Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby jibinkurian1246 » Tue 4. Jul 2017, 15:21

Hi stephane,

yes, immediately after sending CAN FD Frame ( cansend can0 123##1DEADBEEFDEADBEEF) and listening on the other interface( candump can1 ) leads to error in transmission with Red led's blinking

below is the results of the command you said:

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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby M.Maidhof » Wed 5. Jul 2017, 08:18

Hi,

please check the used CAN cables. Looks like the termination resistors are missing on boths ends. Then it could work with lower bitrates, but won´t work with higher bitrates or FD.

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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby jibinkurian1246 » Fri 7. Jul 2017, 15:30

Hi Michael,

Thanks a lot for the information.
Everything works fine after adding termination resistors in the CAN cable.

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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby Prasad » Thu 22. Aug 2019, 03:10

Hi jibinkurian1246,

Did you use 2 different terminals for cansend and candump?

Why i am asking is even i face the same issue what you faced, i have set the correct baudrate for my CANFD, after sending message via cansend, i dont see any traffic over any channel with candump command.

another thing i want to know about the connections, from my board i have 3 DB9 connectors out of which one i use for power supply, how do i use the other 2 connectors so that i can see my CAN traffic on candump.

I am new to CAN and Linux platform

Thanks for the useful info on this page.
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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby M.Maidhof » Thu 22. Aug 2019, 10:09

Hi Prasad,

which CAN hardware from PEAK do you use? Please post output of "ip link ls" and "cat /proc/pcan"

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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby Prasad » Mon 26. Aug 2019, 14:09

Hello Maidhof,

Thanks for the reply. Please find the below screen shot for "ip link ls"

Please let me know if we need to use 2 terminals? If yes, i am using minicom, i am i able to open 2 terminals?
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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby Prasad » Mon 26. Aug 2019, 14:12

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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby M.Maidhof » Mon 26. Aug 2019, 14:35

Hi,

please answer all my questions:

which CAN hardware from PEAK do you use? Please post output of "ip link ls" and "cat /proc/pcan"


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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby Prasad » Mon 26. Aug 2019, 15:30

Hi,

Sorry for missing your questions.

Unfortunately i am not using any PEAK related CAN board, as the questions are generic i am trying to get some info from this thread so that it helps me
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Re: Error testing CAN FD frames PEAK CAN USB X6 Device

Postby M.Maidhof » Tue 27. Aug 2019, 08:48

Hi,

well...this is a PEAK-System Forum, where we discuss all issues related to PEAK products. So I don't think that you will get an answers for your problem with your board. But if you want to have a working system, you can use one of our PCAN products and connect it to your board 8-)

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