February 21, 2023

ICP Australia is proud to introduce ICP DAS’s I-9120. The controller area network, or CAN, is a serial communication bus that is particularly well suited for connecting smart devices to create smart systems or sub-systems. High-level security is effectively supported along with distributed real-time control.


In CAN networks, prioritised messages are sent instead of conventionally addressed addresses for subscribers or stations. I-9120 with 9000 series PAC (Programmable Automation Controller) is a practical CAN solution when used as a standalone CAN controller. It contains a single 5-pin screw terminal CAN communication interface that can be used in a variety of CAN applications. The I-9120 has retransmission functionality, bus arbitration, error detection, and CAN 2.0A and 2.0B specific 10kbps to 1Mbps CAN baud rates.


Combining the advantages of 9000 series PACs, which can be used without significantly raising CPU burden, it may be a potent multi-CAN port programmable device server by driving the programme in the 186 CPU of I-9120. As a programmable device server, it can also communicate with various communication interfaces such as RS-232, RS-485, and Ethernet ports. Users can therefore create a range of apps using various communication protocols.



Common Features

  • Support WP-9000-CE7、XP-9000-WES7、LP-9000、LX-9000
  • Allow user to program user-defined firmware in I-9120

CAN Port Features

  • 2500 Vrms photo-isolation protection on CAN side
  • Compatible with CAN specification 2.0 parts A and B
  • Provide default baud rate: 10k, 20k, 50k, 125k, 250k, 500k, 800 k, 1 M bps
  • Allow user-defined baud rate
  • Cyclic transmission precision: ±0.5ms precision when cyclic time is below 10ms , ±1% error when cyclic time exceeds 10ms
  • Provide 5 sets of cyclic transmission

Software Utility Features

  • Utility tool for downloading user-defined firmware and updating default firmware
  • Provide VC6, VC++ 2005, C#.net 2005, VB.net 2005 demos and library

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