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Embedded World 2017

CAN FD interface board for M.2 slot

Published 2017-02-09

At the Embedded world fair, Peak-System (Germany) presents its first CAN FD interface board for the M.2 slot.

(Photo: Peak-System)

At this year's Embedded World 2017 in Nuremberg, Germany, the managing directors Uwe Wilhelm and Alexander Gach present their CAN FD interface for the M.2 slot. The plug-in card called PCAN-M.2 will be available as a single-, dual-, and quadruple-channel version. Furthermore, the PCAN-miniPCIe FD, the four-channel PCAN-PCI Express FD, and the opto-decoupled PCAN-USB X6 with M12 circular connectors as well as the ingress protection IP64 are presented for the first time.

Due to this increased protection and the six CAN and CAN FD channels, the M12 USB adapter is especially suitable for motor vehicle test stands and HIL simulations (hardware-in-the-loop) in harsh environments. The company also shows its battery-powered PCAN-Diag FD; a well-founded analysis is provided by the oscilloscope function and further measuring functions for voltage and termination. The CAN communication can be examined by the representation of CAN and CAN FD messages, bus load measurement, or the recording and a playback function for the CAN traffic. The exhibition takes place from March 14 to 16, where the company can be found in hall 1, booth 483.

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