1. Introduction:

  • CAN bus features
  • CAN/CANopen® standards
  • CAN in Automation  (CiA)

2. Physical layer:

  • CAN network topology according to ISO11898-2
  • Electrical connection to CANbus, volatge levels
  • Connectors

3. Data link layer:

  • Standard and extended CAN frame
  • The principle of arbitration CAN frame
  • Request transmission (RTR) and error frames
  • Statement of CAN node  

4. Application data layer CANopen®:

  • CiA specifications
  • CANopen® device model
  • CANopen® services (NMT, SDO, PDO, EMCY, SYNC)
  • ID structure
  • Object Dictionary
  • CANopen® device operation state
  • Layer Setting Services (LSS)
  • CANopen® Safety (EN 50325-5)

5. Exercises of configuration CAN bus:

  • Support tools for CANopen® network configuration and diagnostic
  • CANopen® nodes configuration (pressure, I/O module, ciśnienia, modułu I/O, hydraulics drives etc.)
  • Starting up CANopen® network, operation tests, node configuration change
  • Possibility to connect customer devices to CAN/Canopen® network

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CoDeSys 2.1 CoDeSys 2.3 CoDeSys 3.5


  • Operation of PLC
  • Creating new projest and basic parametrisation of devices
  • PLC memory organization and addressing rules
  • Main core of PLC manament
  • Role and definition of variables, differnet types of data
  • Programming languages, structure of programing PLC block
  • Logical operators in languages: ST, FBD, LD
  • Monitoring and testing the application
  • Basics of structural programing - different types of blocks and using them
  • Latches and slopes
  • Number systems in PLC
  • Aritmetical instructions
  • onter instructions
  • Exporting and importing source code blocks
  • Library creating and loading them into projest application
  • Time systems
  • Source code optimisation
  • Project management
  • Project documentation
  • Archive the project and loading projest from archive
  • Main differences between CoDeSys 2.1/2.3/3.5

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