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CAN Information

  • Bosch
    Bosch invented CAN. Check out their web site for more details.
  • CAN in Automation (CiA)
    CAN in Automation (CiA) is a non-profit organization which develops and supports various CAN-based higher-layer protocols.
  • IXXAT
    IXXAT offers CAN libraries for Keil MDK-ARM, C51 and C166 toolsets. Included are a CANopen and a CAL protocol software.
  • MCB167-NET
    The MCB167-NET Evaluation Board from Keil offers true Ethernet connectivity as well as support for single and dual CAN controllers found on the Infineon C16x and STMicroelectronics ST10 microcontrollers.
  • Peak
    With sales of over 40,000 PC-CAN interfaces, PEAK-System Technik is one of the market leaders in the field of CAN-PC connections.
  • Phytec
    Phytec makes several evaluation boards that support CAN.
  • Rigel
    Rigel makes evaluation boards that support CAN.
  • The CAN Primer
    The CAN Primer from Embedded Systems Academy is a single-page quick overview of CAN and how it works.
  • The Dearborn Group
    The Dearborn Group has a cool CAN protocol analyzer that interfaces to the Internet and connects with a web browser.
  • Vector
    Vector provides tools, software, and training for Controller Area Networks (CAN).
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