PC/104plus Board for use with CAN/CANopen

Single and dual channel interface boards in PC/104 plus format for use in CAN and CANopen networks.

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Single and dual channel interface boards in PC/104plus format for use in CAN and CANopen networks.

  • Optimum Integration Through Flexible API and Wide Range of Drivers
  • Cost Effective and Rapidly Available Standard Version for a Wide Temperature Range
  • Individual Customizations Based on Customer Specifications

Flexible CAN Interface for Industrial and Embedded PCs

CANpro PC/104plus allows PC applications to exchange data with the connected CAN bus. Available in single and dual channel versions with a flexible programming interface, CANpro PC/104plus is a universal interface solution for almost any CAN application – whether it’s machine controllers, PC-based applications or test rigs.

Rapid Integration with the Right Software Interface

CANpro PC/104plus provides an API that can be optimally configured to the application’s requirements. In FIFO mode, all sent and received messages are buffered to ensure that no data is lost when the computer is busy with other tasks. The Object Buffer mode allows the application to filter messages of interest, and automatically buffers the data recently received by the application. The application can use this data when needed, and is not burdened with the other messages. The CANpro PC/104plus interface board can automatically transmit the data on the bus in exact, individually configurable cycles.
A CANopen Client API is also included for use in CANopen networks.

Suitable for Many Target Systems and Extreme Temperatures

In addition to Windows, the board supports many other operating systems and real-time environments. For applications used at operating temperatures between -25°C and +70°C, a suitable board is available as a standard version. On request, Softing’s team of engineers can customize the board according to customer specifications.

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