Kvaser Leaf Light HS
Kvaser Leaf Light is a one channel USB interface for CAN. It offers the possibility to easily connect several interfaces to a standard PC.
- CAN messages are time-stamped with a precision of 100 microseconds.
- Handles up to 8000 messages per second.
- Supports both 11-bit (CAN 2.0A) and 29-bit (CAN 2.0B active) identifiers.
- Supports data and remote frames.
- Detects error frames.
- Very good EMC performance.
- Equipped with a 110 cm (44 in.) long USB cable and a 30 cm (12 in.) long CAN cable.
- Interfaces the CAN bus with a 9-pin D-SUB connector.
- Designed for USB 2.0, backward compliant with USB 1.1.
- Low power-consumption.
- Quick and easy Plug-and-Play installation.
- 100% compatible with applications written for all Kvaser hardware with KVASER's CANlib.
- A practically unlimited number of Kvaser Leafs can be connected via standard USB hubs for simultaneous use on a single PC.
Software and documentation
- Kvaser CANLIB SDK, which includes everything you need to develop software for the Kvaser CAN boards. Includes full documentation and many program samples, written in C, C++, Delphi, Visual Basic, and C#. All Kvaser CAN interface boards share a common software API. Programs written for one board type will run without modifications on the other board types!
- Documentation, software and drivers can be downloaded for free from www.kvaser.com, or they can be purchased on CD if preferred. Updates of the software are regularly posted on the web.
- Kvaser CanKing for Windows, a general-purpose interactive CAN bus monitor/analyzer with special support for CanKingdom and DeviceNet™.
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