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CAN-BUS Shield V2.0

The CAN-BUS Arduino Shield v2.0 can be stacked on an Arduino UNO, Arduino Leonardo or Arduino MEGA board. The shield integrates an MCP2515 CAN-BUS chip on the shield and has a CAN-BUS transceiver function. With an on-board DB9 and CAN-BUS connector you can choose a suitable port according to your host device. There is also an integrated MicroSD socket for data storage. DFR0370

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ID: 561630

23,31€ gross (23% VAT)
18,95€ net

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Description

This is an Arduino Can Bus shield.  It is compatible with the Arduino standard interface and can be stacked on an Arduino UNO, Leonardo or MEGA board.

The shield integrates an MCP2515 CANBUS chip on the shield and has a CAN-BUS transceiver function. With an on-board DB9 and CAN-BUS connector you can choose a suitable port according to your host device.

There is also an integrated MicroSD socket for data storage - a perfect solution for data logging applications.

What is Canbus? Controller Area Network (CAN bus) is a vehicle bus standard designed to allow microcontrollers and devices to communicate with each other in applications without a host computer. It is a message-based protocol, designed originally for multiplex electrical wiring within automobiles, but is also used in many other contexts.

Features

  • Supports standard frame, extended frame transmitting and receiving
  • Supports two reception methods: Rotational and interrupt detection
  • Supports UART, i2C and DB9 terminal interfaces
  • Supports SD card data storage
  • Supports Arduino mainboard power supply or DB9 power supply (Switch)

SPECIFICATION

  • Chip: MCP2515
  • Power supply: 3.3 ~ 5V Arduino board power supply or DB9 interface power supply
  • Dimension: 76x54x19 (mm)/ 2.99x2.12x0.75 inches
  • Weight: 40g
Attention!

Two power-supply modes:
Power switch: "ON", powered by DB9 port
Power switch: "OFF", powered by Arduino board
Note:

  1. The Arduino board can be powered from a 7V source, the switch should be "ON"
  2. The Arduino board can be powered from the USB and DB9 simultaneously but if the Arduino board is powered by DC-Vin port, the power switch should be turned off to avoid damage to the shield and the board.

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  • CAN-BUS Shield V2.0 x1
  • 8-Pin header x1

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