News 2014

31August2014

CW-39X - ELECTRONIC HIGH-CURRENT RELAYS UP TO 70 A WITH INTEGRATED CURRENT METER

The CW-39x series of electronic, high-current relays from CANWAY make possible fast and contract-free switching of max. 70 A direct current loads (140 A pulse load). They replace conventional electromechanical relays; however, they offer the advantages of the integrated semiconductor technology and rugged design in an IP40 rated housing, which include a long service life, rapid switching times as well as a large number of switching cycles. Depending on the relay they are controlled either via a voltage signal or via CAN bus. The CW-392 is also equipped with a current meter integrated in the load circuit, whose measured values can be issued via the CAN bus.

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01August2014

CW-219/220 - VIBRATION MONITOR AND EARLY DAMAGE DETECTION

The CW-219/220 from CANWAY is a high-performance platform for DSP-based analysis of vibration signals. The signals acquired via vibration sensors are analyzed by different algorithms and monitored with the aid of characteristic curves. The module is designed for use in a wide range of applications including test benches for engines, transmissions and pumps as well as high-speed test benches for tires. On these test benches the CW-219/220 recognizes a change in the structure of the tires to detect early signs of damage. 

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04Juni2014

CW-121 CANNECT II – GATEWAY FÜR CAN UND LIN – EASILY AND FLEXIBLY CONFIGURED VIA GUI

With the CANnect II CANWAY offers a high-performance and extremely versatile gateway to network different bus systems. Messages and signals are mapped using a drag-and-drop operation in the software CW-921 and modified by means of the powerful formula editor. The user-friendly operating concept of the previous version has been resolutely further developed and new functions added. The versatile configuration options make the CANnect II ideally suitable for a wide range of applications, for example in test benches and vehicles.  

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