Kvaser Leaf User Guide
Kvaser Leaf User Guide
Copyright 2011-2015 Kvaser AB, Mölndal, Sweden
http://www.kvaser.com
Printed Thursday 21st May, 2015
We believe that the information contained herein was accurate in all respects at the time of printing.
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Contents
1 Introduction
1.1 Kvaser MagiSyncTM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Difference between USB standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 General for all Kvaser Leaf products
2.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Identification . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.5 USB connector . . . . . . . . . .
2.6 DSUB connector . . . . . . . . . .
2.7 OBDII Connector . . . . . . . . .
2.8 J1939-13 Connector . . . . . . . .
2.9 Technical data . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.2 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3.3 Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3 Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.3 Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.3 Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10 Support and software updates
10.1 Driver installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.2 Firmware Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.3 Driver Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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12 Legal information
12.1 Electromagnetic compability . . . .
12.2 EC Regulatory Compliance . . . . .
12.3 About this manual . . . . . . . . . .
12.4 Patents, copyrights, and trademarks
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Introduction
The Kvaser Leaf family currently consists of three basic products: Kvaser Leaf
Light, Kvaser Leaf SemiPro and Kvaser Leaf Professional. Kvaser Leaf SemiPro
and Kvaser Leaf Professional use the patented Kvaser MagiSyncTM that you can
read more about in Section 1.1 Kvaser MagiSyncTM . All Kvaser Leaf devices use
USB to communicate with the computer. Section 1.2, Difference between USB
standards, on Page 7 describes the basic differences between the various USB
standards.
1.1
Kvaser MagiSyncTM
Kvaser MagiSyncTM is a new innovative way of synchronizing several different
channels. All units are synchronized, achieving a high precision virtual clock
accurate to the microsecond. No external cables are necessary; you get instant
synchronization as soon as you connect. For this to work the units must reside on
the same USB root hub. If they do not they will not be synchronized, see Figure 1
on Page 6 and Figure 2 on Page 6.
Usually, a computer has a USB controller with one root hub in a computer. If you
use that one, you do not need an external USB hub to get your Kvaser Leafs
synchronized. The easiest way to verify the setup is to look under the
Synchronization tab in “Kvaser Hardware” in your computer’s control panel. If all
your hardware is placed in one Kvaser MagiSyncTM Group, then you are ready to
go. In the first Windows 98 edition, you are not able to see which Kvaser Leaf
belongs to a certain Kvaser MagiSyncTM Group. However it works properly in
Windows 98 Second Edition.
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Figure 1: Kvaser Leaf syncronization. All devices are synchronized in this setup.
Figure 2: Kvaser Leaf syncronization. The devices are not synchronized in this
setup.
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Difference between USB standards
There are three different USB standards: USB 1.0, USB 1.1 and USB 2.0. The
major difference between USB 1.X and USB 2.0 is the speed. USB 1.X provides
low-speed at 1.5 Mbit/s and full-speed at 12 Mbit/s. On systems with USB 2.0
support, USB provides full-speed at 12 Mbit/s and high-speed at 480 Mbit/s. USB
2.0 is backwards compatible with 1.X.
Kvaser Leafs will work on your computer with all standards, but if you do not have
USB 2.0, the Kvaser Leafs will use full-speed at max. 12 Mbit/s. Windows 98 and
unupdated versions of Windows 2000 and Windows XP do not support USB
high-speed. In these versions, the Leafs will therefore use full-speed at max.
12 Mbit/s.
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General for all Kvaser Leaf products
2.1
Introduction
The Kvaser Leaf family currently consists of three one-channel high-speed
versions, two one-channel low-speed versions, two one-channel Single-Wire CAN
(SWC) versions and one LIN version; see Table 1.
High-speed
Low-speed
SWC
LIN
Kvaser Leaf Professional
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Kvaser Leaf SemiPro
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X
Kvaser Leaf Light
X
Kvaser Leaf Professional Rugged
X
Kvaser Leaf SemiPro Rugged
X
Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged
X
Table 1: The Kvaser Leaf family
All Kvaser CAN Leafs use USB 2.0 and handle messages with 11-bit (CAN 2.0A)
and 29-bit (CAN 2.0B) identifiers. All Kvaser CAN Leafs can transmit and receive
remote frames and also detect error frames.
