ISOLATED CAN-BUS Shield

ISOLATED CAN-BUS Shield

An isolated CAN_BUS shield up to 1000V designed in Italy by the RubinoLab team composed by Guido and Luigi Rubino, two brothers (Ph.D. Electronic Engineering).

Excellent for use in industrial environments (with standard CAN-out pin-out on DB-9), in automotive or car diagnostics, and for new projects such as those in the industry 4.0 internet of things.
Features
- Fully compliant with the CAN 2.0A & CAN 2.0B Bosch specifications
- ISO 11898-2 (High speed CAN) physical interface
- CAN baud rate adjustable by software up to 1Mbps
- 1000Vrms galvanic isolation barrier
- Bus-Fault Protection of –27 V to 40 V
- ESD protection
- Common Mode Filters CAN
- 120 ohm terminating resistor at CAN node (setup)
- Isolated power supplies between board Arduino and CAN-BUS (the device prevents noise currents on a data bus or other circuits from entering the local ground and interfering with or damaging sensitive circuitry)
- Fully compatible with higher level protocols such as CANopen, DeviceNet, NMEA2000, ARINC825, ISO11783, CAN Kingdom, CANaerospace
- Industrial standard DB-9 connector (possibility to supply external to 12V dc)
- Protection inversion of polarity on the DB-9 (supply external to 12V dc)
- LED indicators
Applications
- Industrial Automation, Control, Sensors, and Drive Systems
- Industria 4.0 internet of things
- Building and Climate Control (HVAC) Automation
- Security Systems
- Transportation
- Medical
- Telecom
- CAN Bus Standards such as CANopen, DeviceNet, NMEA2000, ARINC825, ISO11783, CAN Kingdom, CANaerospace

For more information: https://www.rubinolab.com/en/isolated-can-bus-shield-arduino/
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ISOLATED CAN-BUS Shield

Rubino Guido, Rubino Luigi

Rubino Guido: received the Master Degree in electronic engineering and the Ph.D. degree in “Energy Conversion” from the Second University of Naples (SUN). Since 2009 he has been involved in several European projects in the aeronautical field (More Open Electrical Technologies) and several CleanSky project (Intelligent Power Regulation using Innovative Modules for Energy Supervision, Electrical POwer Center for Aeronautical Loads, Smart Grid Converter with Energy Management). His research interests are on energy conversion systems, and power electronic converters for aeronautical and railway networks

Rubino Luigi: received the Master Degree in electronic engineering from the Second University of Naples (SUN), Aversa (Italy) and the Ph.D. degree in Energy Conversion. Since 2008 he has been involved in several European projects in the aeronautical field (MOET project, FP6), three CleanSky project (I-primes, Mas De Nada, Epocal) and many national projects. Since 2013, he has been an Assistant Professor with the Department of engineering of the University Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli". Since 2015 he is the scientific coordinator for the DIII - SUN of the Airbus funded TUBA project and since January 2016 of the Clean Sky ASPIRE project.


Stand C13 (pav. 8) - RubinoLab

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