The 100/1000BASE-T1 Media Converter realizes a bi-directional physical layer conversion between 100/1000BASE-T1 and Fast/Gigabit Ethernet networks. The converter is easily configurable via on-board switches and its status is visualised by multiple LEDs. Advanced features such as frame generator and cable diagnostic are available, and the device can also be used as a USB-CAN(/FD) interface. An open communication protocol over CAN(/FD) and USB can be used to programmatically read the port status and configure the parameters.
New firmware releases for 100BASE-T1 Media Converter and 100BASE-T1 USB Interface enable the unit to act as a USB-CAN interface. This feature can be used simultaneously with 100BASE-T1 conversion function. The new firmwares also enable the user to generate test modes on the 100BASE-T1 port.
A flexible automotive network interface that features one Ethernet port, two CAN FD channels, a LIN channel, a USB and RS-232 port, and multiple I/Os. The device offers user-scripting feature which allows to run user applications directly on the interface. The device can act as a Ethernet-CAN(/FD) or Ethernet-LIN interface as well as CAN(/FD)-LIN gateway.
An electronic control unit that offers up to two CAN/CAN FD channels, a LIN channel, and several multi-purpose digital/analogue inputs and outputs. The control unit can realize a stand-alone communication bridge between CAN (/FD) and LIN buses, or act as a remote I/O module.
MACH SYSTEMS’s success in a prestigious Deloitte award! The 21st year of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 CE 2020 unveiled the results on 19th November 2020, and we were ranked at the 28th place within the Czech fastest growing companies. Congratulations and thanks to all our colleagues. We would like to thank all our partner […]
CANFD LIN Gateway is a user-programmable automotive interface that features two CAN/CAN-FD channels, a LIN channel, a RS-232 port, a microSD card slot and multiple analogue/digital inputs and outputs. The user can develop the device’s firmware in C or C++ in free-of-charge IDE and compilers.