CANopen Chip-505CA


Product is no longer available.

This product has been discontinued by the manufacturer. Please consider the SYS TEC CANopen-Chip F40 instead.

The CANopen Chip-505 is a tiny yet highly cost-effective Single Board Computer based on the 8051-compatible Infineon C505CA microcontroller. The size of a 40-pin DIP device, the board is designed for use as a pre-configured I/O-node in a CANopen network, rather than as a stand alone micro engine. The CANopen Chip-505 is certified by CiA (CAN in Automation, e.V.) A DIPmodul/CANopen Chip Carrier Board is also available to provide a flexible development platform for easy start-up and subsequent programming. The Carrier Board design allows easy operation of the implemented module in a Controller Area Network (CAN) bus system and connection of additional expansion boards featuring various functions that support fast and convenient prototyping and software evaluation.

I/O Node:

  • Single Board CANopen-node in 40-pin DIP dimensions
  • Infineon C505CA 8051-compatible controller
  • Controller signals and ports extending to standard-width (2.54 mm) pin header rows lining the edges of the board include:
  • 12 freely-available port pins
  • Full 2.0B passive CAN signals CAN_H & CAN_L
  • 2 reference voltage pins for on-chip A/D-converter
  • 2 control pins
  • 2 address and 8 data lines for connectivity to an external 8-bit port
  • 32 KB external SRAM, 64 KB external Flash
  • 2 KB serial EEPROM for storage of CANopen protocol configuration parameters
  • PCA82C251 CAN transceiver
  • Meets CiA DS 301 V3.0 and DSP 401
  • 8-bit jumper header enables configuration of NODE-ID (4-bit), baudrate (2-bit) and I/O (2-bit)

Carrier Board:

  • EURO-card dimensions (160 x 100 mm)
  • DB-9 socket for serial RS-232 interface connectivity
  • DB-9 plug for CAN interface connectivity
  • Insertable jumpers enabling configuration of I/O signals
  • CAN bus interface circuitry
  • RS-232 interface
  • 4x push buttons for digital input simulation
  • 4x user LEDs for digital output simulation
  • 2x potentiometers for analog input simulation
  • 1x general purpose input/output connector for easy connection of external peripheral devices
  • 1x additional RUN-/STOP switch (for IEC1131-PLC-Chip)
  • 2x additional LEDs for RUN/STOP and ERROR indication (for IEC1131-PLC-Chip)
  • Wire wrap field supporting development of user-designed peripheral hardware
  • Reset switch (configurable signal level)
  • Boot switch (configurable signal level)
  • Low voltage terminal block connects to a voltage regulator accepting an unregulated input voltage in a range from 8V to 13V
  • Voltage regulator 5VDC / 1 A (optionally 3.3VDC or adjustable)
Controller: Infineon 8-bit microcontroller
Operating voltage: 5V ±10%
Current consumption: typically 90mA for CANopen Chip at T = 20 degC
Storage: Non-volatile memory for storage of configuration data
Configuration: solder jumpers for easy configuration of node ID, baud rate and IO configuration
Available I/O configuration: Four different IO configurations on 12 IO pins, selectable via solder jumper and Object Dictionary
Digital outputs: <0.45V at IOL - 1.6 mA
Digital inputs: low level: <0.2V x VCC - 0.1V
high level: >0.2V x VCC + 0.9V
Analog inputs: Input voltage: VAGND - 0.2V … VREF + 0.2 V
Physical resolution: 10-bit (see manual)
Input capacity: 50 pF
Input resistance: 500 kOhm
Reference voltage: +4 V ... VCC + 0.1 V
CAN transceiver: on-board PCA82C251, supporting up to 100 nodes on one CAN bus
CAN bus bitrate: 10kBit/s to 1Mbit/s
Operating temperature: -40°C to +85°C
Storage temperature: -40°C to +90°C
Dimensions (LxWxH): 58,7mm x 24,0 mm x 11,8 ±0,3 mm
Weight: ca. 10.5g
Pin-header: grid dimension 2,54 mm, Ø0,47mm, pin length 3,2 mm