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can_cfg.h File Reference

Headers for the configuration for the CAN module. More...

#include "general.h"
#include "HL_can.h"
#include "database.h"
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Data Structures

struct  CAN_BUFFERELEMENT
 
struct  CAN_SHIM
 
struct  CAN_MSG_TX_TYPE
 
struct  CAN_MSG_RX_TYPE
 

Macros

#define CAN_MAX_11BIT_ID   (2048u)
 
#define CAN_MAX_DLC   (8u)
 
#define CAN_DLC   (8u)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_STATE   (0x220U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STATE_PERIOD_MS   (100U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STATE_PHASE_MS   (0U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_VOLTAGES   (0x240U)
 
#define CAN_TX_VOLTAGES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)
 
#define CAN_TX_VOLTAGES_PHASE_MS   (10U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_TEMPERATURES   (0x250U)
 
#define CAN_TX_TEMPERATURES_PERIOD_MS   (200U)
 
#define CAN_TX_TEMPERATURES_PHASE_MS   (20U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_LIMIT_VALUES   (0x224U)
 
#define CAN_TX_LIMIT_VALUES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)
 
#define CAN_TX_LIMIT_VALUES_PHASE_MS   (30U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_VALUES   (0x223U)
 
#define CAN_TX_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_VALUES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)
 
#define CAN_TX_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_VALUES_PHASE_MS   (40U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_PACK_STATE_ESTIMATION   (0x225U)
 
#define CAN_TX_PACK_STATE_ESTIMATION_PERIOD_MS   (1000U)
 
#define CAN_TX_PACK_STATE_ESTIMATION_PHASE_MS   (50U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_PACK_VALUES   (0x222U)
 
#define CAN_TX_PACK_VALUES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)
 
#define CAN_TX_PACK_VALUES_PHASE_MS   (60U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_STATE   (0x221U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_PERIOD_MS   (100U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_PHASE_MS   (70U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_VALUES   (0x280U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_PHASE_MS   (80U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM   (0x281U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_PERIOD_MS   (100U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_PHASE_MS   (90U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_STATE_ESTIMATION   (0x282U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_ESTIMATION_PERIOD_MS   (1000U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_ESTIMATION_PHASE_MS   (0U)
 
#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_VALUES_2   (0x283U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_2_PERIOD_MS   (100U)
 
#define CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_2_PHASE_MS   (10U)
 
#define CAN_ID_BOOT_MESSAGE   (0x199u)
 
#define CAN_ID_SOFTWARE_RESET   (0x95U)
 
#define CAN_ID_COMMAND   (0x230U)
 
#define CAN_ID_DEBUG   (0x200U)
 
#define CAN_ID_SW_VERSION   (0x777U)
 
#define CAN_ID_IMD_INFO   (0x37U)
 
#define CAN_ID_IMD_REQUEST   (0x22U)
 
#define CAN_ID_IMD_RESPONSE   (0x23U)
 
#define CAN1_NODE   (canREG1)
 
#define CAN2_NODE   (canREG2)
 
#define CAN1_ENABLE_PIN   (PEX_PIN00)
 
#define CAN1_STANDBY_PIN   (PEX_PIN01)
 
#define CAN2_ENABLE_PIN   (PEX_PIN02)
 
#define CAN2_STANDBY_PIN   (PEX_PIN03)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING0_CURRENT   (0x521u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING0_VOLTAGE1   (0x522u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING0_VOLTAGE2   (0x523u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING0_VOLTAGE3   (0x524u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING0_TEMPERATURE   (0x525u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING0_POWER   (0x526u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING0_CURRENT_COUNTER   (0x527u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING0_ENERGY_COUNTER   (0x528u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING1_CURRENT   (0x621u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING1_VOLTAGE1   (0x622u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING1_VOLTAGE2   (0x623u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING1_VOLTAGE3   (0x624u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING1_TEMPERATURE   (0x625u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING1_POWER   (0x626u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING1_CURRENT_COUNTER   (0x627u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING1_ENERGY_COUNTER   (0x628u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING2_CURRENT   (0x721u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING2_VOLTAGE1   (0x722u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING2_VOLTAGE2   (0x723u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING2_VOLTAGE3   (0x724u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING2_TEMPERATURE   (0x725u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING2_POWER   (0x726u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING2_CURRENT_COUNTER   (0x727u)
 
