CANBed - Arduino CAN-Bus RP2040 development board
CANBed CAN Bus development board equipped powerful RP2040 has high-performance CAN controller and receiver operating at CAN 2.0 up to 133Mhz. It has flexible CAN interface which can be used as 4-PIN Terminal or D89 connector as OBD-II mode through a programmable Micro USB.
- Powerful Raspberry Pi RP2040 processor
- Implements CAN V2.0B at up to 1 Mb/s
- Industrial standard 9 pin sub-D connector or 4PIN Terminal.
- OBD-II and CAN standard pinout selectable at the sub-D connector
- 2x4Pin Connector compatible with Grove system from Seeedstudio
- SPI Interface
- Standard (11 bit) and extended (29 bit) data and remote frames
- Power input from 9-28V
The CANBed RP2040 version has been changed from V1.0 into V1.1. For further information, please check here.
CANBed RP2040 is a CAN Bus development board equipped with an RP2040 chip with a high-performance MCP2515 CAN controller and MCP2551 CAN receiver operating at CAN2.0 protocols in 133MHz. The board contains a flexible CAN interface where it can be used 4-PIN Terminal or D89 connector. D89 connector can be directly used as OBD-II mode by default and the hardware can be configured as CAN Open mode as well. Additionally, it has a rich interface in which there is a Micro USB connector that can be programmed instead of supplying power. It also has I2C, UART, SPI, 3 analog input interfaces, and 8 digital IO with 2MB of Flash and 264KB of RAM which make it suitable for most embedded applications.
If you want to use this board to develop OBD-related applications, click to get a DB9 to OBD-II cable.
We use a flexible way for the CAN interface. You can use 4PIN Terminal or DB9 connector. DB9 connector uses OBD-II mode by default. You can also configure CAN Open mode on the hardware. The voltage input range of the CAN interface is 9-28V, which can provide a stable 3.3V/1A output.
|Clock Speed||flexible clock running up to 133 MHz|
|Output Current @ 3.3V||1A|
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1. GPIO - 9x2 I/O Pin OUT:
2. Micro USB connector for programming
3. SPI Interface
4. CAN RX/TX Indicator
5. DB9 connector or Terminal for CAN Bus
6. Switch for the 120Ω terminal resistor for CAN Bus
7. Grove connector for UART
8. Grove connector for I2C (Wire1)
CAN Bus Family in Seeed
CAN-BUS series product selection reference is provided here. The table compares NEW-Release LoRa-E5 CAN, CANBed v1, CANBed FD, CANBed M4, and CANBed RP2040 in terms of MCU, protocol, memory, and interface, etc.
|Items||LoRa-E5 CAN||CANBed v1||CANBed FD||CANBed M4||CANBed RP2040|
|MCU||LoRa-E5 (STM32WLE5JC)||ATmega 32U4 (with Arduino Leonardo bootloader)||ATmega 32U4 (with Arduino Leonardo bootloader)||ATSAME51 32bit Cortex M4 core||RP2040
(Dual ARM Cortex-M0+)
|Clock Speed||up to 48MHz||16MHz||16MHz||120MHz||up to 133 MHz|
|Protocol||LoRaWAN,RS485,CANFD & CAN2.0||CAN2.0||CANFD & CAN2.0||CANFD & CAN2.0||CAN2.0|
|Operate Voltage （MicroUSB）||5V||5V||5V||5V||3.3V|
|Input Interface||9 pin sub-D or 4PIN Terminal||9 pin sub-D or 4PIN Terminal||sub-D or 4PIN Terminal||sub-D as well as Terminal||sub-D|
|Inventory status||in stock||out of stock||in stock||in stock||pre-order|
|CANBed 2040 PCBA||x1|
|4PIN HY2.0 Connector||x2|
|9x2 2.54 Header||x1|
|3x3 2.54 Header||x1|
|Switch for 120Ω terminal resistor||x1|