The CANbus, originally developed for automobile engine management, is distinguished by its particularly high reliability. Among other things, this necessitates a more complicated protocol, which leads to lower data rates and cable lengths. This can be compensated for in part by larger cable cross sections. Data rates reach 1 Mbit/s. The 9-pin D-Sub connector is standardized as the interface to the device. In some cases, a version with a shield coupling capacitor is available as an option (cable shield <-> housing D-Sub).
|Applications:||I/O Connectors, Cable Connectors|
|Cable Termination:||Screw terminal|
|Max Operating Temperature:||70 °C|
|Data Rate:||0.001 Gbit/s|
|Housing Material:||Plastic, UL94V-1|
|ERbic Type:||Standard with shield decoupling capacitor and service/PU connection|