Overview This learning oportunity is an all encompassing In-Vehicle Networks technical training with the emphasis on Controller Area Network (CAN). CAN will be extensively covered along with Signals interpretation and the J1939 Higher Layer Protocol and NMEA2000. Also covered will be CAN On Board Diagnostics (ODB).
There will be theory sessions intermingled with hands on training session. The theory seasons will mostly be in the morning, with the hands-on lab sessions in the afternoon.
We can tailor the session for parties of 4 or more if there is an area of particular interest. A typical session is outlined in the example below:
Training Schedule Lunch is provided and is a cold buffet, please inform us of any dietary requirements. £349.00 ex vat
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LIN Protocol Introduction
LIN is a low-cost network often used to complement a CAN network for body and chassis electronics where the bandwidth and flexibility of CAN is not required.
You will learn the LIN protocol, configuration language and the API. The differences between the various versions of LIN are also discussed. A demonstration illustrating how LIN frames are constructed and their architecture is given.
Objective: To give students an in-depth knowledge of LIN and its different implementations.
Who should attend: Engineers and technical personnel. Knowledge of in-vehicle networking is helpful, but not necessary.
Course Outline: (1 day)
- Introduction: General LIN Overview
- Where LIN is used
- LIN Protocol – 1.2, 1.3, 2.0 (and SAE J2602), 2.1, 2.2 – differences between versions
- LDF – LIN Description Files – How to understand
- Schedule Tables
- Analysis of the LIN bus
- Diagnostics and Configuration – including differences between
- LIN implementation
Course Cost: £350; includes materials – fill out form below
Date is set upon customer request. Price also upon request. please complete form below
- Controller Area Network Protocol basics including the data link layer, physical layer and application layer
- Introduction to J1939 PGNs and Signals
- Introduction to NMEA2000 and why the protocol has certain features
- NMEA2000 main features and cabling
- Network management and addressing claiming
- Transport protocols and when to use them
- Broadcast Announcement Message (BAM)
- Connection Management Data Transfer (CMDT)
- Fast Packet Protocol
- Command Group Functions
- Signals and Fields, with examples from the Entertainment PGNs
- How to navigate around the NMEA2000 specifications