The Kvaser Leaf family also has the following features:
• Small plastic housing (Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged has an aluminium housing)
• Minimal power consumption (approx. 70 mA)
• 100 % compatible with applications that use Kvaser’s CANlib (i.e.
applications written for LAPcan, LAPcan II, PCIcan, PCIcan II, PCcan,
USBcan, USBcan II, etc.)
2.2
Identification
When a Kvaser Leaf is inserted, its index is written to the registry. The next time a
Kvaser Leaf of the same type is plugged into the same port, the index is reused if
possible, or else the first available "slot" is used. This means that the device
numbering will be the same every time, if you plug the devices into the same ports
in the computer. If you use different ports, the numbering might be different.
You can use Kvaser Hardware to locate the Kvaser Leaf by flashing the LEDs. You
will find Kvaser Hardware in your Control Panel. Press the right-hand mouse
button in the hardware tree in Kvaser Hardware and choose "Locate Hardware
(Flash LEDs)" – see Figure 3 on Page 9.
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Figure 3: Locate Hardware
It is also possible to flash an entire Kvaser MagiSync group using the same
method on the Synchronization tab. The serial number could be found on the back
of the Kvaser Leaf and in Kvaser Hardware, see Figure 4 on Page 10.
Clicking on a device channel opens up a panel with more detailed information, for
example serial number, firmware revision, EAN number etc; see Figure 4 on
Page 10.
For more information and help on using Kvaser Hardware, press F1 from within the
program.
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Figure 4: Channel information
2.3
Power
All Kvaser Leaf devices are powered through the USB connector. The host must
supply 5 V DC, as per the USB specification. Some device types also need a
reference voltage on the CAN or LIN connector. This is described in detail in
Section 2.6.2, Reference Power (pin 9), on Page 12.
2.4
LEDs
If there is something wrong with the Kvaser Leafs, they will indicate this by flashing
the green (power) LED in different ways. See Table 2.
Power LED (Green)
Description
Steady light
Everything is functioning correctly.
One flash every third second.
Something is wrong with the USB connection.
2 Hz flash
Something is wrong with the firmware or configuration.
Table 2: Error flashing
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• If the Leaf indicates that something is wrong with the USB connection, check
the cables and connectors, and check the device driver. Is it properly
installed? Does the Device Manager (in Windows) indicate any problem? Are
there any messages in the system event log?
• If the Leaf indicates something is wrong with the firmware or configuration,
try to reprogram the firmware. This error can happen if a firmware not
matching the hardware type has been programmed.
2.5
USB connector
The Kvaser Leaf device may be connected to any free USB socket on the host
computer. Power does not have to be turned off before inserting or removing the
device. It is good practice, though, to exit all applications using the CAN hardware
before removing a Kvaser Leaf device.
The USB cable included with the delivery is approx. 110 cm long and is
permanently attached to the Kvaser Leaf. If a longer cable is desired, use a
standard extension cable with a type “A” receptacle (Figure 5) at one end and a
type “A” plug (Figure 6) at the other end. Do not extend the cable to more than 5 m
without an active extender. With an active extender, the maximum length is 25 m.
Figure 5: USB Type "A" Receptacle
2.6
Figure 6: USB Type "A" Plug
DSUB connector
The CAN channel has a 9-pin D-SUB plug. The pinning is described in Table 3 on
Page 12.
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Figure 7: The D-SUB connector pin numbers
D-SUB Pin
number
Low Speed
High Speed
SWC
LIN
1
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
2
CAN_L
CAN_L
Not connected
Not connected
3
GND
GND
GND
GND
4
Not connected
Not connected
Pull-down
resistor1
Not connected
5
Shield
Shield
Shield
Shield
6
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
7
CAN_H
CAN_H
CAN_H
LIN_BUS
8
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
9
Reference power
Not connected
Reference power
Reference power
Table 3: D-SUB pin configuration
2.6.1
SWC Leafs only (pin 4))
In high speed mode an external load resistor of 180 Ω is required. Pin 4 has an
180 Ω resistance connected through a switch to ground (pin 3). When the Kvaser
Leaf is configured to "high speed" mode by software, this switch closes. To acquire
the needed pull-down resistor, the user needs only connect pin 4 to pin 7; see
Figure 8 on Page 13. In other modes, the switch is open and pin 4 will not affect
the bus.
