September 6, 2023
ICP Electronics Australia is proud to introduce ICP DAS ECAN-240-FD. In the bustling age of the Internet of Things (IoT), ICP DAS takes a leap forward, introducing its innovative Ethernet product – the ECAN-240-FD. This device acts as a conduit, transforming a Modbus TCP to a 2-port CAN FD (CAN with Flexible Data-Rate) Gateway, effectively bridging conventional industrial protocols with IoT capabilities.
Adhering to the ISO 11898-2 standard, the ECAN-240-FD seamlessly integrates with both CAN specification 2.0 A/B and the FD. A key highlight is its ability to toggle between ISO and Non-ISO (Bosch) standards. With bit rates ranging from 10 kbps to an impressive 10000 kbps, it ensures versatile communication across varied applications. The hardware’s built-in DIP-switch and two CAN bus interfaces, leveraging a 9-pin D-sub connector, underscore its adaptability.
The software facet is equally commendable. Offering web configuration, Modbus TCP Server function, and transparent TCP/UDP to CAN communication, it promises an intuitive user experience. Additionally, its UDP responder aids swift device discovery, while its static IP or DHCP network configuration ensures a secure connection.
Endorsed by industry-standard certifications such as CE, UKCA, RoHS, and WEEE, the ECAN-240-FD stands poised as an essential tool for industries eager to ride the IoT wave, ensuring smooth, integrated, and efficient operations.
- Compatible with the ISO 11898-2 standard
- Compatible with CAN specification 2.0 A/B and FD
- CAN FD support for ISO and Non-ISO (Bosch) standards switchable
- CAN FD bit rates for data field from 100 kbps to 10000 kbps
- CAN bit rates from 10 kbps to 1000 kbps
- Built-in DIP-switch to enable/disable the terminal resistor
- Two CAN bus interfaces with 9 pin D-sub connector
- Web configuration
- CAN bus ID filter
- Modbus TCP Server function
- TCP/UDP to CAN transparent communication
- CAN pair connection via UDP communication
- UDP responder for device discovery
- Static IP or DHCP network configuration