The Electronic Control Units (ECUs) present in modern automobiles, as well as other equipment, may interact with one another in a dependable, priority-driven manner thanks to the Controller Area Network (CAN), a message-based protocol.
There is no need for a host computer because any devices in the network can receive messages or “frames.” A comprehensive collection of international standards are available for CAN under ISO 11898.
Each message now has a standard length of 64 bytes, an increase of 800%, and the maximum data rate has risen from 1 Mbps to 8 Mbps. The term “flexible” refers to the ability of ECUs to dynamically alter their transmission rates and choose between larger and smaller message sizes in response to immediate needs.
The Global Automotive CAN Transceiver market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The TJA1052i is a high-speed Controller Area Network (CAN) transceiver with integrated galvanic isolation technology from NXP Semiconductors N.V. The TJA1052i is the only device of its kind to offer this level of integration at AEC-Q100 vehicle grade quality while still complying with ISO11898-2.
The TJA1052i gives designers a selection for all CAN network types where high- and low-voltage networks co-exist and require galvanic isolation for safety reasons, such as in electric and hybrid automobiles.
The process of designing a CAN transceiver with isolation greatly reduces the complexity of creating a secure bridge between high and low voltage levels. The TJA1052i considerably enhances signal integrity in chaotic electromagnetic situations while providing protection against electric shocks, overvoltage, ground offset, and reverse current.
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