Search found 1307 matches

by M.Maidhof
Mon 24. Aug 2020, 15:03
Forum: PCAN-MicroMod Motherboards
Topic: Vehicle speed with the PCAN-MicroMod Digital
Replies: 8
Views: 897

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...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 24. Aug 2020, 14:02
Forum: PCAN-MicroMod Motherboards
Topic: Vehicle speed with the PCAN-MicroMod Digital
Replies: 8
Views: 897

Re: Vehicle speed with the PCAN-MicroMod Digital

Hi,

the MicroMod modules don't offer a phase shifting ouput with the default firmware. So you have to build an own firmware for the module to handle that special feature, or use a different device which could handle CAN to phase shifting.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Mon 24. Aug 2020, 11:17
Forum: Software
Topic: Converting decimal value from trc data file
Replies: 8
Views: 1343

Re: Converting decimal value from trc data file

Hi, with the optional available PCAN-Explorer 6 it will be possible to create a symbol file, so that your raw CAN data will be converted into a human readable display for your current and voltage values. To create a symbol file for your CAN bus signals, you must first get the information how those c...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 24. Aug 2020, 11:09
Forum: PCAN-MicroMod Motherboards
Topic: Vehicle speed with the PCAN-MicroMod Digital
Replies: 8
Views: 897

Re: Vehicle speed with the PCAN-MicroMod Digital

Hi, as written before the MicroMod digital modules don't offer a direct TTL output, they only offer "Low Side" or "High-Side" outputs. Next, to convert a CAN signal to a "ttl" signal, you must convert it in a way that the signal information is still available in the converted signal (PWM, Frequency?...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 24. Aug 2020, 10:38
Forum: PCAN-LIN
Topic: LIN (master) to CAN data convertion
Replies: 3
Views: 605

Re: LIN (master) to CAN data convertion

Hi, you have set the forward mask to "No Forwarding", so you will see nothing on CAN or Serial! forward.JPG Next, please check that your LIN ID 0x23 really uses classic checksum (LIN 1.x) and that it has a byte length of 4 as it is set in the frame config of PCAN-LIN CT: frameconfig.JPG It is possib...
by M.Maidhof
Mon 24. Aug 2020, 10:07
Forum: Linux
Topic: chardev driver install issues (Ubuntu 20.04 Focal)
Replies: 2
Views: 832

Re: chardev driver install issues (Ubuntu 20.04 Focal)

Hi,

is secureboot enabled on this system?

This will prevent third-party-modules from being loaded.

Please check your BIOS settings and disable secureboot.

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Fri 21. Aug 2020, 12:16
Forum: PCAN-LIN
Topic: LIN (master) to CAN data convertion
Replies: 3
Views: 605

Re: LIN (master) to CAN data convertion

Hi, to forward messages from LIN to CAN you have to set the forward mask accordingly. If the PCAN-LIN will be the master, you must also setup a scheduler, or send the master requests by CAN (rtr) to have a working LIN communication. If you just want to use the PCAN-LIN as a pure listener on the LIN ...
by M.Maidhof
Wed 19. Aug 2020, 10:28
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Sending real time data from PCAN USB to Raspberry pi4
Replies: 9
Views: 2613

Re: Sending real time data from PCAN USB to Raspberry pi4

Hi,

as I can see on those pictures you are using 1MBit/s under Windows, while you have configured your PI to 500k....please use the same baudrate on both systems to be able to communicate.

Please also post the output of cat /proc/pcan again after your test

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Mon 17. Aug 2020, 13:44
Forum: Hardware
Topic: Sending real time data from PCAN USB to Raspberry pi4
Replies: 9
Views: 2613

Re: Sending real time data from PCAN USB to Raspberry pi4

Hi,

when you start with Linux and PCAN-USB, please read first the manual of our Linux driver: https://www.peak-system.com/fileadmin/m ... an_eng.pdf

and see here: viewtopic.php?f=59&t=3381

regards

Michael
by M.Maidhof
Mon 10. Aug 2020, 14:26
Forum: PCAN-MicroMod Motherboards
Topic: Vehicle speed with the PCAN-MicroMod Digital
Replies: 8
Views: 897

Re: Vehicle speed with the PCAN-MicroMod Digital

Hello,

the MicroMod digital modules are available with high-side or low-side drivers, but they don't support a direct ttl output. Which signal do you need on the ttl side (PWM, frequency output, digital)?

regards

Michael