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Post by kenshail » Fri Jul 07, 2017 12:41 am

I am currently attempting to implement CANopen on MOD54415.
I am starting with the github source
The nearest driver that is available is for the MCF5282 but the FlexCAN in that processor differs considerably from the multican FlexCAN in the MCF54415.
The process therefore entails going through each register and translating bit-by-bit.
I would appreciate contact from anyone who has done this or similar or even knows of a ready-built application.

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Re: CANopen

Post by zoanie » Fri Nov 10, 2017 12:13 pm

I was able to port the CANopen source code from the servo amp manufacturer Copley Controls. The source code is available to users of their products. I would imagine if you purchase a servo amp to test the code you would be able to get access. I don't doubt my company would allow access to my code, but the port was reasonable straight forward. I'll give you a synopsis if you still need to make CANopen work on the Netburner. (CML - Copley Motion Library, protected files)

Good luck,


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