SB5000 Bus monitor for Automotive development and design
Comprehensive waveform measurement & protocol analysis of serial buses
(Vehicle Serial Bus Analyzer )
- FlexRay, CAN, LIN, UART, I2C, and SPI bus triggers and analysis
- FlexRay eye-diagram analysis
- FlexRay SI Voting Procedures Analysis ** New
- CAN/FlexRay* bus symbolic triggering, analysis, decoding, and trend display
(Supports DBC database for CAN, FIBEX database for FlexRay)
- Characterizes electrical characteristics parameters of the FlexRay bus driver
- 4 ch analog + 8-bit logic (SB5310)
- 4 ch analog + 32-bit logic (SB5710)
- Up to 5 GS/s, 1 GHz bandwidth, 6.25 MW (Mpts) memory
- Auto Setup Dedicated to Serial Busses
- Power Supply Analysis Functions
- User-defined Math Functions
- Built-in HDD + Ethernet interface
- 4 Probe power terminals on rear panel
- Bus Analysis and R&D
Yokogawa SB5000 is an oscilloscope-based serial bus analyzer, an invaluable tool for engineers involved in the development and use of in-vehicle serial bus protocols including FlexRay, CAN and LIN, as well, as providing UART, I2C and SPI trigger and analysis capabilities. User’s can perform protocol analysis and physical layer waveform measurements simultaneously, offering the ability to debug and troubleshoot bus issues due to noise, signal quality, timing and data errors. Evaluate the performance and verify the operation of ECUs (engine control units) and onboard semiconductor devices, as well as measuring test parameters and their conformity.
A single SB5000 can measure logic signals of up to 32 bits simultaneously, providing fast and accurate measurement and analysis of parallel bus signals from microprocessors and other sources. Comprehensive display and analysis of waveforms along with dedicated advanced triggers make it easy to compare waveforms and analysis results, to check for glitches and other phenomena in the bus signal. Results can be displayed simultaneously, and with an efficient search function, specific events can easily be located and highlighted.
FlexRay Bus Analysis
Easy and efficient observation of the physical layer and simultaneous protocol analysis enable you to evaluate the performance of your FlexRay communication system. Evaluation and test through long-duration (multiple-cycle) bus observation answer questions such as whether specific frames are being transferred as designed, whether there are any "glitches" in signals, or whether any data corruption is occurring. The FlexRay FIBEX symbolic triggers, analysis and trend display functions allow you to activate trigger and display the analysis results by physical values (Message and Signal) in conformity to FIBEX database.
CAN Bus Analysis
In-vehicle networks are standardized by specific use, and the optimal protocol is used for each application. The SB5710/SB5310 supports analysis of CAN, today’s standard backbone network and control protocol. Like the Flex-Ray analysis functions, the instrument comes standard with abundant CAN bus triggers and robust analysis functions.
LIN Bus Analysis
Comprehensive triggering, powerful analysis tools, and captured data searching functions are also provided for the LIN bus (body subnetwork). The SB5710/SB5310 is equipped with not only Break + Synch and ID/Data (combinable) trigger conditions, and a wealth of error triggers. This is one of the major features of the SB5710 / SB5310. Capture bus waveforms when the various errors defined by the LIN protocol specifications (Parity, CheckSum, TimeOut, etc.) occur, and check waveforms and the protocol analysis results (list) with the error information. You can analyze LIN revision 1.3 and 2.0 data existing on the same bus line simultaneously.
UART Bus Analysis
From CPU communication data in the ECU (electric control unit) to communication signals in manufacturing facilities, communication via a general purpose UART is carried out in a broad range of fields—among them, automobile development. The SB5710 / SB5310 supports general-purpose UART trigger and analysis functions.
I²C, SPI Buses
I2C and SPI general-purpose serial buses are widely used as internal buses in car navigation and car audio systems. The various kinds of serial bus analysis functions required in the automobile development process come standard on the SB5710/SB5310; a single instrument supports development and evaluation in a variety of scenarios
Logic Signal (Parallel Bus) Measurement and Analysis
The SB5710/SB5310 can simultaneously measure and analyze logic signals of up to 32-bits, used for ECU debugging. it simultaneous measures and analysis in-vehicle serial buses (measured on analog channels), but also to parallel bus signals. The SB5710 / SB5310 also support the state display and bus display functions, standard on logic analyzers. The fast screen update rate is maintained even when measuring analog and logic signals at the same time.
Dedicated Menus and Auto Setup Dedicated for Serial Busses
All in-vehicle serial bus analysis functions can be intuitively accessed and operated by following a menu displayed with the "SERIAL BUS SETUP" key. Furthermore, using the Auto setup function dedicated for serial buses, you can have the instrument automatically enter settings for record length, time axis (T/div), triggers, and analysis by simply specifying bus type and source (input) channel. After that, it will automatically display bus waveforms and analysis results (list and decoding). This frees you from tedious analysis setup.