Mission Viejo, CA (January 16, 2012) – Holt Integrated Circuits, a leading supplier of data bus components for commercial and military avionics, today announced independent validation of its HI‑3110 CAN controller at C&S group in Germany. C&S group GmbH, an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited test house, is the industry recognized authority for validation of CAN controllers according to protocol specification ISO 11898.
The validation was performed to test specification ISO 16845:2004. In addition, C&S group performed additional conformance tests not covered by the original ISO test specification. A copy of the final test report is available upon request.
“Validation of Holt’s CAN controller at C&S group guarantees conformance and correct protocol response when connected within an avionics CAN network,” said Anthony Murray, Director of Business Development at Holt. “In addition, compliance to ARINC 825, General Standardization of CAN Bus Protocol for Airborne Use, makes Holt’s HI-3110 the controller of choice for avionics.”
Holt’s HI-3110 avionics CAN controller is the industry’s first to integrate the analog transceiver on the same chip as the digital protocol engine. It also provides additional attractive features such as deep FIFOs, a flexible frame filtering scheme tailored to ARINC 825 and short-circuit survival to +/- 58V. A protocol-only version, HI-3111, is also available, as are development kits and software. The devices are available in industrial −40oC to +85oC and extended −55oC to +125oC temperature ranges and are offered in 18‑pin SOIC or compact 44-pin QFN packages.
To request information on Holt’s ARINC 429, CAN, MIL-STD-1553 and other product lines, readers should contact Holt at (949) 859-8800, by e-mail at email@example.com, or visit the Holt website at www.holtic.com.
About Holt Integrated Circuits
Located in Mission Viejo, CA, Holt Integrated Circuits is a major supplier of ICs for avionics and military data bus and display applications. The company’s products are specified by more than 400 manufacturers worldwide and are employed in flight control, navigation, engine management, communications, safety equipment, and in-flight entertainment systems.
Holt’s range of ICs supporting the ARINC 429 standard is the widest in the industry, and its display drivers offer high-voltage operation as well as innovative design features to enhance ease of use and testability. Holt’s transceivers for MIL-STD-1553 applications are recognized as the industry’s smallest and have the lowest power consumption. In addition, Holt also offers MIL-STD-1553 protocol ICs, Manchester encoder/decoders and interface transformers, as well as other data bus products such as ARINC 717, CAN and RS-485. Select products are available to DSCC SMD specifications. Holt also offers product compliant to the European Union "RoHS Directive 002/95/EC".
Holt Integrated Circuits is ISO 9001:2008 registered and is a STACK certified supplier.
About C&S group
C&S group GmbH - communication & systems group GmbH – is a spin-off of the former research group in the University Ostfalia, in Wolfenbüttel, Germany. C&S is a worldwide accepted and accredited test house according to ISO/IEC 17025 conducting conformance tests for hardware components of different standardized protocols such as CAN, LIN, FlexRay and other customer specific protocols. Furthermore C&S offers testing solutions and consultancy services for software modules, supporting the migration to AUTOSAR compliant architecture as well as integration test of basic software stacks.
C&S is a recognized competent and experienced consulting partner in the domain of development, specification of new communication protocols and innovative philosophies of networking and communication at all layers of the ISO/OSI-model.
We work intensively on our quality management system and are committed to maintain and to constantly improve the quality of our services.
C&S participates actively in many standardization entities and consortia, like ISO, SAE, GIFT, SWITCH, FlexRay, LIN, AUTOSAR and more and is represented by partners in Europe, Japan and the USA.