USB to CAN bus converter module


  • ARM7 microcontroller inside (STR750FV2)
  • Galvanic isolation 500 V
  • Voltage supply via USB bus
  • USB 2.0 full speed
  • High productivity on 1Mbit CAN bus speed
  • Wide CAN bus baud rate range: 10,20,50,100,125,250,500,800,1000 Kbit/s or user definable speed
  • Compiliant with CAN specifications 2.0A (11-bit ID) and 2.0B (29-bit ID)
  • Firmware upgrade via bootloader
  • Drivers for Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista,Windows 7, Linux* and Mac*
  • Driver for VSCP protocol (
  • Low price (49 EUR incl.19% VAT or 64 USD ,discounts for quantities)

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CAN connector pins configuration
Pin Name
1Not connected
4Not connected
5CAN-SHLD (shield)
8Not connected
9Not connected
LED indicator values
RED and GREEN steady bootloader mode
RED/GREEN toggling PC USB driver isn't installed
RED steady converter is closed
GREEN steady converter is open
GREEN blinking slow CAN bus warning
GREEN blinking fast CAN bus error passive
RED blinking slow CAN bus OFF

Software for testing USB2CAN converter and Canal driver


Firmware Upgrade How-to

  1. Ordered List Item
  1. Disconnect converter from PC.
  2. Turn on “bootloader” mode by pushing bootloader switch ( a small 2mm hole near USB connector ) and connect usb2can USB cable to PC.
  3. Led indicator must be “green and red” at the same time and Windows will find a new DFU device.
  4. Install usb2can like USB DFU device ( drivers you can find in archive ).
  5. After DFU drivers installation launch Dfuse_Demo application.
  6. Select “Target Id” - Internal Flash 0.
  7. “Upgrade or Verify Action” - Choose file usb2can_firmware_X_X.dfu
  8. After upgrading disconnect USB cable or ““Leaave DFU mode”
  9. Using USB2CAN TestApp check USB2CAN firmware version.

Contact information

Gediminas Simanskis
Tel: +37069912663

The VSCP team

modules/usb2can.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/01 16:00 by gedeminas
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