2.6.2
Reference Power (pin 9)
This pin is used only to power the transceiver and as voltage reference. The
Kvaser Leaf itself is powered trough the USB connector and does not draw any
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See Section 2.6.1 SWC Leafs only (pin 4))
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Figure 8: Pin 4 on the SWC Leafs
current from this pin.
Kvaser Leaf HS:
This pin is not connected.
Kvaser Leaf LS:
Connect the battery voltage to this pin. It is used by the transceiver to detect
whether CAN_H and/or CAN_L are shorted to the system voltage. It may be
omitted but the transceiver will then not detect a short circuit properly. The
operating input voltage range is 6 V to 27 V (absolute maximum rating is 40 V). The
input is protected from load dumps.
Kvaser Leaf SWC:
Connect the battery voltage to this pin. It is used as a reference voltage when
transmitting and receiving WAKEUP frames. It must be connected to ensure
proper behaviour of the transceiver. The operating input voltage range is 6 V to
27 V (absolute maximum rating is 40 V). The input is protected from load dumps.
Kvaser Leaf LIN:
Connect the battery voltage to this pin. It is used as a reference voltage and to
power the transceiver. It must be connected to ensure proper behaviour of the
transceiver. The operating input voltage range is 6 V to 18 V for older devices,
while for devices with serial number 10200 or higher, the operating input voltage
range is 6 V to 27 V (absolute maximum rating is 40 V). The input is protected from
load dumps. The Kvaser Leaf will automatically switch the pull-up from 30 kΩ to
1 kΩ when you go from slave mode to master mode; see Figure 9 on Page 14.
2.6.3
CAN Bus Termination
The Kvaser Leaf devices do not have built-in termination.
You must ensure your CAN bus have appropriate termination, or the
communication may be unreliable.
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Figure 9: Pull up resistors on the LIN Leaf
2.6.3.1
Terminating a High-Speed CAN bus
A high-speed (ISO 11898-2) CAN bus is terminated by placing a 120 Ω resistor in
each end of the CAN bus. The resistors connect CAN_H to CAN_L.
In a lab environment, with short CAN buses, it might be sufficient with only one
terminator.
A high-speed CAN bus without any termination at all will not work.
2.6.3.2
Terminating a Low-Speed CAN bus
A low-speed (ISO 11898-3) CAN bus does not have any termination proper.
Instead each module on the CAN bus has a pull-up resistor from CAN_L to +5 V,
and a pull-down resistor from CAN_H to signal ground. The net resistance of all
pull-up resistors should be 200 Ω, and the same holds true for the net resistance of
all pull-down resistors in the system.
The low-speed Kvaser Leafs have built-in pull-up and pull-down resistors of
4700 Ω. This value is chosen as to load the system as little as possible. You will
probably need to add extra pull-up and pull-down resistors to the CAN bus unless
the system you connect the Kvaser Leaf to already has a proper resistor
configuration.
2.6.3.3
Terminating a Single-Wire CAN bus
The single-wire (SAE J2411) CAN bus does not have any termination. When
running the SWC bus in its high-speed mode, a load resistance of 180 Ω from
CAN_H to ground is required.
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Every Single-Wire CAN driver has a small load between the CAN bus line and
ground. In the Kvaser Leaf, it is 9100 Ω. The load current through this resistor will
be used to detect a disconnected ground wire. When running the SWC bus in its
high-speed mode, a load resistance of 180 Ω from CAN_H to ground is required.
The Kvaser Leaf hardware supports high-speed as a master and has an internal
180 Ω which is automatically switched in when required, as seen in Figure 8 on
Page 13.
