September 15, 2023
ICP Electronics Australia is proud to introduce ICP DAS CAN-2022C. The industrial landscape is fast-evolving, and at the forefront of this transformation is the ICP DAS CAN-2022C, a cutting-edge CANopen slave module designed for unparalleled control and monitoring. Infused with features like NMT Slave, Pair-Connect function, and compatibility with the CiA CANopen Conformance Test tool, this module is engineered for efficiency and precision.
CANopen, a prominent network protocol based on the CAN bus, finds wide applications in fields like aircraft engine monitoring, remote data acquisition, factory automation, and more. The CAN-2022C not only adopts but also enhances this protocol, aligning with the CiA-301 version 4.02 and CiA-401 version 2.1 standards. This ensures that users can effortlessly access and modify analog/digital I/O statuses, utilizing the standard CANopen protocol.
With an array of features, from 2-channel isolated AI and AO to 4-channel isolated DI and DO, the CAN-2022C guarantees a comprehensive control mechanism. Furthermore, its robust design fortified with a 4KV ESD protection for each channel and a versatile power supply range of 10 ~30 VDC, testifies to its reliability.
In conclusion, whether you’re looking to streamline factory operations or enhance remote data acquisition, the ICP DAS CAN-2022C is your ticket to a smarter, more efficient future.
- NMT Slave
- Provide Pair-Connect function
- Passed the validation of CiA CANopen Conformance Test tool
- ESD Protection 4KV Contact for each channel
- Support Power supply 10 ~30 VDC
- Support CiA-301 v4.02, CiA-401 v2.1
- Provide default EDS file