CiA® 424 series: CANopen application profile for rail vehicle door control systems

The CiA 424 series of documents specifies virtual device interfaces for door controllers and door units. This application profile is part of a virtual multiple network architecture. The sub-system for door control can be connected to a CiA 421-based vehicle bus via the door controller. In order to support every physical network architecture, no PDOs have been pre-defined.
The door controller sends commands to the door units. The door units confirm the commands by door state parameters and provide door diagnostic information. Additionally, several specific process data (e.g. door hold open time) are provided by the door units. All devices support the heartbeat protocol.

For more detailed information CiA members can download CiA 424 specification from CiA's members-only website.

 

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CiA 424-1 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for rail vehicle door control systems - Part 1: General definitions
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This CANopen application profile defines the communication between virtual devices within a rail vehicle door control system. The rail vehicle door control system may be connected via a gateway device to the logical CANopen-based rail vehicle in-vehicle network. The set of specifications is organized as follows: • Part 1: General definitions; • Part 2: Door controller; • Part 3: Door unit. Devices compliant to this application profile shall use communication techniques, which conform to those described in the CiA Draft Standard 301.

2006-08-18 353 KB DSP Login
CiA 424-3 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for rail vehicle door control systems - Part 3: Door unit
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This part of the CANopen application profile for rail vehicle door control systems describes the door unit.

2006-08-18 470 KB DSP Login
CiA 424-2 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for rail vehicle door control systems - Part 2: Door controller
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This part of the CANopen application profile rail vehicle door control system describes the rail door controller.

2006-08-18 441 KB DSP Login
CiA 421-1 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for train vehicle control systems - Part 1: General definitions
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This application profile defines the communication between virtual devices within locomotives, power cars as well as coaches. It is intended to use the application profile for urban and regional rail vehicle transportation system as well as long-distance rail vehicle transportation systems including high-speed trains. But it is not limited to these railway applications, e.g. it is also used in cargo train locomotives and cargo train wagons as well as other railway transportation systems, such as commuter trains, subway trains, etc. The set of specifications is organized as follows: • Part 1: General definitions; • Part 2: Train operating system (TOS); • Part 3: Monitoring and safety system (MSS); • Part 4: Auxiliary operating system (AUX): • Part 5: Power (drive) system (PDS); • Part 6: Running gear system (RGS); • Part 7: Brake control system (BCS); • Part 8: Ancillary operating system (ANC); • Part 9: Vehicle linkage system (VLS); • Part 10: Exterior lighting system (ELS); • Part 11: Interior lighting system (ILS); • Part 12: Door control system (DCS); • Part 13: HVAC system (HS); • Part 14: Passenger information system (PIS); • Part 15: Cargo superstructure system (CSS); • Part 16: Diagnostic system (DS); • Part 17: Train-to-ground communication system (TCS); • Part 18: Slip/slide control system (SCS). CANopen devices compliant to this application profile use communication techniques, which conform to those described in the CiA Draft Standard 301.

2006-08-18 409 KB DSP Login
CiA 421-4 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for train vehicle control systems - Part 4: Auxillary operating system
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This part of the CANopen application profile for train control networks describes the CANopen interface of the virtual rail vehicle auxiliary operating system.

2016-08-18 504 KB DSP Login
CiA 421-5 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for train vehicle control systems - Part 5: Power (drive) system
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This part of the CANopen application profile describes the CANopen interface of the virtual power drive system to the rail vehicle in-vehicle network.

2006-08-18 2 MB DSP Login
CiA 421-9 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for train vehicle control systems - Part 9: Vehicle linkage system
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This part of the CANopen application profile for rail vehicles describes the CANopen interface of the vehicle linkage device. Via this interface all required data is exchanged that is relevant to control full automatic couplings. Full automatic couplings handle all connections between the rail vehicles such as e.g. electrically or electrical automatically, without human interaction.

2008-04-17 354 KB DSP Login
CiA 421-10 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for train vehicle control systems - Part 10: Exterior lighting system
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This part of the CANopen application profile for rail vehicles describes the CANopen interface of the virtual exterior lighting system.

2008-08-18 452 KB PAS Login
CiA 421-11 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for train vehicle control systems - Part 11: Interior lighting system
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This part of the CANopen application profile for rail vehicles describes the CANopen interface of the virtual interior lighting system.

2006-08-18 350 KB DSP Login
CiA 421-12 version 1.0.0 CANopen application profile for train vehicle control systems - Part 12: Door control system
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This part of the CANopen application profile for rail vehicles describes the CANopen interface of the virtual door control system.

2006-08-18 549 KB DSP Login
CiA 421-1 version 1.0.3 CANopen Application profile for train vehicle control networks - Part 1: General definitions
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2008-01-29 690 KB WD Login