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by M.Maidhof
Tue 15. Sep 2020, 10:26
Forum: Miscellaneous
Topic: simple sensor for PCAN-USB tests
Replies: 1
Views: 190

Re: simple sensor for PCAN-USB tests

Hello Yves,

sorry, but we don't have a sensor available which will communicate with the J1939 protocol. But for a simple CAN test you can use any device which will be able to receive and transmit CAN frames.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Wed 9. Sep 2020, 15:35
Forum: PCAN-LIN
Topic: A PCAN-LIN module not be confirmed
Replies: 5
Views: 66

Re: A PCAN-LIN module not be confirmed

Hi,

you can order this USB2Serial adapter by email, we don't have it listed in our webshop. We can support you with our CAN and LIN adapters, but not for 3rd party tools like FTDI chips. Please contact FTDI for support about their products.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Wed 9. Sep 2020, 11:09
Forum: PCAN-LIN
Topic: A PCAN-LIN module not be confirmed
Replies: 5
Views: 66

Re: A PCAN-LIN module not be confirmed

Hi a standard COM port has +/-12V signals. So if you use a FTDI chip with ttl output, you have to add a MAX232 level shifter to get the +/-12V signals for the COM port. We also offer ready to use FTDI based RS232 USB2Serial devices, ordering number IPFH-000101, USB-RS232 Adapter (FDTI Chip Version),...
by M.Maidhof
Tue 8. Sep 2020, 16:36
Forum: PCAN-LIN
Topic: A PCAN-LIN module not be confirmed
Replies: 5
Views: 66

Re: A PCAN-LIN module not be confirmed

Hello,

yes you need a real RS232 COM port to connect to the PCAN-LIN. When using an USB2Serial device, please use one with FTDI chipset.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Tue 1. Sep 2020, 12:37
Forum: Software
Topic: Converting decimal value from trc data file
Replies: 8
Views: 503

Re: Converting decimal value from trc data file

Hi, to interpret the CAN data correctly, you need to know how your current and voltage signals are decoded in your CAN messages. This could be signed, unsigned, 8bit, 10bit, 12bit, 16bit, little endian, big endian and so on. So please check how the data is coded into the CAN message, then you could ...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 31. Aug 2020, 10:09
Forum: Software
Topic: Converting decimal value from trc data file
Replies: 8
Views: 503

Re: Converting decimal value from trc data file

Hi, first of all you must know how the data is decoded in the CAN message. So please check in your code how the data is set into the "CANPACK1" pointer. I don't think that it is a floating point value. You also mix up hex and decimal values for your symbols. While your trace file shows hex values of...
by M.Maidhof
Thu 27. Aug 2020, 14:57
Forum: Linux
Topic: Problem about pcan-minipcie fd on Ubuntu 16.04
Replies: 11
Views: 459

Re: Problem about pcan-minipcie fd on Ubuntu 16.04

Hi, yes, correct. As soon as the card will be detected by lspci, it should also be visible in our driver. Please contact the manufacturer of the board for more details about real PCIe. Our cards needs the 3,3V and also the 1,5V power supply on the miniPCIe slot. You should check this too with your b...
by M.Maidhof
Thu 27. Aug 2020, 10:05
Forum: PCAN-Basic
Topic: How can i create any errors in a CAN frame with the PCan Basic DLL?
Replies: 1
Views: 133

Re: How can i create any errors in a CAN frame with the PCan Basic DLL?

Hello Thomas, the free available PCANBasic API does not offer the error generating feature. This option will only be available with the canapi4 API of the PCAN-Developer 4 package. More details about the PCAN-Developer 4 software package can be found on our website: https://www.peak-system.com/PCAN-...
by M.Maidhof
Thu 27. Aug 2020, 09:55
Forum: Linux
Topic: Problem about pcan-minipcie fd on Ubuntu 16.04
Replies: 11
Views: 459

Re: Problem about pcan-minipcie fd on Ubuntu 16.04

Hello Ali, thanks for the info. When the PCAN-miniPCIe card is not detected by lspci, it could also not be found by the driver. Please check that your miniPCIe slot of your mainboard has a real PCIe interface, and not only USB on PCIe. Our cards are real PCIe cards and not "USB on PCIe" based. The i...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 24. Aug 2020, 15:03
Forum: PCAN-MicroMod Motherboards
Topic: Vehicle speed with the PCAN-MicroMod Digital
Replies: 8
Views: 181

Re: Vehicle speed with the PCAN-MicroMod Digital

Hi, you can use the frequency output of the MicroMod digital, and map the CAN signal to the frequency output using the MicroMod Config tool. Here an example for using the frequency output for CAN ID 0x100 Byte 2 Bit0-7: Frequency_output.JPG You have to modify this to your CAN ID and data bytes of yo...