An intelligent quad channel CAN controller PMC with conduction cooling, suitable for the standard CAN2.0B, but also for the CAN aerospace, ARINC-825 protocol.
CAN is a widely used fieldbus, in automotive, industry and other types of applications. In the last years CAN is more and more used in aerospace applications too. Starting with CANaerospace, nowadays the new ARINC-825 specification, CAN also contains the specification to be a subsystem bus for ARINC 664 Part 7 networked IMA (Integrated Modular Avionics) architectures. This standard is (will be) used by large aircraft builders like Airbus and Boeing.
The ccPMC408 is built around the MPC8247 PowerQUICC II processor with four MPC2515 CAN controllers. Each CAN channel is independent isolated using its own DC/DC converter and opto-coupler.
The ccPMC408 also features a digital input channel for 1PPS timing signal, which may be used for time synchronization.
The ccPMC408 must be used together with the PIM408
The ccPMC408 is also available as an air cooled cooled version (PMC408).
> PowerQUICC II
> 32-bit PCI bus @ 33MHz or 66 MHz
> 4x CAN interface, MCP2515
> 4x Independant CAN 2.0B, IS11898 interfaces