The piCAN-Logger is used to record and read out CAN / CANopen data. The recorded data can either be visualized in real time or buffered for later evaluation onto integrated μSD card.
The CANopen messages are received, stored and filtered according to the configuration. With an associated PC software, customer-specific data processing is possible.
A robust aluminum housing enables the use of the datalogger in harsh environments and offers numerous mounting options.
The flexibly designed firmware and the high performance of the microcontroller make it possible to integrate the device into EnergyBus systems.
You want to use the piCAN-Logger for own software projects? The "libpicanlogger" library can be used to create applications for your specific application.
On request, "pican-bridge" under Linux offers the option of using the piCAN logger via the socketcan interface.
32 bit ARM Cortex M4F microcontroller
Speed up to 160MHz
512 kByte Flash
64k Byte SRAM
1 x CAN
via terminal block (6-pin)
via M12 connector (5-pin)
Isolated to 3kV
Supports up to 1Mbps data rate
1 x USB Type B (Device)
1 x RGB-LED for status display
5VDC via USB
12VDC via CAN Bus (VAUX EnergyBus)
-20°C to +60°C
Dimensions: 73 x 28 x 100 (W x H x D)
Real-time clock with backup battery
PC software for configuration, data transfer as well as graphical and tabular evaluation of CAN messages.
Based on the Cortex ™ -A8 ARM® architecture, the IPC has been designed for continuous use as a data logger.
EnergyBus compatible data logger for recording and evaluating of CAN / CANopen messages.