Programmable CAN to USB interface and datalogger

Kvaser's Memorator Pro 5xHS 5-channel high-speed Controller Area Network (CAN) to USB interface and datalogger is designed to allow users to monitor and log data from multiple CAN channels using just one device.

02/09/2015


Kvaser's Memorator Pro 5xHS 5-channel high-speed Controller Area Network (CAN) to USB interface and datalogger is designed to allow users to monitor and log data from multiple CAN channels using just one device. Courtesy: KvaserKvaser's Memorator Pro 5xHS 5-channel high-speed Controller Area Network (CAN) to USB interface and datalogger is designed to allow users to monitor and log data from multiple CAN channels using just one device. It time synchronizes the data transmitted and received across all five buses as well as automatically synchronizes with other Kvaser interfaces connected to the same PC. 

The Kvaser Memorator Pro 5xHS has a 26-pin HD DSUB that connects to a splitter with five 9-pin DSUBs, and one USB connector that easily links to any USB port on a host computer. Only one USB port needs to be allocated when monitoring multiple CAN buses, reducing the need for an external hub in many applications.

When connected to the host computer, the Memorator Pro 5xHS is automatically in interface mode and when connected only to CAN, it is in datalogger mode. Power is derived from the USB connection, CAN and an in-built power supply. The Kvaser Memorator Pro 5xHS is compatible with J1939, CANopen, NMEA 2000 and DeviceNet, and will also be CAN FD upgradeable via firmware. 

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www.kvaser.com 

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