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Kvaser DIN Rail – Remote Device With I/O Pins

In this article, we take a look at the Kvaser DIN Rail and how to control this device using CANlib. Overview HW The Kvaser DIN Rail family is a collection of Ethernet to CAN/CAN FD interfaces with support for I/O ports via add-on modules. The housing has a mounting clip that attaches to a 35 ... Read More

Shortening the Design Cycle to Serve Customers: New Eagle’s tools rely on Kvaser at their Core

Background Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, New Eagle’s team of engineers specialize in creating mechatronic controls: the electronic brains that drive mechanical systems. Some companies ask New Eagle to design and build their control systems and custom applications from start to finish, while others turn to New Eagle for high-quality software tools and volume production ... Read More

New Video Course: Get up and running with the Kvaser DIN Rail SE400S-X10

Kvaser has produced a short video course on our newly-released Kvaser DIN Rail SE400S-X10, a powerful DIN-Rail mounted four-channel Ethernet to CAN/CAN FD interface with support for digital, analog and relay add-on modules. Designed as a complement to the information in the User Guide (available from the Downloads page), this guide will get you up ... Read More

Reducing Costs and Improving Efficiency for Pi Innovo with Kvaser’s Real-Time Interfaces

Pi Innovo specializes in the rapid development of custom electronic control units (ECUs), leveraging its off the shelf production-capable OpenECU® platform, that are deployed by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in agriculture, automotive, aviation/aerospace, construction equipment, military vehicles, railway and trucking With the increased complexity of today’s embedded systems – it is not uncommon for vehicles to ... Read More

How to test if your CAN termination works correctly

It is well known, in the CAN community at least, that every CAN and CAN FD network should be terminated with a 120 Ohm resistor at each end of the bus. More information can be found on ‘Why use a resistor?’ and how to maximise signal quality in the whitepaper ‘Using termination to ensure recessive ... Read More