Bus interface for notebooks

  • 02-Sep-2008 03:48 EDT
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Vector CANtech's CANcardXLe features an ExpressCard interface for notebook computers. Its TWINcabs contain two bus transceivers in one package. This lets the developer operate four-channel applications, such as two LIN and two CAN channels, on a single device, thus ensuring a common time base with precise time stamps. No external power supply is required. The system has the functions needed to develop, simulate, test, and maintain CAN and LIN networks, including detecting and generating error frames, measuring bus load, and sending and receiving data frames and remote frames.

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