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by some1tbd
Tue 16. Jul 2019, 03:42
Forum: PCAN-USB
Topic: Sending messages to Arduino
Replies: 10
Views: 3504

Re: Sending messages to Arduino

I must say, I have tried and confirmed at least twice everything you have mentioned but still to no avail. I know that previous colleagues of mine have got it working; perhaps I am making a silly mistake or have a setting that has failed? I have also read the user manual and confirmed everything in ...
by some1tbd
Fri 12. Jul 2019, 23:22
Forum: PCAN-USB
Topic: Sending messages to Arduino
Replies: 10
Views: 3504

Re: Sending messages to Arduino

Thanks for the help. So I believe I have a good receiver (the Arduino is able to sniff messages from a CAN bus line successfully) however I am still unable to successfully transmit messages from PCAN. The device continues to read BUS-HEAVY. I am confident that my connections are good. Unless there i...
by some1tbd
Wed 10. Jul 2019, 18:36
Forum: PCAN-USB
Topic: Sending messages to Arduino
Replies: 10
Views: 3504

Re: Sending messages to Arduino

One other note I am confused on is the BUS-HEAVY status. Can I still send messages with this status? What effects should I observe with this status? According to this forum topic (https://www.peak-system.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=120&t=39), BUS-HEAVY indicates >127 error points. The explanation seem...
by some1tbd
Wed 10. Jul 2019, 17:29
Forum: PCAN-USB
Topic: Sending messages to Arduino
Replies: 10
Views: 3504

Re: Sending messages to Arduino

Sorry for the late reply. I have now terminated both H and L lines (although my labmate had told me he was able to transmit messages reliably without it). Regarding the suggestion to connect all 3 nodes in parallel along the H and L lines, I am unsure of what outcome was expected? Why suggest this o...
by some1tbd
Fri 5. Jul 2019, 05:23
Forum: PCAN-USB
Topic: Sending messages to Arduino
Replies: 10
Views: 3504

Sending messages to Arduino

Hello All, I have an Arduino Uno and CAN shield (equipped with a MCP2515 chip) that I am using to listen to messages sent over a CAN network via PEAK PCAN interface. Messages are sent at 50 kbytes/s and ids range form 0x0-0x7ff. Messages are confirmed received by printing them over Arduino's serial ...