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by M.Heidemann
Mon 11. Oct 2021, 14:30
Forum: PCAN-Router Pro FD
Topic: PCAN-Router Pro FD Battery
Replies: 2
Views: 119

Re: PCAN-Router Pro FD Battery

Dear Maneesh, The battery is used as a backup-battery, this mean that the battery is only used if the main power supply drops out during operation. This is supposed to enable you to power down the device in a controlled manner, for example to ensure logs are securely written and closed before poweri...
by M.Heidemann
Mon 11. Oct 2021, 08:32
Forum: PCAN-USB FD
Topic: Not able to connect PCAN-USB FD within Docker Image
Replies: 2
Views: 103

Re: Not able to connect PCAN-USB FD within Docker Image

Hello, Please understand that we do not support docker environments, however we can give suggestions what you might want to check: - Please check if the PCAN-interface is used by any application outside the container at the given time - Please check if the interface is recognized as intended (cat /p...
by M.Heidemann
Thu 7. Oct 2021, 08:34
Forum: PCAN-PCI Express FD
Topic: Instable connection when moving from PCI Express to PCI Express FD
Replies: 23
Views: 2174

Re: Instable connection when moving from PCI Express to PCI Express FD

Well, there errors indicate an issue with the bitrate, but by all means: If you do not have exact information regarding the bitrate from the motor-board manufacturer, stick with a bitrate/Sample-Points that was tested successfully by you. The best option would be to have a accurate information regar...
by M.Heidemann
Tue 5. Oct 2021, 11:29
Forum: PCAN-miniPCIe
Topic: PCAN-miniPCIe compatible with SJA1000 driver
Replies: 8
Views: 3187

Re: PCAN-miniPCIe compatible with SJA1000 driver

Hello,

We cannot provide further information regarding this.

All necessary information is available in the soruce code for the driver,
the aforementioned registers are also defined there.

Best Regards

Marvin
by M.Heidemann
Mon 4. Oct 2021, 12:35
Forum: Linux
Topic: Trouble with CANFD using Python on Raspberry Pi 4 B
Replies: 3
Views: 404

Re: Trouble with CANFD using Python on Raspberry Pi 4 B

Hello,

You're welcome=)

Glad to hear that you were able to resolve this!


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by M.Heidemann
Mon 4. Oct 2021, 12:06
Forum: PCAN-miniPCIe
Topic: PCAN-miniPCIe compatible with SJA1000 driver
Replies: 8
Views: 3187

Re: PCAN-miniPCIe compatible with SJA1000 driver

Hello,

You will still need BAR 0 for the interrupt enable register, etc.

However the registers for "MISC" and "GPIOICR" are not used anymore and can be
omitted.

Best Regards

Marvin
by M.Heidemann
Mon 4. Oct 2021, 07:38
Forum: Linux
Topic: Trouble with CANFD using Python on Raspberry Pi 4 B
Replies: 3
Views: 404

Re: Trouble with CANFD using Python on Raspberry Pi 4 B

Hello, You are using python 3.7.3. In this case (Python 3.x) you'll need to prefix the Bitrate FD string with " b " in order to have it interpret this as a byte literal: Example: Result = objPCAN.InitializeFD(PCAN_USBBUS1, b"f_clock=20000000, nom_brp=5, nom_tseg1=2, nom_tseg2=1, nom_sjw=1, data_brp=...
by M.Heidemann
Fri 1. Oct 2021, 10:30
Forum: PCAN-PCI Express FD
Topic: PEAK-PCIe-FD Card AER Error on transmission
Replies: 5
Views: 180

Re: PEAK-PCIe-FD Card AER Error on transmission

Dear Jack,

Please see our email to you regarding this.

We would appreciate to stick with one communication channel
regarding this support request.

Thank you.

Best Regards.

Marvin
by M.Heidemann
Tue 21. Sep 2021, 15:19
Forum: PCAN-Basic
Topic: CAN_Read not reading the expected messages
Replies: 11
Views: 1357

Re: CAN_Read not reading the expected messages

Hello, This will not read all messages with ID= 0x18D8DA32 because you'll break the while loop once one message with ID=0x18D8DA32 has been read: Loop break.png Remove the break and it should print all instances of 0x18D8DA32. You'll also have to read every message in the queue, there is no way arou...
by M.Heidemann
Tue 21. Sep 2021, 13:41
Forum: PCAN-Basic
Topic: CAN_Read not reading the expected messages
Replies: 11
Views: 1357

Re: CAN_Read not reading the expected messages

Hello, Have a look at the read-examples provided with the PCAN-Linux driver package in the folder: peak-linux-driver-8.12.0\libpcanbasic\examples Furthermore also read the documentation provided for PCANbasic. You'll need to read until the Reception queue is empty, for this purpose you can use the r...