Controller Area Network (CAN) Products

The Microchip CAN product portfolio is one of the strongest and most complete in the industry. Several product categories exist, covering a wide range of application MCU capabilities and CAN node configurations:


Product Examples

CAN Transceivers (CAN PHYs)

  • MCP2542/4FD (CAN 2.0/CAN FD Transceiver with Wake-Up on Pattern Option)
  • MCP2557/8FD (CAN 2.0/CAN FD Transceiver with Silent Mode)
  • MCP25612FD (Dual CAN 2.0/CAN FD Transceiver)
  • ATA6560/1 (CAN 2.0/CAN FD Transceiver with Silent Mode)

MCPxxxx CAN Transceivers listed are also qualified for 24V-bus system applications (ISO11898-5), targeting Industrial, Heavy Duty Truck, Military, Agriculture applications

CAN Controllers

  • MCP2515 (Stand-Alone CAN 2.0B Controller with SPI Interface)

CAN Controllers with Integrated PHY

  • MCP25625 (Stand-Alone CAN 2.0B Controller with Integrated Transceiver andSPI Interface)

MCU with Integrated CAN Controller

CAN 2.0B Capability

CAN 2.0B/CAN FD Capability

  • SAM V MCUs (ARM Cortex™-M7 based Automotive Microcontroller)
  • SAM C MCUs (5V ARM Cortex™-M0+ based Appliance/Industrial Control Microcontroller)
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