#define CAN_ID_STRING2_ENERGY_COUNTER   (0x728u)
 

Typedefs

typedef enum CAN_ENDIANNESS CAN_ENDIANNESS_e
 
typedef struct CAN_BUFFERELEMENT CAN_BUFFERELEMENT_s
 
typedef struct CAN_SHIM CAN_SHIM_s
 
typedef uint32_t(* can_callback_funcPtr) (uint32_t ID, uint8_t DLC, CAN_ENDIANNESS_e endianness, uint8_t *candata, uint8_t *pMuxId, const CAN_SHIM_s *const kpkCanShim)
 
typedef struct CAN_MSG_TX_TYPE CAN_MSG_TX_TYPE_s
 
typedef struct CAN_MSG_RX_TYPE CAN_MSG_RX_TYPE_s
 

Enumerations

enum  CAN_ENDIANNESS { CAN_LITTLE_ENDIAN , CAN_BIG_ENDIAN }
 

Variables

const CAN_SHIM_s can_kShim
 
const CAN_MSG_TX_TYPE_s can_txMessages []
 
const CAN_MSG_RX_TYPE_s can_rxMessages []
 
const uint8_t can_txLength
 
const uint8_t can_rxLength
 

Detailed Description

Headers for the configuration for the CAN module.

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Author
foxBMS Team
Date
2019-12-04 (date of creation)
Updated
2021-12-01 (date of last update)
Prefix
CAN

The activation and the length of the message buffers as well as the number of the messages that are received are to be configured here

Definition in file can_cfg.h.

Macro Definition Documentation

◆ CAN1_ENABLE_PIN

#define CAN1_ENABLE_PIN   (PEX_PIN00)

Configuration of CAN transceiver pins to the respective port expander pins.

Definition at line 78 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN1_NODE

#define CAN1_NODE   (canREG1)

register on which the CAN interface is connected

Definition at line 70 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN1_STANDBY_PIN

#define CAN1_STANDBY_PIN   (PEX_PIN01)

Configuration of CAN transceiver pins to the respective port expander pins.

Definition at line 79 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN2_ENABLE_PIN

#define CAN2_ENABLE_PIN   (PEX_PIN02)

Configuration of CAN transceiver pins to the respective port expander pins.

Definition at line 80 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN2_NODE

#define CAN2_NODE   (canREG2)

register on which the CAN interface is connected

Definition at line 71 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN2_STANDBY_PIN

#define CAN2_STANDBY_PIN   (PEX_PIN03)

Configuration of CAN transceiver pins to the respective port expander pins.

Definition at line 81 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_DLC

#define CAN_DLC   (8u)

Default DLC

Definition at line 90 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_BOOT_MESSAGE

#define CAN_ID_BOOT_MESSAGE   (0x199u)

RX messages CAN message ID for boot message

Definition at line 183 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_COMMAND

#define CAN_ID_COMMAND   (0x230U)

CAN message ID to perform a state request

Definition at line 189 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_DEBUG

#define CAN_ID_DEBUG   (0x200U)

CAN message ID for debug message

Definition at line 192 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_IMD_INFO

#define CAN_ID_IMD_INFO   (0x37U)

----------------------—CAUTION----------------------— The 3 following defines are used by the insulation monitoring device (IMD). If they are changed, the IMD will not work anymore ----------------------—CAUTION----------------------— CAN message ID for info message from iso165c

Definition at line 204 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_IMD_REQUEST

#define CAN_ID_IMD_REQUEST   (0x22U)

CAN message ID for request message to iso165c

Definition at line 206 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_IMD_RESPONSE

#define CAN_ID_IMD_RESPONSE   (0x23U)

CAN message ID for response message from iso165c

Definition at line 208 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_SOFTWARE_RESET

