Wireless CAN-to-CAN Bridge
Enable your machines to establish smart machine-to-machine (M2M) communication with one or multiple peers. From simple point-to-point CAN bridging, to auto-connecting different CANlink® wireless devices by name or broadcasting CAN data simultaneously to up to 7 connected modules, the applications are almost limitless. For example, a towing vehicle can be configured to automatically connect with a trailer based on the group name and the highest signal strength.
Wireless CAN-to-Bluetooth / Wi-Fi Interface
Our Local Connectivity solution is ideal for connecting to your machine‘s CAN bus remotely with an interface such as your smartphone, computer, or any other network device. To get started, use our Dashboard Software for PC or Android. Alternatively, you can integrate our functionality into your own Android App or iOS App via Byte Command Protocol API.
Transmit your machine's CAN data wirelessly to reduce complexity and enable new applications
Make cables obsolete
Wirelessly transmit CAN data up to a range of 450 meters (1,470 feet) via Wi-Fi / Bluetooth, instead of using complex cabling.
Enable your customers to interact with their machines in new ways – by streaming data in real-time to existing interfaces such as a smartphone or display.
Designed for heavy equipment
The device features an IP67 protection class, impervious to dust and water, making it ideally suited for off-highway applications.
Learn how BOMAG improves the operator's daily work process with Local Connectivity.
CANlink® wireless 3000
The CANlink® wireless enables rapid wireless CAN-based communication via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
The device connects directly to the CAN bus of the vehicle and achieves bi-directional wireless connections with low latency. It doesn’t require any extra programming and works from the moment it is plugged in.
The robust housing of the device with IP67 protection (IP65 with external antenna) is particularly suitable for agricultural, construction and mining equipment. It is the perfect solution for wireless access to your machines on site and for exchanging data between machines.
Remote Service Tool
The Remote Service Tool enables the visualization of various CAN data such as operating hours, oil pressure, coolant temperature, or speed. Among other things, numerical displays, pointer instruments, as well as column and line charts can be adjusted, moved, and edited as desired in size and design.
It also offers the possibility to log data during an existing connection and to replay them at a later time.