Anyone? This doesn't seem that far off to accomplish given someone got 88kbps to work. I've been scouring the internet for days now trying to figure out to calculate the hex values for 33kbps.... Based on the docs I found for the MCP2515 controller, it is possible.
The device it self is beautiful (housing & board), extremely functional, and I don't regret buying it at all. Though at this point in the development, "CANBus Triple gives you an easy way to read and write raw CAN data packets" should come with a disclaimer that you're apparently only able to select from a very limited set of baud rates out of the box. Venturing outside of that, even for a common GM standard, requires in-depth research of the hardware.
Any help would be much appreciated!! :)
I've got a 2010 Saab 9-3, which has both a 2-wire 500kbps power-train bus & a 1-wire 33kbps infotainment bus. The Canbus Triple successfully detected the rate for the power-train bus and connected no problem!
Not some much for the 33kbps infotainment bus. 33 kbps isn't a selectable rate through the Canbus App. I scanned through the desktop app source code and found that the rates are hard coded in. After that I came across a post where someone was attempting to set the rate to 88kbps and tried to follow. Though I'm at a loss as to how to get the correct hex values to achieve that certain rate...
Any help or steps to calculate the hex values would be greatly appreciated!!