USB to CAN converter, for use with AXIOM, NEOS AXS and PC series.
To work with a Pronet network you need a USB2CAN converter that converts the USB data flow into the CAN bus. The USB2CAN converter needs to be connected to a USB 2.0 full speed port.
ARM7 microcontroller inside
Galvanic isolation 500 V
Voltage supply via USB bus USB 2.0 full speed
High productivity on 1Mbit CAN bus speed
Wide CAN bus baud rate range: 10-1000 Kbit/s
Compliant with CAN specifications 2.0A (11-bit ID) and 2.0B (29-bit ID)
Firmware upgrade via bootloader Drivers for Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista,Windows 7
To install correctly the software driver for the USB2CAN converter see "Installation" and "Drivers" paragraphs in the included or online documentation.
When you connect the converter to the USB port of the PC, the LED on the top lights RED: this mean that it is powered but the converter is not working yet.
The first time you go "online", the Pronet software application starts to control the network via the USB2CAN controller, sending and
receiving datas from connected devices. If everything is OK the LED on the top of the converter lights GREEN indicating the activities
on the network.
If there is a problem with the software driver, with network bus or there is a problem on the converter the LED flashes red and/or green.
STATUS LED operation
RED/GREEN toggling PC USB driver isn't installed
RED steady converter is not working
GREEN steady converter is working
GREEN blinking slow there is a problem in the bus
GREEN blinking fast there is a problem in the bus
RED blinking slow there is a problem in the bus
RED and GREEN steady Service mode