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 CAN bridges allow the coupling of two CAN networks, including networks with different bit rates. Unlike a CAN repeater, which only translates the electric signals, CAN messages are received completely by the CAN bridge and then sent to the other CAN network in line with existing filter and conversion rules. With these mechanisms, the bus load can be reduced in the individual networks by only sending messages which are of interest to the other network. CAN bridges allow the coupling of two CAN networks, including networks with different bit rates. Unlike a CAN repeater, which only translates the electric signals, CAN messages are received completely by the CAN bridge and then sent to the other CAN network in line with existing filter and conversion rules. With these mechanisms, the bus load can be reduced in the individual networks by only sending messages which are of interest to the other network.
  
-* [[ http://​www.ixxat.com/​index_en.html | IXXAT ]] [[http://​www.ixxat.com/​can_bridge_en.html | CANbridge]] Configurable CAN/CAN Bridge; available in Industrial Version (2x ISO 11898-2, as an option galvanic isolated; DIN rail or robust metal housing) and Automotive Version (1x ISO 11898-2, galvanic isolated, 1x ISO 11898-3; robust metal housing)+* [[ http://​www.ixxat.com/​index_en.html | IXXAT]] [[http://​www.ixxat.com/​can_bridge_en.html | CANbridge]] Configurable CAN/CAN Bridge; available in Industrial Version (2x ISO 11898-2, as an option galvanic isolated; DIN rail or robust metal housing) and Automotive Version (1x ISO 11898-2, galvanic isolated, 1x ISO 11898-3; robust metal housing) 
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 +* [[ http://​www.tke.fi/​ | TK Engineering]] [[http://​www.tke.fi/​networking/​wcs-10 | WCS-10 CAN Bridge]] Configurable CAN bridge for DIN rail mounting with four CAN networks and an additional separate CAN bus for configuration. Adapted for marine use and has been tested accordingly and approved by Germanisher Lloyd. There is also the [[http://​www.tke.fi/​networking/​scs-10 | SCS-10 CAN Switch]], a robust unit with acid proof IP-67 rated housing designed for the toughest environments on the planet.
  

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