Prepare other CAN ID?

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Takabayashi
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Prepare other CAN ID?

Post by Takabayashi »

If set some AnalogX, can i use other ID &#65311;
My understanding is only prepare 0xE4612.
i want to use 2 or 3 AnalogX.
i mean need 8&#12316;12 channel.

Takabayashi
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Gentle remainder

Post by Takabayashi »

Hello ,
i saw similar issue past subject.
But i could not see answer.
Could U tell me something idea?

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Post by ferg »

You can have up to 4 AnalogX on the same CAN bus. You just need to make sure each is set for a unique address.

For details on selecting the address see the section "CAN Base ID" on this page:

https://wiki.autosportlabs.com/AnalogX

Also note, the AnalogX has a CAN termination resistor across the CAN lines by default, you will likely need to remove some or all of these depending on your CAN bus. At most there should be two termination resistors on the CAN bus (one at each end of the bus is ideal).

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Post by Takabayashi »

Hello Ferg-san,

Thank you for your reply.

Need to cut the bridge each ADR?
How do i cut them?
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Post by brentp »

Hi, we have a chart here that shows how to configure the base address, with instructions on how to cut.

https://wiki.autosportlabs.com/AnalogX#CAN_base_ID

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