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Manual

Accessories for Network Interfaces

CAN/LIN/IO/J1708/MOST/FlexRay

Version 4.1

English

Imprint

Vector Informatik GmbH

Ingersheimer Straße 24

D-70499 Stuttgart

The information and data given in this user manual can be changed without prior notice. No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher, regardless of which method or which instruments, electronic or mechanical, are used. All technical information, drafts, etc. are liable to law of copyright protection.

Copyright 2015, Vector Informatik GmbH. All rights reserved.

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Table of contents

1

1.1

1.2

Introduction

Safety Instructions and Hazard Warnings

About this User Manual

1.2.1

Certification

1.2.2

Warranty

1.2.3

Registered Trademarks

2 Accessories Finder

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.5

Accessories for CANboardXL (PCI, PCIe, PXI)

Accessories for CANcardXL

Accessories for CANcardXLe

Accessories for CANcaseXL

Accessories for CANcaseXL log

2.6

2.7

Accessories for VN1610

Accessories for VN1611

2.8

2.9

Accessories for VN1630A

Accessories for VN1640A

2.10

Accessories for VN2610

2.11

Accessories for VN2640

2.12

Accessories for VN3300

2.13

Accessories for VN3600

2.14

Accessories for VN5610

2.15

Accessories for VN7570

2.16

Accessories for VN7572

2.17

Accessories for VN7600

2.18

Accessories for VN7610

2.19

Accessories for VN8910A

2.20

Accessories for VN8912

2.21

Accessories for VN8950

2.22

Accessories for VN8970

2.23

Accessories for VN8972

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3.1

3.2

Transceiver - Products

Piggybacks

3.1.1

CAN High-Speed

3.1.2

CAN Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

3.1.3

LIN

3.1.4

Single Wire CAN

3.1.5

Truck & Trailer CAN

3.1.6

Digital/Analog IO

3.1.7

J1708

3.1.8

FlexRay

Cabs

3.2.1

CAN High-Speed

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4.4

4.5

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4.7

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CAN Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

3.2.3

LIN

3.2.4

Single Wire CAN

3.2.5

Truck & Trailer CAN

3.2.6

Digital/Analog IO

3.2.7

J1708

TWINcabs

3.3.1

CAN High-/Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

3.3.2

LIN

Other Designs

Compatibility

Transceiver – Technical Data

D-SUB Pin assignment

CAN High-Speed

4.2.1

General Information

4.2.2

251

4.2.3

251opto

4.2.4

251mag

4.2.5

251fibre

4.2.6

1040mag

4.2.7

1041Aopto

4.2.8

1041Amag

4.2.9

1050

4.2.10

1050opto

4.2.11

1050mag

4.2.12

1051cap

4.2.13

1057Gcap

CAN Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

4.3.1

General Information

4.3.2

1054

4.3.3

1054opto

4.3.4

1054mag

4.3.5

1055cap

LIN

4.4.1

General Information

4.4.2

7269mag

Single Wire CAN

4.5.1

General Information

4.5.2

5790c

4.5.3

5790opto c

4.5.4

7356cap

J1708

4.6.1

General Information

4.6.2

65176opto

Truck & Trailer CAN

4.7.1

General Information

4.7.2

10011opto

Special Design

4.8.1

CANcab EVA

FlexRay

4.9.1

General Information

4.9.2

1080Amag

4.9.3

1082cap

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6.4

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6.7

6.8

6.9

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5.4

5.5

5.6

5.7

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7.2

7.3

7.4

IOcab 8444opto

Introduction

Digital Inputs and Outputs

5.2.1

Important Notes on Real Time Capability of Digital Outputs

Analog Inputs and Outputs

Digital PWM Output / Capture Inputs

Data Logging

Firmware Update

Technical Data

IOpiggy 8642

General Information

Digital Inputs/Outputs

Analog Inputs and Outputs

PWM Outputs (PWM0/PWM1)

PWM Input (PWM0)

Analog Comparator

Measurement Examples

D-SUB15 Pin Assignment

Technical Data

Cables and Connectors

CAN/LIN

7.1.1

CANcable 0

7.1.2

CANcable 1

7.1.3

CANcable A

7.1.4

CANcable TnT

7.1.5

CANcable TnT Term

7.1.6

CANcable Y

7.1.7

CANcable 2Y

7.1.8

CANterm 120

7.1.9

CANcable Set Pro

MOST

7.2.1

ECL Cable

7.2.2

Fiber Optic Cable

7.2.3

Fiber Optic Cable Coupling

FlexRay

7.3.1

FRcable A

7.3.2

FRcable AB

7.3.3

FRterm

7.3.4

FRcable Set

7.3.5

FR/CANcable 2Y

Miscellaneous

7.4.1

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (3-pin)

7.4.2

Breakout Box D62Y9

7.4.3

VNcable DSUB62

7.4.4

VNcable DSUB62 A

7.4.5

VNcable DSUB62 B

7.4.6

VNcable D62Y9

7.4.7

OBDcable CAN

7.4.8

OBDcable OEM GM

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8.2

8.3

7.4.9

OBDcable OEM01

7.4.10

VNcable DSUB37

7.4.11

Terminal Block DSUB37

Power Supply

Vector Power Supply Units

8.1.1

12 V / 1.25 A

8.1.2

12 V / 2.5 A

8.1.3

24 V / 2.5 A

On-Board Power Supply

8.2.1

Adapter Cable Binder Type 711

8.2.2

Adapter Cable ODU Connector

Power Supply Cable

8.3.1

ODU Connector / Bunch Plugs

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9.1

9.2

9.3

9.4

9.5

9.6

Time Synchronization

About Time Synchronization

9.1.1

General Information

9.1.2

Software Sync

9.1.3

Hardware Sync

SYNCcableXL

SYNCcable50

Multi SYNCbox External

Multi SYNCbox Internal

SyncBox XL

10 Miscellaneous

10.1

CardSafe

10.2

CANcaseXL log CardFix Kit – SD Card Protection

10.3

Empty Frame for VN8910

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1 Introduction

In this chapter you find the following information:

1.1

Safety Instructions and Hazard Warnings

1.2

About this User Manual

Certification

Warranty

Registered Trademarks

Introduction

page 6

page 7

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1.1 Safety Instructions and Hazard Warnings

Caution: This accessory is designed for the operation of a Vector interface which may control and/or otherwise influence the behavior of control systems and electronic control units. The operation of such interface may lead to serious hazards for life, body and property. In order to avoid personal injuries and damage to property, you have to read and understand the safety instructions and hazard warnings which are applicable for the interface prior to its installation and use. Keep this documentation

(manual) and the documentation of the interface always near the interface.

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1.2 About this User Manual

Conventions In the two following charts you will find the conventions used in the user manual regarding utilized spellings and symbols.

Style Utilization

bold Blocks, surface elements, window- and dialog names of the software. Accentuation of warnings and advices.

[OK]

File|Save

Push buttons in brackets

Notation for menus and menu entries

Microsoft Legally protected proper names and side notes.

Source Code File name and source code.

Hyperlink Hyperlinks and references.

<CTRL>+<S> Notation for shortcuts.

Symbol Utilization

Here you can obtain supplemental information.

This symbol calls your attention to warnings.

Here you can find additional information.

Here is an example that has been prepared for you.

Step-by-step instructions provide assistance at these points.

Instructions on editing files are found at these points.

This symbol warns you not to edit the specified file.

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1.2.1 Certification

Certified Quality

Management System

Vector Informatik GmbH has ISO 9001:2008 certification. The ISO standard is a globally recognized standard.

1.2.2 Warranty

Restriction of warranty

We reserve the right to change the contents of the documentation and the software without notice. Vector Informatik GmbH assumes no liability for correct contents or damages which are resulted from the usage of the documentation. We are grateful for references to mistakes or for suggestions for improvement to be able to offer you even more efficient products in the future.

1.2.3 Registered Trademarks

Registered trademarks

All trademarks mentioned in this documentation and if necessary third party registered are absolutely subject to the conditions of each valid label right and the rights of particular registered proprietor. All trademarks, trade names or company names are or can be trademarks or registered trademarks of their particular proprietors. All rights which are not expressly allowed are reserved. If an explicit label of trademarks, which are used in this documentation, fails, should not mean that a name is free of third party rights.

 Windows , Windows 7 , Windows 8.1

are trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.

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2 Accessories Finder

In this chapter you find the following information:

2.1

Accessories for CANboardXL (PCI, PCIe, PXI)

2.2

Accessories for CANcardXL

2.3

Accessories for CANcardXLe

2.4

Accessories for CANcaseXL

2.5

Accessories for CANcaseXL log

2.6

Accessories for VN1610

2.7

Accessories for VN1611

2.8

Accessories for VN1630A

2.9

Accessories for VN1640A

2.10 Accessories for VN2610

2.11 Accessories for VN2640

2.12 Accessories for VN3300

2.13 Accessories for VN3600

2.14 Accessories for VN5610

2.15 Accessories for VN7570

2.16 Accessories for VN7572

2.17 Accessories for VN7600

2.18 Accessories for VN7610

2.19 Accessories for VN8910A

2.20 Accessories for VN8912

2.21 Accessories for VN8950

2.22 Accessories for VN8970

2.23 Accessories for VN8972

Accessories Finder

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2.1 Accessories for CANboardXL (PCI, PCIe, PXI)

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Bus transceiver

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

2.2 Accessories for CANcardXL

Bus transceiver

CAN-/LINcabs (see section Compatibility on page 30)

IOcab 8444opto (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

SyncBox XL (page 122)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

2.3 Accessories for CANcardXLe

Bus transceiver

CAN-/LINcabs (see section Compatibility on page 30)

TWINcabs (see section Compatibility on page 30)

IOcab 8444opto (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

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CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

SyncBox XL (page 122)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

2.4 Accessories for CANcaseXL

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Bus transceiver

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Power supply

Vector Power Supply Unit 12 V / 1.25 A (page 109)

Adapter Cable Binder Type 711 (page 111)

2.5 Accessories for CANcaseXL log

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Bus transceiver

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Power supply

Vector Power Supply Unit 12 V / 1.25 A (page 109)

Adapter Cable Binder Type 711 (page 111)

Accessories Finder

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2.6 Accessories for VN1610

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANcable 2Y (page 91)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

2.7 Accessories for VN1611

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANcable 2Y (page 91)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

2.8 Accessories for VN1630A

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Bus transceiver

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANcable 2Y (page 91)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Accessories Finder

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2.9 Accessories for VN1640A

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Bus transceiver

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

2.10 Accessories for VN2610

Cables and connectors

Fiber Optic Cable (page 93)

Fiber Optic Cable Coupling (page 94)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Power supply

Vector Power Supply Unit 12 V / 1.25 A (page 109)

Adapter Cable Binder Type 711 (page 111)

2.11 Accessories for VN2640

Cables and connectors

ECL cable (page 93)

Fiber Optic Cable (page 93)

Fiber Optic Cable Coupling (page 94)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Power supply

Vector Power Supply Unit 12 V / 1.25 A (page 109)

Adapter Cable Binder Type 711 (page 111)

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2.12 Accessories for VN3300

FRpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Bus transceiver

Cables and connectors

FRcable A (page 95)

FRcable AB (page 96)

FRterm (page 97)

FRcable Set (page 97)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

2.13 Accessories for VN3600

FRpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Bus transceiver

Cables and connectors

FRcable A (page 95)

FRcable AB (page 96)

FRterm (page 97)

FRcable Set (page 97)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Power supply

Vector Power Supply Unit 12 V / 1.25 A (page 109)

Adapter Cable Binder Type 711 (page 111)

2.14 Accessories for VN5610

Cables and connectors

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANcable 2Y (page 91)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Power supply

Vector Power Supply Unit 12 V / 1.25 A (page 109)

Adapter Cable Binder Type 711 (page 111)

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2.15 Accessories for VN7570

Bus transceiver

FRpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

IOpiggy 8642 (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Cables and connectors

Breakout Box D62Y9 (page 99)

VNcable DSUB62 for Breakout Box (page 101)

VNcable DSUB62 A (101)

VNcable DSUB62 B (102)

VNcable D62Y9 (page 101)

FRcable A (page 95)

FRcable AB (page 96)

FRterm (page 97)

FRcable Set (page 97)

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

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2.16 Accessories for VN7572

Bus transceiver

FRpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

IOpiggy 8642 (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Cables and connectors

Breakout Box D62Y9 (page 99)

VNcable DSUB62 for Breakout Box (page 101)

VNcable DSUB62 A (101)

VNcable DSUB62 B (102)

VNcable D62Y9 (page 101)

FRcable A (page 95)

FRcable AB (page 96)

FRterm (page 97)

FRcable Set (page 97)

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

2.17 Accessories for VN7600

Bus transceiver

FRpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Cables and connectors

FRcable A (page 95)

FRcable AB (page 96)

FRterm (page 97)

FRcable Set (page 97)

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

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Power supply

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Vector Power Supply Unit 12 V / 1.25 A (page 109)

Adapter Cable Binder Type 711 (page 111)

2.18 Accessories for VN7610

Cables and connectors

FR/CANcable 2Y (page 98)

FRcable A (page 95)

FRcable AB (page 96)

FRterm (page 97)

FRcable Set (page 97)

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

2.19 Accessories for VN8910A

Cables and connectors

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Power supply

Vector Power Supply Unit 24 V / 2.5 A (page 110)

Adapter Cable ODU Connector (page 111)

