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CANopen Motion Control: A CAN-based strategy for system design

In this webinar, Dean Crumlish (Copley Controls) will walk through the strategy and components needed to build a CANopen-based motion control system. Systems built on CANopen benefit from reliability, durability, and the robust error-resistance native to CAN. Topics will include PC configuration, Servo drives, Data channels, Analysis Tools, Tuning, and System design software. Register Now! ... Read More

Kvaser’s September 2020 Software Release

Kvaser’s latest software release introduces a new J2534 dll that provides full support for CAN FD, as well as preliminary support for CAN FD for ISO 15765.

NEW! Mounting Brackets keep your Kvaser interface in place

Off-the-shelf mounting brackets are now available for some of Kvaser’s most popular products, namely the Kvaser Leaf Light series, USBcan v2s and Memorator v2s. These are general-purpose brackets, made from a high durability polyamide, that can be mounted using bolts or double-sided tape. The result of feedback from service personnel who were concerned that CAN ... Read More

Tele Radio Australia joins Kvaser’s Qualified Sales Representative network

Serving OEMs and manufacturers in mining and heavy industry in Australia and New Zealand, Tele Radio offers a one-stop system design and integration service that specialises in projects that leverage its wireless expertise.

CAN FD Light for robust, reliable lighting applications

The CAN in Automation (CiA) association has established the CAN FD Light Special Interest Group with the goal of serving sensor/actuator and LED networking in automotive applications.

CERN’s ATLAS project: A CAN control network of epic scale

CERN’s ATLAS project utilizes CANopen, via Kvaser’s PCIcanx products, to control a CAN network and experiment of epic proportions.