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Tritium’s CAN-Ethernet bridge allows easy access from a PC application to the vehicle CAN bus. It utilises multicast UDP/IP to communicate between PC applications and the bridge, which allows multiple PC applications to connect to the CAN bus at once using only one CAN-Ethernet bridge. As UDP/IP is built into any modern operating system, no special driver installation is required.

The structure of the CAN/Ethernet network is extremely flexible. The bridge can be connected to the PC point to point, over a local network or even via the internet. With multiple bridges in use, it can be used to form a virtual link between two physically separated CAN networks. Shown below is an example network configuration using the Tritium CAN-Ethernet bridge.

Ethernet Communication-10/100 Mbit, RJ45 connector
CAN Communications –Standard industrial DB9 pinout
Power Supply-9-30V DC from CAN connector
Dimensions-80 x 42 x 23mm
Mass-30g
Environmental Rating-IP4X
PDF documentation for the bridge is available below:

Software to configure and use the bridge is available below:

PDF documentation for advanced users wanting to program with the bridge is available below:

The CAN-Ethernet bridge is priced at A$195 ex GST. Higher volume pricing is available upon request.

We are currently accepting orders, shipping immediately. Australian residents please add 10% GST.

CAN Ethernet Bridge

  • Ethernet Communication-10/100 Mbit, RJ45 connector
  • CAN Communications –Standard industrial DB9 pinout
  • Power Supply-9-30V DC from CAN connector
  • Dimensions-80 x 42 x 23mm
  • Mass-30g
  • Environmental Rating-IP4X
Tritium’s CAN-Ethernet bridge allows easy access from a PC application to the vehicle CAN bus. It utilises multicast UDP/IP to communicate between PC applications and the bridge, which allows multiple PC applications to connect to the CAN bus at once using only one CAN-Ethernet bridge. As UDP/IP is built into any modern operating system, no special driver installation is required.

The structure of the CAN/Ethernet network is extremely flexible. The bridge can be connected to the PC point to point, over a local network or even via the internet. With multiple bridges in use, it can be used to form a virtual link between two physically separated CAN networks. Shown below is an example network configuration using the Tritium CAN-Ethernet bridge.

Ethernet Communication-10/100 Mbit, RJ45 connector
CAN Communications –Standard industrial DB9 pinout
Power Supply-9-30V DC from CAN connector
Dimensions-80 x 42 x 23mm
Mass-30g
Environmental Rating-IP4X
PDF documentation for the bridge is available below:

Software to configure and use the bridge is available below:

Coming soon..

PDF documentation for advanced users wanting to program with the bridge is available below:

The CAN-Ethernet bridge is priced at A$195 ex GST. Higher volume pricing is available upon request.

We are currently accepting orders, shipping immediately. Australian residents please add 10% GST.

WaveSculpter22 Motor Inverter

  • Peak Power Rating –20kVA
  • Average Power Rating –  Dependent on cooling solution provided: up to 20kVA with water cooling
  • Motor Type – Three-phase permanent magnet (BLDC) or Induction
  • Cruise Efficiency – 99.2%
  • Cooling Method – Cold plate (controller will self-limit temperature if necessary)
  • Environmental Rating – IP42
  • Maximum Battery Voltage – 160V DC
  • Maximum Motor Current – 100Arms
  • Output Waveform – Sinusoid
  • Communications – CAN bus
  • Dimensions – 255 x 165 x 35mm
  • Mass – 855g
Tritium’s CAN-Ethernet bridge allows easy access from a PC application to the vehicle CAN bus. It utilises multicast UDP/IP to communicate between PC applications and the bridge, which allows multiple PC applications to connect to the CAN bus at once using only one CAN-Ethernet bridge. As UDP/IP is built into any modern operating system, no special driver installation is required.

The structure of the CAN/Ethernet network is extremely flexible. The bridge can be connected to the PC point to point, over a local network or even via the internet. With multiple bridges in use, it can be used to form a virtual link between two physically separated CAN networks. Shown below is an example network configuration using the Tritium CAN-Ethernet bridge.

Ethernet Communication-10/100 Mbit, RJ45 connector
CAN Communications –Standard industrial DB9 pinout
Power Supply-9-30V DC from CAN connector
Dimensions-80 x 42 x 23mm
Mass-30g
Environmental Rating-IP4X
PDF documentation for the bridge is available below:

Software to configure and use the bridge is available below:

PDF documentation for advanced users wanting to program with the bridge is available below:

The CAN-Ethernet bridge is priced at A$195 ex GST. Higher volume pricing is available upon request.

We are currently accepting orders, shipping immediately. Australian residents please add 10% GST.

WaveSculpter200 Motor Inverter

  • Peak Power Rating – 165kVA
  • Average Power Rating – Over 75kVA at 50°C ambient
  • Motor Type – Three-phase permanent magnet (BLDC) or Induction
  • Cruise Efficiency – 97%
  • Cooling Method – Liquid
  • Environmental Rating – IP65
  • Maximum Battery Voltage – 450V DC
  • Maximum Motor Current – 300Arms
  • Output Waveform – Sinusoid
  • Communications – CAN bus
  • Dimensions – 500 x 172 x 82mm
  • Mass – 8.5kg
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