The imc BUSDAQflex series is used to acquire measurement information from vehicle, railway and aviation buses. In the basic configuration, the system has two CAN nodes. Depending on the selected housing size, these can be extended up to twelve nodes for different field and vehicle buses. In addition to CAN, interfaces to LIN, FlexRay, ARINC, MVB, EtherCAT, XCPoE and CAN FD are available. Furthermore, it is possible to connect additional protocols and buses via a programmable APPMOD interface with Ethernet or RS232 interface.
In addition to recording raw data streams and protocol channels, imc BUSDAQflex also supports live decoding of individual channels as well as complex protocols such as CCP, KWP2000, XCP, OBD2, UDS, DiagOnCan, TP2.0 and GMLAN.
With versatile triggering possibilities as well as the internal real-time data processing, these compact systems prove to be much more than simple loggers. In addition to its low power consumption and fast measurement readiness (in the millisecond range), this compact device also excels in robustness. With condensation protection and an extended temperature range, the imc BUSDAQflex
series can operate easily in extreme environments. Specifically, this means that operation is assured with interior module temperatures ranging from -40 °C up to
+85 °C and up to 50g shock resistance when used in off-road testing.
The new data logger is perfectly complemented by the imc CANSASflex
series measurement modules. Thanks to the click mechanism, the modules can be directly attached to the logger without tools and cables. In a very short time, a complete measurement system that can synchronously record and store all data can be made from a pure field bus logger.