The FRC-EP190 comes with a variety of different automotive communication interfaces plus an optional EtherCAT slave interface. It is ideal for applications in which several bus systems are to be merged into a single device with its own processing power – e.g. for logging, gateway and residual bus simulation applications.
All applications run on the device, a PC is only needed for configuration or stimulation/visualization of data, as the actual intelligence – for e.g. the transport protocols – is outsourced to the embedded platform.
HMS provides with Ixxat ACT (Advanced Configuration Tool) an easy to use Windows-based tool enabling customers to configure the device via drag-&-drop.
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||180 x 110 x 50 mm|
|Weight||Approx. 630 g|
|Operating temperature||-40 °C to +80 °C|
|Power supply||6-36 V DC|
|Current consumption||Typ. 420 mA at 12 V|
|Relative humidity||10-95 %, non-condensing|
|Host system||Power PC, 256 MByte RAM, 256 MByte Flash|
|Ethernet||10/100 MBit/s, RJ45|
|USB||2.0 high-speed device, USB-B
2.0 high-speed device, USB-A
|FlexRay communication controller||2 x Freescale MFR 4310|
|FlexRay transceiver||NXP TJA1080|
|CAN transceiver high-speed and CAN-FD||Texas Instruments SN65HVD251|
|CAN-FD transceiver (1.01.0094.10022/10052/10070 devices)||Microchip MCP2562FD|
|CAN transceiver low-speed||NXP TJA1054T|
|CAN bus termination resistor||High-speed/CAN-FD: none
Low-speed: RTH=RTL=2 k Ohm
|CAN and FlexRay signal delay with galvanic isolation||Typ. 27 ns|
|LIN transceiver||NXP TJA1020|
|K-LINE transceiver||Vishay SI9243AEY|
|System startup time||< 5 sec from power-on|