Thursday, September 2, 2010

The schematics has been updated to support both 3.3V as well as 5V CAN transceivers. The MCU presently runs at 3.3V and so does the board. Filter configuration for CAN is working along with Receive and Transmit Simultaneously using different mailboxes available in the dsPIC30F4013.
Here is the Updated Schematics:


The PCB is currently under manufacture. Since I am unable to find time on evening to complete the drilling job. Hope that soon it would be ready and will post an update on the Source Forge.
Still need to check for the Battery backup needed.

Let me know your suggestion to make this project Better.
Warm Regards,
Boseji

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