RL78/F14 CAN drivers.

Hi,

I am using IAR RL78 embedded workbench. I am looking for CAN driver. Where I can find the RL78/f14 CAN driver. 

Thanks.!

  • Hi Sush,

    What version of IAR are you using? I think, there's a CAN example for RL78F13 in IAR EW 7.0 which you can get information that you can use for the F14 if I'm not mistaken.

    JB
    RenesasRulz Forum Moderator
  • In reply to JB:

    Hi JB,

    Thanks for the reply. The version I am using is IAR EW 7.4.

    But if we look at downloading site of IAR there are only two version available for RL78 3.10 and 2.21.
    So how do I get that examples. Can I still download IAR EW 7.0.

  • In reply to Sush:

    7.0 and 7.4 are NOT version numbers of EW. These are version numbers of the IAR IDE.
    IDE version 7.0 is used in EWRL78 V.1.40.
    IDE version 7.4 is used in EWRL78 V.2.21.
    The RSCAN sample is only included in EWRL78 V.1.40. It is not included in V.2.21.
    The example of V.1.40 can be imported and compiled in V.2.21. I have no idea if it works.

  • In reply to FrankL:

    Hi Frank,

    Thanks for the reply Frank. How can I download V.1.40 because I think its not available for downloading. Only 3.10 and 2.21 is available.
  • In reply to Sush:

    May be ask IAR?
  • Hi JB and Frank,

    Thanks for your helpful comments. I really appreciate your help in resolving the problem.
    My project has been stuck since long time because of CAN drivers. If it is possible can you please provide the link to download RSCAN or If you have sample code or examples or RSCAN driver, can you please share with us.

    Thnaks.!
  • In reply to Sush:

    Sush,

    Have you found the answers you were looking for?

    Mike Clements
    RenesasRulz Moderator
  • In reply to Sush:

    Did you find any more information about rs can
  • In reply to delta21:

    Yes I implemented CAN driver by following the CAN driver implementation guide.
  • In reply to Sush:

    Hi, Sush

    Would you please tell me where to download the CAN driver implementation guide?

    Many thanks.