The PWM and CAN Generator combines the simulations of signals needed for OCU stimulation. It consists of two parts – a PWM simulator and a CAN simulator.
The PWM & CAN Generator consists of two parts - a PWM simulator and a CAN simulator.
The PWM simulator generates a “No Crash” PWM signal, a “Crash” PWM signal, and no PWM signal. The CAN simulator generates signals for clamps, dimming, vehicle speed, and airbag crashes.
Small size and simple operation
Covers frequencies of 10 Hz and 100 Hz
LED indication of CAN communication
Actual values or states of the generated signals displayed on a 4.3” colour LCD display
The PWM Simulator generates defined PWM signal states, such as an airbag unit.
It generates the following states: “No Crash” PWM signal, “Crash” PWM signal, and no PWM signal.
For the “Crash” PWM signal, it is possible to set 3 levels: Crash Level 1, Crash Level 2, and Crash Level 3 (differing in cycle times).
The PWM signal level is selected using a three-position switch.
It meets the VW80105-93 and LAH.DUM.959.E requirements.
Generates signals for:
Airbag_01 airbag crash signal (only the states 0-kein_Crash, 1-Crash_Intensitaet_1, 7-Crash_Intensitaet_3)
Technical Data and Interfaces
Three crash levels (Level 1 60 ms / 40 ms, Level 2 40 ms / 60 ms, Level 3 20 ms / 80 ms)
D-SUB 9 male connector with CAN signals
6-pin connector with non-CAN signals
CAN termination – The termination resistors can be connected or disconnected from Antrieb and Fahrwerk CAN via the CAN term switch (The termination resistor is permanently connected to a high-speed Comfort CAN.)
10 Hz and 100 Hz
8 V to 18 V
-20 °C to 70 °C while preventing condensation
Dimensions (W x D x H)
165 x 165 x 30 mm (including connectors and control elements
On request, we offer individual training and professional consultation with this product. For more information, please contact us.