This converter contains 3 independent CAN ports with different physical layer designs. Each port is thus assigned a different CAN bus transceiver.
Port 1: Single wire CAN - according to J2411
This CAN variant is used in GM, Opel and other vehicles for CAN comfort. Information about J2411
Port 2: Low speed CAN
Also referred to as fault tolerant ISO11898-3 (formerly ISO 11519). Mainly used in older VW vehicles.
Port 3: High speed CAN
Both classic CAN according to CAN 2.0 and CAN FD in ISO and non-ISO mode are supported.
Marker input for storing markers in the CAN bus communication log.
Of course integration into PP2CAN software, available API for Windows, CAN socket support on Linux (source code on Github) and firmware update option.
|1||Power supply Vbat for single wire transceiver|
|2||CAN1 - single wire|
|4||CAN2 low (low speed/fault tolerant)|
|5||CAN2 high (low speed/fault tolerant)|
|7||CAN3 low (CAN2.0/CAN FD)|
|8||CAN3 high (CAN2.0/CAN FD)|
|2||CAN1 Green-activity / Red-Error|
|3||CAN2 Green-activity / Red-Error|
|4||CAN3 Green-activity / Red-Error|
|1||Position ON - activation of the termination resistor on CAN3|