Configuration of CANopen modules

The CANopen interface is configured via three rotary coding switches located on the front of the module.

The upper and middle rotary coding switches determine the Node ID, the lower one the baud rate.

Rotary coding switch

In this example the operating mode is CANopen, the bit rate is 250 kBit/s and the node ID is 0x24.


The upper rotary coding switch determines the more significant bits and the middle switch the less significant bits.

The lower rotary coding switch is used to set the baud rate, the following is a list of all settings:

Meaning lower rotary switch

Value Operating mode Description
0 CANopen Bitrate = 1000 kBit/s
1 CANopen Bitrate = 800 kBit/s
2 CANopen Bitrate = 500 kBit/s
3 CANopen Bitrate = 250 kBit/s
4 CANopen Bitrate = 125 kBit/s
5 CANopen Bitrate = 100 kBit/s
6 CANopen Bitrate = 50 kBit/s
7 CANopen Bitrate = 20 kBit/s
8 CANopen Bitrate = 10 kBit/s
9 CANopen Autobaud + LSS
A CANopen Autobaud
B CANopen Bootloader Bitrate = 250 kBit/s
C CANopen Bootloader Bitrate = 1000 kBit/s, Node ID = 0x7e
D CAN 2.0 A/B Use settings from EEPROM
E CAN 2.0 A/B Bitrate = 1000 kBit/s, CAN ID = 0x100
F CANopen Bitrate = 1000 kBit/s, Node ID = 0x7e

How the modules are controlled exactly, you will find in the programming section