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DS6301 CAN/LIN Board

SCALEXIO I/O board for interfacing simulators with CAN/CAN FD and LIN bus systems

The DS6301 CAN/LIN Board is the interface between a dSPACE SCALEXIO hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) system and CAN, CAN FD and LIN bus systems. It has eight channels, four of which are dedicated for CAN/CAN FD communication and the other four for LIN communication. All features and settings of this board can be configured with the dSPACE configuration software ConfigurationDesk®.

Key Benefits

With its support of CAN and LIN networks, the DS6301 is tailored to typical applications for automotive projects. With 8 channels per board, it offers a high channel density. Its integrated FPGA provides high flexibility and low I/O response times.

Parameter Specification
  • 8 bus channels in total
  • 4 CAN/CAN FD channels
  • 4 LIN channels
CAN communication Buses
  • CAN/CAN FD (ISO 11898-1, ISO 11898-5, and ISO 11898-6)
  • High-speed CAN (ISO 11898-2)
  • Fault-tolerant CAN (ISO 11898-3)
  High-speed CAN / CAN FD
  • NXP TJA1145T/FD high-speed CAN transceiver
  • Data phase baud rate for CAN 40 kBd … 1 MBd
  • Data phase baud rate for CAN FD: 40 kBd ... 8 MBd
  • Use of custom-specific transceiver possible
  Fault-tolerant CAN
  • NXP TJA1055 fault-tolerant CAN
  • Data rate 40 kBaud … 125 kBaud
  • Software-configurable termination
  • High-speed CAN: 120 Ω
  • Fault-tolerant CAN: 560 Ω or 5.6 kΩ
LIN communication
  • Support of LIN standards (1.3, 2.0, 2.1, 2.2)
  • Overcurrent protection 20 mA
  • Infineon TLE 7257SJ
  • Data rate: 0 Bd … 20 kBd
  • 1 kΩ (software-configurable master termination)
Internal communication   IOCNET
Physical data Physical size
  • 128 x 162 x 20 mm (5 x 6.4 x 0.8 in)
  • Requires 1 slot
  Voltage supply 24 V

All of the I/O functions are software-configurable via ConfigurationDesk®, so there is no need for hardware changes. This comprises functions such as termination and CAN feedthrough mode.

The DS6301 supports the standards typically used in automotive applications, such as high-speed CAN and CAN low power modes (Wake-up and Sleep).

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