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CANopen FD Devices Identification via New Layer Setting Services (LSS)
Since the CAN in Automation (CiA) has published the CiA 1301 €“ CANopen FD in September 2017, one CiA technical group discusses how CANopen Layer Setting Services (LSS) should be adapted to CANopen FD. LSS Fastscan service used in the CANopen for identifying unconfigured LSS slaves is complex and requires up to 128 messages exchanged. Benefited from the larger payload of the CANopen FD, the full 128-bit LSS address is used in the new service €“ LSS switch state selective FD service. The 128 bit LSS address is divided into 32 Nibbles of 4 bits. With each LSS master request, devices verify if their own LSS address matches the request and if it does, they respond with the messages matching their own next Nibble. The complete LSS address can be identified with exchange of only maximum 33 messages. The audiences will learn the operating principles, the service and protocol specification, and the operation sequences, as how to identify LSS slave if LSS address is known or unknow.
--- Datum: 25.02.2020 Uhrzeit: 10:30 - 11:00 Uhr Ort: Conference Counter NCC Ost