AT90CANxxx - Error management on CAN-Bus

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A few years before I started using the AT90CANxxx types for my own CAN-based projects.

 

This worked okay for me, as I used the same bit-rate setting for all my nodes at 125kbit/s.

Therefore I paid not much attention on the error management. ACK errors normally come from disconnected cables and other errors I did not see.

 

Now, one of the nodes - which is a CAN->USB-dongle -  shall be used to connect to a CAN-controlled model railway.

 

The model railway seems to work also at 125kbit/s but nothing more is known to me. I opened one of the modules and it has a 16MHz oscillator  in it.

 

Listening to the communication with my dongle works superb - I can see the messages coming in and no errors are reported smiley. It looks like only CAN2.0A messages occur

 

Now for transmission:

 

I send out a simple message with CAN-ID 0x409 with DLC 1 and get a FERR or FERG. Also the bus state changes to passive.

Trying this again a few more times the bus state returns to active.

 

I cannot be sure that the way I handle errors is correct. Same to signaling bus-state-changes.

 

Are there typical reasons which lead to a FERR-error ? The bit-rate-config for 125kbit/s can be achieved in more than ONE combinations AFAIK. Can this be the reason ?

 

 

 

I program like a man:
COPY CON: > firmware.hex

Last Edited: Sun. Feb 8, 2015 - 08:29 PM