Scope

The CiA Technical Committee (TC) manages the development, release, and maintenance of technical documents. It approves and monitors CiA interest groups (IG). Additionally, it determines definitions published in the CiA glossary of terms.

Chair

Magnus-Maria Hell, Infineon

Upcoming meetings

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13:00 to 15:00

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15:30 to 17:30

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10:00 to 12:00

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Title Details
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CiA 150, CiA 205-1 CiA 205-2 version 1.1.0 CAL power management layer
Scope

This document specifies facilities and services of a Power Management Layer protocol entity on the CAN bus allowing significant reduction of power consumption in CAN networks by the introduction of the so-called network standby capability. The power reduction facilities of current CAN controller hardware designs by using the sleep mode, which can be recognized as a de-facto standard; are supported for usage under all higher layer protocols during an internal Power Management Layer IDLE state.

1997-05-01 336 KB PAS Login
CiA 201 to CiA 207 version 1.1.0 CAN Application Layer (CAL) for industrial applications
Scope

This document contains a description of the CAN Reference Model. This document is part of a set of documents that standardize the CAN Application Layer for Industrial Applications.

1996-02-01 3 MB PAS Login
CiA 710 version 0.0.12 Generic CANopen bootloader
Scope

2024-03-13 1 MB WD Login
CiA 890 version 1.0.0 Presentation of SI units and prefixes
Scope

This document provides recommendation how to represent the international system of units and prefixes in parameter specifications. It recommends also the structure of configuration parameters for SI units and prefixes.

2023-03-10 266 KB TR Login
CiA 901-1 version 0.0.0 CAN-based network modeling Part 1: Service access point definitions of data link layers and physical layers
Scope

2022-08-28 232 KB WD Login
CiA 304 version 1.1.0 CANopen Framework for safety-relevant communication
Scope

The CANopen framework safety-relevant communication is intended to be an add on to the CANopen application layer and communication profile (see /1/). It is assumed, that a device with the need of safety-relevant communication can use all the other features defined by the communication profile. Safety is an additional property of such devices. Only special communication objects support safety, all other objects remain normal. The manufacturer and the system integrator shall take care, that the safety requirements are allocated to safe communication objects, that the hardware and software of the device support the safety function and that the device is operated within its safe limits. This framework describes only the data transport mechanism on a CANopen network, that allows the exchange of safety-relevant data. Due to CANopen compatibility communication is limited to 64 safe communication objects, so up to 64 suppliers of safety-relevant objects can operate in a CANopen network. The number of consumers of the safety-relevant objects is not defined (at least one receiver is necessary).

2010-01-01 40 KB withdrawn Login
CiA 303-2 version 1.5.0 Device and network design - Part 2: Representation of SI units and prefixes
Scope

2023-01-10 82 KB withdrawn Login