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Automotive CAN Transceivers provide a cost-effective way to communicate data between two electronic control units (ECUs) in cars and can be used in powertrain systems such as the engine management unit (EMU), transmission control unit (TCM), and body control module.
In order to communicate between various vehicle modules, an automobile CAN transceiver is installed in the body. In infotainment systems, automotive CAN transceivers are utilised to store multimedia content such as music and movies.
Due to the rising adoption of sophisticated infotainment technologies, the automotive CAN transceiver market is likely to rise at a high rate in the future years. By incorporating CAN-based communication protocols, manufacturers have recently focused on the development of high-end safety systems and autonomous driving technologies.
The India Automotive CAN Transceiver Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Analog Devices Inc. has released the ADM3051 High-Speed CAN Transceivers. The ADM3051 High-Speed CAN Transceivers are physical layer transceivers for the controller area network (CAN), which allow a protocol layer CAN controller to access the physical layer bus.
The ISO 11898 standard is supported by the ADM3051 CAN Transceivers, which can transmit data at up to 1Mbps. In 24V bus power systems, the devices provide current-limiting and thermal shutdown characteristics to guard against output short circuits and occurrences when the bus is shorted to ground or power terminals.
Designers have three functioning modes to select from (high speed, slope control, and standby). The ADM3051 High-Speed Industrial CAN Transceivers have an industrial temperature range of -40°C to +125°C, making them ideal for CAN data buses and industrial field networks.
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