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LIN/CAN In-Vehicle Networking (IVN)
LIN (Local Interconnect Network) and CAN (Controller Area Network) transceivers have become the cost-effective standard for basic and efficient communications within light vehicles. ON Semiconductor offers a wide portfolio of LIN devices, all compliant to LIN V2.X, J2602 and ISO17987-7:2016. CAN devices from ON Semiconductor meet all ISO11898-2:2016 requirements, and are designed for superior ESD and EMC performance. The portfolio supports both body and powertrain focused applications, and includes low speed, high speed, and CAN-FD transceivers in a variety of advanced packages.
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The NCV7327 is a fully featured local interconnect network (LIN) transceiver designed to interface between a LIN protocol controller and the physical bus.
The NCV7422 is a two channel physical layer device using the Local Interconnect Network (LIN) protocol. It allows interfacing of two independent LIN physical buses and the LIN protocol controllers.
The NCV7343 CAN FD transceiver is the interface between a controller area network (CAN) protocol controller and the physical bus. The transceiver provides differential transmit capability to the bus and differential receive capability to the CAN controller.
The NCV7344 CAN transceiver is the interface between a controller area network (CAN) protocol controller and the physical bus. The transceiver provides differential transmit capability to the bus and differential receive capability to the CAN controller.
NCV7446 is two channel physical layer device using the Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol. It allows interfacing of two independent CAN physical buses and two independent CAN protocol controllers.
This presentation deals with basics of LIN, CAN (FD), FlexRay and automotive Ethernet technologies.
The new AMIS−41682 and AMIS−41683 are interfaces between the protocol controller and the physical wires of the bus lines in a control area network (CAN).
The Controller Area Network (CAN) is a serial communication protocol designed for providing reliable high−speed data transmission in harsh environments.
This application note describes how to build a multiple CAN bus network by using AMIS-42700 or AMIS-42770.
External avalanche transient voltage suppression (TVS) diodes provide a simple low cost solution to increase the surge immunity level of CAN transceivers.
The AMIS−42700 Dual−CAN transceiver is the interface between up to two physical bus lines and the protocol controller and can be used for serial data interchange between different electronic units at more than one bus line.
AMIS−30660, together with AMIS−42000, is a family of high speed CAN transceiver products intended for automotive and industrial applications.
The CAN Driver Shield Evaluation Board demonstrates the NCV7342 CAN transceiver, an interface between a controller area network (CAN) protocol controller and the physical bus that can be used in both 12 V and 24 V systems.
The NCV7748GEVB evaluation board is an octal low-side relay driver for automotive applications targeted for use in a Power Distribution Box (PDB).
The NCV7422V1GEVB is designed to quickly evaluate the NCV7422 dual channel LIN transceiver. The board is intended to provide quick and convenient means for evaluation of LIN transceiver, including master node termination on-board 5 V LDO. The design incorporates the lowest bill of material and small board size.
The NCV7344A3V1GEVB is designed to quickly evaluate the NCV7344A3 or any other standard CAN transceiver in SO-8 package. The board is intended to provide quick and convenient means for evaluation of CAN devices. The design incorporates the lowest bill of material and small board size.