CAN Bus Interface
- Uses Microchip’s MCP2562FD CAN FD Transceiver
- Implements ISO 11898-2 and ISO 11898-5 Standard Physical Layer Requirements
- Provides de facto standard DB-9/CANON-9 nine-pin connectors for easy connection to the CAN FD bus
CAN Protocol Controller Interface
- 1.8V to 5.5V digital I/O CAN protocol controller interface
- 2x20 pin connector compatible with a wide range of FPGA and MCU boards
Plug Fest Tested
- Extensively tested in two CAN FD Plug Fests organized by CAN In Automation (CIA)
- Successfully operated in excess of 5 Mbps in a real-life automotive CAN network
Call or click.
- CAN-CTRL CAN 2.0 & CAN FD Bus Controller IP Core
- CANFD-RD CAN 2.0 & CAN FD FPGA Reference Design
- 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
- 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-RxTxHigh-Speed CAN FD Transceiver Daughter Card
The CANFD-RxTx is a high-speed CAN transceiver daughter card supporting the bit rates required for CAN Flexible Data Rate (CAN FD). It serves as an interface card between the physical CAN bus and a CAN protocol controller.
The card has de facto standard DB-9 nine-pin D-subminiature connectors towards the CAN bus, and is fully compatible with the physical layer requirements of the ISO 18998-2 and 1898-5 standards.
The card uses the Microchip® MCP2562FD Transceiver, a second-generation high-speed transceiver that meets the automotive requirements for CAN FD bit rates exceeding 5 Mbps, low quiescent current, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), and electrostatic discharge (ESD). It guarantees Loop Delay Symmetry for bit rates up to 5 Mbps, and features low propagation delay to support long bus lengths.
The CANFD-RxTx interfaces to a CAN-compliant protocol controller via a 2x20 female pin connector, which is commonly found in FPGA and microcontroller boards. The connector provides separate power supply pins for the transceiver and the digital I/O, allowing the interface towards the CAN controller to operate with voltages ranging from 1.8V to 5.5.V.
As part of CAST’s CANFD-RD CAN 2.0 and CAN FD FPGA reference design, the daughter card has been successfully tested in CAN FD Plug Fests, organized by CAN In Automation (CIA). During these Plug Fest events, the daughter card was connected to real-life networks, and driven by CAST’s CAN-CTRL CAN 2.0 and CAN FD Controller IP core. It successfully operated with bit rates in excess of 5Mbps.
With over 10 years of experience in CAN bus technology, CAST offers IP cores, reference designs and services allowing its customers to rapidly implement CAN nodes on FPGAs or ASICs. Please contact CAST to discuss your project requirements (firstname.lastname@example.org, +1 201.391.8300).