EN 16815:2019 CleANopen. Application profile for municipal vehicles

BS EN 16815:2019

CleANopen. Application profile for municipal vehicles

Status : Current   Published : April 2019



What is this standard about?

This document provides a set of CANopen application profile specifications that describes the CleANopen embedded body control network of municipal vehicles, e.g. refuse collecting trucks.

It specifies the CANopen communication interfaces and the application functionality of several functional elements (virtual devices).

It does not specify CANopen devices.

The CleANopen application profile specifications consist of several parts dealing with the following:

— general definitions;

— functionality of the virtual devices;

— pre-defined PDOs and SDOs;

— application objects.

Standard NumberBS EN 16815:2019
TitleCleANopen. Application profile for municipal vehicles
Publication Date12 April 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO/IEC 646, ISO 639-1, SAE J1939-71, ISO 11898-2
Informative References(Provided for Information)CiA 413-5, CiA 303-1, CiA 413-2, CiA 301, CiA 413-3, CiA 302
ReplacesPD CEN/TR 16815:2015
International RelationshipsEN 16815:2019
Draft Superseded By18/30374482 DC
DescriptorsInternational identification numbers, Road vehicles, Cryptography, Safety, Traffic, Telemetry, Automatic, Data processing, Road transport, Interfaces (data processing), Data transfer, Life (durability), Data transmission, Identification methods, Data security, Telecommunication systems, Information exchange, Electronic equipment and components
Title in FrenchCleANopen. Profil d'application aux véhicules municipaux
Title in GermanCleANopen. Anwendungsprofil für Kommunalfahrzeuge
ISBN978 0 539 00217 1
File Size6.927 MB

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