ODU Connector / Bunch Plugs (page 112)

2.20 Accessories for VN8912

Cables and connectors

SYNCcableXL (page 119)

Multi SYNCbox (page 120)

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (page 99)

Power supply

Vector Power Supply Unit 24 V / 2.5 A (page 110)

Adapter Cable ODU Connector (page 111)

ODU Connector / Bunch Plugs (page 112)

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2.21 Accessories for VN8950

Bus transceiver

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

IOpiggy 8642 (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Cables and connectors

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

2.22 Accessories for VN8970

Bus transceiver

FRpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

IOpiggy 8642 (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Cables and connectors

FRcable A (page 95)

FRcable AB (page 96)

FRterm (page 97)

FRcable Set (page 97)

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANcable 2Y (page 91)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

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2.23 Accessories for VN8972

Bus transceiver

FRpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

CAN-/LINpiggies (see section Compatibility on page 30)

IOpiggy 8642 (see section Compatibility on page 30)

Cables and connectors

FRcable A (page 95)

FRcable AB (page 96)

FRterm (page 97)

FRcable Set (page 97)

CANcable0 (page 88)

CANcable1 (page 88)

CANcableA (page 89)

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

CANcable Y (page 90)

CANcable 2Y (page 91)

CANterm 120 (page 92)

CANcable Set Pro (page 92)

Accessories Finder

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In this chapter you find the following information:

3.1

Piggybacks

CAN High-Speed

CAN Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

LIN

Single Wire CAN

Truck & Trailer CAN

Digital/Analog IO

J1708

FlexRay

3.2

Cabs

CAN High-Speed

CAN Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

LIN

Single Wire CAN

Truck & Trailer CAN

Digital/Analog IO

J1708

3.3

TWINcabs

CAN High-/Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

LIN

3.4

Other Designs

3.5

Compatibility

Transceiver - Products

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page 28

page 29

page 30

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3.1 Piggybacks

Properties A Piggyback implements the interconnection of the network interface to a specific bus

(e. g. CAN/LIN/IO/FlexRay) by the use of various transceivers. The Piggyback is inserted in the network interface and can be replaced according to the bus requirements (please take note of the instructions in the network interface user manual).

Figure 1: Piggyback

Figure 2: Example with VN1630

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3.1.1 CAN High-Speed

CANpiggy Transceiver Description

251

251mag

251opto

1040mag

82C251 Without galvanic isolation.

82C251 Magnetically decoupled.

82C251 Optically decoupled.

TJA1040 Magnetically decoupled. Useful for partially powered networks.

1041Amag TJA1041A Magnetically decoupled, wakeupcapable.

1041Aopto TJA1041A Optically decoupled, wakeup-capable.

1050 TJA1050 Without galvanic isolation.

1050mag

1050opto

TJA1050 Magnetically decoupled.

TJA1050 Optically decoupled.

1051cap TJA1051 Capacitively decoupled. Suitable for

2 Mbit/s CAN and for CAN FD up to 8

Mbit/s.

1057Gcap TJA1057G Capacitively decoupled. Suitable for

2 Mbit/s CAN and for CAN FD up to 8

Mbit/s.

* discontinued

3.1.2 CAN Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

CANpiggy Transceiver Description

1054

1054opto

1054mag

1055cap

TJA1054 Without galvanic isolation.

TJA1054 Optically decoupled.

Switchable terminating resistor.

TJA1054 Magnetically decoupled.

Switchable terminating resistor.

TJA1055 Capacitively decoupled.

Switchable terminating resistor.

* discontinued

3.1.3 LIN

22070

Part no.

*

*

22085

22069

LINpiggy Transceiver Description

7269mag TLE7269 Compatible to LIN2.x physical layer (12 V and 24 V). Provides dominant and recessive stress functionality.

Part no.

22093

Part no.

22015

22040

*

22084

22082

*

*

22083

*

22122

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CANpiggy Transceiver Description

5790opto c

7356cap

AU5790 Optically decoupled. 100 Ω resistance can be activated automatically upon switching over to high-speed mode.

External power supply required.

NCV7356 Capacitively decoupled. 100 Ω resistance can be activated automatically upon switching over to high-speed mode.

External power supply required.

* discontinued

Part no.

*

22244

3.1.5 Truck & Trailer CAN

CANpiggy Transceiver Description

10011opto B10011S Optically decoupled. External power supply required.

Part no.

22031

3.1.6 Digital/Analog IO

IOpiggy Transceiver Description

8642 - For the VN8900 interface family. Used for generation and measurement of analog

and digital signals (see section IOpiggy

8642 on page 77).

Part no.

22208

3.1.7 J1708

J1708piggy Transceiver Description

65176opto SN65176B Optically decoupled.

Part no.

22060

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3.1.8 FlexRay

FRpiggy Transceiver Description

1080 2x TJA1080

(Ch A and B)

Without galvanic isolation.

1080Amag 2x TJA1080A

(Ch A and B)

Magnetically decoupled.

1082cap 2x TJA1082

(Ch A and B)

* discontinued

Capacitively decoupled.

With trigger feature.

FRpiggyC Transceiver Description

1082cap 2x TJA1082

(Ch A and B)

Compact FRpiggy.

Capacitively decoupled.

With trigger feature.

Transceiver - Products

Part no.

*

22096

22099

Part no.

22121

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3.2 Cabs

Properties Cabs are designed for use with CANcardXL/CANcardXLe and implement the interconnection of the network interface to a specific bus (e. g. CAN/LIN/IO) by the use of various transceivers. Cabs are connected to CANcardXL/CANcardXLe and can be changed according to the bus requirements.

Cab with one D-SUB connector

Technical data

Figure 3: Cab with a single channel

Channels

Housing

Dimensions

Cable length

Weight

Connectors

1

ABS plastic

100 mm x 16 mm x 16 mm (4.0 x 0.6 x 0.6 in)

Approx. 30 cm (1 ft.) at both ends

Approx. 100 g (3.5 oz.)

PC side : 15-pin plug-type connector to CANcardXL/XLe

Bus side: D-SUB9 connector per DIN 41652

3.2.1 CAN High-Speed

CANcab Transceiver Description

251

251mag

82C251 Without galvanic isolation.

82C251 Magnetically decoupled.

251opto 82C251 Optically decoupled.

251fibre PCA82C251 Two wire fiber optic cable.

1040mag TJA1040 Magnetically decoupled. Useful for partially powered networks.

1041Amag TJA1041A Magnetically decoupled. Wakeupcapable.

1041Aopto TJA1041A Optically decoupled. Wakeup-capable.

1050 TJA1050 Without galvanic isolation.

1050mag

1050opto

* discontinued

TJA1050 Magnetically decoupled.

TJA1050 Optically decoupled.

Part no.

22003

22049

22008

22058

22080

22078

*

*

22079

*

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CANcab Transceiver Description

1054

1054opto

1054mag

TJA1054 Without galvanic isolation.

TJA1054 Optically decoupled.

Switchable terminating resistor.

TJA1054 Magnetically decoupled.

Switchable terminating resistor.

* discontinued

3.2.3 LIN

Part no.

*

*

22081

LINcab

7269mag

Transceiver Description

TLE7269 Magnetically decoupled. Compatible to

LIN2.x physical layer (12 V and 24 V).

Provides dominant and recessive stress functionality.

Part no.

22094

3.2.4 Single Wire CAN

CANcab Transceiver Description

5790c

5790opto c

AU5790 Without galvanic isolation. 100 Ω resistance can be activated automatically upon switching over to high-speed mode.

External power supply required.

AU5790 Optically decoupled. 100 Ω resistance can be activated automatically upon switching over to high-speed mode.

External power supply required.

* discontinued

Part no.

*

22051

3.2.5 Truck & Trailer CAN

CANcab Transceiver Description

10011opto B10011S Recommended for CAN applications in the commercial vehicle area. External power supply required.

Part no.

22055

3.2.6 Digital/Analog IO

IOab

8444opto

Transceiver Description

- Used for generation and measurement of analog and digital signals (see section

IOcab 8444opto on page 62).

Part no.

22067

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3.2.7 J1708

J1708cab Transceiver Description

65176opto SN65176B Optically decoupled.

Transceiver - Products

Part no.

22056

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3.3 TWINcabs

Properties

The TWINcab merges two cabs in one and is designed for use with CANcardXLe.

One TWINcab offers two channels. The channel numbers are either 1/3 or 2/4 depending on the used connector on the CANcardXLe. If two TWINcabs on one

CANcardXLe are being used, four channels are available at the same time.

Info: The TWINcabs cannot be used with CANcardXL.

TWINcab with two D-SUB connectors

Technical data

Figure 4: Example TWINcab with 2x CAN

Channels

Housing

Dimensions

Cable length

Weight

Connectors

Insulation voltage

2

ABS plastic

110 mm x 35 mm x 17 mm (4.3 x 1.3 x 0.67 in)

Approx. 30 cm (1 ft.) at both ends

Approx. 105 g (3.75 oz)

PC side : 15-pin plug-type connector to CANcardXLe

Bus side: 2x D-SUB9 connector per DIN 41652

50 V

3.3.1 CAN High-/Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

TWINcab Transceiver Description

2x

1041Amag

1x

1041Amag

1x 1054A

2x TJA1041A Magnetically decoupled.

1x TJA1041A

1x TJA1054A

Magnetically decoupled. With one highspeed and one low-speed transceiver.

Wakeup-capable.

Part no.

22086

22092

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3.3.2 LIN

TWINcab Transceiver Description

2x 7269mag 2x TLE7269 Compatible to LIN2.x physical layer (12 V and 24 V). Provides dominant and recessive stress functionality.

Part no.

22088

3.4 Other Designs

Cab

EVA

Transceiver Description

User-specific Evaluation kit: Mounting of the CANcab user-specifically with bus transceivers using preassembled breadboards (see

section CANcab EVA on page 58).

Part no.

22009

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3.5 Compatibility

Transceiver Suitable transceivers for your network interface can be found in the following table.

Design

CAN High-Speed

CAN Low-Speed

LIN

Single Wire CAN

Truck & Trailer CAN

1054opto

1054mag

1055cap

5790c

5790opto c

7356cap

10011opto

6258opto

6259opto

6259mag

7259mag

7269mag

251

251opto

251mag

251fibre

1040mag

1041opto

1041Aopto

1041Amag

1050

1050opto

1050mag

1051cap

1057Gcap

1054 X

X

X

-

2

X

X

X

-

2

-

2

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

2

X

X

X

X

Cab

Cab/

Twin

Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

O

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

-

X

-

X

X

-

X

X

-

X

X

O

X

X

O

O

-

X

X

-

-

X

O

-

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

O

X

X

-

-

X

X

-

O

X

X

O

O

X

-

O

X

-

X

X

X

-

2

X

X

X

-

2

-

2

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

2

X

X

X

X

-

X

-

X

X

O

X

X

X

-

-

-

-

X

X

-

O

X

X

O

O

X

-

O

X

-

-

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

O

X

X

-

-

X

X

-

O

X

X

O

O

X

-

O

X

-

-

X

-

X

X

X

X

X

O

X

X

-

-

X

X

-

O

X

X

O

O

X

-

O

X

-

-

X

-

X

X

O

X

X

X

-

-

-

-

X

X

-

O

X

X

O

O

X

-

O

X

-

X

X

X

X

-

3

X

X

X

-

3

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

-

-

X

O

X

X

-

-

-

-

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Design

FlexRay

Miscellaneous

1080

1080mag

1080Amag

1082cap

8444opto

8642

J1708

65176opto

X

-

-

-

-

-

Cab

Cab/

Twin

Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy Piggy

X

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

X

X

X

X

-

-

-

X

1

-

X

-

-

-

X

1

-

X

-

-

X

X

X

X

-

X

-

-

-

-

X

-

X

-

X

X

-

-

-

X

1

-

X

X X X X - X X - X X X

2

3

X

O

-

1

Cab

Cab (see section Cabs on page 25)

Twin

TWINcab (see section TWINcabs on page 28)

Piggy

Piggyback (see section Piggybacks on page 21)

supported not recommended (mags/caps have better propagation delays and less current consumption) not supported

Compact FlexRay Piggybacks only

Piggyback only supported with a future driver update

Reference: Please refer to our Vector KnowledgeBase for the latest list: https://vector.com/kbp/entry/219/

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In this chapter you find the following information:

4.1

D-SUB Pin assignment

4.2

CAN High-Speed

4.3

CAN Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

4.4

LIN

4.5

Single Wire CAN

4.6

J1708

4.7

Truck & Trailer CAN

4.8

Special Design

4.9

FlexRay

Transceiver – Technical Data

page 33

page 35

page 42 page 48

page 51 page 55

page 56

page 58

page 59

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4.1 D-SUB Pin assignment

Primary pin assignment

CAN High-Speed

CAN Low-Speed

FlexRay

J1708

IO

Single Wire CAN

Truck & Trailer CAN

LIN

Details

The following table shows the pin assignment of the network interface’s D-SUB connector, when a Cab/Piggyback is used individually or, if the D-SUB has a double pin assignment, used as the primary channel.