#define CAN_ID_SOFTWARE_RESET   (0x95U)

CAN message ID to perform a software reset

Definition at line 186 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING0_CURRENT

#define CAN_ID_STRING0_CURRENT   (0x521u)

IDs for the messages from the current sensors String 0

Definition at line 212 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING0_CURRENT_COUNTER

#define CAN_ID_STRING0_CURRENT_COUNTER   (0x527u)

IDs for the messages from the current sensors String 0

Definition at line 218 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING0_ENERGY_COUNTER

#define CAN_ID_STRING0_ENERGY_COUNTER   (0x528u)

IDs for the messages from the current sensors String 0

Definition at line 219 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING0_POWER

#define CAN_ID_STRING0_POWER   (0x526u)

IDs for the messages from the current sensors String 0

Definition at line 217 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING0_TEMPERATURE

#define CAN_ID_STRING0_TEMPERATURE   (0x525u)

IDs for the messages from the current sensors String 0

Definition at line 216 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING0_VOLTAGE1

#define CAN_ID_STRING0_VOLTAGE1   (0x522u)

IDs for the messages from the current sensors String 0

Definition at line 213 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING0_VOLTAGE2

#define CAN_ID_STRING0_VOLTAGE2   (0x523u)

IDs for the messages from the current sensors String 0

Definition at line 214 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING0_VOLTAGE3

#define CAN_ID_STRING0_VOLTAGE3   (0x524u)

IDs for the messages from the current sensors String 0

Definition at line 215 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING1_CURRENT

#define CAN_ID_STRING1_CURRENT   (0x621u)

String 1

Definition at line 222 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING1_CURRENT_COUNTER

#define CAN_ID_STRING1_CURRENT_COUNTER   (0x627u)

String 1

Definition at line 228 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING1_ENERGY_COUNTER

#define CAN_ID_STRING1_ENERGY_COUNTER   (0x628u)

String 1

Definition at line 229 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING1_POWER

#define CAN_ID_STRING1_POWER   (0x626u)

String 1

Definition at line 227 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING1_TEMPERATURE

#define CAN_ID_STRING1_TEMPERATURE   (0x625u)

String 1

Definition at line 226 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING1_VOLTAGE1

#define CAN_ID_STRING1_VOLTAGE1   (0x622u)

String 1

Definition at line 223 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING1_VOLTAGE2

#define CAN_ID_STRING1_VOLTAGE2   (0x623u)

String 1

Definition at line 224 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING1_VOLTAGE3

#define CAN_ID_STRING1_VOLTAGE3   (0x624u)

String 1

Definition at line 225 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING2_CURRENT

#define CAN_ID_STRING2_CURRENT   (0x721u)

String 2

Definition at line 232 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING2_CURRENT_COUNTER

#define CAN_ID_STRING2_CURRENT_COUNTER   (0x727u)

String 2

Definition at line 238 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING2_ENERGY_COUNTER

#define CAN_ID_STRING2_ENERGY_COUNTER   (0x728u)

String 2

Definition at line 239 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING2_POWER

#define CAN_ID_STRING2_POWER   (0x726u)

String 2

Definition at line 237 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING2_TEMPERATURE

#define CAN_ID_STRING2_TEMPERATURE   (0x725u)

String 2

Definition at line 236 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING2_VOLTAGE1

#define CAN_ID_STRING2_VOLTAGE1   (0x722u)

String 2

Definition at line 233 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING2_VOLTAGE2

#define CAN_ID_STRING2_VOLTAGE2   (0x723u)

String 2

Definition at line 234 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_STRING2_VOLTAGE3

#define CAN_ID_STRING2_VOLTAGE3   (0x724u)

String 2

Definition at line 235 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_SW_VERSION

#define CAN_ID_SW_VERSION   (0x777U)

CAN message ID to get software version

Definition at line 195 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_LIMIT_VALUES

#define CAN_ID_TX_LIMIT_VALUES   (0x224U)

CAN message ID to send limit values

Definition at line 116 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_VALUES

