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CAN to Single Mode Fiber Bridge / Converter- 1 (60 km) single mode, SC connector.  Has operating temperature range of -25°C ~ +75°C (-13°F ~ +167°F)


CAN to Single Mode Fiber Bridge / Converter- 1 (60 km) single mode, SC connector. Has operating temperature range of -25°C ~ +75°C (-13°F ~ +167°F)

  Price:  $579.00  

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Available end of June 2015

The I-2533CS-60 is a local CAN bridge used to establish a connection between two CAN bus system via single mode fiber optic transmission medium. In order to solve the problem between CAN and fiber transmission medium, the I-2533CS-60 device is specially designed for converting the electrical CAN bus signal to fiber optic cables. The I-2533CS-A/B supports Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) technology so that only a single fiber cable is needed for transmitting bi-directional CAN data. As the I-2533CS-A and I-2533CS-B must be paired because of hardware limitations, this means that the cost of deploying fiber cable can be effectively reduced.

I-2533CS-60 model has three more important features. First, the transmission distance limitation of the CAN bus system will not affected due to the different CAN baud rate. It means that the total CAN bus working distance can be extended. Second, the bus error on one CAN network will not affect the operation of another CAN network. Finally, the two CAN network can communication with each other by using different CAN baud rate for highly flexibility.

  • Fiber Type: SC ; Single mode ; 100 Base-FX
  • Maximum transmission distance up 60km at any CAN baud rate
  • NXP TJA1042 CAN transceiver
  • 2500 Vrms isolation on the CAN side
  • Supports both CAN 2.0A and CAN 2.0B
  • Fully compatible with the ISO 11898-2 standard
  • Rotary switch for CAN baud rate configuration
  • Build-in switch for 120 Ω terminator resistor
  • Removable terminal block, Mount easily on DIN-Rail
  • Allows user-defined CAN baud rate
  • Fiber broken line detection
  • Utility tool for CAN message filter configuration
  • The CAN port with the same Group ID can communicate with each other


CAN Interface
Connector Screwed terminal block (CAN_GND, CAN_L, CAN_H)
Baud Rate (bps) 10 k ~ 1 M
Transmission Distance (m) Depend on baud rate
Terminator Resistor Switch for 120Ω terminator resistor
Isolation 3000 VDC for DC-to-DC, 2500 Vrms for photo-couple
Specification ISO 11898-2, CAN 2.0A and CAN 2.0B
Fiber Interface
Type SC Duplex type ; Single mode ; 100 Base-FX
Wave Length (nm) 1310
Fiber Cable (μm) 8.3/125, 8.7/125, 9/125 or 10/125
Transmission Distance (km) 60 (indicative only)
Min. TX Output (dBm) 5
Max. TX Output (dBm) 0
Max. RX Sensitivity (dBm) -35
Max. RX Overload (dBm) -5
Budget (dBm) 30
UART Interface
COM1 RS-232 (configuration only)
COM1 Connector Screwed terminal block (RXD, TXD, GND)
Round LED PWR, FB_Ack, FB_Err, CAN_Err, CAN_Tx and CAN_Rx LEDs
Power supply Unregulated +10 ~ +30 VDC
Protection Power reverse polarity protection, Over-voltage brown-out protection
Power Consumption 0.125 @ 24VDC
Installation DIN-Rail
Dimensions 33.0 mm x 126 mm x 101 mm (W x L x H)
Operating Temp. -25°C ~ +75°C (-13°F ~ +167°F)
Storage Temp. -30°C ~ +80°C (-22°F ~ +176°F)
Humidity 10 ~ 90% RH, non-condensing


Network Deployment:

Extend CAN Network over Fiber Optic


CAN Baud rate [bit/sec] Ideal Fiber Length [km]
1M 30
800K 30
500K 30
250K 30
125K 30
50K 30
20K 30
10K 30

CAN Bus Distance:

CAN distance

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