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CAN CROCODILE is a attachment sensor to detect CAN messages on CAN wires without damaging the wires. It can be used to READ and log CAN messages
but does not allow you to send them. It provides a good means of checking wires for CAN activity and to determine if it is the desired CAN bus.
It has no real CAN capability other than it can sniff CAN messages electromagnetically and send them to your device as a normal CAN level differential signal.
INPUT VOLTAGE: 12v (10 to 50vdc)
Current Consumption: <30ma
Operating Temp: -40 to +85C
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Arduino has released a new 32-bit ARM based version of their popular microcontroller they call the Arduino Due. It actually has TWO Controller Area Network (CAN) controllers built into it - but no transcievers.
In a stunning second omission, Arduino Due provides NO EEPROM for persistent memory. You can't save variables from one power up to another.
So we have commissioned our own version - The EVTV CANdue Microcontroller.
This single board replaces the fragile micro USB connectors with a single strong Mini-B printer style USB port on the native USB port to the microcontroller.
We've also added a 2Mbit EEPROM chip providing 256 Kbytes of persistent memory to save program data or configuration details. AND most importantly, a Texas Instruments CAN transceiver on the board to enable the CAN controller in the SAM3X microcontroller chip allowing direct CAN communications.
1 CANKIT - CANbus kit with Microcontroller and Cable
The EVTV CAN KIT contains a generic multicontroller clone of the popular Arduino Due board, a dual channel CAN bus shield with microSD card slot and EEPROM and a USB Cable.
Arduino has released a new 32-bit ARM based version of their popular multicontroller they call the
It actually has TWO Controller Area Network (CAN) controllers built into it - but no transcievers In a stunning second omission, Arduino Due provides NO EEPROM for persistent memory. You can't save variables from one power up to another.
Ergo the EVTV CANDue 2.2 Dual Channel CAN bus Shield for Arduino Due. This card features TWO CAN channels along with the transcievers to enable them - tied to the CAN controller pins on the Due. It also features a Single Wire CAN Chip and connections.
We also included a 2Megabit EEPROM chip - 256Kbytes of storage for persistent variables or pixel data.
And finally, we included a microSD card slot to hold up to 128GB of removable memory for logging data.
Convenient screw terminals allow connections to the vehicle 12v and chassis ground to power the entire rig of multicontroller and CAN bus board. It also can read and write CAN messages to your vehicle OBDII CAN bus.
We also include the generic multicontroller board itself - a clone of the Arduino Due board.
Fusion CAN32 Module
This tiny ESP32 module features a built in CAN bus - ideal for smaller projects where CAN/Bluetooth or CAN/WiFi capability might be useful. It has a single CAN bus but works with our esp32_can library. And it works from 12v power.