1054mag

1055cap

5790c

5790opto c

7356cap

10011opto

7269mag

1080Amag

1082cap

65176opto

8444opto

8642

251

251opto

251mag

251fibre

1040mag

1041Aopto

1041Amag

1050

1050opto

1050mag

1051cap

1057Gcap

1054

1054opto

-

CAN H

CAN L

-

-

-

Trig

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Pin 1

-

-

-

-

-

BM A

BM A

A

CAN L

CAN L

-

-

-

CAN L

Pin 2 Pin 3

CAN L GND

CAN L

CAN L

CAN L

VB-

VB-

VB-

CAN L

CAN L

VB-

VB-

CAN L VB-

CAN L GND

CAN L

CAN L

CAN L

CAN L

VB-

VB-

VB-

VB-

CAN L GND

CAN L VB-

Pin 4

-

-

-

-

Split

Split

Split

-

-

-

-

-

-

Pin 5

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

Shield

-/RT1 Shield

Pin 6

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Pin 7

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

CAN H

Pin 8

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Pin 9

-

-

-

VB+

-

(VB+)

(VB+)

-

-

-

-

-

CAN H - (VBatt)

CAN H -/RT2 (VB+)

VB-

VB-

GND

VB-

VB-

VB-

-/RT1 Shield

RT1

-

Shield

R100 Shield

R100 Shield

R100 Shield

Shield

-

-

-

-

-

-

VB-

VB-

VB-

Pdis Shield

BM B Shield

BM B Shield

-

-

-

VB- - Shield -

see section IOcab 8444opto on page 62

see section IOpiggy 8642 on page 77

B

LIN

BP A

BP A

CAN H -/RT2 (VB+)

CAN H - (VB+)

CAN - VBatt

CAN

CAN

CAN H

-

-

-

VB+

VB+

Vs

-

BP B

BP B

-

(VB+)

-

-

-

Reserved, e. g. for the secondary pin assignment of built-in transceivers in a network interface (e. g. VN1630 CH1/CH3, CH2/4).

CAN High.

CAN Low.

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GND

VB-

VB+

(VB+)

Vs

Shield

VBatt

(VBatt)

R100

Pdis

RT1

RT2

Trig

BP

BM

Ground.

Electrically decoupled ground.

Positive supply voltage for electrically decoupled Cabs/Piggybacks.

For voltage range see technical data of the according transceiver.

VB+ optional.

Positive supply voltage for Truck & Trailer CAN.

Shield.

Positive supply voltage for Cabs/Piggybacks without galvanic isolation.

For voltage range see technical data of the according transceiver.

VBatt optional.

If a single-wire CANcab/CANpiggy is operated in a high-speed network, a terminating resistor must be placed in the network between CAN High and GND/VB-. In high-speed mode, the CANcab/CANpiggy connects such a resistor (100 Ohm) in the circuit when a shunt is placed between pin 7 (CAN High) and pin 4 (R100).

Power disable. If pin 4 (Pdis) is connected to pin 3 (VB-), the internal power supply is disabled. In this case an external power supply is required at pin 9 (VB+).

Only CANcab 1054mag, CANpiggy 1055cap

If this pin is connected to pin 3 (VB-), the internal terminating resistor is reduced to

500 Ohm.

Note: Also valid for CANpiggy 1054mag when used with VN8970 or VN1600 interface family.

Only CANpiggy 1054mag:

If this pin is connected to pin 3 (VB-), the internal terminating resistor is reduced to

500 Ohm.

Note: Not valid for VN8970 or VN1600 interface family. See RT1.

Trigger (see user’s manual for further details).

Bus plus.

Bus minus.

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4.2 CAN High-Speed

4.2.1 General Information

Properties High-speed Cabs and Piggybacks are fully compatible to the ISO 11898-2 standard and may be implemented for transmission rates up to 2 Mbit/s.

Bus level

Test setup

Figure 5: Connection between network interface and ECU e. g. via CANcable1

4.2.2 251

Technical data Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

4.2.3 251opto

Technical data Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

By Vector network interface

Approx. 30 mA (typ.)

PCA82C251

Up to 2 Mbit/s

By Vector network interface

Approx. 60 mA (typ.)

PCA82C251

1 Mbit/s

Optical: HCPL-0720-500 or compatible

50 V

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Galvanic isolation

4.2.4 251mag

Technical data

Galvanic isolation

Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

By Vector network interface

Approx. 60 mA (typ.)

PCA82C251

Up to 2 Mbit/s

Magnetically: ADuM 1100

50 V

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

4.2.5 251fibre

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

Note: The 251fibre is only available as Cab.

Technical data

Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Optocoupler

Fiber optic connector

Fiber optic coupler

Total delay time

Dimensions

Weight

Housing

Maximal length

PC side: by Vector network interface

Bus side: external supply 6 V…36 V DC

PC side: 50 mA at 250 kBit/s

Bus side: 50 mA (typ.)

PCA82C251 or compatible

500 kbit/s

HCPL-0720-500 or compatible

(typ. delay time approx. 30 ns)

HP type HFBR 0508

HP HFBR1528/HFBR2528

360 ns (typ.) + 2 x 5 ns/m fiber LWL

76 mm x 30 mm x 22 mm (approx. 3 x 1.2 x 0.9 in)

150 g

Black anodized aluminum

25 m (1 mm POF), at 500 kbit/s (85% sampling point)

50 m (200 µm HCS), at 250 kbit/s (85% sampling point)

Hardware The CANcab 251fibre consists of two separate components, which are interconnected by a two-conductor fiber-optic cable. One component is connected to the CANcardXL via the I/O connector, and the other component is connected to the

CAN bus via a D-SUB9 connector. The CANcab 251fibre is connected via a HFBR-

0508 (optical couplers: HP modules HFBR-1528/HFBR-2528).

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Bus-side voltage supply

Figure 6: Connecting CANcab 251fibre to CANcardXL

The CANcab 251fibre has to be externally supplied via pin 9.

Figure 7: Connecting CANcab 251fibre to ECU

4.2.6 1040mag

Technical data Voltage supply

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Minimal baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

Further properties

Galvanic isolation

By Vector network interface

TJA1040

1 Mbit/s

40 kbit/s

Magnetically: ADuM 1100

50 V

No unwanted error frames are generated

(e. g. during shutdown)

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

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4.2.7 1041Aopto

Technical data

Voltage supply

Galvanic isolation

External voltage supply

Split termination

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Minimal baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

By Vector network interface or external 12 V…18 V DC

TJA1041A

1 Mbit/s

40 kbit/s

Optical: HCPL-0720-500 or compatible

(typ. delay time approx. 30 ns)

50 V

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

An external voltage supply is possible via pin 9 at the D-SUB9 connector. The under voltage error detection of the transceiver is not possible in this case. This applies to both V

Batt

and V

CC.

The concept of split termination is depicted in Figure 8. In normal mode, this

terminates the common mode signals via a capacitor to ground at the center tap point of the two 60 Ohm resistors. This is an attempt to achieve a kind of stabilization of the recessive bus voltage of approx. 2.5 V. In all other modes, pin 4 is high impedance, and therefore the split termination is deactivated. The recommended capacitance value of capacitor C

Split

is 4.7 nF.

The series resistance in the split line that is recommended for some applications is not needed here, since a lost ground may be caused only by a defect in the

CANcab/CANpiggy.

Figure 8: Setup example with external voltage supply and split termination

Programming of the normal and sleep Mode

The CANcab/CANpiggy 1041Aopto/mag supports both normal mode and sleep mode.

Switching between these modes is either done with the

xlCANSetChannelTransceiver function of the XL Driver Library or with the CAPL function setCanCabsMode. Regarding this function it should be noted that the channel number is the logical channel number used by CANalyzer or CANoe according to the allocation in the Vector Hardware Configuration.

The setCanCabsMode function has four parameters: ntype, nchannel, nmode and nflags each of type long. For high-speed CANcabs/CANpiggies the following values are valid:

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0 nchannel

0…n nmode

0

1 nflags

1

Meaning

Reserved and must be set to 0

Meaning

CAN channel to be set

Meaning

NORMAL

SLEEP

Meaning

AUTOWAKEUP, only together with SLEEP

Example: The following example shows how to switch the CANcab/CANpiggy

1041Aopto/mag to standby mode with CANalyzer/CANoe and a CAPL program. variables

{

} on key '1'

{

write ("CAN1 High-Speed: Normal Mode");

setCanCabsMode(0, 1, 0, 0);

} on key '2'

{

write ("CAN1 High-Speed: Sleep Mode");

setCanCabsMode(0, 1, 1, 1);

} on key '3'

{

write ("CAN2 High-Speed: Normal Mode");

setCanCabsMode(0, 2, 0, 0);

} on key '4'

{

write ("CAN2 High-Speed: Sleep Mode");

setCanCabsMode(0, 2, 1, 1);

}

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4.2.8 1041Amag

Technical data

Voltage supply

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Minimal baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

Further properties

Galvanic isolation

By Vector network interface or external 12 V…18 V DC

TJA1041A

1 Mbit/s

40 kbit/s

Magnetically: ADuM 1100

50 V

No unwanted error frames are generated

(e.g. during shutdown)

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

Reference:

Programming of the normal/sleep mode see section 1041Aopto on page

38.

4.2.9 1050

Technical data Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

By Vector network interface

Approx. 30 mA (typ.)

TJA1050

1 Mbit/s

4.2.10 1050opto

Technical data

Galvanic isolation

Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

By Vector network interface

Approx. 60 mA (typ.)

TJA1050

1 Mbit/s

Optical: HCPL-0720-500 or compatible

50 V

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

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4.2.11 1050mag

Technical data Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

Further properties

Galvanic isolation

By Vector network interface

Approx. 60 mA (typ.)

TJA1050

1 Mbit/s

Magnetically: ADuM 1100

50 V

No unwanted error frames are generated

(e.g. during shutdown)

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

4.2.12 1051cap

Note: This transceiver is only available as Piggyback.

Technical data

Galvanic isolation

Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Further properties

By Vector network interface

Approx. 60 mA (typ.)

TJA1051

CAN High-Speed: 2 Mbit/s

CAN FD: 8 Mbit/s

No unwanted error frames are generated

(e.g. during shutdown)

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

4.2.13 1057Gcap

Note: This transceiver is only available as Piggyback.

Technical data

Galvanic isolation

Voltage supply

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Further properties

By Vector network interface

TJA1057G

CAN High-Speed: 2 Mbit/s

CAN FD: up to 8 Mbit/s

No unwanted error frames are generated

(e.g. during shutdown)

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

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4.3 CAN Low-Speed (fault tolerant)

4.3.1 General Information

Properties The low-speed CANcabs/CANpiggies are fully compatible to the ISO 11898-3 standard and can be implemented for transmission rates of up to 125 kbit/s.

Bus level in normal mode

Bus level in standby/ sleep mode

CAN Low

CAN High

Approx. voltage supply

Approx. 0 V

Note: The voltage value of CAN Low depends on many factors and may fluctuate significantly in practice.

If all bus nodes are in sleep mode, the transceivers connect CAN Low to VBatt via the terminating resistance RTL. Since the transceivers have different supply voltages, this results in cross currents between the CAN nodes via the terminating resistors. In sleep mode, this can lead to false readings when measuring supply currents.

Test setup

Figure 9: Connection between network interface and ECU e. g. via CANcable0

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4.3.2 1054

Technical data

Programming of normal/sleep modes setCanCabsMode

Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Minimal baudrate ntype

0 nchannel

0…n nmode

0

1

Meaning

Reserved and must be set to 0

Meaning

CAN channel to be set

Meaning

NORMAL

SLEEP

By Vector network interface or external 12 V…18 V DC

Approx. 20 mA (typ.)

TJA1054

125 kbit/s

40 kbit/s

The 1054 (mag/opto) supports both normal mode and sleep mode.

It is possible to toggle between the modes either with the xlCANSetChannel

Transceiver function of the XL Driver Library or with the CAPL function

setCanCabsMode. Regarding this function, it should be noted that the channel number is the logical channel number used by CANalyzer or CANoe according to the allocation in the Vector Hardware Configuration.

The setCanCabsMode function has four parameters: ntype, nchannel, nmode and nflags each of type long. For low-speed CANcabs/CANpiggies the following values are valid: nflags

1

Meaning

AUTOWAKEUP, only with SLEEP

Example: The following example shows how to switch the CANcab/CANpiggy

1054(mag/opto) to standby mode with CANalyzer/CANoe and a CAPL program. variables

{

} on key '1'

{

write ("CAN1 High-Speed: Normal Mode");

setCanCabsMode(0, 1, 0, 0);

} on key '2'

{

write ("CAN1 High-Speed: Sleep Mode");

setCanCabsMode(0, 1, 1, 1);

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} on key '3'

{

write ("CAN2 High-Speed: Normal Mode");

setCanCabsMode(0, 2, 0, 0);

} on key '4'

{

write ("CAN2 High-Speed: Sleep Mode");

setCanCabsMode(0, 2, 1, 1);

}

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4.3.3 1054opto

Technical data

Voltage supply

Galvanic isolation

External voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Minimal baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

Further properties

By Vector network interface or external 12 V…18 V DC

Approx. 60 mA (typ.)

TJA1054

125 kbit/s

40 kbit/s

Optical: HCPL-0720-500 or compatible

50 V

Switchable terminating resistor

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

The bus-side voltage can be supplied by an external voltage source. This is especially recommended if current measurements are performed on the ECU while the CAN bus is in sleep mode.

Reference:

Programming of the normal/sleep mode see section 1054 on page 43.

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4.3.4 1054mag

Technical data

Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximal baudrate

Minimal baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

Further properties

By Vector Network interface or external 12 V…18 V DC

Approx. 60 mA (typ.)

TJA1054

125 kbit/s

40 kbit/s

Magnetically: ADuM 1100

50 V

No unwanted error frames are generated

(e.g. during shutdown).

