Communications are achieved with the host ECU via an isolated CAN 2.0B interface (500 kbit/sec). The module has a wide input voltage of 5V to 53V, thereby accommodating most vehicle systems. It provides a wide temperature range of –40 °C to +105 °C. The module was designed to ISO 6469-3:2011-12 / FMVSS 305. An evaluation kit, with cables, CAN to USB dongle and software is available. Sendyne’s SIM100 IC is also obtainable as a separate component.
"It’s a new type of electronic device that takes advantage of the modern stochastic process theory in order to solve a safety problem with very few known parameters. We are very pleased with the results. We were able to achieve them utilizing modelling and computing tools which we have developed for a wide area of IoT analytics applications,” said Sendyne’s CEO John Milios.