TEL-CANBUS technical documentation
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Revision as of 06:22, 31 May 2020 by Andrew
- 1 Compulab part number
- 2 Description
- 3 Features
- 4 Connection requirements
- 5 Version information
- 6 Block diagram
- 7 Mechanical model
- 8 Hardware design files
- 9 Software source files
Compulab part number
TEL-CANBUS provides a CANbus interface with isolation through a DB-9 connector.
- Single CAN device
- Supports CAN 2.0A Specifications.
- Supports ISO 11898-2
- Up too 1Mbit/s bit rate.
ToDo: CANbus version? - Added ToDo: Data rate? - Added
TEL-CANBUS is utilizing a USB2 interface. Multiple TEL-CANBUS cards can be installed in a system.
- CANbus through DB-9 Connector
- Implimented using STM32F042C6 MCU
ToDo: single CANbus device or multiple? More information about CANbus capabilities - Added ToDo: microcontroller? Which? - Added
- Windows and Linux support
- Driverless operation in Windows
- USB native device in Linux
Electrical and environmental
- Isolation per UL 1577
- Transient immunity: 30kV/uS.
- Isolated DC 5V power
- Ambient Operation from –40°C to 85°C.
- Two Code implementations in one device switchable by a DIP Switch.
- Defult CANable USB CDC implementation & candleLight USB device implimintation.
ToDo: please elaborate what are the code implementations - Added
- DIP switch for enabling/disabling on-board 120 Ohm termination
ToDo: can the firmware be upgraded? How? - Added
- Upgradeable using build-in MCU bootloader and openly available tools. (Please follow update guide in GitHub)
Open source hardware and software
- Complete hardware design files are available
- Complete firmware is available
- Designed for Hacking - Easily scriptable Python SW library for easy and cross-platform communication to the device
ToDo: firmware or software, not clear - Added
Latest HW Version Rev 1.0
ToDo: Add block diagram - Added
ToDo: nice looking DB-9 Pinout
ToDo: Add 3D model
Hardware design files
ToDo: Add Gerbers ToDo: Add Schematics
Software source files
ToDo add files