The National Instruments PCI-CAN Series Controller Area Network (CAN) Interfaces meet the physical and electrical requirements for in-vechicle automotive networks based on CAN. With a National Instruments CAN interface, you can use a desktop, industrial, or notebook PC running Windows for a variety of CAN applications, including automotive testing and diagnostics, prototype design, factory automation, and machine control. What are the differences between the Series 1 and Series 2 CAN boards?
Series 1 boards could communicate by either DeviceNet or CAN, but for Series 2 this functionality was separated into different products. Because of this, Series 1 cards require an older version of the NI-CAN driver to be used since Series 2 phased the Series 1 cards out.
Product Family: CAN Simulator, 779189-01, 779189-02, PXI-8464/2, PXI 8464/2, PXI8464/2, PXI-8464-2, PXI-8464 2, PXI8464-2, PXI-8464 2, PCI-CAN LS2, PCI CAN LS2, PCICAN LS2, PCICANLS2, PCI-CAN-LS2, PXI-8461, PXI8461, PXI 8461