I ordered most of my stuff from Mouser. The transceiver chip ends in 234 which is maybe why you can't find it. Here it is at Mouser: http://www.mouser.com/_/?Keyword=SN65HVD234&FS=TrueYou will need one of those chips for each canbus port (so, two per Due) and some misc other goodies (60 or 120 ohm resistors, small value capacitors, etc). Also, use a schmartboard 1.27mm arduino board which is part # 206-0004-02 (also available at mouser). This board has a place to put the transceiver chips as well as having pins that go into a normal arduino board. It is not the proper size for a Due but you can run jumper wires to the proper pins of the Due. It's sort of a cobble job at the moment but it does work.
CAN message received:13036 0x2000 0x1EFF Ext 8b 0 0 5C 0 14 0 12 0 13042 0x498 0x1EFF Std 8b 7F CD 7F 4F 88 34 80 7 13049 0x2001 0x1EFF Ext 8b 64 0 3 2 0 0 11 0 13055 0x2002 0x1EFF Ext 8b 2C 1 3C 0 79 0 0 0 13061 0x2003 0x1EFF Ext 8b 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13067 0x2004 0x1EFF Ext 8b CD E 0 0 0 0 0 0 13073 0x2005 0x1EFF Ext 8b 0 0 0 0 1F 1 42 3
Thank you for the links and info.The page with the transceiver chip has different ones.Which one do I need and whats the difference between these ?SN65HVD234DSN65HVD234DG4Can you recommend a Arduino bread board start kit also ?
any idea how I can make due use v2?
Do you mean v1?______Rob
Hey, I bought a due a week ago and tried using can with a device I have.I checked the family id due was sending yesterday, and saw it to be huge. The docs of the device say it is expecting a 11bit cob id. Googling it ,I found out about can v2 having 29 bit ids and can v1 having 11 bit ids. ... my current assumption is that the device is expecting can v1 while due is using v2 So, any idea how I can make due use v1?