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    tM-7530 CR

    € 100,67
    € 86,58 Excl. btw levertijd: 2-3 weken
    Tiny/Converter/RS-232 to CAN... Toon meer
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    Tiny/Converter/RS-232 to CAN

     
    • Compatible with CAN specification 2.0A and 2.0B
    • Support various CAN baud rate from 10K bps to 1M bps
    • Support user-defined CAN baud rate
    • External option 120 Ω terminator resistor
    • Software configurable CAN and RS-232 communication parameters
    • Watchdog inside
    • Support pair connection mode
    • Software buffer on CAN bus side and RS-232 side

    ICP DAS has provided a lot of UART/CAN product solutions which are widely recommended in the market. These UART/CAN converters can help users to implement the communication between RS-232 and CAN network. In order to cater for costing requirement, we provide a new solution of RS-232/CAN converter-tM-7530.

    The tM-7530 is a tiny RS-232/CAN to fit narrower environment as a result of its small size. It has isolation on power side and on CAN bus side and its performance is faster than other RS-232/CAN module. The function of tM-7530 can full compatibly with I-7530 and I-7530T.

    Besides, it provides new function such as listen only. User can use this function to listen CAN bus messages and error detection. According to above features, tM-7530 is an economical and practical RS-232/CAN converter solution.

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    tM-7530 CR
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    tM-7530 CR
    tM-7530 CR
    € 100,67
    € 86,58
    Excl. btw
    tM-7530 CR
    tM-7530 CR
    levertijd: 2-3 weken
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