Kvaser Eagle is a powerful dual channel CAN to standard USB high-speed data logger that is capable of running user-developed scripts. As a flexible, versatile, enhanced evolution of the Kvaser Memorator Professional, Kvaser Eagle offers more advanced logging and statistics collection capabilities than most other CAN interface products on the market. Eagle is also capable of collecting signal triggered data and performing periodic information gathering over a much longer period of time, thanks to its high memory capacity and low current consumption.
This product is End-of-Life.
- Supports both 11-bit (CAN 2.0A) and 29-bit (CAN 2.0B) identifiers.
- CAN messages are time-stamped with 2 microseconds resolution.
- Two high-speed CAN channels (compliant with ISO 11898-2), 10kbit/s up to 1 Mbit/s
- Connect Eagle to a PC to configure bit rates, trigger conditions and filters using Kvaser’s CANlib or Kvaser Memorator Tools.
- Kvaser Eagle’s script functionality, allowing users to develop highly customised t-script applications written in the Kvaser t programming language.
- Encryption of scripts to protect intellectual property.
- Plug and play installation, and a comprehensive user guide to help make t script development quick and easy.
- Three built-in microprocessors (MCUs) that ensure real-time CAN bus performance. One MCU is used to handle each CAN channel and another MCU handles the script, ensuring that Eagle can also handle very large and complex scripts.
- 200MHz processor performance with minimal current consumption.
- Large on-board RAM buffer for CAN messages and flashing LED light to alert the user to the buffer being overrun.
- Higher level protocols such as ISO 15765 and J1939 can be implemented in t-script. Working sample code for ISO 15765-2 is already included.
- Fully compatible with J1939, CANopen, NMEA 2000® and DeviceNet.
- Temp range -30 – 85 °C
- Weight 150 g
- Length 90 mm
- Interfaces USB
- Connectors DSUB 9
- Bitrate 50-1000 kbps
- Messages Per Second Sending 20000 mps
Kvaser Eagle – presentation