||Asynchronous, CAN Bus
||CAN Bus Terminal Block
|Transmission Line Interface:
||ST connector is standard for interfacing with fiber optic cable
||See Distance Chart
|Optical Power into a 50 Micron Core Optical Fiber:
0.5 microwatt, 10 dB power
budget* @ 880 nanometers
||1 microwatt at less than 10-9 bit error rate
||0°C to 70°C
||4 x 3.5 x 1 in
(10 x 9 x 2.5 cm)
DIN rail mounting option
||External with power supply
(S.I. Tech #2163-DIN - 110VAC to
24 Volt DC, 130 mA)
||Use S.I.Tech 2163-DIN power supply
CAN Bus (Controller Area Network) is commonly used in various vehicles, automobiles, and industrial automation
applications. CAN Bus allows microcontrollers and attached devices to communicate with each other in applications
without use of a host computer.
- Asynchronous, CAN Bus protocol
- 6600 ft. (2Km) maximum distance capability
- 0°C to 70°C operating range
- ST connector receptacle
- Data Speed: 1 Kbps to 125 Kbps
- ISO 11898 Specifications
- Use 120 Ohm termination at both ends of network
- Din Rail Mounting
- Status Indicators - Tx, Rx, and Power
Use of fiber optic repeaters allows electrical isolation between
nodes of a network and attached devices, protecting them from
electrical surges and providing EMI/RFI immunity. Use of fiber
also allows for longer distances between nodes when required.
(Observe network turn around timing restrictions)
Electrical isolation provides the benefits of EMI/RFI immunity,
electrical surge immunity, less impedance problems and
elimination of crosstalk.
UL Listed. Meets FCC requirements of Class A, Part 15 Computing Devices Standard.
Specifications subject to change without notice.