CAN AVR possible applications
- Integrated system that can be used directly on the board
developed by the user a macro component.
- Connection on CAN networks with your own protocols or with
standard protocols type CANopen, DeviceNet, SDS, CAN Kingdom
- Smart intelligent nodes with local functionalities as PID
algorithms for controlling temperatures, motors, valves, etc.
- Teleacquisition and telecontrol on medium and low distances.
- Converter CAN <-> asynchronous serial line.
- Converter CAN <-> I2C BUS line.
- Data acquisition (either digital or analog) via CAN line.
- Home automation: lights turning ON/OFF, heating and cooling
systems control, supervision of electric devices, security and
acces control systems.
- Car automation: lights turning ON/OFF, heating and cooling
systems control, supervision of electric devices, anti-teft and
acces control systems, functionality checks.
- Add CAN line in an existing system already installed.
- Didactics: CAN AVR offers a very low cost to learn
CAN, we have many starter kits options. For this purpose it is
likewise interesting the CAN GMT
support Mini Module.
- Whenever there is a short time to market: the user can see
a prototype or even a ready product in one week.
- Decentralized systems as robots, automation of production
line machines, big factory automations.
- Monitor of CAN messages in an existing system for validation
or test purpose.
F E A T U R E
- Standard container with 28 pin male socket, dual in
line, 100 mils pitch, 600 mils width.
- Very small dimension: 25,5 x 42,7 x 14,3 mm.
- Weight: 12 g.
- 4 layers printed circuit to obtain best noisy resistance
and best EMI performance.
- No external programmer is needed as CAN PIC is a grifo® ISP
(In System Programming) Mini Module. FLASH of Micro
is Programmable and Erasable by using ISP
- Single power supply voltage required in the wide range from
2,7 to 5 Vdc, 25mA max.
- Availability of power saving setting as idle mode and power
- Atmel AT90CAN128
microcontroller with 12,00 MHz crystal.
- 128K FLASH, 4K RAM for data, 4K EEPROM for data.
- Real Time Clock capable to manage day, month, year, week
day, hours, minutes, seconds and to generate periodic interrupts.
- Real Time Clock, Philips
PCF 8583, with 240 bytes of internal SRAM.
- RTC and SRAM backed with on board Lithium battery and driven
by software I2C BUS line.
- 5 A/D converter channels with 10 bits resolution.
- Analog Comparator.
- 2 Differential Channels With Programmable Gain at 1x, 10x,
- Internal reference voltage available.
- 3 Timers Counters
- 7 PWM lines.
- 24 digital I/O lines available on connector. Some of these
lines have multiple functions.
- I2C BUS controller, completely software configurable.
- JTAG (IEEE std. 1149.1 Compliant) Interface.
- SPI interface programmable for syncronous, high speed communications.
- Hardware serial line with programmable Baud Rate up to 115200
Baud, RS 232 buffered or at TTL level.
- Transceiver MAX3222E, for RS 232 serial line, with ESD protection
up to ±15KV.
- High speed CAN communication
- 15 MOb (Message Object).
- CAN controller compatible with
2.0 A and 2.0 B standards.
- High speed transceiver 82C250 for CAN
line up to 1 Mbit (ISO-11898).
- 2 configuration dip switches 8 + 4
- 2 status LED that shows the RUN or DEBUG selection or managed
by software through digital I/O lines.
- Internal FLASH and EEPROM can be managed through In System
Programming, or when the module is already mounted, by using
the serial communication line or the CAN line.
- Freeware software for PC, that supports the ISP programmation
to dowload the generated code, inside on board FLASH.
- Wide range of development tools as: Assembler (MCA-AVR);
C compiler (ImmageCRAFT ICC-AVR, DDS Micro CAVR); BASIC compiler
(BASCOM AVR); etc.
- Long list of demo programs and use examples supplied under
source form, duly remarked, for the available development tools..