Access Period: 90 days
Duration: 10.5 Hours
The Controller Area Network has become the standard of choice for most automotive manufacturers. Approved for use as an ISO and EPA diagnostic network, its usage continues to grow. This e-seminar covers the theory and use of the CAN protocol, and its applications in the automotive industry.
Instructor Mark Zachos presents details on how the CAN protocol and other standards (J2284, J2411, J1939, ISO 11898, etc.) complement each other. Validation engineers, test engineers, embedded programmers, and those who are currently or will be working with applications using CAN will benefit from the content on CAN application layers; the latest J1939, J2284, J2411, and IDB standards, regulations, and implementation requirements; and details of device hardware and software interfaces. Also presented is a demonstration using system development tools.
Based on the popular classroom seminar, this ten and a half hour course offers an introduction, six modules, and a Gryphon demonstration accompanied by a handbook with exercises. The SAE standards, J1939 Recommended Practice for a Serial Control and Communications Vehicle Network and J1939/71 Recommended Practice for Vehicle Application Layer, are included also as reference documents.
Is this e-Seminar for You?
This e-Seminar is geared toward validation engineers, test engineers, embedded programmers, and those who are currently working (or will be in the future) with applications using CAN. You should have at least an undergraduate engineering degree.
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"This course is very informative and clears up a lot of confusion about how CAN Bus is implemented."
"This seminar helped me understand very clearly the soft and hardware requirements of CAN."
John H. Boone
Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America, Inc.
By participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Apply CAN protocol
- Demonstrate how CAN is used in various automotive applications
- Use CAN-related standards and specifications
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- [Total Run
Time: 1 hour, 28 minutes]
- Discuss the history of CARB and EPA regulations and how these effected the advancement of CAN in vehicles
- Specify why more than one CAN network may be used in a vehicle
- Explain how different networks have been classified by speed and function
Run Time: 1 hour, 26 minutes]
- List different BUS topologies and what topology that CAN uses
- Define the CAN protocol network access method
- Describe the ISO/OSI model as it relates to CAN
- Recognize a sample of CAN device vendors
- [Total Run
Time: 2 hours, 8 minutes]
- Identify the different versions of the CAN specification
- Iterate the details of the CAN message frame and the definition of the frame bits
- Define CAN arbitration operation and the CAN bit stuffing function
- Calculate the CAN error detection and fault confinement states
- Describe CAN bus utilization calculation
- [Total Run
Time: 1 hour, 14 minutes]
- Provide working details of a typical CAN controller device (Intel 82527)
- Describe how to program the 82527 registers
- Show how to calculate CAN bit timing and program timing registers
- Define the Philips SJA 1000 CAN device
- Identify other CAN controller devices
[Total Run Time: 39 minutes]
- Describe the operation of the ISO 11898 standard CAN physical layer
- State how the fault tolerant CAN physical layer works
- [Total Run Time: 1 hour,
- Read SAE J2284 specification for passenger car CAN
- Interpret SAE J2411 Single Wire CAN specification
- Explain diagnostics on CAN and the ISO 15765 specification
- Describe How the GMLAN implementation of CAN operates
- [Total Run
Time: 1 hour, 25 minutes]
- Recognize the structure of the SAE J1939 document
- Relate How the SAE J1939 implementation of CAN operates
- Establish message IDs and data types for J1939 messages
- [Total Run Time: 12 minutes]
- Explain torque split ratio and its influence on vehicle behavior
- Describe the tire friction circle and its relationship to lateral and longitudinal acceleration
- Discuss the history and function of ER and MR fluids
Instructor(s): Mark P. Zachos
Mr. Mark Zachos is the president of Dearborn Group, Inc. and has more than twenty years of networking experience. He participates in many SAE and ISO multiplexing committees, including the following: J1850, J1939, J2284, J2411, and J2367. Mr. Zachos holds a B.S. and an M.S. in engineering from the University of Michigan, where he is currently an adjunct professor.
- 90 days of single-user access (from date of purchase) to the 10.5 hour course
- Links to streaming video modules
- Course Handbook (downloadable, .pdf's, subject to DRM)
- The SAE standards, J1939 Recommended Practice for a Serial Control and Communications Vehicle Network and J1939/71 Recommended Practice for Vehicle Application Layer (.pdf, downloadable)
- Online Pre-test (self-test, immediate results)
- Online Post-test (submit to SAE)
- Instructor follow up to your content questions
- 1.1 CEUs*/Certificate of Achievement (with satisfactory post-test score)
SAE "e-Seminars" are electronically delivered seminars featuring full-motion video illustrated with synchronized presentation slides. e-Seminars are based on some of SAE's most highly attended and rated classroom seminars.
- Windows 7, 8 (Apple OSX and Unix/Linux are not supported but may work)
- Pentium 4 PC
- Minimum 512 MB RAM; recommended 1 GB RAM
- Internet Explorer 10-11, Mozilla Firefox 37+, Google Chrome 42+ (Safari and Opera are not supported)
- Broadband-1Mbps minimum