|New CAN (FD)/LIN Network Interface for PCIe|
|Stuttgart, GERMANY, 2019-02-14 – Vector presents its latest network interface: the VN1530. Users will benefit from four onboard channels and two additional piggybacks which can be used flexibly. This gives them many different channel combinations for interfacing to CAN (FD), LIN, K-Line and SENT buses.
The VN1530 is a 6-channel network interface for accessing CAN and LIN networks over the PCIe interface. The interface satisfies the growing need for more channels, especially at test benches, test PCs and in rack use.
The VN1530 has all the functions you need for analysis, simulation and testing of ECUs, sensors and gateways. Among other things, these functions enable comprehensive remaining bus simulations, precise measurement of communication data, end-of-line tests and flashing. A transport protocol accelerator is also available for CAN. Developers can use the VN1530 for such purposes as running extended LIN stress tests, e.g. LIN 2.1 conformance tests.
For users of multiple devices, the VN1530 offers the added advantage of permitting synchronization of multiple devices and different bus systems such as CAN (FD), LIN, FlexRay, MOST and Ethernet. XL driver libraries also support proprietary customer applications. In the process, users benefit from the product's support of 100% bus load on all channels, minimal latency times and low CPU utilization of the host
More information at: www.vector.com/vn153x
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