Ethernet/CAN-Interface EtherCAN CI-ARM9/RMD
- EtherCAN CI-ARM9/RMD Version 3.0
- 454 MHZ ARM9 CPU (Freescale I.MX287)
- 128MB SDRAM, 2GB eMCC Flash
- 10/100MBit Ethernet
- 2 CAN interfaces
- Individual galvanic decoupling of both CAN transceivers
- RS232 interface for configuration
- USB Host interface
- SD-Card slot
- Embedded Linux operation system (Kernel 3.5.0)
EtherCAN CI-ARM9/RMD acts as a gateway between CAN and Ethernet systems. It is essentially suiteable for applications where processing of messages in the gateway is needed. This includes i.e. visualization of CAN messages by a Web server, complex protocol conversions and others. A Freescale ARM9 CPU (I.MX287) clocked with 454MHz gives enough power for these applications. The device has 128MB SDRAM and 2GB eMMC Flash memory. The CAN interface is realized by the two internal CAN controller of the CPU. Both channel are individual galvanic decoupled from CPU and power supply. A USB 2.0 full speed host interface enables the connection of external peripherals like USB memory sticks or USB WLAN adapters. The SD-Card slot allows to handle huge amounts of data when i.e. logging CAN data. The module is intended to be rail mounted.
|Voltage on the bus connections||10||+30||V|
Any (also temporary) stress in excess of the limiting values may cause permanent damage on EtherCAN CI and other connected devices. Exposure to limiting conditions for extended periods may affect the reliability and shorten the life cycle of the device.
All values, unless otherwise specified, refer to a supply voltage of 24V and an environmental temperature of 20°C.
Scope of Delivery
- CAN Interface EtherCAN CI
- User Manual
- proCANtool CAN-Monitor for operating systems Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8