The Controller Area Network (CAN) is a Bus protocol allows electrical elements in an automobile to communicate with one another, such as engine management systems, active suspension, central locking, air conditioning, and airbags. A controller area network is useful for a number of high-level industrial protocols that use CAN and ISO-11898:2003 as its physical layer (CAN). Because of its excellent performance and upgradeability, it may be used to create a wide range of system designs.
It is possible to set the ProtoConvert gateway as a CAN passive client. It listens for incoming CAN data and parses the relevant information, which is subsequently broadcast via Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, BACnet MSTP, BACnet IP, SNMP, ASCII, and other protocols. The messages can be filtered based on their CAN message Ids, and the incoming data bytes can be received and displayed as is.
Without altering the device, you may effortlessly link your CAN devices to your control system. Simply connect, set up, and you’re ready to go!
We can create custom functions to handle the data.
Custom CAN 1.0, 2.0A, and 2.0B protocols are supported.
Can be mounted on a DIN rail.
High performance and throughput (up to 1Mbps).
It is not necessary to make any hardware or software changes to your devices.
All major manufacturers’ PLCs are compatible.
Connection Type: CAN v2.0B
Baud Rate: Upto 1Mbps
Some CAN-based applications
Human Machine interfaces