Electronic Control Systems | CM (Controller Modules), J1939 Slave Units by Parker
The CM modules by Parker are general purpose controllers for vehicle and other applications.
Parker CM (control modules) modules may communicate with other CM modules, VMM modules, or may communicate with an IQAN master over a CAN-bus using J1939 protocol.
The CM modules are programmed using C or Matlab Simulink tools. Most CM modules have status LEDs that indicate the condition of inputs, outputs, power, and network activity.
The CM modules monitor their outputs continuously for fault information. Detected faults include short circuits (to ground or power), over currents and open load. In the event of a fault, the units can disable the output(s) that are faulted.
CM0711 (view here)
The CM0711 is a rugged CAN
controller. Several modules in the
system can be identified using
addressing IDtag inputs built into
the wire harness.
CM2115 (view here)
The CM2115 is an input/output
a controller that can be used to
monitor system sensors and drive
System loads. It can be used in any
systems where hydraulic control,
lighting control, or general electrical
control is required.
CM3620 (view here)
The CM3620 is an input/output
a controller that monitors digital,
analog, and frequency inputs,
and controls solid-state switched
CM3626 (view here)
The CM3626 is a general purpose
input/output controller that can be
used to monitor system sensors and
drive system loads. It can be used
in any systems where hydraulic
control, lighting control, or general
electrical control is required.