Axia CAN bus Specifications

Updated 4 months ago by Bryan Jones

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CAN stands for Controller Area Network and is a robust standard initially designed for the automobile industry to allow microcontrollers and devices to communicate with each others' applications without a host computer

This document describes the electrical pin outs of the CAN bus cable used in Axia PowerStation, Element, Fusion, and QOR lines of consoles.

CONNECTOR

The standard CAN Bus supplied with your device has the same connector on both ends. Although it looks different the larger end simply has a shield around it.

  • Pin 1 - 48v Gnd
  • Pin 2 - GND Chassis
  • Pin 3 - CAN (-)
  • Pin 4 - 48v
  • Pin 5 - CAN GND
  • Pin 6 - CAN (+)

DRAWING OF THE CABLE

See our document on the cable components for more information.

PART NUMBERS OF AVAILABLE CABLES

CANbus cables (Fusion, Element & QOR)

1711-00128

GPIO-TO-ELEMENT POWER CABLE 20FT

default included with shipped product

1711-00137

GPIO-TO-ELEMENT POWER CABLE 10FT

1711-00150

GPIO-TO-ELEMENT POWER CABLE 40FT

1711-00152

GPIO-TO-ELEMENT POWER CABLE 25FT

1711-00153

GPIO-TO-ELEMENT POWER CABLE 35FT

1711-00197

PS to Element Splt Console

also 2091-00122-000 is same cable

1711-00252

GPIO-to-DESQ cbl 20’

1771-00041

Canbus Terminator Plug

SCHEMATIC OF A STANDARD CAN BUS CIRCUIT

RJ45 PINOUT USED FOR INTERNAL CONNECTIONS

PINS USED FOR POWER

PIN #

Description

1

48 Volt

2

Ref (GND)

7

Ref (GND)

8

48 Volt

PINS USED FOR DATA

PIN #

Description

3

Sig_GND

4

CAN_H

5

CAN_L

6

Sig_GND


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