Since the pure CAN-bus is not directly compatible with common networking protocols (particularly TCP/IP), there needs to be a means of connecting the CAN network to a LAN or WAN.
This gateway deals with such task and receives data from the devices on the CAN-bus and processes this data according the needs of the system. It can be written to logfiles, presented via a webserver, or send over the network using techniques like JSON.
Additionally, this gateway is responsible for keeping the devices up and running with the latest available firmware and settings. Typically, the firmware images are stored on the gateway via FTP or directly via SD card or USB flashdrive. But we could also have the gateway to retrieve updates automatically.
- Control two CAN-busses, each with up to 100 sensor nodes
- Integrated power control for both busses, up to 2.3A each
- Networking services via HTTP, FTP, JSON, Telnet
- Connect via Ethernet, Wifi, GPRS/3G/LTE, or XBee® link
- Encryption capabilities to protect the CAN-bus communication
- Arranges bus management including ID's, node configuration and firmware updates
- Cortex M7 microcontroller running the CAN-bus and networking functionalities
- Micro-SD card socket for local storage & data logging
- 2G, 3G or LTE cellular modem (GSM) with buildin antenna
- Ethernet 10/100Mbps networking
- Wifi & bluetooth connection with antenna
- XBee®-style radio socket
- Efficient power supply 8-36Vdc
- Typical power consumption < 1watt
- Optional integrated 24V/100W AC/DC power supply
- 2x CAN-bus master 1Mbit-10kbit
- 2x Power switch with monitoring and eFuse with programmable OVP, UVP and current limit up to 2A
- 120x120mm IP67 enclosure, height 80mm
- Intrusion detect microswitch
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