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I am trying to use CAN with 2CAN interface and Labview. I am currently focused on using the quad encoder on the CIM to control the speed of your shooter. I’m really having trouble getting CAN to work reliably. I can recreate my FRC basic structure character issue with CAN Speed Control Encoder marketers split between Begin and Teleop
I can set up and test a simple one-person control mechanism without errors. As soon as I add “complex” control, be it a CAN PID, using a quad encoder, or even a 4 motor drive, I start getting error -44087.
-44087 in NetComm_CAN_Receive.vi:47
FRC: Jaguar response timed out for JaguarCANDriver
I was trying to isolate boring code, and it's elusive. I have replaced the following:
Advanced Black Jags
Replaced the CAN cable and terminator
Tried both RS232 and 2CAN with the same results< br> I bought the cRIO with the correct CAN driver plugin remapped< br > Replaced quad-core encoder
When I run compiled marketing inserts, it runs cleaner than inline code
When I writeFor most of the CAN speed control encoder example with a waveform on a generic "Get Status Speed" after the output is set, I get intermittent pauses on the RPM curve, which is the physical stuttering of the magneto generator match. . They also seem to be related to driver station timeout error
When I churn at the desired speed I've seen (which I usually avoid), I make a flick and then the Jag refuses to respond. Maybe it's not the fuse, but it looks like Jag. When I reboot it turns back on but unfortunately there is no other way to restart the prong.
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