2.7
OBDII Connector
The CAN channel has a 16-pin OBDII plug. The pinning is described in Table 4.
Figure 10: OBDII Connector pin Numbers
OBDII Pin number
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4
Shield
5
GND
6
CAN_H
14
CAN_L
16
Reference power (not used)
Table 4: OBDII pin configuration (showing only connected pin)
2.8
J1939-13 Connector
The CAN channel has a 9-pin J1939 plug. The pinning is described in Table 5 on
Page 16.
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Figure 11: J1939-13 Connector pins
J1939-13 Pin
Kvaser Leaf Leaf Light with J1939-13 connector
A
GND
B
Not connected
C
CAN_HI
D
CAN_LOW
E
SHIELD
F-J
Not connected
Table 5: J1939-13 pin configuration
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Technical data common to all Kvaser Leaf products
Property
Description
CAN channels
1 (CAN 2.0A and 2.0B active)
Error frame detection
Yes
Hardware requirements
IBM PC AT or 100 % compatible; USB host socket
USB interface
USB 2.0 or USB 1.1
Power consumption
5 V and approx. 70 mA powered from the USB side
Software requirements
Windows XP or latera
Configuration
Done by software (Plug & Play)
Mix 11 / 29 bits messages
Yes
CAN Connector
9-pin male DSUB
USB cable length
110 cm (approx. 3.6 ft)
USB connector
USB standard type “A” plug
CAN cable length
30 cm (1 ft)
Load dump protection
Yes
Dimensions (W*L*H)b
Housingb
25 x 100 x 20 (mm)
ca. 1 x 4 x 0.9 (inches)
Black plastic
Weightb
105 g
Dimensions (W*L*H)c
Housingc
30 x 160 x 20 (mm)
ca. 1.2 x 6.3 x 0.8 (inches)
Black anodized aluminium
Weightc
155 g
Table 6: Technical data for all Kvaser Leafs
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Introduction
Kvaser Leaf Light is a reliable low cost product. With a time stamp precision of
100 µs it handles transmission and reception of standard and extended CAN
messages on the bus.
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Please contact us for other operating systems
All products except for the “Rugged” types
c
All “Rugged” product types
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Figure 12: Kvaser Leaf Light
3.2
LEDs
The Kvaser Leaf Light has two LEDs. Their functions are shown in Table 7.
LED
Function
Description
LED 1 Green
Power
Active when the Kvaser Leaf is powered.
LED 2 Yellow
CAN Rx/Tx
Active when messages are being sent or received.
Table 7: Kvaser Leaf Light LED configuration
3.3
Technical data
Technical data exclusive to Kvaser Leaf Light HS are listed in Table 8 on Page 19:
Technical data for Kvaser Leaf Light HS. For common technical data for all Kvaser
Leaf Leaf products, see Table 6 on Page 17: Technical data for all Kvaser Leafs.
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Property
Description
Unit
CAN physical layer
High speed (ISO 11898-2)
USB speed
12
Mbit/s
Bit rate
5-1000
kbit/s
Temperature range
-20 to +75
◦
Clock accuracy
100
µs
Max message rate
8000
Messages/s
Time stamp
32
C
bits
a
OBDII Connector
Optional
J1939-13 Connector
Optionalb
Galvanic isolation
Optionalc
Table 8: Technical data for Kvaser Leaf Light HS
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With Kvaser Leaf Light OBDII
With Kvaser Leaf Light J1939-13
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With Kvaser Leaf Light Galvanic Isolation
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4.1
Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged
Introduction
Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged is a one channel USB interface for CAN. In hostile
environments where dust and water are the norm, the IP67 rated housing assures
reliable protection.
Figure 13: Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged
4.2
LEDs
The Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged has two LEDs. Their functions are shown in Table 9.
LED
Function
Description
LED 1 Green
Power
Active when the Kvaser Leaf is powered.
LED 2 Yellow
CAN Rx/Tx
Active when messages are being sent or received.
