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So far i can connect and send commands via USB Serial(using Firmware 4.4 ), but i cant establish an working CAN connection.
I´m using a Peak Can usb dongle mainly to test the CBT device and also an Joystick with Can capabilities (wich sends constantly data on a specific speed).
Monitoring the Joystick with the PCan Dongle works. With the dongle i can also send data.

However as soon as i use the CBT with one of those two devices, CBT shows error messages on the Bus and PCan puts out "BUSS Heavy" error messages if i send something via PCAN.

Auto Baud rate detection doesnt really work (mostly gets nothing and sometimes a random rate). Manually setting the rate doesnt help either.

Below is a Pic of the wiring (testet Can Bus1 and Bus2). Used USB Powering and also testet with 12V.

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Some of the Bus status messages i get are...

"event":"busdbg","name":"Bus 2","canctrl":"4","status":"0","error":"40","errorText":"Receive Buffer 0 Overflow, ","nextTxBuffer":"0"}
{"event":"busdbg","name":"Bus 2","canctrl":"4","status":"0","error":"4B","errorText":"Receive Error Warning - TEC or REC >= 96, Receive Error Warning - REC >= 96, Receive Error Warning - REC >= 128, Receive Buffer 0 Overflow, ","nextTxBuffer":"0"}

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Would triplecan be capable of bridging can-data through to the BT module and back?

In my case its not ment for dumping the whole can-data of a car, but for steering a robotics plattform (prototype) with an android app.
The virtual joystick uses can-data bytes and there are some for buttons (standart 11 bit can frame).
In the other direction from the plattform to the android device is an angle value sent (relative value in relation to the road) and if states invoked by the buttons, are active.
Right now i use a can to bt bridge device which is a bit overpriced...

Triplecan is declared as an general purpose Can swiss army knife so i hope it could also handle this and maybe other future projects :)


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