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Condition monitoring, predictive maintenance, big data applications on the one hand, increasing demands with regard to safety and security on the other hand. CAN with flexible data rate assists system designers and device designers, to meet future requirements on embedded networks. The aim of CAN in Automation is to provide a platform for future developments of the CAN protocol and to promote the image of CAN-based technology. Therefore CiA accompanies the international standardization of CAN FD, and supports several working groups that discuss aspects with regard to system design and device design. Furthermore CiA assists users of classical CAN-based protocols, to map these protocols to CAN FD. To increase the spreading, acceptance, and usage of CAN FD, the CiA Business Committee decided to offer CiA non-members access to CAN FD-related CiA specifications.

CiA non-members can purchase the following documents:
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CiA 601-4 version 1.0.0CAN FD Node and system design – Part 4: Ringing suppression
DescriptionThis set of documents specifies and recommends the usage of CAN FD hardware implementations. It consists of the following parts: Part 1: CAN FD physical interface implementation, Part 2: CAN FD controller interface recommendation, Part 3: CAN FD system design recommendation, Part 4: CAN FD ringing suppression. This part specifies the ringing suppression physical layer based on ISO 11898-2 transceivers.
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DSP361 KiB2015-12-18Login
CiA 601-1 version 2.0.0CAN FD Node and system design – Part 1: Physical interface implementation
DescriptionThis set of documents specifies and recommends the usage of CAN FD hardware implementations. It consists of the following parts: Part 1: Physical interface implementation, Part 2: Controller interface specification, Part 3: System design recommendation, Part 4: Ringing suppression. This part provides specifications and guidelines on the physical layer interface design for automotive electronic control units and non-automotive devices supporting the CAN FD data link layer as defined in ISO 11898-1 and the CAN high-speed physical layer as defined in the harmonized ISO 11898-2 standard, which includes the specification of high-speed transceivers with low-power mode (formerly known as ISO 11898-5) and/or with selective wake-up functionality (formerly known as ISO 11898-6).
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DS694 KiB2017-02-01Login
CiA 601-2 version 1.0.0CAN FD Node and system design – Part 2: CAN controller interface specification
DescriptionThis set of documents specifies and recommends the usage of CAN FD hardware implementations. It consists of the following parts: Part 1: Physical interface implementation, Part 2: Controller interface specification, Part 3: System design recommendation, Part 4: Ringing suppression. This part describes the specified interface between the protocol controller implementing the CAN FD data link layer protocol and the host controller including necessary configuration registers. Such a harmonized interface reduces the effort for adapting the low-level driver software to different implementations.
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DSP420 KiB2017-02-01Login
CiA 602-2 version 1.0.0CAN FD for commercial vehicles – Part 2: Application layer
DescriptionThis series of documents specifies the in-vehicle communication between ECUs (electronic control units) for commercial vehicles based on the CAN FD data link layer as defined in ISO 11898-1. Commercial vehicles include trucks, heavy-duty trucks, buses as well as off-road and off-highway vehicles. The CAN FD for commercial vehicles specification series consists of the following parts: Part 1: Physical layer, Part 2: Application layer. This part specifies the application layer protocols based on the SAE J1939 surface vehicle recommended practice series. It includes Autosar compliant protocol data units, which comprises parameter groups as specified in SAE J1939-21 and SAE J1939-71 as well as an optional safety/security field.
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DSP109 KiB2016-06-30Login
CiA 603 version 1.0.0CAN Frame time-stamping – Requirements for network time management
DescriptionThis documents specifies the time-stamping when transmitting or receiving Classical CAN or CAN FD data frames. This time-stamping can be used to introduce a synchronized time-base in a network segment, particularly in AUTOSAR systems. The synchronized time-base is suitable for but not limited to advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), event data recording, and synchronizing actuations.
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DSP263 KiB2017-03-22Login

In case you are interested in one or several of these documents, please contact CiA office: service(at)can-cia.org

Price for any single document: 499,00 € plus German VAT.