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  • VN5640Ethernet/CAN InterfaceManual

    Version 1.3|English

  • Imprint

    Vector InformatikGmbHIngersheimer Strae 24D-70499 Stuttgart

    The information and data given in this user manual can be changed without prior notice. No part of this manual may be reproduced in anyform or by any means without the written permission of the publisher, regardless of which method or which instruments, electronic ormechanical, are used. All technical information, drafts, etc. are liable to law of copyright protection.

    Copyright 2018, Vector InformatikGmbH. All rights reserved.

  • Contents

    VN5640 Manual Version 1.3 3

    Contents

    1 Introduction 51.1 About this User Manual 61.1.1 Certification 71.1.2 Warranty 71.1.3 Registered Trademarks 7

    1.2 Important Notes 81.2.1 Safety Instructions and HazardWarnings 81.2.1.1 Proper Use and Intended Purpose 81.2.1.2 Hazards 91.2.1.3 Disclaimer 9

    2 Device Description 102.1 Scope of Delivery 11

    2.2 Introduction 11

    2.3 Accessories 12

    2.4 Examples of Usage 132.4.1 Transparent Ethernet Monitoring 132.4.2 Remaining Bus Simulation 172.4.3 StandaloneMedia Converter 182.4.4 Diagnostics over IP 192.4.5 Port Mirroring 20

    2.5 Main Connectors 21

    2.6 LEDs 25

    2.7 Interface Option 100BASE-T1 272.7.1 Connectors 272.7.2 Technical Data 28

    2.8 Interface Option 1000BASE-T1 302.8.1 Connectors 302.8.2 Technical Data 31

    2.9 Hardware Channels and Segments 332.9.1 General Information 332.9.2 Simulation 342.9.3 Measurement 342.9.4 Direct Connection 352.9.5 Media Conversion 352.9.6 Direct Connection with TAP (Legacy) 36

    3 Getting Started 37

  • Contents

    VN5640 Manual Version 1.3 4

    3.1 Driver Installation 38

    3.2 Device Configuration 40

    3.3 Loop Tests 433.3.1 Ethernet 43

    4 Vector Hardware Configuration 444.1 General Information 45

    4.2 Tool Description 464.2.1 Introduction 464.2.2 Tree View 47

    5 Time Synchronization 505.1 General Information 51

    5.2 Software Sync 53

    5.3 Hardware Sync 54

  • 1 Introduction

    VN5640 Manual Version 1.3 5

    1 IntroductionIn this chapter you find the following information:

    1.1 About this User Manual 61.1.1 Certification 71.1.2 Warranty 71.1.3 Registered Trademarks 7

    1.2 Important Notes 81.2.1 Safety Instructions and HazardWarnings 8

  • 1 Introduction

    VN5640 Manual Version 1.3 6

    1.1 About this User ManualConventions In the two following charts you will find the conventions used in the user manual

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  • 1 Introduction

    VN5640 Manual Version 1.3 7

    1.1.1 CertificationCertified QualityManagement System

    Vector Informatik GmbH has ISO 9001:2008 certification. The ISO standard is a glob-ally recognized standard.

    1.1.2 WarrantyRestrictionof warranty

    We reserve the right to change the contents of the documentation and the softwarewithout notice. Vector Informatik GmbH assumes no liability for correct contents ordamages which are resulted from the usage of the documentation. We are grateful forreferences tomistakes or for suggestions for improvement to be able to offer youevenmore efficient products in the future.

    1.1.3 Registered TrademarksRegisteredtrademarks

    All trademarks mentioned in this documentation and if necessary third partyregistered are absolutely subject to the conditions of each valid label right and therights of particular registered proprietor. All trademarks, trade names or companynames are or can be trademarks or registered trademarks of their particular pro-prietors. All rights which are not expressly allowed are reserved. If an explicit label oftrademarks, which are used in this documentation, fails, should not mean that a nameis free of third party rights.

    Windows, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10are trademarks of theMicrosoft Corporation.

  • 1 Introduction

    VN5640 Manual Version 1.3 8

    1.2 Important Notes

    1.2.1 Safety Instructions and Hazard Warnings

    Caution!In order to avoid personal injuries and damage to property, you have to read andunderstand the following safety instructions and hazard warnings prior to installationand use of this interface. Keep this documentation (manual) always near the inter-face.

