP file)
- Installation package for PEAK-System device drivers, Virtual PCAN-Gateway, and PCAN-Basic API for Windows® 10, 8.1, 7 (32/64-bit)
PCAN-View (ZIP file)
- Windows® software for displaying, transmitting, and recording CAN and CAN FD messages
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