#define CAN_ID_TX_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_VALUES   (0x223U)

CAN message ID to send minimum and maximum values

Definition at line 123 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_PACK_STATE_ESTIMATION

#define CAN_ID_TX_PACK_STATE_ESTIMATION   (0x225U)

CAN message ID to send pack state estimation values

Definition at line 130 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_PACK_VALUES

#define CAN_ID_TX_PACK_VALUES   (0x222U)

CAN message ID to send pack values

Definition at line 137 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_STATE

#define CAN_ID_TX_STATE   (0x220U)

TX messages - pack related CAN message ID to send state

Definition at line 95 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_STRING_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM

#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM   (0x281U)

CAN message ID to send string minimum and maximum values

Definition at line 160 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_STRING_STATE

#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_STATE   (0x221U)

TX messages - string related CAN message ID to send string state

Definition at line 146 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_STRING_STATE_ESTIMATION

#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_STATE_ESTIMATION   (0x282U)

CAN message ID to send string minimum and maximum values

Definition at line 167 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_STRING_VALUES

#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_VALUES   (0x280U)

CAN message ID to send string values

Definition at line 153 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_STRING_VALUES_2

#define CAN_ID_TX_STRING_VALUES_2   (0x283U)

CAN message ID to send string values 2

Definition at line 174 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_TEMPERATURES

#define CAN_ID_TX_TEMPERATURES   (0x250U)

CAN message ID to send temperatures

Definition at line 109 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ID_TX_VOLTAGES

#define CAN_ID_TX_VOLTAGES   (0x240U)

CAN message ID to send voltages

Definition at line 102 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_MAX_11BIT_ID

#define CAN_MAX_11BIT_ID   (2048u)

Maximum ID if 11 bits are used

Definition at line 85 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_MAX_DLC

#define CAN_MAX_DLC   (8u)

Maximum length of Data Length Code

Definition at line 87 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_LIMIT_VALUES_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_LIMIT_VALUES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)

Periodicity of CAN limit messages in ms

Definition at line 118 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_LIMIT_VALUES_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_LIMIT_VALUES_PHASE_MS   (30U)

Phase of CAN limit messages in ms

Definition at line 120 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_VALUES_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_VALUES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)

Periodicity of CAN minimum and maximum value messages in ms

Definition at line 125 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_VALUES_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_VALUES_PHASE_MS   (40U)

Phase of CAN minimum and maximum value messages in ms

Definition at line 127 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_PACK_STATE_ESTIMATION_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_PACK_STATE_ESTIMATION_PERIOD_MS   (1000U)

Periodicity of CAN pack state estimation messages in ms

Definition at line 132 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_PACK_STATE_ESTIMATION_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_PACK_STATE_ESTIMATION_PHASE_MS   (50U)

Phase of CAN pack state estimation messages in ms

Definition at line 134 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_PACK_VALUES_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_PACK_VALUES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)

Periodicity of CAN pack values messages in ms

Definition at line 139 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_PACK_VALUES_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_PACK_VALUES_PHASE_MS   (60U)

Phase of CAN pack values messages in ms

Definition at line 141 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STATE_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_STATE_PERIOD_MS   (100U)

Periodicity of CAN state messages in ms

Definition at line 97 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STATE_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_STATE_PHASE_MS   (0U)

Phase of CAN state messages in ms

Definition at line 99 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_PERIOD_MS   (100U)

Periodicity of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 162 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_MINIMUM_MAXIMUM_PHASE_MS   (90U)

Phase of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 164 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_ESTIMATION_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_ESTIMATION_PERIOD_MS   (1000U)

Periodicity of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 169 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_ESTIMATION_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_ESTIMATION_PHASE_MS   (0U)

Phase of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 171 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_PERIOD_MS   (100U)

Periodicity of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 148 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_STATE_PHASE_MS   (70U)

Phase of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 150 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_2_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_2_PERIOD_MS   (100U)

Periodicity of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 176 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_2_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_2_PHASE_MS   (10U)

Phase of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 178 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)

Periodicity of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 155 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_STRING_VALUES_PHASE_MS   (80U)