Switchable terminating resistor.

Galvanic isolation With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

External voltage supply

The bus-side voltage can be supplied by an external voltage source. This is especially recommended if current measurements are performed on the ECU while the CAN bus is in sleep mode.

Switchable terminating resistors

The 1054opto/mag has an internal switchable terminating resistor.

Via parallel connection, the terminating resistor is reduced from 4.7 kOhm to

500 Ohm. This is useful in applications where only a few ECUs exist in the network.

Figure 10: Switching terminating resistors

To enable the terminating resistor, pin 4 or pin 8 of the D-SUB9 connector has to be

connected to ground (see details on RT1/RT2 on page 34). If pin 4 or pin 8 is not

connected to ground, the value of the terminating resistor is 4.7 kOhm.

Reference:

Programming of the normal/sleep mode see section 1054 on page 43.

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4.3.5 1055cap

Note: This transceiver is only available as Piggyback.

Technical data

Voltage supply

Transceiver

Maximal baudrate

Minimal baudrate

Further properties

By Vector Network interface or external 12 V…18 V DC

TJA1055

125 kbit/s

40 kbit/s

No unwanted error frames are generated

(e.g. during shutdown).

Switchable terminating resistor.

Galvanic isolation With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

External voltage supply

The bus-side voltage can be supplied by an external voltage source. This is especially recommended if current measurements are performed on the ECU while the CAN bus is in sleep mode.

Switchable terminating resistors

The 1055cap has an internal switchable terminating resistor.

Via parallel connection, the terminating resistor is reduced from 4.7 kOhm to

500 Ohm. This is useful in applications where only a few ECUs exist in the network.

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Figure 11: Switching terminating resistors

To enable the terminating resistor, pin 4 of the D-SUB9 connector has to be

connected to ground (see details on RT1 on page 34). If pin 4 is not connected to

ground, the value of the terminating resistor is 4.7 kOhm.

Reference:

Programming of the normal/sleep mode see section 1054 on page 43.

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4.4 LIN

4.4.1 General Information

Properties The LINcab/LINpiggy conforms to the LIN standard (Local Interconnect Network) and is specified for transmission rates of up to 20 kbit/s in normal mode as well as

115 kbit/s in flash mode.

The LIN bus communicates over a single-wire bus and is based on a master-slave concept. Consequently, no arbitration or collision management is needed in the slave nodes.

LIN communication principle:

 The LIN master generates the message header and places it on the bus. The message header consists of the sync break, sync field and ID field.

 The addressed LIN slave node places its message response on the bus after the message header. The message response is composed of 0...7 data bytes, and a checksum field.

 The individual bytes of a message are transmitted according to the conventional

UART protocol (1 start bit, 8 data bits, and 1 stop bit).

Bus level The following figure depicts the voltage levels on the LIN bus. V

Batt

is the supply voltage of the ECU that is LIN master. The bus voltage can be changed to the recessive case (V

Sup

) by means of filter elements and dynamic voltage changes in the supply voltage of the master ECU.

Bus-side voltage supply

Since the recessive level on the bus depends on the supply voltage of the master, it is advisable to operate the LINcab/LINpiggy with an external supply voltage that is also used by the other bus nodes. This prevents cross currents between the individual nodes on the LIN bus.

Connecting pin 4 (Pdis) with pin 3 (VB-) of the D-SUB of the network interface disables the internal voltage supply of the LINcab/LINpiggy. This makes it possible to perform measurements on the LIN bus, even with an external supply below 12 V.

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Note: If an external master resistor and an external voltage supply are being used at the D-SUB9 connector of the LINcab/LINpiggy, a diode should be connected in series

(see figure below). The LINcab/LINpiggy will be supplied by the LIN bus over the external master resistor, if the external voltage supply is broken. This damping diode is necessary according to the LIN specification.

4.4.2 7269mag

Technical data

Voltage supply

Current consumption

By Vector network interface or external 12 V…36 V DC

30 mA (typ.)

Transceiver TLE7269

Maximal baudrate Normal mode: 20 kbit/s

Flash mode: 115 kbit/s*

*Depending on the bus physics, the maximum data rate can be up to

330 kbit/s, see notes in the network interface manuals.

Magnetically: ADuM 1100 Isolation

Insulation voltage 50 V

Bus termination Mastermode: 1 kOhm

Slavemode: 30 kOhm

Galvanic isolation With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the LIN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

Properties The 7269mag transceiver is designed for 24 V applications. In addition, it has a time out counter, which avoids a constant dominant level on the LIN bus in error cases.

The minimum switch off time of the transceiver is 6 ms.

Stress functionality The stress functionality of the LINcab/TWINcab and LINpiggy enables you to disturb the LIN bus by dominant or recessive disturbing bits. The disturbing bits can be any length.

Note: Recessive disturbing sequences have no current limitation, but dominant disturbing bits are protected by a 100 mA fuse.

In case of dominant disturbing bits the LINcab/TWINcab/LINpiggy 7269mag has a protection against thermal overloads. The LINcab/TWINcab/LINpiggy must be externally supplied to use recessive disturbing mode.

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Minimal baudrate

Flash mode

Due to the dominant timeout (6 …20 ms) of the TLE7269, it may not be possible to transmit a LIN header at baudrates below 5 kbit/s with the maximum break-field of 30 bits (minimum 13 bits):

Baudrate = [1/(minimal Timeout [ms]/Break-Field-Length [bit]] * 1000

Baudrate = [1/( 6 ms/30 bit)] * 1000

Baudrate = 5000 bits/seconds

Therefore dominant sequences longer than 6 ms (e. g. for LIN headers below 5 kbit/s) are created using the LINcab's/LINpiggy's integrated transistor circuitry.

The flash mode enables higher data transmission rates which can be used for programming microcontrollers during the ECU production. This is possible by an increased slew rate of the transceiver, which may also affect EMC properties.

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4.5 Single Wire CAN

4.5.1 General Information

Bus levels

Transceiver – Technical Data

Bus communication To establish communications between the individual network nodes, VB+ has to be connected to pin 9, GND/VB- to pin 3 and CAN to pin 7 at the D-SUB connector.

If the Single Wire CANcab/CANpiggy is operated in a high-speed network, a terminating resistor must be available between CAN High and GND/VB-. In highspeed mode, such a resistor (100 Ohm) is enabled by the CANcab/CANpiggy if pin 7

(CAN High) is connected to pin 4 (R100).

The resistor is disabled, if the CANcab/CANpiggy switches back to normal mode. To implement higher impedance terminating resistances, another resistor (R

R

) may also be added instead of a direct connection between CAN High and R100. The total resistance is R

R

+100 Ohm.

4.5.2 5790c

Technical data Voltage supply

Transceiver

Maximal baudrate

External 12 V…18 V DC

AU5790

Low-Speed: 40 kbit/s

High-Speed: 100 kbit/s

External voltage supply

Programming transceiver modes

The CANcab/CANpiggy has to be operated with an external voltage supply. This voltage is used as the level for the dominant state of the wakeup message.

The Single Wire CAN transceiver supports normal mode, high-speed mode and sleep mode.

Switching the transceiver modes is either done by the

xlCANSetChannelTransceiver function of the XL Driver Library or by the CAPL function setCanCabsMode. Regarding this function it should be noted that the channel number used by CANalyzer or CANoe is the logical channel number.

Furthermore, it is not possible to set the mode explicitly for one channel while preserving the mode of the other channel; modes must always be set for both channels.

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The setCanCabsMode function has four parameters: ntype, nchannel, nmode and nflags each of type long. For Single Wire CANcabs/CANpiggies the following values are valid: ntype

0

Meaning

Reserved and must be set to 0 nchannel

0…n nmode

0

1

2

3

Meaning

CAN channel to be set

Meaning

NORMAL

SLEEP

HIVOLTAGE

HISPEED nflags

1

2

Meaning

AUTOWAKEUP, only with SLEEP

HIGHPRIO, only CANcab 5790c, 1 = clear send buffer

Transmission rate For normal data exchange, normal mode is used with a transmission rate of up to

40 kbit/s. The high-speed mode is available for transmission rates up to 100 kbit/s, for example for flash programming. However, in this mode the number of bus nodes is limited. The high-voltage mode is needed to send the high-voltage wakeup message

(12 V). The transceive r’s transmitter is deactivated in sleep mode. Additionally, there is a high priority flag which clears all send buffers.

Example: Example of a CAPL program for sending a high-voltage wakeup message on CAN channel 1. CAN channel 2 is unused in normal mode. variables

{

message 0x100 msg;

} on start

{

msg.CAN = 1;

msg.DLC = 0;

} on key 'w'

{

// Switch transceiver of channel 1 in high-voltage mode,

// transceiver of channel 2 in normal mode.

setCanCabsMode(0, 1, 2, 0);

setCanCabsMode(0, 2, 0, 0);

// Send message.

output(msg);

// After wake-up message switch transceivers of both channels

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// back to normal mode.

setCanCabsMode(0, 1, 0, 0);

setCanCabsMode(0, 2, 0, 0);

} on message *

{

output(this);

}

4.5.3 5790opto c

Technical data Voltage supply

Transceiver

Maximal baudrate

Optocoupler

Galvanic isolation

External voltage supply

Insulation voltage

External 12 V…18 V DC

AU5790

Low-Speed: 40 kbit/s

High-Speed: 100 kbit/s

HCPL-0720-500 or compatible

(typ. Delay time approx. 30 ns)

50 V

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

The CANcab/CANpiggy has to be operated with an external voltage supply. This voltage is used as the level for the dominant state of the Wake-Up message.

Reference:

Programming of the normal/sleep mode see section 5790c on page 51.

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4.5.4 7356cap

Note: This transceiver is available as Piggyback only.

Technical data

Galvanic isolation

External voltage supply

Voltage supply

Transceiver

Maximum baudrate

Further properties

External 12 V…18 V DC

NCV7356

Low-Speed: 40 kbit/s

High-Speed: 100 kbit/s

No unwanted error frames are generated

(e.g. during shutdown)

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

The CANcab/CANpiggy has to be operated with an external voltage supply. This voltage is used as the level for the dominant state of the wakeup message.

Reference:

Programming of the normal/sleep mode see section 5790c on page 51.

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4.6 J1708

4.6.1 General Information

Properties These transceivers enable access to serial networks according SAE standard J1708 respective J1587 and is used predominantly in commercial vehicles. Typical applications of the J1708 network are diagnostic and process data communication.

4.6.2 65176opto

Technical data

Galvanic isolation

Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximal baudrate

Isolation

Bus termination

By Vector Network interface

Approx. 200 mA

SN65176B

9.6 kbit/s

Optical: HCPL-0720-500 or compatible yes, 2 x 4.7 kOhm

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

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4.7 Truck & Trailer CAN

4.7.1 General Information

Properties The Truck & Trailer CANcab/CANpiggy is compatible with the ISO 11992-1 standard and has been developed for CAN low-speed applications in the commercial vehicle area. The maximum transmission speed is 250 kbit/s. The possible single-wire modes for this transceiver are only supported by the XL Driver Library.

Bus level

Recessive state The recessive state is described by the following voltage relation:

V s

: bus side voltage

V

CAN H

= 1/3 V s

V

CAN_L

= 2/3 V s

Dominant state For the dominant levels this relation applies:

V

CAN_H

= 2/3 V s

V

CAN_L

= 1/3 V s

Differential voltage This yields the following differential voltage

V diff

= V

CAN_L

- V

CAN_H

V diff

= 1/3 V s

recessive state

V diff

= -1/3 V s

dominant state

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4.7.2 10011opto

Technical data

Galvanic isolation

Voltage supply

Current consumption

Transceiver

Maximal baudrate

Isolation

Insulation voltage

External 16 V…32 V DC

120 mA (typ.)

B10011S

250 kbit/s

Optical: HCPL-0720-500 or compatible

50 V

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the CAN bus.

The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

Connection cable The following connection cables can be used with the 10011opto:

CANcable TnT (page 89)

CANcable TnT Term (page 90)

Test setup with

CANcable TnT

Hardware

Bus-side voltage supply

The CANcable TnT has a D-SUB9 connector and four bunch plugs to connect to an external voltage supply and the CAN bus.

According to ISO 11992-1, a Truck & Trailer CAN system consists of two nodes, which should be terminated. If the Vector network interface is used together with the

CANcab/CANpiggy 10011opto to observe bus traffic between two real ECUs, the

CANcable TnT should be used, since both ECUs already have a terminating resistor.

If only one real ECU is connected to the CANcab/CANpiggy 10011opto, the

CANcable TnT Term should be used.

The CANcab/CANpiggy 10011opto has to be operated with an external voltage supply. ISO 11992-1 specifies at least 16 V supply voltage (V

S

) for 24 V systems.

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4.8 Special Design

4.8.1 CANcab EVA

General The CANcab EVA is an evaluation kit which can be used to customize the connection setup between the CANcardXL/CANcardXLe and the CAN bus. For this purpose the

PCB can be populated with specific bus transceivers.

CANcab EVA

Details Connection points for cable to CANcardXL.

Soldered connectors CN1, TB2, TB4

Series of holes for

+5V power supply Series of holes for GND

Connection points for cable to CAN bus.

