Press Release Summary:
Solid-state, microprocessor-based CL-411 enables users to monitor several functions and components of off-road equipment. Product, able to serve as master or slave, provides 16 analog, frequency, resistive dependant sensor, and digital inputs. Along with 20 outputs that include PWMs outputs as well as 15 A sourcing outputs, unit features 4 switch-to-ground harness codes for multiplexing, 2 J1939 CAN ports, and one RS232 port.
Original Press Release:
Control More Functions through a Single Module
(Hartford, WI) - For monitoring and controlling the functions on large off-road equipment, HED introduces the CL-411, a solid-state microprocessor based module that is the newest member of the HED CANLink multiplexed control family. This module offers the user to have large number of versatile I/Os including high current outputs while multiplexing their equipment. It can serve the function of being either a master or slave module depending upon the application and interfaces into J1939 protocol CANbus systems.
The CL-411 is the only module that features a large number of high current 15 amp sourcing outputs for driving pumps, engines and large LED's. Its 20 outputs also include PWMs outputs.
The module's 16 inputs consist of:
o Analog (joysticks)
o Frequency (gauges)
o Resistive dependant sensor (temperature and fuel gauges)
o Digital inputs.
It also has four switch-to-ground harness codes for multiplexing. This module is ideal for heavy-duty off-road equipment which features a number of functions and components that require monitoring and control. The CL-411 can handle a variety of functions and in many cases have unassigned connectors for future machine upgrades.
The CL-411 also offers:
o 4 input harness codes IDs
o 2 J1939 CAN ports
o RS232 port
o Nema 4 rating aluminum enclosure
o 5VDC regulated supply for senors
HED is a leading supplier of state-of-the-art electronics for truck, vehicle, and off-road machine applications. Contact HED for a free copy of the new brochure on the expanded CANLink family.