CANBridge, CAN Torque Switch and CAN FMSGateway are part of a group of devices known under the common name of SCANBR.
These devices allow to control data flow in CAN bus of vehicles, such as buses or trams. All SCANBR devices have protection of transmission links against excessive voltage (max 50V), shorted to common ground and to transmission line.
CANBridge takes selected CAN frames from CAN0 channel, converts them and sends to CAN1 or CAN0 channels, depending on the setting of DIP-SWITCH1. Frames are not sent from CAN1 to CAN0.
CAN Torque Switch makes possible sending without modification of select CAN frames from CAN0 to CAN1, whereas from CAN1 to CAN0 some select frames are sent without modification, and the remaining frames with modification, depending on the setting of DIP-SWITCH.
CAN FMSGateway is used to send select CAN frames from CAN0 to CAN1 without modification or with modification, depending on the setting of DIP-SWITCH1. Frames are not sent from CAN1 to CAN0