Soldered connector CN2

To

CAN bus

Signals from and to CANcardXL Hole grid PC-board for application-specific component placement

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4.9 FlexRay

4.9.1 General Information

Properties The FlexRay transceivers are compatible to the FlexRay Communications System

Electrical Physical Layer Specification Version 2.1 Rev. A and can be used with

10 Mbit/s per channel (A/B).

Bus level

4.9.2 1080Amag

Note: This transceiver is available as Piggyback only.

Technical data

Galvanic isolation

Voltage supply

Transceiver

Baudrate

By Vector network interface

TJA1080A

10 Mbit/s

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the FlexRay bus. The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

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4.9.3 1082cap

Note: This transceiver is available as Piggyback only.

Technical data

Galvanic isolation

Voltage supply

Transceiver

Baudrate

Further properties

By Vector network interface

TJA1082

10 Mbit/s

Trigger

With this transceiver, the network interface is electrically isolated from the FlexRay bus. The transceivers’ voltage supply is electrically isolated via a DC/DC converter.

Trigger The FlexRay interface family offers several pins for dedicated trigger applications

(see the according pin assignment).

The configuration of the triggers and their actions is set in the application

(e. g. CANoe). The following picture depicts the internal circuit of a trigger pin.

Input

Figure 12: Trigger input and output

If the trigger pin is used for input, the trigger will be fired by a falling edge on the trigger line. The trigger is processed inside the application. If the trigger input is being wired, the internal 4.7 kOhm resistor must be kept in mind.

Figure 13: Trigger input

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Output

Transceiver – Technical Data

If the trigger pin is used for output, the trigger of the application releases a falling edge on the trigger line. By using external pull up resistors, the maximum allowed load is 5 mA.

Figure 14: Trigger output

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5 IOcab 8444opto

In this chapter you find the following information:

5.1

Introduction

5.2

Digital Inputs and Outputs

Important Notes on Real Time Capability of Digital Outputs

5.3

Analog Inputs and Outputs

5.4

Digital PWM Output / Capture Inputs

5.5

Data Logging

5.6

Firmware Update

5.7

Technical Data

IOcab 8444opto

page 63

page 65

page 67

page 69

page 70

page 71

page 73

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5.1 Introduction

System requirements The IOcab can be connected to the CANcardXL or to the CANcardXLe only. Other interface cards are not supported.

The IOcab is supported by:

 CANoe Version 5.0 SP2 or higher

 CANape Version 5.0 SP2 or higher

XL Driver Library 5.0 or higher

Functional description

The IOcab 8444opto was specifically developed for measurement and control applications in the CAN, LIN and MOST environments. It is used in automotive development applications and in industrial automation and related areas.

The IOcab offers these features:

 8x digital inputs

 4x digital outputs

 4x analog inputs

4x analog outputs

 1x analog comparator

 1x PWM (pulse width modulation) output

 2x Capture inputs (only one input can be used at the same time) as well as

 highly-precise acquisition and stimulation over all inputs and outputs

 synchronization of CAN, LIN, MOST, and FlexRay messages.

The time stamp generated at each measurement point makes it possible to achieve precise time correlation between a measurement point and messages on different bus systems.

Electrical isolation has been integrated in the IOcab to protect the connected computer and to avoid measurement errors. This decoupling method electrically isolates the PC from all signals of the D-SUB15 connector. However, there is no electrical isolation between the various signals of the D-SUB15 connector. The shielding (shell of the D-SUB15 socket) is connected to PC ground.

Connectors and pin assignments

The IOcab is connected to the PC with a CANcardXL/XLe via a 15-pin flat-cable connector. The user can access the digital and analog inputs and outputs of the

IOcab via the 15-pin D-SUB connector.

The pin assignment of the D-SUB15 plug connector is as follows:

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Pin assignment

Shielding

Pin Name Description

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

DIO0 Digital

DIO2 Digital

DIO4 Digital

DIO6 Digital

DPWM Digital

Input 0/Output 0

Input 2/Output 1

Input 4/Output 2/Capture In 2

Input 6/Output 3

PWM Out/Capture In 1

AGND Reference ground for Analog In/Out

AIO1 Analog Input 1/Output 1

AIO3 Analog

DIO1 Digital

Input 3/Output 3/Comp.Trigger

Input 1/Output 0

DIO3 Digital

DIO5 Digital

DIO7 Digital

Input 3/Output 1

Input 5/Output 2

Input 7/Output 3

13 DGND Reference ground for Digital Input and PWM

14 AIO0 Analog Input 0/Output 0

15 AIO2 Analog

Shield

Input 2/Output 2

Shielding PC ground

AGND and DGND are routed separately for shielding reasons, but are directly connected (low frequency) in IOcab 8444opto.

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5.2 Digital Inputs and Outputs

Implementation The digital outputs are implemented in the IOcab by semiconductor switches, which can interconnect two D-SUB15 plug connector pins. This allows the user to connect both Vcc (high-side switches) and GND (low-side switches).

Circuit interconnections

Circuit diagram of digital inputs and outputs

Info: The digital outputs themselves cannot supply any power; rather they only switch a voltage that has been externally applied. The internal protective circuitry of the digital outputs only protects the circuit from electrostatic discharge.

When connecting inductive loads, the IOcab must be externally protected from high inductive voltages (e. g. free-wheeling diodes) to prevent damage. Continuous short circuiting of multiple digital outputs results in a risk of thermal overload.

In this arrangement the digital inputs and outputs utilize the same IO pins on the

D-SUB15 plug connector. Figure 15 shows their circuit interconnections:

Trigger events

Figure 15: Digital inputs and outputs

With this circuit, when a digital output is used and the internal output switch is closed, two digital input or output lines are always shorted together. Nevertheless, all digital inputs are read-back capable, whereby for example precise switching time points can be defined by the trigger functionality of the inputs.

The voltages at DIN0…DIN7 always reference DGND and can be read by the user in response to a trigger event, cyclically or by polling.

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5.2.1 Important Notes on Real Time Capability of Digital Outputs

Switching delays of photo MOS relays

The IOcab 8444opto possesses at the digital outputs photo MOS relays and is not capable for real time applications (e. g. serial communication) due to their switching on and off delays. The following example explains these facts.

Asymmetrical output

Figure 16 shows a possible scenario where the digital output is controlled by an

application (e. g. CANoe). The times for pulse high and pulse low are symmetrically each with 50 ms (20 Hz). The switching-on delay

 t1 of the photo MOS relay in this example is approx. 870 µs, but the switching-off delay

 t2 is only 460 µs. This causes a shorter pulse high time than pulse low. The digital output is asymmetrical.

Pulse offset at the digital output

Latencies

Figure 16: Pulse offset

Besides the named delays, additional latencies could occur during the communication between the application and IOcab firmware. Each command is acknowledged inside the IOcab. Afterwards, the IOcab firmware passes the next available command to the digital output. If the acknowledgement is missing, all incoming commands are rejected except the last one, which is buffered in a special register. When the missing acknowledgement is received, the last buffered state is written to the digital output

(see Figure 17).

Info: Too fast command sequences may not be properly handled, so that complete

pulses could be lost on the digital output (see Figure 17).

To avoid missing pulses, we recommend a maximum switching frequency of 20 Hz.

Switching frequencies above 20 Hz could cause sporadic or frequently pulse losses.

This behaviour is affected due the chosen PC configuration, the operating system and the PC load respectively.

Section 5.4 Digital PWM Output / Capture Inputs explains a way how to generate a

PWM directly with the IOcab.

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Missing pulse at the digital output

IOcab 8444opto

Figure 17: Missing pulses

5.3 Analog Inputs and Outputs

Analog pins All functions of the analog inputs and outputs AIO0…AIO3 of the IOcab 8444opto share four pins of the D-SUB15 connector. For each of the four analog pins, there is an output driver that can be activated or deactivated. If the output driver of an analog pin is deactivated, an external applied voltage can be measured over the associated analog inputs. If the output driver of an analog pin has been activated, it drives the voltage configured for the output. To protect the output driver, a diode was placed in series with it which isolates the driver from an external applied voltage. The voltage drop of the diode is compensated by the output driver. However, it is not possible for the output to draw a current in this way.

Although the outputs are protected against short circuit, the IOcab 8444opto can skip into an internal error state. After the short circuits have been corrected, the IOcab must be reinitialized.

Info: The analog output driver can be destroyed in input or output mode if a negative voltage is applied to AIO0…AIO3 (V

AIO0

…V

AIO3

< V

AGND

) and must be avoided!

Measurement ranges Two measurement ranges, H(igh) and L(ow), are available at AIO0 and AIO1 for the measurement of voltages. In the L measurement range voltages from 0 to 8.192 Volt can be measured and in the H measurement range voltages from 0 to 32.768 Volt.

AIO2 and AIO3 may only be used with the H measurement range. Measurement ranges are selected during configuration. It is not possible to measure the voltage of an analog pin in both measurement ranges simultaneously.

Conversion of an analog input signal takes approx. 44 µs. Since conversion of all activated analog inputs is sequentially performed, a delay is associated with the conversion that depends on the number of activated channels. The time stamp of a measurement always references the time point of the trigger event or measurement start

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Circuit connections of analog inputs and outputs on the lowest activated channel.

IOcab 8444opto

Comparator

Delay

Figure 18: Analog inputs and outputs

AIO3 also has the option of initiating a measurement, in parallel to a running measurement, by means of an internal analog comparator that triggers when an upper and/or lower configurable trigger threshold has been exceeded.

The comparator’s output value can also be polled by the application while the comparator function is activated.

The measurement of voltage changes always involves a delay when using the analog input circuitry. This also applies to the analog comparator. The jump delay can be calculated by the following formula:

 t

    ln 1

 V

Comp

V

AIN 3

V

B

V

B

Δt

= Time delay of the comparator

= 24.5 x 10 -

6 s

V

COMP

= Preset trigger voltage of the comparator

V

AIN3

= Input voltage

V

B

= Starting voltage from

which a jump is made to V

AIN3

As an example consider a voltage jump from 10 V to 24 V with a trigger threshold of

12 V. This would result in a delay of

 t

 

24 .

5

10

6 s

 ln

1

12 V

24 V

10 V

10 V

3 .

78

 s

.

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5.4 Digital PWM Output / Capture Inputs

General notes D-SUB15 pin 5 (DPWM) can be used to generate pulse width modulated signals. As an alternative either this pin (DPWM) or pin 10 (DIO4) can be used to measure frequencies (capture mode), whereby the two Capture Inputs differ from one another in their thresholds and voltage ranges. The required function and channel are selected in the configuration. It is not possible to use both the PWM and capture mode and both Capture Inputs simultaneously. At a pin only one mode is selectable at a time.

Circuit interconnections of

PWM and capture functions

PWM or frequency generator

PWM resolution as a function of frequency

Figure 19: PWM and Capture

The IOcab 8444opto can be used for PWM or frequency generator, which generates frequencies from 40 Hz to 500 Hz and from 2.4 kHz to 100 kHz. The maximum frequency is essentially limited by the pin’s output protection circuit.

The pulse width may be set between 0.0 % and 100.0 %. The resolution of the pulse width depends on the frequency; this dependency is shown in the following graph:

Figure 20: PWM resolution

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Capture mode In capture mode both the pulse and pause times of a signal can be simultaneously determined for a signal at the DPWM pin or DIO4 pin of the D-SUB15 connector. One of the three possible measurement ranges must be selected before measurement.

Pulse and pause times between 5 μs and 50 ms can be measured over the Capture

Inputs. This corresponds to a maximum input frequency of 100 kHz at a pulse width of 50 %.

Info: If the IOcab is used in capture mode even if there is no signal connected to the capture input, the capture measurement is cancelled by a timeout after 500 ms. In this period of time no other measurement is executed.

5.5 Data Logging

Trigger, polling and cyclic measurement

All measurements can be initiated by three different events:

 measurement on trigger,

 measurement on polling or

 cyclic measurement.

However, only one of the methods listed above may be configured for a specific measurement. One of the following two events may be enabled in the configuration and used as the trigger source:

 level change (H

L and L

H) at DIO0 - DIO3

 triggering of the analog comparator

“Measurement on polling“ represents a polling procedure in which a measurement is not initiated until a request for measurement is received from the application. Then the requested data are polled and transferred.

With cyclic measurement interval times between 1 ms and 65 seconds may be used.

If this time expires the required signals are automatically measured and transferred to the application.

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5.6 Firmware Update

Programming firmware

The firmware of the control processor in the IOcab 8444opto may be updated to the latest revision level at any later time.

Follow these instructions to update the IOcab 8444opto:

1. Connect the IOcab8444 with an inserted CANcardXL/XLe.

2. Open the folder \Firmware Update\IOcab8444opto\WinBoot on the Driver

Disk.

3. Start WinBoot.exe. On the first execution you may get the following error message:

4. Open Vector Hardware Config and assign WinBoot|CAN1 to the IOcab

8444opto to be updated.

5. Start WinBoot.exe again. The IOcab 8444opto can be accessed now.

6. Click [Select File…] and open the hex file in folder

\Firmware Update\IOcab8444opto\Firmware.

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7. Click [Start Download]. The programm starts the downloading process.

