- 3.6 x 2.3 x 1″, 150 mA at 5V
- 16-bit x186 CPU, program in C/C++
- Controller Area Network (CAN2.0B) port
- 256 KW 16-bit Flash, 256 KW 16-bit SRAM, 512 bytes EE
- 20+ TTL I/Os, Real-time clock, 2 serial ports, PWM, counters
- 4 ch 16-bit parallel high speed ADC (AD7655)
- 2 ch 12-bit serial DAC (LT1446)
- Hardware TCP/IP stack for 100M Base-T Ethernet
- CompactFlash card with FAT file system support
CAN-Engine A Controller Area Network (CAN) controller (SJA1000, 20 MHz clock) can be installed along with on-board CAN transceiver. Supported baud rates range from 300 bps to 1 Mbps, and interrupt-driven buffering software allows reliable, efficient delivery and receipt of packets over the CAN network. CAN control registers on the SJA1000 are accessible in software.
A Fast Ethernet Module can also be installed to provide 100M BaseT network connectivity. This Ethernet module has a hardware LSI TCP/IP stack. It implements TCP/IP, UDP, ICMP and ARP in hardware, supporting internet protocol DLC and MAC. The hardware Ethernet module releases internet connectivity and protocol processing from the host processor, which represents a huge improvement over software-based TCP/IP stacks. The resulting system can easily handle transmissions in the 100KB/s+ range in real world applications. It supports 4 independent stack connections simultaneously at a 4Mbps protocol processing speed. Software libraries and demo project are available for Ethernet connectivity.
A 16-bit parallel ADC (AD7655, 0-5V) supports ultra high-speed (1 MHz conversion rate) analog signal acquisition. The AD7655 contains two low noise, high bandwidth track-and-hold amplifiers that allow simultaneous sampling on two channels. Each track-and hold amplifier has a multiplexer in front to provide a total of 4 channels analog inputs. The 16-bit parallel ADC requires only two CPU I/O operations (one start, one read) to complete a 16-bit ADC reading. With on-board precision 2.5V reference, the ADC accepts 0-5V analog inputs at 16-bit resolution of 0-65,535. Two 12-bit DACs provide 0-4.095V analog voltage outputs capable of sinking or source upto 5mA.
The CANE supports up to 2 GB mass storage CompactFlash cards with Windows compatible FAT filesystem support, allowing user easily transfer large amounts of data to or from a PC.
The CANE features fast execution times through 16-bit ACTF Flash (256 KW) and battery-backed SRAM (256 KW). It also includes 3 timers, PWMs, 20+ PIOs, 512-byte serial EEPROM, two RS232 ports, 3 timer/counters, and a watchdog timer. The three 16-bit timers can be used to count or time external events, up to 10 MHz, or to generate non-repetitive or variable-duty-cycle waveforms as PWM outputs. The PIO pins are multifunctional and user programmable. A real time clock (DS1337, Dallas) is available.
The CANE can be powered by regulated 5V DC or unregulated 9-12V DC with installing a 5V regulator. The CANE works with TERN expansion boards including the P52, P100 and MotionC.
40 MHz CPU, 64KW SRAM, PIOs, 2 RS232, 3 timers, watchdog timer, 512 bytes EE, 256KW flash. Does not include add-on options, OEM option discounts available.
- SRAM 256KW
- Real-time clock (RTC) and battery
- CompactFlash interface
- 100 BaseT hardware TCP/IP Ethernet
- CAN controller with transceiver
- 4 ch. 16-bit ADC 1MHz (AD7655)
- 2 ch. 12-bit DAC (LT1446)