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by M.Maidhof
Thu 19. Nov 2020, 11:11
Forum: PCAN-LIN
Topic: Receiving data from lin device using RS232
Replies: 6
Views: 83

Re: Receiving data from lin device using RS232

yes, and keep the timing as it is specified in the scheduler definition of your ldf.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Thu 19. Nov 2020, 08:16
Forum: PCAN-LIN
Topic: Receiving data from lin device using RS232
Replies: 6
Views: 83

Re: Receiving data from lin device using RS232

Hi, as a LIN Master you must send publisher and subscriber frames. So you must send both, if you like to get data from your connected LIN slave. Take care that you have set the correct checksum type and length code in the frame config, which fits to your LIN slave. Details can be found in the ldf fi...
by M.Maidhof
Wed 18. Nov 2020, 15:21
Forum: PCAN-LIN
Topic: Receiving data from lin device using RS232
Replies: 6
Views: 83

Re: Receiving data from lin device using RS232

Hi,

as a LIN master, you must also send the subscriber frame, so that your LIN slave could answer to it. Check that the frame config for ID 0x0B is set to subscriber, and send a subsciber frame for 0x0B through the following command: 0x02 0x21 0x81 0x8B 0x2B

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Tue 17. Nov 2020, 13:24
Forum: Linux
Topic: SocketCAN device mapping to hardware CAN port
Replies: 1
Views: 66

Re: SocketCAN device mapping to hardware CAN port

Hi, when using the main line kernel driver with two different cards, it is not safe that the SocketCAN network device is consistently mapped to the same hardware port. In that case the use of the peak-linux-driver in Netdev mode and using the assign parameter to fix the devices to a given device num...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 9. Nov 2020, 10:39
Forum: Linux
Topic: Driver reinstall failure on Debian
Replies: 7
Views: 151

Re: Driver reinstall failure on Debian

Hi, why do you want to install the optional peak-linux-driver on your system, when your used Debian system has the SocketCAN driver already included? To activate the kernel SocketCAN driver again, please call "sudo make uninstall" in the peak-linux-driver directly and reboot your system once. After ...
by M.Maidhof
Thu 29. Oct 2020, 10:51
Forum: PCAN-Router Pro
Topic: Export PPCAN-Editor configuration as binary file?
Replies: 1
Views: 92

Re: Export PPCAN-Editor configuration as binary file?

Hello, when using the default firmware with the PCAN-Router Pro which will be configured with the PPCAN-Editor, there are no options to prevent a readout of the data/config from the device. For your application it will be better to write your own firmware for the PCAN-Router Pro and flash it to the ...
by M.Maidhof
Tue 27. Oct 2020, 10:05
Forum: PCAN-Basic
Topic: Switch between CAN-FD ISO and non-ISO transfer mode
Replies: 3
Views: 1328

Re: Switch between CAN-FD ISO and non-ISO transfer mode

Hi,

yes, the switch between ISO and NON-ISO is not possible by PCANBasic API. Only through PCAN-View or with the API of the PCAN-Developer package.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Mon 12. Oct 2020, 10:04
Forum: PCAN-USB
Topic: Unchecking Listen-Only Mode
Replies: 7
Views: 468

Re: Unchecking Listen-Only Mode

Hi,

yes, your understanding is correct.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Thu 8. Oct 2020, 17:48
Forum: PCAN-USB
Topic: Unchecking Listen-Only Mode
Replies: 7
Views: 468

Re: Unchecking Listen-Only Mode

Hi,

in "active mode" it will not transmit any frames (as long as you have no active frames in the transmit list of PCAN-View), but it will acknowledge the frames on the CAN, or will set the error flag, when there are broken frames.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAN_bus#ACK_slot

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Tue 6. Oct 2020, 12:24
Forum: PCAN-USB
Topic: PCAN-USB vs PCAN-USB FD x6
Replies: 4
Views: 246

Re: PCAN-USB vs PCAN-USB FD x6

Hello,

yes, with PCANBasic under Linux you can use the PCAN-USB X6 in the same way as if you connect 18 PCAN-USB IPEH-002022 modules on one PC. It will also be possible to have a mix setup of 2x PCAN-USB X6 and 3 PCAN-USB, to have 15 channels at all.

regards

Michael