1.) Is anyone using the Toolbox for MPC57xx Version 3.0? If so,
2.) Have you used FCAN_Receive with Blocking Mode? If so,
3.) Can you share your model with JUST FCAN_Receive blocks with Blocking Mode? I only want to see if there is someone who actually can use it.
Finally new version 3.2 fixed the error for CAN receive blocking mode. But it only did half of the job. The help description doesn't match the actual block set. And there is no example. I don't even know how to make it working. Come on, NXP engineers! you guys can do better job than this!
You can find examples for FCAN Send/Receive Blocking mode in the <MBDT_ROOT>/MPC_Examples/mpc574x/fcan folder:
and in <MBDT_ROOT>/MPC_Examples/mpc577x/fcan folder:
The <MBDT_ROOT> is the folder where the toolbox is installed. To find it, you can run mbd_find_mpc_root() command in Matlab console or navigate to it from the Add-On Manager window.
The outputs of the blocking FCAN_Receive block are:
The Status and ID output labels from the FCAN_Receive block are hidden under the NXP logo. Resize the block and make it bigger to see all output labels.
The output of the blocking FCAN_Send is:
Status enum output is a Simulink enumeration mapped to the status_t C enum from SDK. Supported values for FCAN are:
To see the values of the status_t enumeration, type in Matlab console status_t. and press the TAB key.
Check the example models to see how to use the status output.
Thank you for reporting this issue. I will update the help page in a future release or cumulative patch.
Thanks for your reply to my post. I have checked the examples and there are some example for CAN Send blocking mode. But there is no example for CAN receiving with blocking mode. Can you send me a simple example of CAN receiving with blocking mode?
Would you please share the MPC57xx example for the sending fcan blocking mode ? I am working on the s32k14 but I need references of how to use it and I can't find examples for this issue.
Without Blocking mode, all CAN received messages have to be processed in ISR (Interrupt). It's unrealistic for automotive application. Does anyone has alternative solution?