Phase of CAN string state messages in ms

Definition at line 157 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_TEMPERATURES_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_TEMPERATURES_PERIOD_MS   (200U)

Periodicity of CAN temperature messages in ms

Definition at line 111 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_TEMPERATURES_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_TEMPERATURES_PHASE_MS   (20U)

Phase of CAN temperature messages in ms

Definition at line 113 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_VOLTAGES_PERIOD_MS

#define CAN_TX_VOLTAGES_PERIOD_MS   (100U)

Periodicity of CAN voltage messages in ms

Definition at line 104 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_TX_VOLTAGES_PHASE_MS

#define CAN_TX_VOLTAGES_PHASE_MS   (10U)

Phase of CAN voltage messages in ms

Definition at line 106 of file can_cfg.h.

Typedef Documentation

◆ CAN_BUFFERELEMENT_s

Buffer element used to store the ID and data of a CAN RX message

◆ can_callback_funcPtr

typedef uint32_t(* can_callback_funcPtr) (uint32_t ID, uint8_t DLC, CAN_ENDIANNESS_e endianness, uint8_t *candata, uint8_t *pMuxId, const CAN_SHIM_s *const kpkCanShim)

type definition for callback functions used in CAN messages

Definition at line 322 of file can_cfg.h.

◆ CAN_ENDIANNESS_e

Enum for byte order (endianness)

* CAN data example:
*
* LittleEndian
* bitStart = 27; bitLength = 19
* DataLE: 45-44-43-42-41-40-39-38-37-36-35-34-33-32-31-30-29-28-27
*         MSB                                                   LSB
*
* BigEndian
* bitStart = 21; bitLength = 19
* DataBE: 21-20-19-18-17-16-31-30-29-28-27-26-25-24-39-38-37-36-35
*         MSB                                                   LSB
*                                             |||
*                                   Receive data on CAN bus
*                                             |||
*                                             |||
*                                             \_/
*                  LE                          |                  BE
* CAN Data Byte 0  07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00     | CAN Data Byte 0  07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
* CAN Data Byte 1  15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08     | CAN Data Byte 1  15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
* CAN Data Byte 2  23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16     | CAN Data Byte 2  23 22 21-20-19-18-17-16 MSB
* CAN Data Byte 3  31-30-29-28-27 26 25 24 LSB | CAN Data Byte 3  31-30-29-28-27-26-25-24
* CAN Data Byte 4  39-38-37-36-35-34-33-32     | CAN Data Byte 4  39-38-37-36-35 34 33 32 LSB
* CAN Data Byte 5  47 46 45-44-43-42-41-40 MSB | CAN Data Byte 5  47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40
* CAN Data Byte 6  55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48     | CAN Data Byte 6  55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48
* CAN Data Byte 7  63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56     | CAN Data Byte 7  63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56
*                                             |||
*                                  Store received data in RAM
*                                             |||
*                                             |||
*                                             \_/
*                  LE                          |                  BE
* CAN Data Byte 7  63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56     | CAN Data Byte 0  07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00     | RAM data[7]
* CAN Data Byte 6  55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48     | CAN Data Byte 1  15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08     | RAM data[6]
* CAN Data Byte 5  47 46 45-44-43-42-41-40 MSB | CAN Data Byte 2  23 22 21-20-19-18-17-16 MSB | RAM data[5]
* CAN Data Byte 4  39-38-37-36-35-34-33-32     | CAN Data Byte 3  31-30-29-28-27-26-25-24     | RAM data[4]
* CAN Data Byte 3  31-30-29-28-27 26 25 24 LSB | CAN Data Byte 4  39-38-37-36-35 34 33 32 LSB | RAM data[3]
* CAN Data Byte 2  23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16     | CAN Data Byte 5  47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40     | RAM data[2]
* CAN Data Byte 1  15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08     | CAN Data Byte 6  55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48     | RAM data[1]
* CAN Data Byte 0  07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00     | CAN Data Byte 7  63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56     | RAM data[0]
*                                      DataLE  =  DataBE
* 

