The Kvaser Leaf Light supports full speed USB interface for CAN with high performance at a low cost. Loss free transmission and reception of standard and extended CAN messages on the CAN bus is transmitted with a time stamp precision of 100 microseconds.
The Kvaser Leaf Light v2 represents one of the easiest and lowest-cost methods of connecting a computer to a CAN bus network With its USB 2.0 compliant connector and 9-pin D-SUB connector, the Leaf Light v2's sleek, ergonomically designed housing is both robust enough for everyday use and small and flexible enough to be used in space-constrained applications. Now with galvanic isolation as standard.
The X-Analyser is a software tool, used in conjunction with CAN and/or LIN interface hardware, for analysing CAN and LIN based systems . X-Analyser can be used to display and data log network traffic in a variety of ways. It can also be used to generate data and simulate simple CAN or LIN devices. It is designed to work on a PC platform, running under Windows 7, Windows 8 or Vista.
The Leaf Light HS v2 J1939-13 provides a simple way of connecting a PC with the on-board computer of any J1939 compliant commercial vehicle for diagnostic purposes by means of its USB 2.0 connector and a 9-pin J1939-13 compliant CAN connector.
Kvaser Leaf Light Rugged is a one channel USB interface for CAN. While the internal components are the same as the popular Leaf Light HS, the rugged IP65-rated housing assures reliable protection against water and dust in harsh environments.
Kvaser BlackBird SemiPro is a high performance wireless communication link to the CAN bus utilizing WLAN technology, which offers increased mobility and extended range of coverage for CAN bus networks. This model features a two channel WLAN-to-bus interface for High-Speed CAN (ISO 11898-2) and handles a bit rate from 5 kbits/s up to 1 Mbits/s.
The Kvaser Ethercan Light HS CAN to Ethernet interface facilitates the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) concept within modern manufacturing environments by enabling data from any CAN product or system to be accessed over the Internet, via an Ethernet equipped PC