Table 9: Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged LED configuration
4.3
Technical Data
Technical data exclusive to Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged HS are listed in Table 10 on
Page 21: Specifications for data for Kvaser Leaf rugged. For common technical
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data for all Kvaser Leaf Leaf products, see Table 6 on Page 17: Technical data for
all Kvaser Leafs.
Property
Description
CAN physical layer
High speed (ISO 11898-2)
Bit rate
5–1000
kbit/s
Temperature range
-40 to +85
◦
Max message rate
8000
Messages/s
USB speed
12
Mbit/s
Clock accuracy
100
µs
Time stamp
32
bits
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Polyurethane cabling
Yes
IP Rating
IP 67
Table 10: Specifications for Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged
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5.1
Kvaser Leaf SemiPro LS/HS/SWC
Introduction
Kvaser Leaf SemiPro is a product with high and reliable performance. With the
patented Kvaser MagiSyncTM , all Kvaser Leaf SemiPro and Kvaser Leaf
Professional connected to the same USB hub are synchronized to a virtual global
clock, common for all time stamps.
Figure 14: Kvaser Leaf SemiPro
5.2
LEDs
The Kvaser Leaf SemiPro has three LEDs. The functionality is presented in
Table 11.
LED
Function
Description
LED 1 Green
Power
Active when the Kvaser Leaf is powered.
LED 2 Yellow
CAN Rx/Tx
Active when CAN messages are being sent or received.
LED 3 Red
Error
Active when CAN error frames are detected. On the Kvaser Leaf
SemiPro LS, it is also active when the NERR signal is active from
the transceiver is active.
Table 11: Kvaser Leaf SemiPro LED configuration
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5.3
Technical Data
Technical data exclusive to Kvaser Leaf SemiPro LS/HS/SWC are listed in Table 14
on Page 25. For common technical data for all Kvaser Leaf Leaf products, see
Table 6 on Page 17: Technical data for all Kvaser Leafs.
Property
Kvaser Leaf
SemiPro LS
Kvaser Leaf
SemiPro HS
Kvaser Leaf
SemiPro SWC
CAN physical
layer
Low speed (ISO
11898-3)
High speed (ISO
11898-2)
SWC (SAE J2411)
Bit rate
5–125
5-1000
5-50/100
kbit/s
Temperature
range
-40 to +85
-40 to +85
-40 to +85
◦
Max message rate
2500
15000
2000
Msgs/s
USB speed
12 & 480
12 & 480
12 & 480
Mbit/s
Clock accuracy
25
25
25
µs
Time stamp
32
32
32
bits
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Clock sync of
multiple devices
Yes
Yes
Yes
Error frame
generation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Silent mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Polyurethane
cabling
Yes
Yes
Yes
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6.1
Kvaser Leaf SemiPro Rugged
Introduction
Kvaser Leaf SemiPro is a one channel USB interface for CAN. In hostile
environments where dust and water are the norm, the IP67 rated housing assures
reliable protection.
Figure 15: Kvaser Leaf SemiPro Rugged
6.2
LEDs
The Kvaser Leaf SemiPro Rugged has three LEDs. The functionality is presented
in Table 13.
LED
Function
Description
LED 1 Green
Power
Active when the Kvaser Leaf is powered.
LED 2 Yellow
CAN Rx/Tx
Active when CAN messages are being sent or received.
LED 3 Red
Error
Active when CAN error frames are detected.
Table 13: Kvaser Leaf SemiPro Rugged LED configuration
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Technical Data
Technical data exclusive to Kvaser Leaf SemiPro Rugged are listed in Table 14 on
Page 25. For common technical data for all Kvaser Leaf Leaf products, see Table 6
on Page 17: Technical data for all Kvaser Leafs.
Property
Kvaser Leaf SemiPro Rugged HS
CAN physical layer
High speed (ISO 11898-2)
Bit rate
5–1000
kbit/s
Temperature range
-40 to +85
◦
Max message rate
15000
Msgs/s
USB speed
12 & 480
Mbit/s
Clock accuracy
25
µs
Time stamp
32
Bits
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Clock sync of multiple devices
Yes
Error frame generation
Yes
Silent mode
Yes
Polyurethane cabling
Yes
IP Rating
IP 67
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7.1
Kvaser Leaf Professional LS/HS/SWC/LIN
Introduction
Kvaser Leaf Professional is designed for high end applications that require high
performance, accurate time stamping and Kvaser MagiSyncTM synchronisation. It
is perfect for advanced CAN bus analysers, data loggers and other applications.
