There are 4 CAN interfaces next to 2 × single-wire CAN, 8 digital inputs and 8 digital outputs. Moreover, CIN uses ethernet and I²C for controlling peripheral components. It is possible to have it assembled either as a piggy-back board onto another PCB a high-performance communication node. The ethernet channel is also used for building up a gateway function for CAN-to-Ethernet.
Error frame detection
Similar to a CANUSB, CIN is equipped with error frame detection. This feature allows surveillance and monitoring of a CAN network. It has an own logic for detecting error frames and counting them up in a specific internal memory area. That is used for finding intermittent errors like falsified messages of a CAN participant.
This feature is designed for an analogue measurement of CAN levels. It is used for doing diagnostics at vehicles of all kinds or machines. Erratic level indicate for example short circuits. They are often responsible for data loss.
Freescale MPC 512x with 4 CAN interfaces
32 MByte, optional 64 and 128 MByte
Ethernet / PHY
4 CAN transceiver, 1. transceiver with Wake-on-CAN;
Bus termination: 120Ω, can be assembled on PCB;
Diagnostics: Error frame detection on separate FPGA for all channels;
Diagnostics: Analogue level measurement with simultaneous measuring of CAN high and CAN low;
CAN channels not galvanically isolated
8, power supply 3,3 V
8, power supply 3,3 V, 10 mA
+UBat (12 V oder 24 V), +3,3 V, 5 V
Operation: -20°C to 85°C;
Storage: -40°C to +85°C
Customer-specific embedded board solution or Diag-Box
CANexplorer 4, MDT, ODX-Editor, SiECA132 MT API and others on enquiry
CAN-to-Ethernet Bridge / Gateway functionality