Capture Module 1000 High H-MTD
The Capture Module 1000 High is an active tap device that is used to capture the traffic with 6 ports and up to 6 point-to-point 100/1000BASE-T1 connections (12 ports in total. The traffic is captured without causing interference on the network and delivered with a 40 ns resolution hardware time stamp, analyzing AVB/TSN traffic possible. With a traffic shaping feature included, the logged output of many bus channels is transferred to a data logger or test PC steadily, eliminating bursts that might lead to a loss of data.
The Capture Module 1000 high provides all logged data in standard Ethernet frames via the Technically Enhanced Capture Modules Protocol (TECMP) and thus allows for traceability of the source of traffic, on-the-source timestamp, packet counter, etc., making Ethernet the ideal logging network. In addition, it supports the PLP protocol. The Capture Module 1000 High emits messages timestamped with 40ns resolution, providing a fast and efficient solution that is supported by its extended Power Mode for car integration. These messages are sent within the PDUs of Ethernet MAC II frames via 1000BASE-T1 (or Gigabit Ethernet).
Several devices can be used on the same setup, if further 1000BASE-T1 ports are required, or if you want to log other bus systems. The in-built-synchronization using 802.1AS enables a time-synchronized, simultaneous use with other devices, enabling the cascading with both other Capture Modules, but also with other products like the Enhanced Ethernet Switch.
Via the built-in webserver of the Capture Module 1000 High, the device can easily be configured. Additionally, it includes a rotary switch for the manual configuration of its IP Addresses.
The Capture Module 1000 High includes a Startup Buffer and High-Speed Startup feature, so the initial Startup information of the network is not lost. This way, the device can record all the important information emitted by the vehicle systems, without missing any message in the communication between devices.
Via the configuration website, the Marvell 88Q2112 A2 PHY’s “IEEE mode”, as well as the “Legacy mode” are supported by the Capture Module 1000 High. For a detailed technical description, please check the User Manual.
Technica Engineering´s Capture Modules is an innovative and unique traffic-capturing solution with exclusive characteristics that are adapted to the current technological requirements in the automotive field. Its extraordinary features make the Capture Module 1000 High a great choice for a variety of tasks in the testing field.
Our new generation of active tap devices, the Capture Module family, is developed to fulfill the most critical requirements in contemporary automotive ECU development. The Capture Modules are used by a variety of OEMs in the Automotive field.
- 6 x Link Lines 100/1000BASE-T1 (12 Ports) MATEnet
- Technically Enhanced Capture Module Protocol (TECMP), which is royalty free and provides timestamping, source information, etc. (natively supported in Wireshark (v3.4). GPL C libraries for conversion to PCAPNG available at https://github.com/Technica-Engineering)
- PLP (Proble Logger Protocol) support
- Easy configuration via webserver or via dedicated UDP frames
- Network Time Synchronization supporting several standards (gPTP / 802.1AS, PTPv2) - This allows to synchronize multiple Capture Module variants and other devices
- Cascading for synchronization of multiple devices
- Source timestamping with 40 ns resolution
- High-speed startup (<200ms)
- Startup buffer
- Output traffic shaping
- AVB/TSN capture capable
- Time-aware injection
- Rotary switch for manual configuration of the device IP address (Gbit, RJ-45)
- Wake-up capability
- Extended power mode for car integration
- Optimized for automotive and automotive-like use-cases
- Input voltage range: 12 to 24 volt DC
- Robust galvanized sheet steel with black powder coated housing
- Size: 186 x 130,4 x 32,5 mm
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