CAN messages from up to 4 CAN channels can be forwarded, manipulated and stored using the PCAN-Router Pro. The router has four physical CAN channels and one virtual CAN channel that is used for storing CAN data to the local CompactFlash disk.
The PCAN-Router Pro is configured using a Windows program to select function blocks that manipulate and route the CAN message from one channel to another. Users can also create and implement their own custom firmware using the included ARM microcontroller.
NOTE: To configure or transfer firmware via CAN, a Peak CAN interface is required.
PCAN-Router Pro Features
Standard Firmware Features
|Connectors||4x DB9 Male (CAN), 2 position terminal block for input power|
|Mounting||Din Rail or Wall Mount|
|Power||8 to 30 Volts DC|
|Product weight||570g (20 oz.)|
|Temperature range||-40ºC to 85ºC (-40ºF to 185ºF)|
PCAN-Router Pro Package (ZIP)
Package includes files for the configuration, the PPCAN-Editor, the PEAK-Converter, and documentation.
PCAN-Router Pro (Dev) (ZIP)
Package includes files for development (Yagarto GNU ARM toolchain, flash program, library, and programming examples).
PPCAN-Ediitor 2 - Configuration Software for Windows 7/Vista/XP 32/64-bit (ZIP)
Windows® configuration software for PCAN-MIO and PCAN-Router Pro
Peak-Converter 2 (ZIP)
Conversion of trace data to various output formats using the conversion software PEAK-Converter for Windows® 10, 8.1, 7 (32/64-bit)
Windows® software for flashing firmware via CAN
CAN Download Support:
View the available Peak System downloads:
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