CAN stands for Controller Area Network and is a bus often used in automotive applications. It is a two-wire differential protocol and works on baud rates from 10 kbits/sec to 1 Mbits/sec.

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CAN bus and relay problem

I have prototyped a CAN network with a PIC MCU and Raspberry Pi in it. The problem was when I tried to use a relay with a 5 V coil voltage on one of the nodes like this: The LOCK_CTRL was ...
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CAN: how to test the CAN/CANopen messages without using CANalyzer

I am working on CAN where the code is already ready for send and receive, but now for our unit testing we use CANalyzer to test the send/receive of the data. Is there a way wherein I can test the ...
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CAN Bus Physical Layer Twisted pair or not

CAN bus is very common in automotive or vehicular applications. In our case, we are using aerial platforms with have CAN bus links between operator remote and ground control box. As is very typical ...
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What is a busy period on a CAN bus?

As per my understanding, a busy period is the interval of time where all messages that have priorities greater than i and that are queued before the end of the busy ...
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CAN Bus - Is bit stuffing required at EOF and INT?

In a CAN Bus, to ensure enough transitions to maintain synchronization, bit stuffing is used after five consecutive bits of the ...
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Cheapest way to get a CAN signal

I have to transfer signals over around five meters. My input signals are I2C or SPI-compatible, but unfortunately it is no good idea to transmit them over such a long distance. Therefore I was ...
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CAN bus on STM32F429 receiving messages

I am using the STM32F429 HAL CUBE for a CAN bus implementaion. I am able to transmit some CAN bus messages, but my receive function is not working. Is it compulsory for receiving messages to write a ...
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Identify microcontroller pins for CAN interface

I am using DSPIC33FJ64GP804 in my project. And the datasheets can not tell me which pins are used as CAN tx and dx. Maybe it is pin 21 C2in- and 22 C2in+? Or maybe any two pins can be used?
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Kvaser Leaf Light CAN BUS Simulator problems

I'm learning to use this tool Kvaser Leaf Light V2 with CAN-BUS. I'm stuck with some problems. I can read the packets around the CAN-BUS line from the car, I can save it in a text file, but when I ...
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CANUSB SJA1000 Filtering

I am using a CANUSB adapter connected to my car attempting to read out only CAN messages with 11-bit identifier 0x1D6. I need to do hardware filtering because software filtering is too slow for my ...
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Wired sensor network

We are trying to develop a wired sensing network that will have up to 200 sensors attached to it, spread over what could be 100 m. There will be one main controller that uploads each sensor's ...
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Can I connect the ST Nucleo-F334R8 board using CAN (Controller Area Network)?

I have the ST Nucleo F334R8 board (64 pin version/LQFP64). The datasheet of its microcontroller (STM32F334R8T6), which is advertised as having one CAN interface - the 2.0 B Active type says this ...
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Can a CAN bus support power over ethernet?

I'd like to reduce my loom for a battery box. Every time I run a line i.e. CAN or low voltage power, it has to be isolated from the master controller which communicates with each slave. I'd like to ...
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Multiplexing a CAN bus

I want to use a small 8 bit microcontroller which has only a single CAN rx/tx, i.e. Atmel 32c1, but in my application I need to be able to send and receive requests from two CAN buses. I have read ...
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CAN bus simulation (automotive purpose) - tried Arduino and SparkFun

I repair electric powered steering systems for cars, especially Fiat, Alfa, and Lancya (Delphi manufacturers), and I'm in need of making some tool to test these reparations. I mean just turning it on, ...
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CAN bus identifiers for the engine control unit of vehicles

I am working on diagnosing engine issues with an engine control unit (ECU) and the CAN bus available in vehicles. This is what I have found so far. Every manufacturer follows the ISO 15765-2 (ISO-TP) ...
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CAN installation running at 1 Mbit/s need to transfer 1024 bytes

What is the total number of data frames needed to transfer an entire 1024 bytes block? Also, what is the minimum amount of time needed to complete this method?
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How do I structure a slow speed CAN Bus network with 400 nodes?

I'm looking into the possibility of building a CAN bus network with ~400 nodes in it. The total cabling distance is about 200m but it doesn't have to be fast; each node only needs to transmit a single ...
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Make a non-CAN device into a CAN enabled one

I've got a Freedom development board FRDM KE04Z which doesn't support CAN. How can I make it CAN enabled? Are there any external CAN controllers that can help?
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Baudrate and BTR0/BTR1

I am creating an application that uses standard function that sets bitrate. The parameters required are BTR0 and BTR1. But the user of my application will enter the standard value of the Baudrate (eg. ...
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CAN bus acknowledgment error

I am using an STM32F429 CAN bus program with TJA1041A as the CAN transceiver. The problem is that the messages are not getting acknowledged, and herewith I am attaching the code for further reference. ...
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Access-type error for object 1029:01 (in EDS for CANopen device) reported by CANchkEDS

I have an EDS file including: ...
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Single wire CAN // Saab 9-3 I-Bus // GMLAN

I'm trying to control an instrument cluster from a 2008 Saab 9-3. It has 2 pins marked for I-Bus (both wires are green, continuity test shows they are tied together as shown here: Some sites also ...
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What is the usage of this resistor?