Figure 16: Kvaser Leaf Professional
7.2
LEDs
The Kvaser Leaf Professional has four LEDs. The functionality is presented in
Table 15.
LED
Function
Description
LED 1 Green
Power
Active when the Kvaser Leaf is powered.
LED 2 Yellow
CAN Tx
Active when CAN messages are being sent.
LED 3 Yellow
CAN Rx
Active when CAN messages are being received.
LED 4 Red
Error
Active when CAN error frames are detected. On the Kvaser Leaf
Professional LS, it is also active when the NERR signal is active
from the transceiver is active.
Table 15: Kvaser Leaf Professional LEDs
7.3
Technical data
Technical data exclusive to Kvaser Leaf Professional LS/HS/SWC are listed in
Table 16 on Page 27 and to Kvaser Leaf Professional LIN in Table 17 on Page 28.
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For common technical data for all Kvaser Leaf Leaf products, see Table 6 on
Page 17: Technical data for all Kvaser Leafs.
Property
Kvaser Leaf
Professional LS
Kvaser Leaf
Professional HS
Kvaser Leaf
Professional SWC
CAN physical
layer
Low speed (ISO
11898-3)
High speed (ISO
11898-2)
SWC (SAE J2411)
Bit rate
5–125
5–1000
5–50/100
kbit/s
Temperature
range
-40 to +85
-40 to +85
-40 to +85
◦
Max message rate
2000
15000
2500
Msgs/s
USB speed
12 & 480
12 & 480
12 & 480
Mbit/s
Clock accuracy
1
1
1
µs
Time stamp
32/64
32/64
32/64
bits
Clock sync of
multiple devices
Yes
Yes
Yes
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Error frame
generation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sound indicator
Yes
Yes
Yes
Silent mode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auto transmit
buffers
Yes
Yes
Yes
Auto receive
buffers
Yes
Yes
Yes
Polyurethane
cabling
Yes
Yes
Yes
OBDII Connector
-
Optionala
-
Table 16: Technical data for Kvaser Leaf Professional LS/HS/SWC
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Property
Kvaser Leaf Professional LIN
LIN specification
2.0 and 1.X
Bit rate
1–20
kbit/s
Temperature range
-40 to +85
◦
Max message rate
20000
Msgs/s
USB speed
12 and 480
Mbit/s
Clock accuracy
1
µs
Time stamp
bits
Galvanic isolation
32/64
Yes – also between Kvaser Leaf
Professional LS/HS/SWC
Yes
Sound indicator
Yes
Normal/Sleep Mode
Yes
Monitor Mode
Yes
Master/Slave Mode
Yes
Auto transmit buffers
Yes
Auto receive buffers
Yes
Polyurethane cabling
Yes
Clock sync of multiple devices
Table 17: Technical data for Kvaser Leaf Professional LS/HS/SWC
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8.1
Kvaser Leaf Professional Rugged
Introduction
Kvaser Leaf Professional Rugged is a one channel USB interface for CAN. In
hostile environments where dust and water are the norm, the IP67 rated housing
assures reliable protection.
Figure 17: Kvaser Leaf Professional Rugged
8.2
LEDs
The Kvaser Leaf Professional Rugged has four LEDs. Their functions are shown in
Table 18.
LED
Function
Description
LED 1 Green
Power
Active when the Kvaser Leaf is powered.
LED 2 Yellow
CAN Tx
Active when CAN messages are being sent.
LED 3 Yellow
CAN Rx
Active when CAN messages are being received.
LED 4 Red
Error
Active when CAN error frames are being detected.
