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CANBus on cpu32
- Date: Sun, 28 May 2006 10:10:23 -0400
- From: cwelch at neumes.com (Chris Welch)
- Subject: CANBus on cpu32
Thanks very much Pavel!
We have a 68376 running RTEMS as a generator controller (engine control,
power regulation, MODBus and serial comms) that we've been shipping now for
about 8 months.
We are working on adding a simple LCD/keypad interface using Microchip
components and J1939 interface.
I appreciate your help.
Chris Welch, Neumes Consulting, PC and UNIX Solutions
mailto:cwelch at neumes.com (613)797-7831 FAX:(613)838-5602
From: Pavel Pisa [mailto:ppisa4lists at pikron.com]
Sent: Saturday, May 27, 2006 5:56 PM
To: rtems-users at rtems.com; Chris Welch
Subject: Re: CANBus on cpu32
On Saturday 27 May 2006 20:26, Chris Welch wrote:
> Has anybody done any work under RTEMS with the TouCAN module on the 68376
> cpu32 or similar?
I have worked with 68376 TouCAN in our system-less
Look into "tst_can.c" sources under example startup project
for our students
I have RTEMS running on the board and we maintain LinCAN
CAN driver supporting about 20+ cards under Linux.
I would like to combine these project things and build
RTEMS CAN infrastructure one day. But I do not know
when I find time for that. I try to help by advises
and code fragments in each case. I would be pleased
if the development can be done in open and cooperative way.
We have worked on CANopen support in the frame OCERA project.
As an alternative, we have even CanFestival tested and running
on our H8S based board.
e-mail: pisa at cmp.felk.cvut.cz