8. The following message appears:

9. Click [Exit] and close WinBoot.

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5.7 Technical Data

Voltage supply

Current consumption

Electrical isolation

Time stamp precision

Digital Inputs

Number

Max. input voltage

1

Max. difference voltage

1

Input voltage LOW

Input voltage HIGH

DIO0…DIO3

DIO4…DIO7

Protection circuits

Input resistant

Input capacitance

Digital Outputs

Number

Max. input voltage

1

Max. difference voltage

1

Current loading

Protection circuits

ON resistance

Switching times

IOcab 8444opto

By Vector CANcardXL/XLe; +5 V

Typ. 180 mA; max. 200 mA

Exists, max. 50 V, between PC and IO only; not between IOs

DGND and AGND are not indirect-coupled

2 μs

8

36 V … 36 V (DIO0…DIO7 related to DGND):

36 V (DIO0…DIO7 related to DIO0…DIO7)

36 V … 2.5 V (DIO0…DIO3 related to DGND)

36 V … 1.4 V (DIO4…DIO7 related to DGND)

6.2 V … 36 V (DIO0…DOI3 related to DGND)

5.9 V … 36 V (DIO4…DIO7 related to DGND)

Switching threshold typ.: 4.0 V

Switching threshold typ.:

2.0 V and 4.7 V; Schmitt-Trigger

ESD protection by suppressor diodes 36 V, 70 mW

>200 kΩ (DIO0…DIO3)

>40 kΩ (DIO4…DIO7)

~ 25 nF at pin

4

36 V … 36 V (DIO0…DIO7 related to DGND):

36 V (DIO0…DIO7 related to DIO0…DIO7)

- 200 mA …+200 mA (e.g. DIO0 referenced to

DIO1)

Short circuit by resetable fuses overvoltage by 36 V suppressor diodes

<5 Ω

Typ.: 0.5 ms, max.: 3 ms

1

If the range exceedes the device may be destroyed.

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If the range exceeds the device may be destroyed.

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Number

Frequency range

Timing accuracy

Duty cycle

Resolution

Voltage reference

Protection circuits

Output voltage LOW

Output voltage HIGH

Output resistance

Capture Inputs

Number

Minimum pulse/pause length

Maximum pulse/pause length

Accuracy

Input characteristic

DPWM – Input

Max. input voltage

2

Input voltage LOW

Input voltage HIGH

Switching threshold typ.

DIO4 – Input

Max. input voltage

1

Max. difference voltage

1

Input voltage LOW

Input voltage HIGH

Switching threshold typ.

1

2 ranges: 40 Hz … 500 Hz; 2.5 kHz …100 kHz

For frequency range 40 Hz … 500 Hz:

The timing accuracy of the software PWM depends on the number of measurements defined by the user (trigger, cyclic measurement and polling).

Best results can be reached if no measurement is defined and no output is changed.

For frequency range 2.5 kHz …100 kHz:

< 1%

0.0% … 100.0% (Resolution < 5%)

Up to 10 Bit

DGND

ESD protection by Z-diode, 500 mW

0 V … 0.6 V

3.8 V … 5.5 V

~320 Ω

2

5 μs

50 ms

1%

Schmitt Trigger

-6 V … 12 V (DPWM related to DGND):

6.0 V … 1.0 V

4.0 V … 12 V

1.4 V and 3.2 V

36 V … 36 V (DIO4 related to DGND):

36 V (DIO4 related to DIO0…DIO7)

36 V … 1.4 V

5.9 V … 36 V

2.0 V and 4. 7V

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Analog Inputs

Number

Max. input voltage

1

Measurement range

Resolution

Measuring accuracy

Input resistances

Sampling rate

Conversion time

Limit frequency of input filter

Time stamp precision

Protection circuits

Analog Outputs

Number

Max. back voltage 3

Output voltage range

Resolution

Function

Accuracy

Current load capacity

Circuit protection

Analog Comparator

Number

Trigger threshold

Function

Input characteristic

3

If the range exceeds the device may be destroyed.

4

0 V … 36 V (AIN0… AIN3 related to AGND)

AIN0, AIN1: 2 ranges, 0 … 8.192 V, 0 … 32.768 V

AIN2, AIN3 : 1 ranges, 0 … 32.768 V

10 bit in all measurement ranges

 1.5%

0 V … 10 V: 8 kΩ (AIO0 and AIO1)

10 V … 36 V: 4.7 kΩ (AIO0 and AIO1)

AIO2 and AIO3: 0 V … 36 V: 8 kΩ

1 kHz; 3 kHz over XL Driver Library

~ 44 µs per channel

Range 0 … 8.192 V: 3.1 kHz

Range 0 … 32.768 V: 6.4 kHz

2 µs plus delay of input filter

ESD protection by suppressor diodes 36 V, 70 mW, no polarity protection.

4

V

AIN0

…V

AIN3

V

AIN0

…V

AIN3

> V

< V

AGND

: 0 V … 36 V

AGND

: not allowed

0 … 4.096 V

12 Bit

Open emitter with input resistors as pull-down resistors

 1.5%

+0 … +5 mA (-0 to -5 mA not possible, open emitter)

Short circuit (AIO0…AIO3 related to AGND): any length of time, max. current: 11 mA

1

per output

ESD protection by suppressor diodes 36 V

1

0 V … 32.768 V, configurable, 10 bit resolution

May be used as trigger or statically polled

 see Analog Input AIO3.

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Acquisition Methods

Trigger

Cyclic measurement

Polling / querying

IOcab 8444opto

One Trigger, DIN0, DIN1, DIN2, DIN3 or analog comparator

Measurement interval configurable: 1 ms to 65 sec.

By application

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6 IOpiggy 8642

In this chapter you find the following information:

6.1

General Information

6.2

Digital Inputs/Outputs

6.3

Analog Inputs and Outputs

6.4

PWM Outputs (PWM0/PWM1)

6.5

PWM Input (PWM0)

6.6

Analog Comparator

6.7

Measurement Examples

6.8

D-SUB15 Pin Assignment

6.9

Technical Data

IOpiggy 8642

page 78

page 79

page 81

page 81

page 81

page 82

page 83

page 84

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6.1 General Information

Introduction The IOpiggy 8642 is a plug-in board (Piggyback) that was specially developed for slide-in modules of the VN8900 interface family. It is ideal for measurements and outputs of digital or analog signals.

This plug-in board can be used with the following slide-in modules:

VN8950 CAN/LIN modules

Measurement lines accessible on channel 5 via D-SUB15 connector.

VN8970 FlexRay/CAN/LIN modules

Measurement lines accessible on channel 9 via D-SUB15 connector.

Signal lines The IOpiggy 8642 offers a total of thirteen signal lines. Depending on the configuration, the maximum selectable IO lines are:

 8x digital inputs

 6x digital outputs

 4x analog inputs

2x analog outputs

 2x PWM outputs

 1x PWM input

 1x analog comparator

Note: The lines may be operated as either input or output. Mixed operation of one line is not possible. Mixed configuration of different lines is allowed.

The configuration is performed in your measurement application (e. g. CANoe). You can define your own measurement condition there for each defined measurement group. When a condition is fulfilled, the related signal values of the measurement group are acquired and passed to the application.

Measurement group 1

Digital In 0

Digital In 1

Digital In 2

Digital In 3

Meas. Condition

Measurement group 2

Analog In 0

Analog In 1

Analog In 2

Analog In 3

Meas. Condition

Measurement group 3

Capture

Meas. Condition

The following measurement conditions are available for selection:

 Periodic measurement

 Selective polling in the measurement application

 Measurement by level changes (trigger)

(High  Low and Low  High) at the digital outputs

Measurement on triggering of the analog comparator (see section Analog

Comparator on page 82)

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6.2 Digital Inputs/Outputs

Description All digital signal lines can be used as either an input or output. This can be configured in the measurement application (e. g. CANoe). The following diagram illustrates the switching logic:

Switching logic for digital signals

Inputs

Outputs

The switching threshold can be defined over a range of 0 V … 20 V for all eight digital inputs (Digital In 0…7) with a constant hysteresis of 1 V.

You can operate the digital outputs in three different modes. They are configured in your measurement application.

 PushPull (only Digital Out 0…3)

The LOW state corresponds to digital GND, and the HIGH state corresponds to the internal output voltage defined (by software). To prevent short circuits, you should never interconnect two push-pull outputs. Since the push driver loads the internal supply, the push output delivers less current than the pull input can take.

 OpenCollector (only Digital Out 0…3)

The LOW state corresponds to digital GND, and the HIGH state corresponds to the external voltage applied via a pull-up resistor. The current rating of the Open-

Collector output is higher than that of the Push-Pull outputs.

 MOS switch (only Digital Out 4a/4b and 5a/5b)

Floating switch for switching external signals. The signals to be switched are connected to the a/b lines provided. Suitable for all signals between 0 V and 36 V.

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Note: The digital outputs 4a/4b and 5a/5b of the IOpiggy 8642 are realized as switching outputs through photo-MOS relays. The relays have an activation delay of

550 µs and a deactivation delay of 100 µs at 25°C. The limit frequency of the relays indicates the damping of the signal to be switched (the signal forms can be changed).

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6.3 Analog Inputs and Outputs

Description The IOpiggy 8642 has four analog inputs. Optionally, the first two inputs (A0 and A1) can be used as analog outputs. This can be configured in the measurement application (e. g. CANoe). The following diagram illustrates the switching logic:

Inputs

Outputs

You can operate the analog inputs in the following mode:

 SingleEnded (Analog In 0 … 3)

The common reference potential for measurement of the voltages is Analog GND.

Four independent signal lines are available for this.

A voltage between 0 V and 12 V can be output. An analog output can drive a maximum current of 10 mA (at 5 V) and 6 mA (at 12 V) respectively.

6.4 PWM Outputs (PWM0/PWM1)

Description The IOpiggy 8642 has PWM generators at pin 1 (PWM 1) and at pin 5 (PWM 0), which are operated at a common frequency. The configurable frequency range is between 0.02 Hz and 20 kHz.

The two PWM duty cycles are configured in the measurement application and may be set independently over the range 0.0 % to 100.0 %. The duty cycle resolution is 8 bits over the entire frequency range.

6.5 PWM Input (PWM0)

Description You can use the PWM input to measure the duty cycle of a PWM signal. The minimum pulse wi dth is 1 μs. This yields a maximum input frequency of 100 kHz

(at a 50 % duty cycle).

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6.6 Analog Comparator

Description The analog comparator is permanently connected to Analog Input 0 and enables trigger-controlled measurements. A threshold is defined in the measurement application for this purpose. If the upper or lower threshold limit is exceeded, this triggers a single measurement at the configured measurement groups (see section

General Information on page 78).

The trigger can be configured for three cases:

 Trigger when upper limit exceeded

 Trigger when lower limit exceeded

 Trigger on either upper or lower limit violation

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6.7 Measurement Examples

Example: Digital output in Open-Collector mode

Digital Out 0 and 1 are configured as Open-Collector outputs. Afterwards, a constant voltage can be applied via a pull-up resistor. While LOW is defined with Digital GND,

HIGH depends on the applied voltages.

Example: Digital output with external signal source

This example involves toggling a sinusoidal source voltage V

SIN-IN on and off arbitrarily. In the example, this is done by applying V signal in

to Digital Out 4a. The voltages can now be toggled on and off at Digital Out 4b via the internal switch. The measurement application controls switching.

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6.8 D-SUB15 Pin Assignment

Pin

1

2

3

4

Pinout 1

Digital In 0

Digital In 2

Digital In 4

Digital In 6

PWM 0

Analog In 1

Analog In 3

Digital In 1

Digital In 3

Pinout 2

Digital Out 0

1

Digital Out 2

1

Capture

Digital Out 4a

3

Digital Out 5a

3

Pinout 3

Digital Out 0

2

Digital Out 2

2

-

-

-

Analog GND

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

Digital In 5

Digital In 7

Analog Out 1

-

Digital Out 1

1

Digital Out 3

1

Digital Out 4b

3

Digital Out 5b

3

13

14 Analog In 0

Digital GND

Analog Out 0

15 Analog In 2 -

1

Push-Pull

2

Open-Drain

3

a/b line: Relay switched, external signal at a is switched to b

-

-

Digital Out 1

2

Digital Out 3

2

-

-

-

-

IOpiggy 8642

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Pinout 4

PWM 1

-

-

-

-

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6.9 Technical Data

Supply voltage

Power consumption

Digital inputs

Number of inputs

Input voltage

Switching hysteresis

Switching time

Input resistance

Digital outputs

Number of outputs

Output voltage

By base unit

Typ. 0.5 W, max. 1.25 W

8x TTL with variable switching threshold and fixed switching hysteresis.

