Kvaser Air Bridge Light HS Wireless CAN Bridge

Kvaser's Air Bridge Light HS is comprised of a preconfigured pair of plug-and-play units, with integrated antennas to connect CAN networks.

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Kvaser introduces  the Kvaser Air Bridge Light HS, a high-performance wireless CAN bridge to connect CAN networks.

  • Comprised of a preconfigured pair of plug-and-play units with integrated antennas and rugged housings
  • Provides rapid way of exchanging raw CAN data
  • Facilitates job of system integrator in situations that make wired connection unsuitable or challenging, such as between two moving parts that are connected by CAN
  • Employs proprietary 2.4G radio and frequency hopping mechanism
  • Controls data rate, radio packet format, output power and pairing method to achieve predictable latencies, without sacrificing stability or range
  • Effective in infrastructure and control applications where accurate message delivery times are essential
  • Transmission range is as much as 70 m (229.7 ft.)
  • Maximum data rate of 1,200 messages per second
  • Packet latency of 4.8 ms
  • Minimizes set-up time while maximizing performance in line-of-sight CAN implementations, such as vehicle testing, motion control and in situations where CAN cables are exposed to harsh environments
  • Automatic Baud Rate Detection enables automatic detection and connection to any of the following CAN network speeds: 1 Mbit/s, 500 Kbit/s, 250 Kbit/s, and 125 Kbit/s
  • Auto Baud Rate Detection is carried out locally on the device, enabling linkage of two CAN networks that are operating at different bitrates
  • Comes in two variants: (00808-3) Kvaser Air Bridge Light HS, approved for the European Union, and (01008-6) Kvaser Air Bridge Light HS (FCC) which is optimized for the U.S.
  • Both models share same functionality but have different radio transmission schemes due to regulatory differences
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