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vrf CAN bus informational webcast

Question asked by VRFuser on Sep 10, 2007
Someone asked about CAN bus info last week.  This arrived in my inbox today: it might be worth looking at.  No connection to NXP except as a spam recipient (well, technically, I’ve opted in so ……..)

 

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Industrial Applications For CAN Bus

Sponsored by: NXP Semiconductor

Tuesday, September 11th

8am PT/11am ET

 

CAN bus, originally designed for automotive applications has now moved into the industrial market segment. Learn about CAN Bus and how it's easy to use NXP CAN bus products in your next application. From transceivers to microntrollers, NXP offers an array of products that can meet your demanding industrial application needs. NXP will review applications like motor control and sensor management using CAN Bus for extreme reliability applications.

To register for this event go to:

http://onlineevents.cmptechnetwork.com/cgi-bin4/DM/y/mBCi60Li45q0TGT0FUr70FQ

 

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Mark Miller.


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