0 V … 36 V

1000 mV ± 10%, configurable threshold 0 V … 20 V

300 … 500 ns

1.33 MOhm

Current carrying capacity at inactive analog outputs

Output current

Protection circuit

On resistance

Output capacitance

Switching time

6

Push-Pull: 5 V or 12 V

(for all digital outputs collectively)

OC: 0 V … 36 V

MOS switch: 36 V … +36 V

Push: max. 80 mA at 5 V or max. 24 mA at 12 V

(for all digital outputs collectively)

OC/Pull: 100 mA

MOS switch: 450 mA

Max. 400 mW

Push:

OC/Pull:

Current monitoring circuit on overload

Short circuit by self-resetting fuse

MOS switch: Short circuit by self-resetting fuse

External signals : max. 2.5 Ohm (MOS)

External signals : 1.5 pF (MOS)

Internal: 500 ns

External signals : typ. activation delay

550 µs at 25°C

typ. deactivation delay

100 µs at 25°C

Analog inputs

Number of inputs

Measurement range

Input resistance

Resolution

Accuracy

4 single-ended

Single-ended: 0 V … 36 V

Single-ended: 1 MOhm

12 bit

0.1% of the measured value +/- 20 mV

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Analog inputs

Sampling rate

Analog outputs

Number of outputs

Voltage range

Accuracy

Resolution

Conversion time

Current carrying capacity at inactive digital outputs

Output resistance

Max. 1 kHz

2

0 V … 12 V

2 %

12 bit

9 µs

Max. 10 mA at 5 V and 6 mA at 12 V

~ 290 Ohm

PWM outputs (PWM0/PWM1)

Number of outputs

Frequency range

Resolution

Levels

Current carrying capacity

Protection circuit

Output resistance

2, both with the same frequency and with variable duty cycles

0.02 Hz … 20 kHz at 8 bit

8 bit

Low: 0 V

High: 5 V or 12 V

(collectively with digital outputs)

PWM0

Push:

PWM0/PWM1

Pull:

max. 80 mA at 5 V or

max. 24 mA at 12 V

(for all digital outputs collectively) max. 100 mA

PWM0

Push:

< 100 Ohm

Current monitoring circuit on overload

PWM input (PWM0)

Number of inputs

Pulse / pause times

Precision

TTL Levels

Input voltage

1

Min: 1 µs

1%

LOW: 0 V … < V

HIGH

HIGH: > V

LOW

… < V

REF

(0 V … 0.7 V)

(1.7 V … 3.3 V)

0 V … 36 V

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7 Cables and Connectors

In this chapter you find the following information:

7.1

CAN/LIN

CANcable 0

CANcable 1

CANcable A

CANcable TnT

CANcable TnT Term

CANcable Y

CANcable 2Y

CANterm 120

CANcable Set Pro

7.2

MOST

ECL Cable

Fiber Optic Cable

Fiber Optic Cable Coupling

7.3

FlexRay

FRcable A

FRcable AB

FRterm

FRcable Set

FR/CANcable 2Y

7.4

Miscellaneous

Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (3-pin)

Breakout Box D62Y9

VNcable DSUB62

VNcable DSUB62 A

VNcable DSUB62 B

VNcable D62Y9

OBDcable CAN

OBDcable OEM GM

OBDcable OEM01

VNcable DSUB37

Terminal Block DSUB37

Cables and Connectors

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7.1 CAN/LIN

7.1.1 CANcable 0

Low-speed cable

Description

Cables and Connectors

Length

Connectors

Properties

Part number

CAN/LIN connection cable

Note: When using with devices that have a primary and a secondary D-SUB9 pin assignment, only the primary channel is accessible.

0.3 m

2x female D-SUB9 connectors

Without terminating resistors

05002

Setup

7.1.2 CANcable 1

High-speed cable

Description

Length

Connectors

Properties

Part number

CAN connection cable

Note: When using with devices that have a primary and a secondary D-SUB9 pin assignment, only the primary channel is accessible.

0.3 m

2x female D-SUB9 connectors

Two parallel 120 Ohm terminating resistors

05001

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7.1.3 CANcable A

All-purpose cable Description

Length

Connectors

Setup

Part number

Cables and Connectors

CAN/LIN connection cable

0.5 m

1x female D-SUB9 connector

4x stripped wires

Included in CANcable Set Pro (part number 05060)

7.1.4 CANcable TnT

Truck & Trailer CAN Description

Length

Connectors

Setup

Properties

Part number

CAN connection cable for Truck & Trailer (ISO 11992)

1.5 m

1x female D-SUB9 connector

4x bunch plugs

Without terminating resistor

05016

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7.1.5 CANcable TnT Term

Truck & Trailer CAN Description

Length

Connectors

Setup

Properties

Part number

Cables and Connectors

CAN connection cable for Truck & Trailer (ISO 11992)

1.5 m

1x female D-SUB9 connector

4x bunch plugs

With terminating resistors

05015

7.1.6 CANcable Y

Extension cable

Setup

Description

Length

Connectors

Properties

Part number

Y extension cable for CAN or LIN

2 m

3x female D-SUB9 connectors

Including gender changer

Included in CANcable Set Pro (part number 05060)

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7.1.7 CANcable 2Y

Y cable

Description

Setup

Cables and Connectors

Length

Connectors

Part number

Y cable for Vector CAN/LIN interfaces with D-SUB9 double assignment (VN1600 interface family, VN8970 etc.). Splits the double assignment into two separate D-SUB9 connectors (CH

A and CH B).

Examples:

VN1610

CH1/2  Channel 1 (CH A) and 2 (CH B)

VN1630

CH1/3  Channel 1 (CH A) and 3 (CH B)

CH2/4  Channel 2 (CH A) and 4 (CH B)

VN8970

CH1/5  Channel 1 (CH A) and 5 (CH B)

CH2/6  Channel 2 (CH A) and 6 (CH B)

CH3/7  Channel 3 (CH A) and 7 (CH B)

CH4/8  Channel 4 (CH A) and 8 (CH B)

The pin assignments of the D-SUB9 connectors CH A and

CH B depend on the used bus transceivers inside the interface

(see page 33).

0.3 m

1x female D-SUB9 connector

2x male D-SUB9 connectors

05075

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7.1.8 CANterm 120

Terminating resistor

Description

Setup

Cables and Connectors

Connectors

Properties

Part number

CAN adapter for high-speed CAN buses

Note: When using with devices that have a primary and a secondary D-SUB9 pin assignment, only the primary channel is accessible.

1x female D-SUB9 connector

1x male D-SUB9 connector

One 120 Ohm terminating resistor

05004

7.1.9 CANcable Set Pro

Description

Part number

Cable set for CAN/LIN incl.:

 1x CANcable0

 1x CANcable Y

 2x CANcable A

 2x CANterm120

 2x Gender changer male/male

 1x Gender changer female/female

05060

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7.2 MOST

7.2.1 ECL Cable

ECL Description

Length

Connectors

Part number

ECL cable for VN2640

1.5 m

1x male 3-pin Binder connectors (type 711)

3x stripped wires

30014

7.2.2 Fiber Optic Cable

Description

Length

Connectors

Minimum bending radius

Part number

The devices of the VN2600 Family can be connected with the

MOST bus by using the Vector MOST fiber optic cable.

1 m

1x Standard MOST 2+0 connector

2x POF fiber optic cables

2x HFBR 4531 connector

The minimum bending radius of the POF fiber optic cables used is 50 mm. Bending radii less than 50 mm can cause permanent damage to the fibers.

22041

Direction arrows are printed on the fiber optic cables for better distinction. These indicate the beam direction of the light.

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7.2.3 Fiber Optic Cable Coupling

Coupling

Description

Part number

The MOST fiber optic cable can be connected to other HFBR connectors with the included HFBR coupling. For this, the fiber ends are just stuck into the couplings. To release the connection, just pull out the connectors.

22042

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7.3 FlexRay

7.3.1 FRcable A

Description

Cable setup

Length

Connectors

Properties

Part number

Cables and Connectors

Cable for connection of a FlexRay Interface to the FlexRay bus

(Channel A)

1 m

2x D-SUB9 connectors (female)

Provides only channel A at the FlexRay interface

Included in FRcable Set (part number 05062)

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7.3.2 FRcable AB

Description

Length

Connectors

Properties

Cable setup

Part number

Cables and Connectors

Cable for connection of a FlexRay Interface to the FlexRay bus

(Channel A and B)

1 m

3x D-SUB9 connectors (female)

Provides channel A and B at the FlexRay interface. The pin assignment of both single ended connectors is identical and suitable for replacement of an existing FlexCard configuration.

Included in FRcable Set (part number 05062)

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7.3.3 FRterm

Setup

Description

Connectors

Properties

Part number

Cables and Connectors

FlexRay adapter for termination of a FlexRay cluster (channel

A and B). Pin assignment suited for

VN3300/VN3600/VN7600/VN8970.

1x D-SUB9 connector (female)

1x D-SUB9 connector (male)

2x 100 Ohm terminating resistor

05057

7.3.4 FRcable Set

Description

Part number

Cable set for FlexRay incl.:

 1x FRcable A

 1x FRcable AB

 2x FRterm

05062

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7.3.5 FR/CANcable 2Y

Y cable

Description

Setup

Length

Connectors

Part number

Cables and Connectors

Y cable for Vector FR/CAN interfaces with D-SUB9 double assignment (e. g. VN7610). Splits the double assignment into two separate D-SUB9 connectors.

0.3 m

1x female D-SUB9 connector

2x male D-SUB9 connectors

05099

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7.4 Miscellaneous

7.4.1 Connection Cable Binder Type 711 (3-pin)

All-purpose cable Description

Length

Connectors

Part number

Connection cable for time synchronization at Vector devices

1.5 m

1x female 3-pin Binder connector (type 711)

3x stripped wires

30011

Setup

7.4.2 Breakout Box D62Y9

Description

Breakout box

Dimensions

Weight

Connectors

Properties

Part number

Breakout Box for VN7570

(requires VNcable DSUB62 or VNcable DSUB62 A)

165 mm x 52 mm x 69 mm (W x H x D), incl. rubber feet and connectors

580 g

1x D-SUB62 (female)

8x D-SUB9 (male)

1x D-SUB15 (female)

Can be mounted with 4x M4 screws

05090

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CH9

CH1…CH8

Cables and Connectors

Assignment for Piggybacks Assignment for On-board CAN

D-SUB62 D-SUB9 D-SUB62 D-SUB9

CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 CH1…CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8 CH5…CH8

45 47 50 53

22 3 28 9

1 25 7 31

23 4 29 10

6 6 6 6

2 26 8 32

24 5 30 11

43 27 48 51

44 46 49 52

(1)*

(2)*

(3)*

(4)*

(5)*

(6)*

(7)*

(8)*

(9)*

-

12

54

-

6

-

-

-

13

55

-

-

-

-

14

56

-

6 6

-

-

-

15

57

-

-

(1) -

(2) CAN Low

(3) GND

(4) -

6 (5) Shield

- (6) -

33 34 35 36 (7) CAN High

- - - - (8) -

(9) -

* Depends on the inserted Piggyback in VN7570.

D-SUB62 D-SUB15

Assignment for IOpiggy 8642

Pinout 1 Pinout 2 Pinout 3 Pinout 4

16

17

18

19

20

37

38

39

9

10

11

12

13

1

2

3

Digital In 1 Digital Out 1

1

Digital Out 1

2

Digital In 3 Digital Out 3

1

Digital Out 3

2

Digital In 5 Digital Out 4b

3

Digital In 7 Digital Out 5b

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

Digital GND

Digital In 0 Digital Out 0

1

Digital Out 0

2

PWM 1

Digital In 2 Digital Out 2

1

Digital Out 2

2

Digital In 4 Digital Out 4a

3

Digital In 6 Digital Out 5a

3

-

-

-

-

-

PWM 0 Capture - -

40

41

4

5

58

59

6

14

7

15

Analog GND

Analog In 0 Analog Out 0

1

Analog In 1 Analog Out 1

1

60

61 Analog In 2 -

62 8 Analog In 3

1

Push-Pull

2

Open-Drain

3

a/b line: Relay switched, external signal at a is switched to b

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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7.4.3 VNcable DSUB62

Breakout box cable

Description

Connectors

Length

Part number

Cables and Connectors

Connection cable with D-SUB62 connectors for Breakout Box D62Y9 and VN7570

1x D-SUB62 (male)

1x D-SUB62 (female)

0.5 m

05087

7.4.4 VNcable DSUB62 A

Breakout box cable

Description

Connectors

Length

Part number

Connection cable with D-SUB62 connectors for Breakout Box D62Y9 and VN7570

1x D-SUB62 (male)

1x D-SUB62 (female)

1.2 m

05093

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7.4.5 VNcable DSUB62 B

Connection cable Description

Connectors

Length

Part number

Cables and Connectors

Connection cable with D-SUB62 connector and open end

1x D-SUB62 (female)

62x wires

2 m

05095

Pin assignment

TP

TP

TP

TP

TP

12

33

13

34

9

11

10

51

14

35

Pin Color

TP

1

44 dark brown brown-white

TP

TP

2

45

3

5 red red-black red-white red-blue

TP

TP

TP

TP

7

49

8

50

4

27

6

62 orange orange-black red-orange orange-green orange-white grey-white yellow yellow-black red-yellow yellow-blue yellow-white light yellow-black green green-black green-white light green-blue green-blue light green-red

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TP

19

40 grey grey-black

TP

20

41 grey-red blue-grey

TP

TP

TP

22

24 grey-yellow grey-green

23

43 white white-black

25

46 white-red white-light blue

TP

TP

TP

TP

26

47 yellow-white white-light green

28

30 pink pink-black

29

48 pink-red pink-blue

31

52 pink-white pink-yellow

TP

TP

TP

32

53 light green light green-black

54

55 light green-yellow light green-green

56

57 light blue light blue-black

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Pin assignment Pin Color

TP

15

36 blue blue-white

TP

TP

TP

16

37

17

38

18

39 blue-red violet-red violet violet-white violet-green violet-blue

7.4.6 VNcable D62Y9

Y cable Description

Connectors

Part number

Adapter cable for VN7570

1x D-SUB62 (female)

1x D-SUB15 (female)

8x D-SUB9 (male)

05088

Pin Color

TP

58

59 light blue-red light blue-blue

TP

60

61 light blue-yellow light blue-green

21

42 not connected not connected

TP = twisted pair

CH1…CH8 Assignment for Piggybacks Assignment for On-board CAN

D-SUB62 D-SUB9 D-SUB62 D-SUB9

CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 CH1…CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8 CH5…CH8

45 47 50 53

22 3 28 9

1 25 7 31

23 4 29 10

6 6 6 6

2 26 8 32

24 5 30 11

43 27 48 51

(1)*

(2)*

(3)*

(4)*

(5)*

(6)*

(7)*

(8)*

-

12

54

-

6

-

-

13

55

-

-

-

14

56

-

6 6

-

-

15

57

-

(1) -

(2) CAN Low

(3) GND

(4) -

6 (5) Shield

- (6) -

33 34 35 36 (7) CAN High

- - - - (8) -

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CH9

Cables and Connectors

Assignment for Piggybacks Assignment for On-board CAN

D-SUB62 D-SUB9 D-SUB62 D-SUB9

CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 CH1…CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8 CH5…CH8

44 46 49 52 (9)* - - - - (9) -

* Depends on the inserted Piggyback in VN7570.

