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ISO establishes test cases and test requirements to realize a test plan verifying if the CAN transceiver with implemented selective wake-up. ISO INTERNATIONAL. STANDARD. ISO. First edition. Road vehicles — Controller area network. (CAN) — Conformance test plan. Partie 1: Couche liaison de données et signalisation physique. STANDARD. ISO. First edition. Reference number. ISO (E).

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With this method and 61845 test suites ISO compliance can be verified. Since the beginning ofBOSCH has released the first version of the CAN FD protocol specification to fulfill the kso demands for bandwidth and cost efficient communications protocols. OEMs worldwide are very interested and heavily committed to this technology. Over the last years, several CAN FD implementations from multiple vendors have been launched onto the market. Carmakers are faced with the task of ensuring interoperability in a multi-vendor environment.

CAN / CAN-FD OSI-2 – CS Group

We have developed the test system for CAN FD, so that you are on the safe side with the use of this new protocol. Since the end ofwe offer the appropriate tests so that you can test your new developments with us as usual.


In the test planning and test execution, we consider your specific application fields and requirements. For the different implementations of the CAN protocol it is defined which features they have and how they must behave, which configuration options they provide and which status information they deliver. However the transmit and receive interface to the next layer is product 166845.

This simplification neglects the impact of the actual processor interface of the behavior of the controller. Therefore as a supplement we offer interface tests to check the specific characteristics of your processor interface in accordance with the device datasheet or manual.

CAN in Automation (CiA): ISO

The common protocol conformance test is typically based on short test cases that are intentionally designed to verify specific, separated features of the protocol implementation. In doing so it is neglected, that the behavior in 1645 current state of an implementation, is possibly influenced by the previous states and different conditions.

Therefore our robustness tests check your CAN controller with many successive test cases. Such a robustness test could extend over several days depending on the complexity of your module. As a result, errors are created.


Different parameters are varied during the test run, such as length and coding of the identifier, length and content of the messages and baud rate. Our robustness tests can detect problems and sporadic errors which are not detected by the standardized test cases of the ISO In addition to the properties defined in the ISOimplementation may have other properties that have to be tested.


When performing the standardized conformance tests, we question and evaluate test procedures and test results repeatedly. As a result, it has been determined that the test cases of the ISO are no longer sufficient for many applications.

The execution of the tests are controlled by our test controlled software.

The data storage of testing results and evaluations are done automatically. This allows us to react to inconsistencies during test execution and to identify and analyze possible errors in the controller. If you want more information please send us a mail or give us a phone. Skip to content Testing. The test cases cover conditions and events that may be critical: 1684 develop the corresponding test for you. Minimum requirement to ensure interoperability.