◆ CAN_MSG_RX_TYPE_s

type definition for structure of an RX CAN message

◆ CAN_MSG_TX_TYPE_s

type definition for structure of a TX CAN message

◆ CAN_SHIM_s

typedef struct CAN_SHIM CAN_SHIM_s

composite type for storing and passing on the local database table handles

Enumeration Type Documentation

◆ CAN_ENDIANNESS

Enum for byte order (endianness)

* CAN data example:
*
* LittleEndian
* bitStart = 27; bitLength = 19
* DataLE: 45-44-43-42-41-40-39-38-37-36-35-34-33-32-31-30-29-28-27
*         MSB                                                   LSB
*
* BigEndian
* bitStart = 21; bitLength = 19
* DataBE: 21-20-19-18-17-16-31-30-29-28-27-26-25-24-39-38-37-36-35
*         MSB                                                   LSB
*                                             |||
*                                   Receive data on CAN bus
*                                             |||
*                                             |||
*                                             \_/
*                  LE                          |                  BE
* CAN Data Byte 0  07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00     | CAN Data Byte 0  07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
* CAN Data Byte 1  15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08     | CAN Data Byte 1  15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
* CAN Data Byte 2  23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16     | CAN Data Byte 2  23 22 21-20-19-18-17-16 MSB
* CAN Data Byte 3  31-30-29-28-27 26 25 24 LSB | CAN Data Byte 3  31-30-29-28-27-26-25-24
* CAN Data Byte 4  39-38-37-36-35-34-33-32     | CAN Data Byte 4  39-38-37-36-35 34 33 32 LSB
* CAN Data Byte 5  47 46 45-44-43-42-41-40 MSB | CAN Data Byte 5  47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40
* CAN Data Byte 6  55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48     | CAN Data Byte 6  55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48
* CAN Data Byte 7  63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56     | CAN Data Byte 7  63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56
*                                             |||
*                                  Store received data in RAM
*                                             |||
*                                             |||
*                                             \_/
*                  LE                          |                  BE
* CAN Data Byte 7  63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56     | CAN Data Byte 0  07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00     | RAM data[7]
* CAN Data Byte 6  55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48     | CAN Data Byte 1  15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08     | RAM data[6]
* CAN Data Byte 5  47 46 45-44-43-42-41-40 MSB | CAN Data Byte 2  23 22 21-20-19-18-17-16 MSB | RAM data[5]
* CAN Data Byte 4  39-38-37-36-35-34-33-32     | CAN Data Byte 3  31-30-29-28-27-26-25-24     | RAM data[4]
* CAN Data Byte 3  31-30-29-28-27 26 25 24 LSB | CAN Data Byte 4  39-38-37-36-35 34 33 32 LSB | RAM data[3]
* CAN Data Byte 2  23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16     | CAN Data Byte 5  47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40     | RAM data[2]
* CAN Data Byte 1  15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08     | CAN Data Byte 6  55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48     | RAM data[1]
* CAN Data Byte 0  07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00     | CAN Data Byte 7  63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56     | RAM data[0]
*                                      DataLE  =  DataBE
* 
Enumerator
CAN_LITTLE_ENDIAN 
CAN_BIG_ENDIAN 

Definition at line 290 of file can_cfg.h.

Variable Documentation

◆ can_kShim

const CAN_SHIM_s can_kShim
extern

variable for storing and passing on the local database table handles

Definition at line 360 of file can_cfg.c.

◆ can_rxLength

const uint8_t can_rxLength
extern

array length for transmission CAN0 message definition

length of CAN message arrays

Definition at line 338 of file can_cfg.c.

◆ can_rxMessages

const CAN_MSG_RX_TYPE_s can_rxMessages[]
extern

registry of CAN RX messages

Definition at line 193 of file can_cfg.c.

◆ can_txLength

const uint8_t can_txLength
extern

array length for transmission CAN0 message definition

length of CAN message arrays

Definition at line 337 of file can_cfg.c.

◆ can_txMessages

const CAN_MSG_TX_TYPE_s can_txMessages[]
extern

registry of CAN TX messages

Definition at line 88 of file can_cfg.c.