CANary FD is a pocket-sized CAN interface for ATI's VISION calibration and Data Acquisition system. CANary FD uses CAN channel to bridge data between ATI’s data acquisition hardware, ECUs (using CCP or XCP), or other CAN devices that are compatible with VISION Calibration and Data Acquisition Software. 

The CANary FD is designed to handle the increased data available on CAN FD networks while retaining all the features of the standard CANary. The CANary FD easily connects to PC over USB that provides a simple method to acquire CAN data with VISION using any of the 4 galvanically isolated channels. 
The new J2534/2-2019 API allows usage of multiple CAN channels with 3rd party software applications and maintains support for the GMW17753 method. 

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  • ATI DAQ hardware, including EMX Data Acquisition Series, EDAQ Data Acquisition Series, Voltage 
  • Output Module (VOM), and Vehicle Information Display (VID) 
  • ASAM ECU Communication Standards, including CCP and XCP 
  • Any generic CAN hardware utilizing database files 
  • IP40 Composite enclosure made of robust Nylon 11 
  • Number of CAN Channels: 4 
  • J2534 Driver Available 
  • Weight: 32g / 1.13oz 
  • Dimensions: 38.7 x 61.8 x 21.9 mm /1.52 x 2.43 x 0.86 in 
  • Temperature Range -40 °C to +85 °C 
  • Warranty 1 year 
CAN Interface Products
  • Protocol
    CAN FD
  • Number of CAN Channels
Operating Conditions
  • CAN Modes
    CAN FD and CAN 2.0B
  • CAN Channels
  • Isolation
    4 Independent galvanically isolated channels
  • Connectors
    To PC: 1 USB B Connection (high-speed 480 Mbps) To CAN Hardware: HDB15F
  • LEDs
    (1) Power Status (4) Communication Status
  • Application Interface
    VISION Calibration and Data Acquisition Software
  • Compatibility
    VISION 5.2+
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