The CAN-CR210/FO is used for the conversion of the CAN signal from copper wire (ISO 11898-2) to fiber optic cables. This provides a complete isolation and protection against EM-influences.
For creating star or tree topologies, several CAN-CR210/FO can be connected to a CAN-hub via the integrated backbone bus (also in conjunction with CAN-CR200).
One special feature of the repeater is, that it separates a defective segment from the rest of the network, so that the remaining network can continue working. After elimination of the defect, the segment is switched into the network again.
|Display||Transmit and defective segment (three duo LEDs), Power (one LED)|
|CAN bus interface||ISO 11898-2, Sub-D9 connector. CAN termination resistors are integrated (switchable). Integrated backbone bus.|
|FOC connection||2 x F-SMA or ST terminal for duplex line (Glass 50/125 µm duplex)|
|Baudrate||Up to 888 kbps|
|~300 ns (translates into ~60 m (~90ft.) bus length) between the wire connection of a FO Repeater through the fiber optic cable to the wire connection of a second FO Repeater (not including the signal delay time of the fiber optics, which is ~5 ns/m)|
|Galvanic isolation||1 kV, 1 sec.; CAN 1|
|Power supply||9 - 32 V DC, 3 W typ., through terminals|
|Temperature range||-20 ºC ... +70 ºC|
|Housing, size||Plastic enclosure, 22.5 x 100 x 115 mm (without FO connector)|
Contents of delivery
- CAN-CR210/FO, Quick reference
- T bus connector for creating star / tree topologies
|1.01.0068.45010||CAN-CR210/FO - Glass fiber version with F-SMA connector|
|1.01.0068.46010||CAN-CR210/FO - Glass fiber version with ST connector|
|1.04.0073.00000||T bus connector|