Use the CAN/LIN bus monitor module to decode the CAN or LIN-Bus signals and display information on physical data like engine temperature, vehicle speed and brake-pedal position as analog waveforms and compare this with the data coming from real sensors.
Applicable to Yokogawa ScopeCorder DL850V & DL850EV, DL350 ScopeCorder (/VE option), DL950 (/VCE option) ScopeCorder Vehicle Edition only.
|Input Ports||CAN port: 1, LIN port: 1|
|Maximum sampling rate||Isolation between a port and main body and between ports|
|LIN port specifications||100 kS/s (60-CH x 1 kS/s per port)|
|Maximum input voltage||-1 V to +18 V (LIN input to GND)|
|LIN supply voltage input range||7 V to 18 V|
|Maximum allowable common mode voltage||30 Vrms (CAT I and CAT II)|
|Input connector||D-sub 9-pin (male)|
|Supported protocol||Physical layer: ISO-9141|
|Supported baud rate||2400, 9600, 19200bps|
|Supported data length||4 bytes maximum|
|Input channels||60 signals/port|
|Supported data field checksum||Standard and extended checksums|
|CAN port specifications||Compliant with CAN Bus Monitor Module (720240)|
|Weight||Approx 250 g|
This module is available for DL850V only. Max. two (2) modules including the 720240 module can be installed.
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