Increasingly the relationship between system buses and embedded software execution is becoming more relevant during development, and system integration and testing. To bridge this divide, the CAN and LIN bus network data can be captured and displayed in parallel to the microcontroller code execution domain. The IOM6 CAN/LIN Accessory can be simply attached to a free FNET port on our iC5700 BlueBox On-Chip Analyzers to visualize the delays across system software.

System Debugging Capable

With the growth of highly complex, multi-core embedded applications, especially in the context of automotive, worst-case timing analysis has become an area of focus for developers in all disciplines. For many automotive applications, with layers of abstraction hiding both code and functionality, and little insight into parallel software modules, such hardware can, at least, show the end-to-end timing of a CAN and LIN message. Couple this with a live system, the impact of CAN network data on the timing of the AUTOSAR application can also be measured, potentially leading to changes in priority of messages on the CAN bus to improve response times. In industrial applications, similar measurements can be made, reviewing activity at RTOS task level within winIDEA and then examining CAN bus activity in parallel.

Technical Data:
Power Consumption


Operating Temperature

10°C to 40°C


100 x 125 x 55 mm

CAN Channels

2 x MCP2562FD (galvanic isolation)
CAN 2.0 / CAN-FD ISO/non-ISO

LIN Channels

2 x TJA1027 (galvanic isolation)
LIN 1.0 / LIN 2.0

Document Description
IOM6 CAN/LIN Brochure (1.79MB)

Get the insights you need on the IOM6 CAN/LIN, its features and capabilities.

BlueBox Accessories Overview (7.95MB)

If you want to know which of iSYSTEM’s BlueBox™ On-Chip Analyzers is best for your needs, this overview will provide the answers you’re looking for.

IOM6 CAN/LIN Technical User Manual (2.16MB)

Download the full user manual for the IOM6 CAN/LINIOM6 CAN/LIN, covering start-up, configuration and usage scenarios.

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