Table 18: Kvaser Leaf Professional Rugged, LEDs
8.3
Technical Data
Technical data exclusive to Kvaser Leaf Professional Rugged HS are listed in
Table 19 on Page 30: Specifications for Kvaser Leaf Professional Rugged. For
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common technical data for all Kvaser Leaf Leaf products, see Table 6 on Page 17:
Technical data for all Kvaser Leafs.
Property
Kvaser Leaf Professional HS
CAN physical layer
High speed (ISO 11898-2)
Bit rate
5–1000
kbit/s
Temperature range
-40 to +85
◦
Max message rate
20000
Msgs/s
USB speed
12 and 480
Mbit/s
Clock accuracy
1
µs
Time stamp
32/64
bits
Clock sync of multiple devices
Yes
Galvanic isolation
Yes
Error frame generation
Yes
Sound indicator
Yes
Silent mode
Yes
Auto transmit buffers
Yes
Auto receive buffers
Yes
Polyurethane cabling
Yes
IP Rating
IP 67
Table 19: Specifications for Kvaser Leaf Professional Rugged
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many Kvaser Leafs can I connect to my computer?
The theoretical maximum is 127 per USB controller. The present limit, set by the
software is 16. If you want to connect more Kvaser Leafs, please contact our
support department.
Could I use several hubs?
Yes, but the Kvaser Leafs must be on the same root hub for the Kvaser
MagiSyncTM to work. For more information, see Section 1.1, Kvaser MagiSyncTM ,
on Page 5.
If I reboot my computer, will the Kvaser Leafs and other products have the
same channel numbers as before?
Yes, they will try to reuse the old channel numbers. For more information see
Section 2.2, Identification, on Page 8, Identification.
How can I identify which Kvaser Leaf has a certain channel number?
Use “Kvaser Hardware” to flash the LEDs on the Kvaser Leaf. For more
information see Section 2.2, Identification, on Page 8.
How do I know which Kvaser Leafs are synchronized?
Use “Kvaser Hardware” to flash the LEDs on an entire MagiSyncTM group. For
more information see Section 2.2, Identification, on Page 8
Do I have to use an external hub to keep the Leafs synchronized?
No, you don’t. See Section 1.1, Kvaser MagiSyncTM , on Page 5.
As far as I remember pin 7 was not connected on the Kvaser DRVcan LIN so I
can connect pin 7 and pin 4 on my LIN bus in order to work with both kinds
of cables. Is that correct?
Yes. For more information about LIN, please contact our support department.
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Support and software updates
Visit our homepage http://www.kvaser.com/ to find more FAQs and other helpful
information.
Support email:
support@kvaser.com
10.1
Driver installation
For driver installation and firmware update see the driver installation
documentation. If you use Windows 2000 or Windows XP, we strongly recommend
that you install the latest service pack for that OS before trying to install your
Kvaser Leaf.
10.2
Firmware Updates
Firmware updates and upgrade instructions can be found at
http://www.kvaser.com/download/
Use “Kvaser Hardware” to see the present firmware version of your Kvaser Leaf.
10.3
Driver Updates
Driver updates and upgrade instructions can be found at
http://www.kvaser.com/download/
Use “Kvaser Hardware” to see the present firmware version of your Kvaser Leaf.
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Disposal and Recycling Information
When this product reaches its end of life, please dispose of it
according to your local environmental laws and guidelines.
