esd electronics, Inc proudly announces new addition to their EtherCAT® product line; the EtherCAT® Master software - designed with respect to high performance, small resource usage and scalability.
EtherCAT® is an Ethernet-based fieldbus protocol optimized for high-speed, real-time industrial control based on a Master/Slave configuration. The EtherCAT® Master device requires only a standard Ethernet MAC, even without dedicated communication co-processor.
esd electronics, Inc presents the state of the art PCI Express® CAN Board. The board is operated with a high performant self developed IP core implemented in a FPGA.
The CAN-PCIe/402 is a PC board designed for the PCIe bus that features one, two (CANPCIe/402-2) or four (CAN-PCIe/402- 4/2Slot) electrically isolated CAN HighSpeed interfaces according to ISO 11898-2. The CAN-PCIe/402-4/2Slot comes with two CAN interfaces via a separate slot bracket. These product versions are also available without electrical isolation.
esd electronics, Inc is pleased to feature the
PMC-CAN/400-4. This board has four electrically isolated CAN High-Speed interfaces.
A FPGA with optional integrated 32-bit microcontroller handles the local
data control and management, and the PMC-CAN/400-4 offers high-resolution
hardware timestamps. There is an IRIG-B interface offering inputs for analog or RS-422
IRIG-B coded signals. Both are electrically isolated. An additional microcontroller controls
IRIG-B evaluation. A Conduction Cooled version of the PMC-CAN/400-4 is also available.
|CAN, CANopen, J1939 Literature
esd electronics, Inc is also pleased to report the release of three exciting publications:
A Comprehensible Guide to J1939
by Wilfried Voss is the first work combining profound information on the
J1939 message format and network management with a high level of
SAE J1939 is a higher-layer protocol based on Controller Area Network
(CAN) and has become the accepted industry standard and the vehicle
network technology of choice for off-highway machines in applications
such as construction, material handling, and forestry machines.
A Comprehensible Guide to Controller Area
by Wilfried Voss represents the most thoroughly researched and most
complete work on CAN available in the marketplace. It includes A Brief
History of CAN, Main Characteristics, Message Frame Architecture,
Message Broadcasting, Bus Arbitration, Error Detection & Fault
Confinement, CAN Physical Layer, and more...
Embedded Networking with CAN and CANopen
by Olaf Pfeiffer, Andrew Ayre, and Christian Keydel provides a detailed
look at both CAN and CANopen; this book examines those technologies in
the context of embedded networks. CANopen is a higher layer protocol
based on CAN that provides the means to apply CAN features to
industrial-strength applications - particularly users that demand a high
degree of safety or reliability requirements (e.g. medical engineering,
robots, lifts and transportation systems).