Wireless CAN-Bridge with USB Interface
CAN telegram filtering
ISM band (2.4 GHz)
Data exchange between CAN nets with two different baud rates possible
Easy Software Configuration
Easy to use Windows configuration tool
All settings are stored within the device
Power-over-CAN Version (Option)
Power supply also via CAN DSUB9 connector (PoC)
Wireless CAN Bridge
The CAN-AIR/2 is designed for bridging two different CAN networks via a radio link. It supports data exchange between CAN nets with two different baud rates. This standalone mode can be used for example to get access to CAN modules installed at turning machine parts or replacement of “slip rings” via a point-to-point connection (see example 1 below).
Today’s most common PC interface USB is used to configure CAN-AIR/2. But beside this - CAN-AIR/2 enables a PC to transmit and receive CAN data via USB and CANAIR/2 into and from a distant CAN-AIR/2, e.g. service and maintenance (see application example 2 below).
The CAN interface is designed according to ISO11898 with electrical isolation and bit rates up to 1 Mbit/s.
Four LEDs indicate the state of the module’s interfaces.
5 VDC directly via USB interface or 12/24 VDC via external power supply.
Software drivers for Windows®2K/XP/Vista/7/8 (32/64 bit) are included in delivery.
CAN-AIR/2 comes with an easy to use Windows based configuration tool. All settings will be stored within the device.
The firmware can be updated from the PC. Updates are available on the esd website.
Additional free-of-charge esd CAN tools for Windows offer efficient setup and analysis of CAN applications and networks.