I'm thinking about this part of this board : As you can see, there is a resistor in the red rectangle (R26). my question is what is the usage of this resistor? Well being a resistor for D14(CANRX) ...
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Best method to transfer two int percentage values over a CAN bus

I have two integers: int A is a value from -100 until 0 and int B is a value from 0 to 100 What is the most effective way to put this into a CAN message and decode it again at the other ...
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LaunchPad development board talking to itself using a CAN bus

I have one Texas Instruments Tiva-C Series TM4C123GXL LaunchPad and two MCP2551 transceivers. I am trying to send and receive messages via a controller area network (CAN) bus. Is it possible to do ...
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How can I determine a maximum run length for CANbus?

I'm using CANbus to communicate between two circuit boards. 120 ohm termination resistors on either end. Transceivers are MCP2561 and ISO1050. Bit rate is in the hundreds of kilobits/second. Medium is ...
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Controller area network voltages

The CAN bus has CAN-High and CAN-Low lines. Normally, in the recessive state the voltages are each 2.5 V and in the dominant state the CAN-High line goes to 3.5 V and the CAN-Low line goes ...
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NXP PCA82C250 CAN controller interface

What is the function of the \$V_{ref}\$ pin for the PCA82C250 CAN controller? A complete datasheet is available.
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Question about communication using a controller area network (CAN)

I am trying to make a test CAN loop on a breadboard and I want to try reading and writing to it using an mbed. I found an example circuit and some test code for reading and writing from a CAN loop ...
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How to transmit CAN signals wirelessly without line of sight (LOS)

I have a scenario where I have an OBD-II interface transmitting data via CAN across six wires to a display. I will have power on either side of the wires, but I cannot assume that the wires will have ...
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CAN BUS MESSAGES DESIGN SOFTWARE [closed]

I am currently designing with the PIC32 Micros and the 2 embedded CAN bus Controllers As the CAN bus architecture from node to node can be very complex with CAN messages, nodes filters, masks, CAN ...
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What's the maximum CAN bus frame (message) rate at 125 kbit/s?

My CAN bus is running at 125 kbit/s and is using extended frame format exclusively. I would like to know what's the maximum rate of CAN frame I can send out. Suppose the data length is always ...
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What could be used to send induced/coupled CAN-BUS signal

My problem I am experiencing is with the circuitry or IC combination to follow. I don't need a answer of what exact IC models I need, as that would be plain stupid. What I asked originally about the ...
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CAN communication between two ARM MCU's (LPC2129)

I am trying to communicate between two LPC2129 microcontrollers, one as transmitter and the other as receiver, using interrupts to transmit and receive the message. The transmit and receive ...
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CAN Bus Off when operating with two nodes

I have two nodes A and B operating on a CAN bus. I have cut the bus off and Node A reached the error passive state due to the lack of ack from ...
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Eagle library for MCP2551

I need to make a PCB, and the only software I have is EAGLE. All the other parts are listed in my libraries, but where can I find a library that has MCP2551 (CAN transceiver)?
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What exactly is “dominant” and “recessive”?

I am reading data sheets on the LIN bus, but apparently the same terminology is used for CAN. What does "recessive" and "dominant" stand for, e.g ...
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Listen Only Mode in CAN and Message Validity

Most controllers have a "Listen Only Mode" or "CANalyzer Mode" in which CAN module doesn't acknowledge any message but it will read the message silently. Assuming there is only two nodes on the bus ...
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Running CAN bus with RS-485 transceiver

Recently I had a discussion whether one could use RS-485 transceivers for a CAN-bus network in order to gain the flexibility to use the same hardware either in a CAN-environment or in half-duplex ...
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CAN connection help needed

I bought the IAR Kickstarter kit to work with the SM470R1B1M-HT (Texas Instruments) microcontroller. I would like to implement CAN communication between the microcontroller and a PC. I need to send ...
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Is the CAN bus protocol a master and slave protocol?

I am investigating if the CAN bus will work for the projects I am building at the moment. I want to create a bunch of input/output controllers that will accept/buffer commands, execute them and then ...
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How to properly wire 2 CAN transceivers to the same CANH and CANL

I'm attempting to design a system with 2 CAN transceivers, a High speed and Low speed that use the same CANH and CANL lines, like so: I was planning on using 4 MOSFETs or 4 Relays connected to the ...
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CAN communication with the SM470R1B1M-HT microcontroller

I bought the IAR Kickstarter kit to work with the SM470R1B1M-HT (Texas Instruments) microcontroller. I would like to implement CAN communication between the microcontroller and a PC. I need to send ...
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Android CAN bus connectivity via Bluetooth (or USB) [closed]

I'd like to read sensor data from existing CAN buses using a bluetooth (preferably, though USB would also work) device of some sort. Trouble is, I've never done CAN bus, bluetooth or android ...
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Understanding the guaranteed data consistency within CAN network

I am reading the CAN spec and it says the following about data consistency: Data Consistency: Within a CAN network it is guaranteed that a message is simultaneously accepted either by all nodes or ...
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Isolation of CAN-High and CAN-Low signals [closed]

I have to isolate the signals CAN-High and CAN-Low on a CAN bus. Is there an isolated CAN repeater (something like IXXAT's CAN-Repeater - 110 × 75 × 22 mm) which would be ...
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What do chips like ELM327 and STN1110 do?

What problems are the chips ELM327 and STN1110 solving? If I connect the necessary interface ICs (I mean dumb ICs, like level shifters, inverters, etc., not pre-programmed devices like ELM327) ...
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OBD2 CAN digital analysis yields signal only on CAN Low

Since I don't seem to find the OBD2 CAN specification anywhere on the internet, I am trying to reverse engineer the signaling done so that in the end I can develop a piece of hardware that will act as ...
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CAN bus ESD protection

For a CAN bus application, is it correct to connect an ESD protection IC to GND, or chasis of the device?