PEAK-System: four times CAN FD on a PCI Express card

PEAK-System extends its CAN FD range and continues the series of the PCAN-PCI Express FD with a four-channel version. This allows computers with PCI Express slots to be integrated into CAN FD and CAN networks. The two additional CAN connections three and four can be easily connected to the two-channel slot bracket included in the scope of supply via flat-ribbon cables. Each CAN FD channel can transmit a maximum of 64 data bytes of a CAN FD frame with bit rates of up to 12 Mbit/s, is galvanically isolated up to 500 Volts, and can be provided with a CAN termination.

For Windows 10, 8.1, 7 and for Linux operating systems, device drivers are available. The monitoring software PCAN-View and the programming interface PCAN-Basic for the development of applications with CAN connection are included in the scope of delivery and support the standard CAN FD.

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