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CAN driver source code - CANpie FD

The CAN driver CANpie FD (Controller Area Network Programming Interface Environment) offers a standardized programming interface for development of CAN-based applications.

The driver forms the basis for higher layer protocols (CANopen / J1939) and may be used for manufacturer-specific CAN communication between embedded systems. CANpie is avaliable for a wide range of microcontrollers (more than 150 at the moment). A variety of configuration options facilitates adjustment to individual target systems.

An outline of the CANpie FD project is available on GitHub.

Features

  • Modular structure with versatile configuration options
  • Optimised to low resource requirements (ROM / RAM)
  • Wide range of supported CAN controllers
  • Support of standard frames (11-bit identifier) and extended frames (29-bit identifier)
  • Data exchange via interrupt or polling
  • Support of virtual mailboxes

Migration fromCANopen Classic to CANopen FD is possible at any time and only up to your entrepreneurial decision. Long-term efficiency of this new generation of protocol stacks is a standard feature and Industry 4.0 requirements are met at the same time.

Graphical representation of switching from CAN Classic to CAN FD

Ordering information

Order Number

Manufacturer

Controller

50.10.079 Atmel AT90CAN32 / AT90CAN64 / AT90CAN128
50.10.011 Atmel AT89C51CC01 / AT89C51CC03
50.10.032 Atmel AT91SAM7X128 / AT91SAM7X256 / AT91SAM7X512
50.10.071 Atmel AT32UC3C family (AT32UC3Cx128C, AT32UC3Cx256C, AT32UC3Cx512C)
50.10.021 Freescale Coldfire (MCF523x / MCF528x)
50.10.023 Freescale XGATE (MC9S12XDP512)
50.10.016 Fujitsu 16LX family 340 (MB90F342 / MB90F347 / MB90F349)
50.10.017 Fujitsu 16LX family 385 (MB90F387)
50.10.024 Fujitsu 16LX family 495 (MB90F497 / MB90F498)
50.10.033 Fujitsu 16FX family 340 (MB96F347 / MB96F348)
50.10.002 Infineon C505
50.10.004 Infineon C16x family (C161 / C164 / C167)
50.10.030 Infineon XC16x family (XC161CS / XC164CS / XC167CI)
50.10.073 Infineon XMC4500 family (XMC4500 / XMC4502 / XMC4504)
50.10.074 Infineon TriCore AUDO MAX family (TC1791 / TC1793 / TC1798)
50.10.036 Linux Driver for Linux socketcan
50.10.083 Linux Driver for can4linux
50.10.012 Microchip PIC 18Fxx8x family (18F4680 / 18F6680 / 18F8680)
50.10.022 Microchip PIC 18Fx68x family (18F2682 / 18F2685 / 18F4682 / 18F4685)
50.10.034 Microchip dsPIC33F family (dsPIC33FJ64 / dsPIC33FJ128 / dsPIC33FJ256)
50.10.037 Microchip PIC 32MX family (PIC 32MX5xx / PIC32MX7xx)
50.10.008 NEC μPD70F32xx family (AFCAN)
50.10.059 NuMicro NUC140
50.10.072 NXP LPC176x family (LPC1764 / LPC1765 / LPC1766 / LPC1768 / LPC1769)
50.10.063 NXP LPC 177x / LPC178x family
50.10.062 NXP LPC 18xx family
50.10.015 NXP LPC21xx family (LPC2119 / LPC2129 / LPC2292)
50.10.005 NXP SJA1000
50.10.064 Renesas R8C/34W family
50.10.038 Silicon Labs C8051F04x family (C8051F040, C8051F041)
50.10.027 ST STR7 family (STR710 / STR712)
50.10.028 ST STR9 family (STR910 / STR911 / STR912)
50.10.065 ST STM32 family (STM32F103)
50.10.066 ST STM32 family (STM32F105/107)
50.10.067 ST STM32 family (STM32F2xx)
50.10.068 ST STM32 family (STM32F3xx)
50.10.069 ST STM32 family (STM32F4xx)
50.10.031 ST ST10 family (ST10F26x / ST10F27x)
50.10.025 TI TMS320LF24xx family
50.10.035 TI TMS320F28xx family
50.10.075 TI TMS320F2803x Piccolo family (F28030 / F28031 / F28032 / F28033 / F28034 / F28035)
50.10.058 TI Tiva TM4C123x family
50.10.076 TI Concerto F28M36x family
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