DS6311 FlexRay Board

SCALEXIO I/O board for connecting simulators to FlexRay bus systems

The DS6311 provides four FlexRay controllers for a SCALEXIO system.

Application Areas

The DS6311 is the interface between a SCALEXIO system and FlexRay bus systems. It provides four independent FlexRay controllers for RCP and HIL applications. The board supports FlexRay protocol specification 2.1 and offers downward compatibility to previous standards. It provides a software-configurable, switchable termination circuit. 

Key Benefits

  • 4 fully featured and independent FlexRay controllers
  • Channel A and B of each controller can be used in parallel with other controllers
  • All I/O functions are software-configurable via ConfigurationDesk, so there is no need for hardware changes.  

Parameter Specification
  • Supports FlexRay protocol specification 2.1
  • 4 fully featured and independent FlexRay controllers
  • Channel A and B of each controller are independent of other controllers
  • Software-controlled termination resistor
  • Software-controlled feed-through mode
  • Overvoltage protection up to +/- 60 V
  • Wake-up on FlexRay support
  • Supported data rates: 2.5 Mbit/s, 5 Mbit/s and 10 Mbit/s
  • 1 x 50-pin Sub-D connector
Internal communication interface
Physical size
  • 238 x 100 x 59 mm (9.4 x 3.9 x 2.3 in)
  • Requires 1 slot
Voltage supply
  • 24 V
Typical power consumption
  • 6 W

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