The cables offered here are intended for use in CAN systems. They can be used for all esd CAN devices.
The cable shield is connected to CAN-GND and protects the differential CAN data from electromagnetic influences.
In addition to the CAN lines, esd offers CAN repeaters with two or three ports, optionally with galvanic isolation.
The I-Repeater can be used to improve the load capacity of the CAN bus with subscribers or to insert a galvanic isolation (design "-Opto").
The Y-Repeater also forms a branch from one to two CAN lines.
Our CAN tools for Windows, which are available free of charge in the CAN SDK, significantly support the user in quickly setting up and easily diagnosing CAN, CAN FD and CANopen networks. The possibility of data logging helps the user to record the data traffic for later analysis and to process it further as a CSV file.
The CAN(-FD) interfaces are controlled by the esdACC (esd Advanced CAN Core) developed by esd and certified according to ISO 16845:2004, which is implemented in an FPGA.
The design includes a bus mastering unit (first-party DMA) to exchange the CAN data.
This allows the CAN interface to initiate write cycles to the CPU RAM independently of the host system's CPU or DMA controller. This reduces the CPU load of the host system and the overall system latency.
Thanks to the support of MSI (Message Signaled Interrupts), it is possible to use the CAN interface in hypervisor environments, among others.
In addition, the module also supports high-resolution 64-bit hardware timestamps to enable highly accurate reception and transmission of CAN messages.
CAN-Verdrahtung - Hinweise zur Verdrahtung von CAN-Bussystemen und zur Leitungsauswahl Verdrahtungshinweis (DE) 498 KB
CAN-Wiring - Notes on the Wiring of CAN-Bus Systems and Cable Selection Wiring Notes (EN) 514 KB