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CAN-to-WLAN gateways with two high-speed CAN ports

Peak (Germany) complements its gateway product family by two WLAN-enabled devices. The introduced products are based on Freescale’s iMX257 ARM9 micro-controller.

The gateway is equipped with TJA1041 CAN transceivers by NXP (Photo: Peak System)

FOR THIS, CAN FRAMES ARE WRAPPED in TCP or UDP message packages and forwarded from one device to another over the IP network. The PCAN Wireless gateways are supplied in a plastic housing with a flange and are available in two versions: One with two 9-pin D-Sub connectors (compliant with the CiA pinning) and the other with a 12-pin Tyco automotive connector. Built in are two CAN channels with a bit-rate of up to 1 Mbit/s (ISO 11898-2).

The WLAN interface supports IEEE 802.11 b/g and establishes its connection via an internal chip antenna. Thanks to its extended operating temperature range of -40 °C to 85 °C the gateway is suitable for use in industrial and automotive environments. Configuration of the devices is provided through a web interface. Besides a variety of status information, settings for the device itself, for the communication interfaces, and for message routing are provided.
The gateway features a wake-up function using a CAN network or a separate input.

The Network page of the configuration software displays for each CAN channel the status, the bit-rate, and the setting of the listen-only mode. Furthermore status information can be viewed, and user defined notes can be entered and saved. With a button the user can reset the CAN channel. Of course, the WLAN interface is also configurable by means of this web-based software.



Publish date
2014-01-29
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Peak-System

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