- Complete CAN node ready for integration and testing in any physical CAN network
- CAN 2.0 (A, B & ISO 11898)
- CAN FD
- Non-ISO CAN FD (compliant to original Bosch protocol)
- ISO CAN FD (compliant to new ISO 11898-1)
- TTCAN (ISO 11898-4 level 1)
- Talos Evaluation Kit for the BA22-DE or the R8051XC2
- DE0-Nano Terasic board
- CDP-XC Debugging kit for the IAR or Keil IDE, or Beyond Debug Key for BeyondStudio
- USB to RS232 cable
- CAN FD PHY Daughter Card, using OnSemi’s NCV7340-4 or NCV7351
- USB-to-RS232 cable
- Optional USB-to-JTAG, or USB to-Serial Debug POD for the BA22 or R8051XC2 processor
- Sample CAN-CTRL Low-Level Device Drivers
- Sample Embedded Application
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- CAN-CTRL CAN 2.0 & CAN FD Bus Controller Core
- CANFD-RxTx High-Speed CAN FD Transceiver Daughter Card
- CAN-Xactor Verification IP for the CAN 2.0 & CAN FD Bus Controller Core
- LIN LIN Bus Master/Slave Controller Core
- CSENT SENT/SAE J2716 Controller Core
- IEEE802_1AS IEEE 802.1AS Hardware Protocol Stack
- 06/13/17, CAST Drives Automotive IP Forward with New AVB/TSN Ethernet and SAE J2716 Sensor Bus Cores plus CAN-FD Time-Stamping
- 03/14/17, CAST Expands CAN Bus Solutions Suite with New PHY Daughter Card
- 11/01/16, CAN Bus Design IP from CAST Now Bundles In Avery Verification IP
- 06/16/16, CAN FD Controller IP Core Excels Through Third Plug Fest Testing
- 04/15/16, CAN FD Plug Fest Shows Robust Operation of Controller IP Core by CAST and Fraunhofer IPMS
- 02/23/16, CAN FD Bus Controller IP Core Gains Time-Triggered TTCAN Capability
- 11/10/15, Avery, CAST, and Rianta Roll Together on Automotive Ethernet and CAN FD IP and VIP Solutions
- CAN in Automation Knowledge Pages
- CAN Bit Time Calculation with Calculator
- Ways to Transition from Classic CAN to the improved CAN FD (PDF)
CAST is a member of the CAN in Automation (CiA) user's and amnufacturer's trade group.
CANFD-RDCAN 2.0 & CAN FD Reference Design
The CANFD-RD is a complete reference design for a CAN node subsystem based on the CAN-CTRL CAN 2.0 & CAN FD Bus Controller IP Core. It can be used for evaluating the CAN-CTRL core, and it enables the rapid development of CAN FD applications or device prototypes.
Within the design, either a 32-bit BA22-DE or an 8-bit R8051XC2 microcontroller core controls the CAN-CTRL core. The MCU, CΑΝ controller, and peripherals are hosted on the Talos FPGA evaluation kit. A daughter card connects the design to a physical CAN bus using an NCV7340-4 or NCV7351 CAN transceiver from On Semiconductor. The subsystem receives commands from and reports status to a host PC via a UART.
The reference design is delivered with low-level drivers and a sample application in source code for the embedded CPU. Users can extend the provided sample application or develop their own using just the low-level drivers.
User application development requires a debug-pod (optionally delivered with the reference design) and a software IDE for the processor (available from CAST for the BA22-DE, and from Keil or IAR Systems for the R8051XC2). User applications can exploit the available SPI, I2C, UART, and GPIO interfaces to communicate with other devices, such as sensors or actuators.
CAST services are available to port the reference design to other FPGA boards or to extend it with additional microprocessor peripherals. Integration with other CAN transceivers is also possible. Please contact CAST to discuss your project requirements (firstname.lastname@example.org, +1 201.391.8300).