The WiFi CL3000 allows you to access log files remotely across two modes: Access Point mode and Station mode. Further, the CL3000 has a built-in real-time clock with battery backup.
The CL3000 offers simple and user friendly logging of data from a CAN-bus without the use of a computer. Data are stored on a 16 GB SD-card in a simple
format so that it can be directly loaded into an analysis tool for post processing. The logged data can be transferred rapidly via WiFi at up to 70
Mbps (9 MB/s) - or via USB.
With Station mode, the CL3000 is able to connect to a WiFi hotspot - e.g. a router, smartphone hotspot or mobile truck hotspot. This makes it ideal for
logging CAN bus, J1939 or OBD2 data at scale in e.g. vehicle fleet applications. Simply access each logger while on the network to download the log
files - or use our pull scripts to automatize the process.
The device also offers a wide range of configuration possibilities, such as message filtering, down-sampling, automatic bit-rate detection, cyclic-logging,
heartbeat signal and runtime logging control. Further, recently added features include the ability to transmit up to 20 custom CAN messages (for use
in e.g. OBD-II logging) and a new serial interface letting the logger act as a wired CAN interface for streaming real-time data (incl. integration
with Wireshark via CANvas).
The ability to enable message filtering and configure which data fields to log combined with the huge available storage capacity makes the device suitable
for long-term stand-alone data logging.
The device configuration can be done on a PC and requires no special software - or via our free CANvas software. To simplify the device configuration and
to test the CAN-bus connection, the device supports real-time CAN-bus traffic to be displayed
directly on a PC using the USB-connection.
The device uses a standard D-sub 9 connector to connect to the CAN-bus and a removable mini-USB cable to connect to a PC. Refer to the product manual for
a connector pinout.
- A 2-in-1 CAN analyzer: Wireless CAN logger and wired real-time CAN interface
- Wireless transfer of log data via "Access Point" or "Station" modes (LAN standard 802.11 b/g/n)
- Access data wirelessly via PC, laptop, tablet or phone - locally or online
- WiFi security via WEP, WPA, WPA2 and customizable password
- 16 GB SD card included for stand-alone CAN bus recording
- Rapid wireless CAN data transfer up to 70 Mbps (~9 MB/s)
- Real-time clock with battery backup for date & time stamping CAN data
- Plug-and-log" right out of the box - incl. bit-rate auto-detection support
- Supports High Speed CAN (ISO-11898-2) to log e.g. J1939, CANopen, OBD2
- Supports 11-bit (CAN 2.0A) and 29-bit (CAN 2.0B) identifiers
- Compact and robust enclosure the size of a matchbox
- Powered via USB or CAN bus (standard DB9 connector, with optional J1939 or OBD2 adaptor)
- Low power usage (~1 watt in default logging mode) - no risk of battery drainage
- Logger status easily visible via 3 external LEDs
- Standard: Compliant with physical layer standard ISO 11898-2
- Identifiers: Compliant with CAN specifications 2.0A (11-Bit ID) and 2.0B (29-Bit ID)
- Bit Rate: Bit rates up to 1 Mbps (manually configured or automatically detected)
- Bit-rate auto-detection: Yes
- Protocol Support: Protocol independent (i.e. able to log J1939, CANopen, OBD2, ...)
- Filters: Advanced message filtering on four configurable channels
- Silent Mode: Yes (does not affect CAN-bus transmission)
- Fail-Safes: The device does not terminate the CAN-bus internally
- SD Card: 16 GB SD card (not replaceable in CL3000)
- Real-time clock: Yes; messages are time-stamped with 1ms resolution
- Control Signal: Logging state (enabled/disabled) can be changed run-time using a CAN-bus control message
- Heartbeat Signal: Supports heartbeat signal to periodically indicate logger status
- Cyclic Logging: Supports cyclic logging mode (oldest log file is deleted when file system is full)
- Down Sampling: Channel specific message down-sampling to reduce frequency of logged messages
- Transmit: Transmit up to 20 customized CAN bus messages (e.g. for OBD2 queries)
- File System: Standard FAT file system
- Modes: Access Point (AP) and Station (STA)
- Transfer Modes: Pull, Push
- Wireless Transfer Speed: Up to 70 Mbps (9 MB/s)
- LAN Standard: 802.11 b/g/n