Road vehicles -- Controller area network (CAN) -- Part 1: Data link layer and physical signalling
Korrekturdokument: Cor 1:2006
Road vehicles -- Controller area network (CAN) -- Part 2: High-speed medium access unit
Road vehicles -- Controller area network (CAN) -- Part 3: Low-speed, fault-tolerant, medium-dependent interface
Road vehicles -- Controller area network (CAN) -- Part 4: Time-triggered communication
Road vehicles -- Controller area network (CAN) -- Part 5: High-speed medium access unit with low-power mode
Specifications of CiA, e.g. EDS for CANopen, Device Profiles, CANopen Protocol, CAN v2.0, v1.1,
Power management and communication profiles
Our SafetyBUS p Products
We are taking part in Safety Network International e.V and offer
some products with the SafetyBUS p sign, which can cope with enhanced security issues.
CANopen partner: Port
Port is a partner company integrating CANopen with our products.
They offer their CANopen software packages with our Ethernet to CAN Gateway
EtherCAN, resell the USB to CAN Converter CPC-USB,
the PCI and PCI Express (PCIe)
interface cards and resell also our CANwatch for
analysis of CAN bus errors and tests on the physical layer.
CANopen partner: Emtas
Emtas is a partner company for integration of CAN/CANopen protocol stacks and tools with our products. Emtas has special know-how in the EnergyBus area. Emtas is also a partner for custom specific application solutions for our Ethernet to CAN Gateway EtherCAN.
Informations on CAN
CAN in Automation
CiA is arised of the collaboration of different companies having the aim
to create a non profit organisation providing technical, product specific
and marketing-relevant informations to enhance the publicity for the fieldbus
CAN and to set a foundation stone for future developments.
CAN product guide
A huge overview of companies offering products for the fieldbus CAN
Search abilities are split by product categories, company names or product names.
Developer of CAN: Bosch
Bosch developed the fieldbus CAN in 1983 to interconnect vehicle control systems.
1987 the bus system was introduced to public domain together with Intel. Main focus
has been to reduce the overall cabling length and hence also reduce the weight.
Controller Area Network at wikipedia
The entry on CAN at the free online encyclopedia wikipedia offers a huge amount of useful information
on different topics like functioning of CAN, the protocol, usage areas and much more.
The entries on the list of higher layer protocols and the external links are also interesting.
CANbus mailing list
A mailing list of Vector for discussions on CAN.
It is also availible from different newsgroup providers, e.g. gmane: gmane.comp.hardware.bus.can
Wiki with extensive informations to CAN
A Wiki with extensive informations to CAN, usable controllers, products,
higher level protocols and also external links.
can4linux are open source device drivers for CAN interfaces under Linux. All our PCI and PCI Express based interfaces are supported.