LED driving conditions
|LED Life Time
Note 1 : There are 1 Groups LED
Note 2 : Ta = 25 ℃
Note 3 : Brightness to be decreased to 50% of the initial value
Note 4 : The single LED lamp case
Interface Pin Function
||Power supply 5V input
||Power supply GND input
||CAN bus D+
||CAN bus D-
||5V output for USART interface
||USART RX interface
||USART TX interface
||GND for USART interface
Smart Display can be used to display the coordinate, status and data information provided by the connected HOST device. Customers can configure the position coordinates they want to display in normal operation mode.
The Display is designed to be easily connected to a controller network, and to operate with minimum setup or knowledge of the SDO configuration on the controllers.
The default splash image is shown below.
This product is produced as a generic product. If you require a custom splash image for your application, contact us to discuss.
Acquisition of Displayed Data
The Smart Display can acquire the data that it displays either using the CANopen SDO protocol, or using the CANopen PDO protocol.
On Pre-operational mode, customers can set the coordinates of objects through SDO; On operational mode, customers can send data of objects through PDO.
Configuring the Display
Winstar Smart Display CAN series offers an out-of-the-box CANopen development experience that will lower customers' development costs and speed time-to-market expectations.
The Smart Display can use wide-temperature are designed to support control applications in harsh operating conditions, which designed to be connected to a variety of different situation combinations, such as automotive, marine, power generation and oil-and-gas.
The Smart Display comes with standard UI objects to get customers project off the ground quickly. If customers need custom UI objects support, our engineers are here to help. Send over your contents in PNG/JPG format, we will send over a new set of UI objects within 3~5 working days.
The Smart Display is defined as a slave device, which is controlled by master device via CAN bus command to render display content on the display screen and return touch event data with protocol objects.
Example Screen Layout (Industry application)
The screen layout described in this section is intended to demonstrate the settings of screen items that can be used in a industry application situation.
Example Screen Layout (Vehicle automotive)
The screen layout described in this section is intended to demonstrate the settings of screen items that can be used in a vehicle automotive situation.
Example Screen Layout (Medical application)
The screen layout described in this section is intended to demonstrate the settings of screen items that can be used in a Medical application situation.