D-SUB62 D-SUB15

Assignment for IOpiggy 8642

Pinout 1 Pinout 2 Pinout 3 Pinout 4

16

17

18

19

20

37

38

39

9

10

11

12

13

1

2

3

Digital In 1 Digital Out 1

1

Digital Out 1

2

Digital In 3 Digital Out 3

1

Digital Out 3

2

Digital In 5 Digital Out 4b

3

Digital In 7 Digital Out 5b

3

-

-

-

-

-

-

Digital GND

Digital In 0 Digital Out 0

1

Digital Out 0

2

PWM 1

Digital In 2 Digital Out 2

1

Digital Out 2

2

Digital In 4 Digital Out 4a

3

Digital In 6 Digital Out 5a

3

-

-

-

-

-

PWM 0 Capture - -

40

41

4

5

58

59

6

14

7

15

Analog GND

Analog In 0 Analog Out 0

1

Analog In 1 Analog Out 1

1

60

61 Analog In 2 -

62 8 Analog In 3

1

Push-Pull

2

Open-Drain

3

a/b line: Relay switched, external signal at a is switched to b

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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7.4.7 OBDcable CAN

Connection cable Description

Connectors

Length

Part number

Cables and Connectors

OBD II to D-SUB9 cable for CAN High-Speed

1x 16-pin OBD connector (male)

1x D-SUB9 (female)

2 m

22089

7.4.8 OBDcable OEM GM

Connection cable Description

Connectors

Length

Part number

OBD II to D-SUB9 cable (GM specific layout)

1x 16-pin OBD connector (male)

2x D-SUB9 (female)

2 m

22247

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7.4.9 OBDcable OEM01

Connection cable Description

Connectors

Length

Part number

Cables and Connectors

OBD II to D-SUB9 cable (for BMS, HS, IMS)

1x 16-pin OBD connector (male)

3x D-SUB9 (female)

2 m

22071

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7.4.10 VNcable DSUB37

Connection cable

Description

Connectors

Length

Part number

Cables and Connectors

Connection cable with D-SUB37 connectors

1x D-SUB37 (male)

1x D-SUB37 (female)

1.5 m

05097

7.4.11 Terminal Block DSUB37

Terminal block

Description

Dimensions

Weight

Connectors

Part number

Terminal block with 37 CAGE CLAMP® connectors to D-SUB37 (female)

(requires VNcable DSUB37)

102 mm x 34 mm x 85 mm (B x H x T)

102 g

1x row with 19 CAGE CLAMP® connectors

1x row with 18 CAGE CLAMP® connectors

1x D-SUB37 (female)

05098

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8 Power Supply

In this chapter you find the following information:

8.1

Vector Power Supply Units

12 V / 1.25 A

12 V / 2.5 A

24 V / 2.5 A

8.2

On-Board Power Supply

Adapter Cable Binder Type 711

Adapter Cable ODU Connector

8.3

Power Supply Cable

ODU Connector / Bunch Plugs

Power Supply

page 109

page 111

page 112

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8.1 Vector Power Supply Units

8.1.1 12 V / 1.25 A

Power supply unit for

Vector devices

Description

Length

Connectors

Part number

Power supply unit with 12 V and 1.25 A

2 m

1x adapter for USA, and Europe

1x 3-pin Binder connector (type 711)

05024

Power Supply

8.1.2 12 V / 2.5 A

Power supply unit for

Vector devices

Description

Length

Connectors

Part number

Power supply unit with 12 V and 2.5 A

2 m

1x adapter for USA, and Europe

1x 5-pin Binder connector (type 711)

05020

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8.1.3 24 V / 2.5 A

Power supply unit for

Vector devices

Description

Connectors

Part number

Power supply unit with 24 V and 2.5 A

1x adapter for Europe

1x ODU S11L0C-P02NPL0-5200

05068

Power Supply

Connection cable Description

Connector

Part number

Connection cable for power supply unit (part number 05068)

Adapter for USA/Japan

05071

Connection cable Description

Connector

Part number

Connection cable for power supply unit (part number 05068)

Adapter for UK

05070

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8.2 On-Board Power Supply

8.2.1 Adapter Cable Binder Type 711

On-board power supply

Description

Connectors

On-board power supply cable

Part number

1x Binder type 711

1x 12 V plug (DIN ISO 4165)

15023

Power Supply

8.2.2 Adapter Cable ODU Connector

On-board power supply for VN8900

Description

Connectors

On-board power supply cable for the VN8900 interface family

1x ODU S11L0C-P02NPL0-5200

1x 12 V plug (DIN ISO 4165)

Part number 05076

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8.3 Power Supply Cable

8.3.1 ODU Connector / Bunch Plugs

ODU Description

Length

Terminations

Two-conductor power supply cable for base units

1.5 m

1x ODU connector (type S11L0C-P02NPL0-6200)

2x bunch plugs (power supply)

Temperature range In mobile state: -30 °C … +70 °C

In stationary state: 40 °C … +85 °C

Part number 05069

Cable setup

Caution: The power supply port does not have any overload protection. Whenever the device is not being powered via the plug-in adapter that is supplied with the product, a fuse (slow-acting) must be provided in the supply line.

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9 Time Synchronization

In this chapter you find the following information:

9.1

About Time Synchronization

General Information

Software Sync

Hardware Sync

9.2

SYNCcableXL

9.3

SYNCcable50

9.4

Multi SYNCbox External

9.5

Multi SYNCbox Internal

9.6

SyncBox XL

Time Synchronization

page 114

page 119

page 119

page 120

page 121

page 122

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9.1 About Time Synchronization

9.1.1 General Information

Time stamps and events

Time stamps are useful when analyzing incoming or outgoing data or event sequences on a specific bus.

Generating time stamps

Figure 21: Time stamps of two CAN channels in CANalyzer

Each event which is sent or received by a Vector network interface has an accurate time stamp. Time stamps are generated for each channel in the Vector network interface. The base for these time stamps is a common hardware clock in the device.

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Figure 22: Common time stamp clock for each channel

If the measurement setup requires more than one Vector network interface, a synchronization of all connected interfaces and their hardware clocks is needed.

Due to manufacturing and temperature tolerances, the hardware clocks may vary in speed, so time stamps of various Vector devices drift over time.

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Figure 23: Example of unsynchronized network interfaces. Independent time stamps drift apart.

To compensate for these time stamp deviations between the Vector network interfaces, the time stamps can be either synchronized by software or by hardware

(see next section).

Note: The accuracy of the software sync is typically in range of 100 µs.

Note: The accuracy of the hardware sync is typically in range of 1 µs.

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9.1.2 Software Sync

Synchronization by software

The software time synchronization is driver-based and available for all applications without any restrictions. The time stamp deviations from different Vector network interfaces are calculated and synchronized to the common PC clock. For this purpose no further hardware setup is required.

Figure 24: Time stamps of devices are synchronized to the PC clock (accuracy in range of 100 µs)

The setting of the software time synchronization can be changed in the Vector

Hardware Config tool in General information | Settings | Software time

synchronization.

Figure 25: Switching on the software synchronization

YES

The software time synchronization is active.

 NO

The software time synchronization is not active.

Use this setting only if the Vector network interfaces are being synchronized over the sync line or if only a single device is used.

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9.1.3 Hardware Sync

Synchronization by hardware

A more accurate time synchronization of multiple devices is provided by the hardware synchronization which has to be supported by the application (e. g CANalyzer,

CANoe). Two Vector network interfaces can therefore be connected with the

SYNCcableXL (see page 119).

In order to synchronize up to five devices at the same time, a distribution box is

available (see section Multi SYNCbox External on page 120 and section Multi

SYNCbox Internal on page 121).

Figure 26: Example of a time synchronization with multiple devices

Figure 27: Example of a time synchronization with VN8912 and additional devices

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At each falling edge on the sync line which is initiated by the application, the Vector network interface generates a time stamp that is provided to the application. This allows the application to calculate the deviations between the network interfaces and to synchronize the time stamps to a common time base (master clock) which is defined by the application.

Figure 28: Time stamps are synchronized to the master clock (accuracy in range of 1 µs)

Note: The hardware synchronization must be supported by the application. For further information please refer to the relevant application manual. Please note that the software synchronization must be disabled (see Vector Hardware Config |

General information | Settings | Software time synchronization) if the hardware synchronization is used.

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9.2 SYNCcableXL

Synchronization cable

Setup

Description

Length

Connectors

Part number

Time Synchronization

Connection cable for time synchronization of Vector devices

2 m

2x female 3-pin Binder connectors (type 711)

05018

9.3 SYNCcable50

Synchronization cable

Setup

Description

Length

Connectors

Part number

Connection cable for time synchronization for Vector devices

0.5 m

2x female 3-pin Binder connectors (type 711)

05083

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9.4 Multi SYNCbox External

Description Synchronization distributor

Connectors

Part number

Distributor in plastic case for time synchronization.

For up to five Vector devices.

5x male 3-pin connectors (Binder type 711)

05085

Setup

Example

Note: Within the sync system, up to five devices can be synchronized. Cascading of multiple Multi SYNCboxes to increase the number of devices is not possible.

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9.5 Multi SYNCbox Internal

Description Synchronization distributor

Connectors

Part number

Distributor in PC slot bracket for time synchronization.

For up to five Vector devices.

5x male 3-pin connectors (Binder type 711)

05084

Setup

Example

Note: Within the sync system, up to five devices can be synchronized. Cascading of multiple Multi SYNCboxes to increase the number of devices is not possible.

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9.6 SyncBox XL

Synchronization of CANcardXL/XLe

The SyncBox XL is designed to synchronize multiple CANcardXL/XLe among each or with other Vector network interfaces.

Synchronization of different interfaces

Technical data Housing ABS plastic

Cable length Approx. 30 cm to CANcardXL/XLe

Weight

Connectors

Approx. 100 g

PC side : 15-pin plug connector to CANcardXL/XLe

Bus side: 15-pin socket to CANcab or LINcab

Sync side: 2x 3-pin Binder connectors (type 711)

Part number 22013

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10 Miscellaneous

In this chapter you find the following information:

10.1 CardSafe

10.2 CANcaseXL log CardFix Kit – SD Card Protection

10.3 Empty Frame for VN8910

Miscellaneous

page 124

page 124

page 125

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10.1 CardSafe

Protection against mechanical damages

When using notebooks, especially on the test bench or in a test vehicle, the PCMCIA connectors are frequently subjected to mechanical stresses - the consequence is the snapping-off of the connectors. The patented connector fixing provided by Vector

Informatik's CardSafe offers effective, sensible protection.

CardSafe consists of a base plate and connector fixing made of robust metal. The base plate is fastened to the underside of the notebook with a belt and does not have to be removed during transport. Elaborate and time-consuming mounting is thus unnecessary.

If cables are connected to the PC card and they should also be protected, the connector fixing is used with a handle on the base plate. By tightening 2 adjustment screws, the connectors are fixed securely. The connector fixing can be unbolted from the notebook easily with a coin when the notebook is being transported.

Part number 05023.

10.2 CANcaseXL log CardFix Kit – SD Card Protection

Prevent insertion and rejection of SD card

The standard delivery of the CANcaseXL log allows the user to insert and remove the

SD card from outside. In some situations, for example to prevent thefts, the inserted

SD card shall not be removable. The CardFix Kit is an ideal protection solution, because the back side plate with the SD card slot is replaced by a closed plate. Thus the SD card cannot be removed so easily anymore.

Part number 07132.

Note: A detailed instruction is delivered with the kit. However, the modification of your

CANcaseXL log can be done by our service.

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Manual Miscellaneous

10.3 Empty Frame for VN8910

Description

Part number

For use with VN8910 base unit without a slide-in module (e. g.

VN8950, VN8970)

07148

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Key Features

  • CAN, LIN, J1708, MOST, FlexRay support
  • Analysis and simulation tasks
  • PC interface
  • Bus communication analysis, record, visualization
  • Simultaneous addressing of several bus systems

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What is the purpose of this manual?
This manual lists all available accessories for Vector network interfaces. It provides information on compatibility, technical data and pin assignments.
What types of accessories are covered in this manual?
This manual covers a wide range of accessories, including transceivers, cables, connectors, power supplies, and synchronization devices.
How can I find the right accessories for my network interface?
The manual provides a detailed accessories finder section (Chapter 2) that lists all compatible accessories for each network interface model.
What are the technical data for the transceivers described in this manual?
The technical data for each transceiver is provided in Chapter 4 of the manual, including pin assignments, operating voltages, and transmission rates.
How do I update the firmware of the IOcab 8444opto?
Refer to the section on Firmware Update in Chapter 5 for instructions on updating the firmware of the IOcab 8444opto.

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