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CAN with PIC18F458 ? any working example?

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balbes

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CAN with PIC18F458 ?

does anybody have working example on C ?

and another question - if the data I want to transceive is bigger than 8k, should I split it myself or the CAN controller will do it for me if I send it to him ?
 

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I find this on elektroda, so ...

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Excuse-me, if this sounds stupid. But I have one question.
What connectors are used for CAN bus and what is the pinout ?
I downloaded several docs about CAN, but there is no mention about physical layer and about connectors which are normally used for CAN bus.
 

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Connectors and physical layer are custom :). Depends were are you
going to connect.

Typical transceivers are Philips TJA1050(newer) and PC82C250(older).
 

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Very useful informations.
Thanks
:roll:
 

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transceiver I use is MCP2551 ( product of microchip )
 

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thanx for the information
 

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