CAN SPI Click 3.3V Datasheet by MikroElektronika

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1. Introduction
CAN SPI click 3.3V is an accessory board
in mikroBus™ form factor. It is the best
solution for adding CAN connectivity to
your microcontroller with SPI interface.
Board features SN65HVD230 CAN transci-
ever circuit which provides CAN serial
communication physical layer in accordance
with the ISO 11898 standard. It is designed for
operation in especially-harsh environments,
providing reliable solution. Board is designed
to use 3.3V power supply only.
Once you have soldered the headers your
board is ready to be placed into desired
mikroBUS™ socket. Make sure to align the
cut in the lower-right part of the board
with the markings on the silkscreen at the
mikroBUS™ socket. If all the pins are aligned
correctly, push the board all the way
into the socket.
3. Plugging the board in
2 3
2. Soldering the headers
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4. Features and applications
CAN SPI click board features MCP2515 CAN
controller with SPI interface and supports
1 Mb/s operation. Board also features
screw terminals for easier connectivity,
power LED and node termination jumper.
It has low-current standby mode of 370
μA typical. Mentioned features make this
board ideal for industrial automation, home
automation as well as in automotive and
mobile machine industry.
Turn the board upward again. Make sure
to align the headers so that they are
perpendicular to the board, then solder the
pins carefully.
Turn the board upside down, so that
bottom side is facing you upwards. Place
shorter parts of the header pins in the
both soldering pad locations.
CAN SPI click
Before using your click board, make sure
to solder the provided 1x8 male headers
to both sides of the board. Two 1x8 male
headers are included with the board in
the package.
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8. Support
MikroElektronika offers Free Tech Support
(www.mikroe.com/esupport) until the
end of product lifetime, so if something goes
wrong, we are ready and willing to help!
7. Code Examples
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Once you have done all the necessary
preparations, it’s time to get your click
board up and running. We have provided
the examples for mikroC, mikroBasic and
mikroPascal compilers on our Libstock
website. Just download them and you are
ready to start.
5. CAN SPI click 3.3V Board Schematics
TX-CAN
RX-CAN
TX-CAN
RX-CAN
TX0#
TX1#
TX2#
OSC2
OSC1
INT#
SCK
MOSI
MISO
CS#
RST#
CANL
CANH
OSC1
OSC2
X1
10MHz
VCC
VCC
CS#
INT#
MISO
SCK
RST#
MOSI
R5
2K2
VCC
AN
RST
CS
SCK
MOSI
MISO
+3.3V
GND
PWM
INT
RX
TX
SCL
SDA
+5V
GND
1
2
3
5
4
6
7
8
9
18
17
16
14
15
13
12
11
10
TXCAN
RXCAN
CLKOUT
TX0RTS SO
CS
RESET
Vss
TX1RTS
TX2RTS
OSC2
OSC1
Vss
SI
SCK
INT
RX0BF
RX1BF
U1
MCP2515
1
2
3
5
4
6
7
8
TXD
VSS
VDD
RXDVref
CANL
CANH
Rs
U2
SN65HVD230
CN1
R6
120
R4
10
R3
100K
R2
100K
R1
100K
C1
100nF
C2
100nF
C4
22pF
C3
22pF
TERM.
PWR
VCC
6. Node termination jumper
1.
2.
If the board is the first
and the last node of
the CAN network, then
J2 jumper should be
placed.
If the board is a node in the middle,
jumper should be removed.
MikroElektronika assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in the present document.
Specification and information contained in the present schematic are subject to change at any time without notice. Copyright © 2012 MikroElektronika. All rights reserved.