CAN-Ethernet gateway and
The CAN@net II/Generic enables easy and flexible access to
CAN systems via Ethernet. The device provides two operation
modes, a bridge mode and a gateway mode.
Features and benefits
- Bridging of large distances and easy system access using Ethernet
- Filter and conversion functionality
- Cost savings due to simple wiring
How it works
In the gateway mode the CAN@net II/Generic is connected to a PC or to a controller platform via TCP/IP. The application program on the host communicates via a standard TCP/IP socket and uses a simple ASCII protocol. As CAN-Ethernet Gateway, the CAN@net II/Generic offers simple, flexible access to CAN systems via a LAN or via the Internet.
Using two CAN@net II/Generic, a CAN-Ethernet-CAN bridge can be implemented. This bridge allows the exchange of CAN messages between two CAN systems via TCP/IP where filter tables can be defined.
Configuration and firmware update
The configuration of the TCP/IP parameters can be performed using a PC tool with automatic device detection. The configuration of the bridge functionality and the CAN communication is supported by an implemented webserver.
|PC bus interface||10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet (10Base-T/100Base-T), Autodetect, RJ45 connector|
|IP address allocation||DHCP, via PC tool|
|Microcontroller||Freescale MCF5235, 150 MHz|
|Memory extension||8 Mbyte DRAM, 4 Mbyte Flash|
|CAN bus interface||ISO 11898-2, Sub D9 galvanically decoupled (500V)|
|Power supply||9-32 V DC, 3 W|
|Temperature range||-20 ºC … +70 ºC|
|Certification||CE, FCC, CSA|
|Housing||Plastic housing for top hat rail mounting|
|Size||approx. 22,5 x 100 x 115 mm|
Contents of delivery
- CAN@net II/Generic
- User manual
- Sample programs