    1.2.1.1 Proper Use and Intended Purpose

    Caution!The interface is designed for analyzing, controlling and otherwise influencing controlsystems and electronic control units. This includes, inter alia, bus systems likeCAN, LIN, K-Line, MOST, FlexRay, Ethernet, BroadR-Reach and/or ARINC 429.

    The interfacemay only be operated in a closed state. In particular, printed circuitsmust not be visible. The interfacemay only be operated (i) according to the instruc-tions and descriptions of this manual; (ii) with the electric power supply designed forthe interface, e.g. USB-powered power supply; and (iii) with accessories man-ufactured or approved by Vector.

    The interface is exclusively designed for use by skilled personnel as its operationmay result in serious personal injuries and damage to property. Therefore, onlythose persons may operate the interface who (i) have understood the possibleeffects of the actions whichmay be caused by the interface; (ii) are specificallytrained in the handling with the interface, bus systems and the system intended tobe influenced; and (iii) have sufficient experience in using the interface safely.

    The knowledge necessary for the operation of the interface can be acquired in work-shops and internal or external seminars offered by Vector. Additional and interfacespecific information, such as Known Issues, are available in the Vector Know-ledgeBaseon Vectors website at www.vector.com. Please consult the VectorKnowledgeBasefor updated information prior to the operation of the interface.

  • 1 Introduction

    VN5640 Manual Version 1.3 9

    1.2.1.2 Hazards

    Caution!The interfacemay control and/or otherwise influence the behavior of control sys-tems and electronic control units. Serious hazards for life, body and property mayarise, in particular, without limitation, by interventions in safety relevant systems(e.g. by deactivating or otherwisemanipulating the enginemanagement, steering,airbag and/or braking system) and/or if the interface is operated in public areas (e.g.public traffic, airspace). Therefore, youmust always ensure that the interface isused in a safemanner. This includes, inter alia, the ability to put the system inwhich the interface is used into a safe state at any time (e.g. by emergency shut-down), in particular, without limitation, in the event of errors or hazards.

    Comply with all safety standards and public regulations which are relevant for theoperation of the system. Before you operate the system in public areas, it should betested on a site which is not accessible to the public and specifically prepared forperforming test drives in order to reduce hazards.

    1.2.1.3 Disclaimer

    Caution!Claims based on defects and liability claims against Vector are excluded to theextent damages or errors are caused by improper use of the interface or use notaccording to its intended purpose. The same applies to damages or errors arisingfrom insufficient training or lack of experience of personnel using the interface.

  • 2 Device Description

    VN5640 Manual Version 1.3 10

    2 Device DescriptionIn this chapter you find the following information:

    2.1 Scope of Delivery 11

    2.2 Introduction 11

    2.3 Accessories 12

    2.4 Examples of Usage 132.4.1 Transparent Ethernet Monitoring 132.4.2 Remaining Bus Simulation 172.4.3 StandaloneMedia Converter 182.4.4 Diagnostics over IP 192.4.5 Port Mirroring 20

    2.5 Main Connectors 21

    2.6 LEDs 25

    2.7 Interface Option 100BASE-T1 272.7.1 Connectors 272.7.2 Technical Data 28

    2.8 Interface Option 1000BASE-T1 302.8.1 Connectors 302.8.2 Technical Data 31

    2.9 Hardware Channels and Segments 332.9.1 General Information 332.9.2 Simulation 342.9.3 Measurement 342.9.4 Direct Connection 352.9.5 Media Conversion 352.9.6 Direct Connection with TAP (Legacy) 36

  • 2 Device Description

    VN5640 Manual Version 1.3 11

    2.1 Scope of DeliveryContents The delivery includes:

    VN5640 Ethernet/CAN interface Vector power supply ODU MINI-SNAP 24 V (part number 05068) USB cable 3.0 (A-B, 1.8m) (part number 05092)

    2.2 IntroductionAbout the VN5640 The VN5640 is a Vector network interface which supports the Ethernet physical layer

    10BASE-T, 100BASE-T1 (OPEN Alliance BroadR-Reach), 100BASE-TX and1000BASE-T. 100BASE-T1 is a physical layer especially used in automotive elec-tronics. In addition, the alternative Interface Option 1000BASE-T1 supports1000BASE-T1.

    Figure 1: VN5640 Ethernet/CAN Interface

    The VN5640 enables the transparent monitoring and logging of Ethernet data streamsand CAN events with minimal latency times and high resolution time stamps. Withthis, the VN5640 enables a variety of applications su