For information about Kvaser’s recycling programs, visit:
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12.1
Legal information
Electromagnetic compability
All Kvaser Leafs are CE-marked and tested according to the appropriate
standards. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
12.2
EC Regulatory Compliance
The product(s); 73-30130-00427-6, 73-30130-00263-0, 73-30130-00260-9,
73-30130-00269-2, 73-30130-00261-6, 73-30130-00264-7, is in conformity with
the essential requirements of the following regulations and directives:
• DIRECTIVE 2012/19/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE
COUNCIL of 4 July 2012 (WEEE)
• REGULATION (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH), Annex XIV (the ’Candidate
list’) and Annex XVII (’Restriction of Substances’)
The products listed above also complies with DIRECTIVE 2011/65/EU OF THE
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 8 June 2011 (RoHS) and
is in conformity with the following standards and/or other normative documents:
Standard
Description
EN 50 581 (2012)
Assessment with respect to restriction of hazardous substances
Table 20: Standards and normative documents for RoHS 2011
The products listed above also complies with DIRECTIVE 2004/108/EC OF THE
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 15 December 2004
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(EMC-directive) and is in conformity with the following standards and/or other
normative documents:
Standard
Description
EN 55 022 (2006 + A1:2007)
Class B, radiated. IT equipment, commercial emission
EN 55 024 (2010)
IT equipment, commercial immunity
Table 21: Standards and normative documents for EMC 2004
The product(s); 73-30130-00642-3, 73-30130-00509-9, 73-30130-00243-2,
73-30130-00411-5, 73-30130-00242-5, 73-30130-00506-8, 73-30130-00402-3,
73-30130-00404-7, 73-30130-00241-8, is in conformity with the essential
requirements of the following regulations and directives:
• DIRECTIVE 2012/19/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE
COUNCIL of 4 July 2012 (WEEE)
• REGULATION (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH), Annex XIV (the ’Candidate
list’) and Annex XVII (’Restriction of Substances’)
The products listed above also complies with DIRECTIVE 2011/65/EU OF THE
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 8 June 2011 (RoHS) and
is in conformity with the following standards and/or other normative documents:
Standard
Description
EN 50 581 (2012)
Assessment with respect to restriction of hazardous substances
Table 22: Standards and normative documents for RoHS 2011
The products listed above also complies with DIRECTIVE 2004/108/EC OF THE
EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 15 December 2004
(EMC-directive) and is in conformity with the following standards and/or other
normative documents:
Standard
Description
EN 55 022 (2006 + A1:2007)
Class B, radiated. IT equipment, commercial emission
EN 55 024 (2010)
IT equipment, commercial immunity
EN 61 000-6-2 (2005)
Generic, industrial immunity
Table 23: Standards and normative documents for EMC 2004
12.3
About this manual
c 2005-2015 Kvaser AB
This document is Copyright Kvaser AB, Mölndal, Sweden — www.kvaser.com
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This document may not be reproduced without our written permission.
Infringement will render the user liable to prosecution.
We believe that the information contained herein was accurate in all respects at the
time of printing. Kvaser AB cannot, however, assume any responsibility for errors
or omissions in this text. Please also note that the information in this document is
subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment on
the part of Kvaser AB.
12.4
Patents, copyrights, and trademarks
All trademarks are the property of their respective owner.
R is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States
Windows
R is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the
and other countries. Linux
United States and other countries. MagiSyncTM is a trademark of Kvaser AB.
DeviceNetTM is a Trademark of Open DeviceNet Vendor Association, Inc. NMEA
R is the registered trademark of the National Marine Electronics Association,
2000
Inc.
The products described in this document are protected by U.S. patent 5,696,911.
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Document revision history
Version history for document UG_98035_leaf:
Revision
1
2
3
Date
2006
2006-11-13
2008-05-27
4
5
2008-12-03
2009-02-24
6
2011-01-21
7
8
9
10
11
2011-09-12
2012-02-22
2012-05-21
2012-06-29
2013-11-28
2014-02-26
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2014-04-15
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2015-03-06
Changes
Older Versions
Reviewed, new layout
Added Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged. Added more
information about bus termination. Other minor
editorial changes.
Added several new part numbers in Table 1.
Added SemiPro Rugged and Professional Rugged.
Added Light with OBDII connector. Removed table 1
with all part numbers – this information is better
obtained from our web site.
Updated dimensions for Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged,
updated temperature range for Kvaser Leaf Light HS,
updated product images, and removed transceiver
types from technical data tables. Other minor editorial
changes.
Updated disposal information
Added Kvaser Leaf Light with J1939-13 connector.
Connected pin numbering OBDII connector.
Corrected references to J1939-13 connector.
Changed layout of references, figures.
Updated compliance text, layout changes (reduced
number of pages)
Renumbered pages, corrected J1939-13 connector
table.
Updated the operating voltage range for Kvaser
Leaf LIN.
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