CAN BUS Analyzer Tool

Part Number: APGDT002
Manufacturer: MICROCHIP

Price: $99.99 from Newark. 38 in stock

Short Description: The CAN BUS Analyzer Tool is a simple to use low cost CAN bus monitor which can be used to develop and debug a high speed CAN network. The CAN Analyzer tool supports CAN 2.0b and ISO 11898-2 (high-speed CAN with transmission rates of up to 1 Mbit/s). ...
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  • Supports CAN 2.0b and ISO11898-2
  • Intuitive PC User Interface for functions such as configuration, trace, transmit, filter, log etc
  • Enhanced features in the PC GUI for Microchip’s PIC microcontroller support such as ECAN register view in the GUI
  • Flexible CAN bus interface options i.e. standard DB9 connector or screw terminals
  • Software control of termination resistance and LED display for status, traffic, BUS error
  • Mini USB Connector
    • This connector provides the CAN BUS Analyzer a communication medium to the PC, but it can also provide a power supply if the external power supply is not plugged into the CAN BUS Analyzer
  • 9-24 Volt power supply connector
    • When powered by the external power supply, the tool can be set up to disconnect from the PC to act as a periodic transmitter for CAN BUS messages. The tool can also be set up to send out a pulse upon reception of certain CAN messages, which is useful during development or debugging issues with an oscilloscope.
  • Termination Resistor (software controllable)
    • The user can turn ON or OFF the 120 ohm CAN bus termination through the PC GUI
  • Status LED
    • Displays the USB status
  • Trigger LED
    • Future functionality
  • CAN Traffic LEDs
    • Shows the actual RX CAN BUS traffic from the high speed transceiver
    • Shows the actual TX CAB BUS traffic from the high speed transceiver
  • CAN BUS Error LED
    • Shows the Error Active (Green), Error Passive (Yellow), Bus Off (Red) state of the CAN BUS Analyzer
  • Direct access to the CAN H and CAN L pin through a screw terminal
    • Allows the user access to the CAN bus for connecting an oscilloscope without having to modify the CAN BUS wire harness
  • Direct access to the CAN TX and CAN RX pins through a screw terminal
    • Allows the user access to the digital side of the CAN BUS transceiver