Login Status  Login Status

Not logged in

» Login
0 Product(s) in cart
Total $0.00
Online Payment Service
Tools and loggers for Controller Area Network (CAN) data capture and analysis.

Home » CAN Tools

 Checkout
PriceKeyword
1 CANKIT - CANbus kit with Microcontroller and Cable
Previous1 of 7Next
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 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.

 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.
Price: $149.00
EVTVDue Microcontroller
Previous1 of 3Next
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.
Price: $99.95
2. Dual Channel CAN bus Shield for Arduino Due
Previous1 of 7Next
Arduino has just released a new 32-bit ARM based version of their popular multicontroller 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 veriables from one power up to another.

 Ergo the Dual Channel CAN bus Shield for Arduino Due.  This card features RJ-45 jacks for TWO CAN channels along with the transcievers to enable them - tied to the CAN controller pins on the Due. it features a  prototyping area with two SOIC-8 pads, 9x10 through-hole area, red and green leds, and a momentary contact switch. Through-hole connection available to every pin on the Due.  

We also included a 256k EEPROM chip - tons of storage for persistent variables or pixel data.

You can download a library to provide all this CANbus goodness here at CAN libary .

If you have any aspirations to develop devices to read your OBDII connector on your car, and maybe spoof some things back on it, this is the Shield you need.

Note that the cable diagram is informational only.  We do not include the cable.


 
Price: $96.00



OBDII Breakout Box
 This OBDII connector and breakout box let's you monitor individual pins on the 16 pin OnBoard Diagnostics connector on your car.

Price: $53.00
Adafruit Bluefruit BLE Shield
Previous1 of 5Next
Adafruit Bluefruit LE Friend Shield

This is the shield version of the Adafruit Bluefruit LE Friend SPI module we use in the new 6.2 version of our Generalized Electric Vehicle Control Unit.
Why offer a shield?  So you can add BLE connectivity to your own applications using our much less expensive EVTV Microcontroller.  This Arduino Due compatible board features an EEPROM for
persistent variable storage and a CAN bus.

Add this shield to it for BLE connectivity and develop your own iPhone or iTablet application to view data wirelessly.


Price: $19.95
Adafruit Bluefruit BLE SPI Module
Previous1 of 4Next
Adafruit Bluefruit LE Friend SPI Module

This is the  module we use in the new 6.2 version of our Generalized Electric Vehicle Control Unit.

It can be wired to virtually any embedded microcontroller to provide data exchange with Apple iOS mobile devices or Android mobile devices with Bluetooth 4.0 or 4.1.


Price: $17.50



OBDII to RS232 Serial DB-9 Connector
  • High quality OBD2 16Pin to DB9 Serial Port RS232 Adapter Cable
  • Use for connecting your diagnostic interface and your vehicle
  • Compatible with any OBD ll compliant car or van
  • Steady glow or active phasing mode
  • Cable length:140cm
  • OBDII plug: 16-pin male to car
  • 9-pin female to your diagnostic interface
Price: $12.95
OBDII Female Connector (car side)
Previous1 of 4Next
All vehicles since 1996 have featured an OBDII connector under the steering wheel and there are numerous applications and modules to read ECU data through this port.

Older cars do not have them.  Now with a GEVCU, they can.  But you need the port to install under the steering wheel.  This is the female connector installed in the car that you plug into.

Inexpensive plastic shroud and some pins.  You simply run 12v power, ground, and two CANbus lines to the connector.
Price: $12.95
1 BLE Basics
Previous1 of 6Next
 BLE BASICS

BLE Basics is an Apple Itunes App for the iPhone and iPAD.  DO NOT ORDER HERE ON THE EVTV STORE.  You can order it here from the iTunes store.  

https://appsto.re/us/qSJNeb.i

BLE Basics is a diagnostic tool for those developing Internet of Things (iOT) devices using Bluetooth Low Energy  (BLE) Generic Access Profiles (GAP) and Generic Attributes (GATT) to provide discrete data to moble devices such as the iPhone or iPAD.  BLE Basics allows you to scan for peripherals, list all services provided by the peripheral, and list all characteristics provided under each service.

Most notably, it supports newer Bluetooth.org specification characteristic descriptors such as user descriptions, numeric formats, exponents, and unit codes.  We can't find any other utility that does this.

Price: $3.99

« Previous | 1 | 2 | Next »