Munich, Germany - Besides approved functions for physical wiring, cable, termination and line length tests as well as the operational tests including signal level, busload and display of message and error frames CANcheck by IXXAT now offers additional functions for recording of measurement results as well as for verifying the plausibility of this results. Up to four measurement series can be recorded on the device and afterwards be saved on a PC for long-time storage. Furthermore the measurement results can be checked automatically for plausibility, which avoids errors in the system quality validation.
Hand-held tester for CAN/CANopen systems.
The battery-powered hand-held device is operated via control keys and a graphic LCD display. The test results can be displayed on the LCD display or on a PC, where CANcheck is connected via the USB-Interface. It has a high-speed CAN interface in accordance with ISO/IS 11898-2. Four mignon batteries (AA) are required to power the device. The average operation time is about 24 hours. The device has a robust aluminium housing especially designed for use in the field.
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