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   * **[[:​can-gca1-en|CAN-GC1]]** | [[:​can-gca1e-en|CAN-GC1e]] | [[:​can-gcln-en|CAN-GCLN]] | [[:​can-gca2-en|CAN-GC2]] | [[:​can-gc3-en|CAN-GC3]] | [[:​can-gc4-en|CAN-GC4]] | [[:​can-gca5-en|CAN-GC5]] | [[:​can-gc6-en|CAN-GC6]] | [[:​can-gc7-en|CAN-GC7]] | [[:​can-gc8-en|CAN-GC8]]   * **[[:​can-gca1-en|CAN-GC1]]** | [[:​can-gca1e-en|CAN-GC1e]] | [[:​can-gcln-en|CAN-GCLN]] | [[:​can-gca2-en|CAN-GC2]] | [[:​can-gc3-en|CAN-GC3]] | [[:​can-gc4-en|CAN-GC4]] | [[:​can-gca5-en|CAN-GC5]] | [[:​can-gc6-en|CAN-GC6]] | [[:​can-gc7-en|CAN-GC7]] | [[:​can-gc8-en|CAN-GC8]]
     * [[:​cangc1-firmware-en|Firmware]]     * [[:​cangc1-firmware-en|Firmware]]
-    * [[:​cbus-en#​setup|mergCBUS ​Setup]]+    * [[:​cbus-en#​setup|CANBUS ​Setup]] 
 +    * [[:​cbus:​overview-en#​bus_termination|CAN Bus termination]]
  
  
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 The basic idea to follow the trend in GCA (MGV) boards and to have this CAN network adaptable for all available interfaces, like GCA93, GCA136, GCA76 and many others.\\ The basic idea to follow the trend in GCA (MGV) boards and to have this CAN network adaptable for all available interfaces, like GCA93, GCA136, GCA76 and many others.\\
 The standard MERG units are all made ( so far ) for 8 bytes only, and also different tasks like input, current detection, turnout coils, etc, need different units to connect them .\\ The standard MERG units are all made ( so far ) for 8 bytes only, and also different tasks like input, current detection, turnout coils, etc, need different units to connect them .\\
-Most mergCBUS ​units in this line will have 16 bits on board, and each of these bits ( = ports) is programmable for any task you want.\\+Most CANBUS ​units in this line will have 16 bits on board, and each of these bits ( = ports) is programmable for any task you want.\\
 Rocrail supports this way of programming with extending possibilities,​ making the whole process of configuration exactly the way it should: ​ user friendly ! \\ Rocrail supports this way of programming with extending possibilities,​ making the whole process of configuration exactly the way it should: ​ user friendly ! \\
  
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 The basic idea is to use this type of board for modules setup, which are frequently disconnected and transported.\\ The basic idea is to use this type of board for modules setup, which are frequently disconnected and transported.\\
 These modules can be placed together in different order.\\ These modules can be placed together in different order.\\
-MergCBUS ​is ideal for that!\\+CANBUS ​is ideal for that!\\
 The users I have to deal with, like a better connector, instead of fastening wires in screw-terminals.\\ The users I have to deal with, like a better connector, instead of fastening wires in screw-terminals.\\
 Therefore I use the easy to assemble and rigid D-connectors.\\ Therefore I use the easy to assemble and rigid D-connectors.\\
 All interfaces, used for turnouts and other current consuming peripherals,​ as available from\\ All interfaces, used for turnouts and other current consuming peripherals,​ as available from\\
-[[mgv-overview-en|LocoNet interfaces]] are fully compatible and isolated from the mergCBUS ​system by opto-couplers,​\\ +[[mgv-overview-en|LocoNet interfaces]] are fully compatible and isolated from the CANBUS ​system by opto-couplers,​\\ 
-MergCBUS ​connectors only have to supply ​mergCBUS ​system itself, so Subd9 connectors are very well suitable.\\ +CANBUS ​connectors only have to supply ​CANBUS ​system itself, so Subd9 connectors are very well suitable.\\ 
-All CAN-gcx boards have on-board jumper to connect 120 Ohm to the mergCBUS, of which one should be at each end of the Bus.\\ +All CAN-gcx boards have on-board jumper to connect 120 Ohm to the CANBUS, of which one should be at each end of the Bus.\\ 
-Please consider, that it is not allowed to connect- or disconnect the mergCBUS ​, while in function.\\+Please consider, that it is not allowed to connect- or disconnect the CANBUS ​, while in function.\\
 This is a general recommandation for CAN.\\ This is a general recommandation for CAN.\\
  
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 | BPS | **230400** | |\\ | BPS | **230400** | |\\
  
-  * [[:​cbus-en#​setup|mergCBUS ​Setup]]+  * [[:​cbus-en#​setup|CANBUS ​Setup]]
  \\  \\
  
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 {{ :​cbus:​cangc1-pcb-compside.jpg?​300}} {{ :​cbus:​cangc1-pcb-compside.jpg?​300}}
 ^ LED ^ Usage ^ Remark ^ ^ LED ^ Usage ^ Remark ^
-| Le1 | Bus activity | It is not timed and thus only visible at high CBUS traffic. |+| Le1 | Bus activity | It is not timed and thus only visible at high CANBUS ​traffic. |
 | Le2 | CPU runs | | | Le2 | CPU runs | |
 | Le3 | Not used; Leave unmounted. | For future firmware versions. |  | Le3 | Not used; Leave unmounted. | For future firmware versions. | 
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-===== Compatibility with mergCBUS ​=====+===== Compatibility with CANBUS ​=====
  
 The reason for  using  D-type connectors has been explained before.\\ The reason for  using  D-type connectors has been explained before.\\
-Electrically , there is no difference between ​mergCBUS ​(12V) and CAN-GC .\\+Electrically , there is no difference between ​CANBUS ​(12V) and CAN-GC .\\
 The following conversion tabel explains how both can be interconnected.\\ The following conversion tabel explains how both can be interconnected.\\
 Only four wires are needed.\\ Only four wires are needed.\\
-Use the standard wiring ​as advised in MERG documentation, i.e. twisted ​ wires for  the CAN.\\ +Use the standard wiring, i.e. twisted ​ wires for  the CAN.\\ 
-^   mergCBUS ​side   ​^ ​  SUB-D connector pin#   ^+^   CANBUS ​side   ​^ ​  SUB-D connector pin#   ^
 |   ​CAN-H ​ |  pin 8  | |   ​CAN-H ​ |  pin 8  |
 |  CAN-L  |  pin 7  | |  CAN-L  |  pin 7  |
 |  + 12V  |  pin 5  | |  + 12V  |  pin 5  |
 |  GND  |  pin 1  | |  GND  |  pin 1  |
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