Somebody cann tell me if there is a Way to use the CAN on the DUE?I must works well and it must work guaranteed. :-)Would be great if someone with Arduino/CAN/DUE experience can talk to me in a pm. Thx a lot.
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It forms a transmission line.http://www.ti.com/lit/an/slla270/slla270.pdfat the ends.and the can-bus is a twister, pair, which has a characteristic impedance of 120 ohmsif the line is not terminated ,you get reflections. (noise)there is also a split method.the lines are balanced or they would never work this fast.in fact they are called, balanced transmission lines, in electronics.the DUE has no drivers, you must add the drivers. the current is very high, way more that a processor can muster.if you read all posts, you see everyone, making up their own drivers.http://www.ti.com/general/docs/datasheetdiagram.tsp?genericPartNumber=SN65HVD233&diagramId=SLLS557Fthe driver can source 50 milliamp min. nothing trivial that.http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/sn65hvd233.pdf
These include the 9-pin DSUB shown in Figure 11 , Multipole, RJ10, RJ45, M12, the 5-pin mini-style in Figure 12 and more micro-style connectors in the CiA specification document DR 303-1, V1-3
#ifndef PINS_CAN0 static const uint8_t CAN1RX = 88; static const uint8_t CAN1TX = 89; // CAN0 #define PINS_CAN0 (90u) // CAN1 #define PINS_CAN1 (91u) #define ARDUINO152#endif
Hello everyone, I am new to the Arduino Due . I have brought the CAN transceiver mcp2551. I don't know if I can use the mcp2551 to
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