Raspberry Pi 3 System With CAN Bus Interface
The Raspberry Pi originally exposed one I2C bus on its GPIO connector, P1. It had another I2C bus dedicated to the camera connector, S5. However, with revision 2 of the Raspberry Pi, another connector was added. This was P5, squeezed in next to P1, and it also carried the second I2C bus, making it easier to get at and use.
CAN Bus Support in Raspberry Pi - Tiqni
SK Pang Electronics PiCAN2 CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 2/3 [RSP-PICAN2] - This PiCAN2 board provide CAN-Bus capability for the Raspberry Pi. It uses the Microchip MCP2515 CAN controller with MCP2551 CAN transceiver. Connection are made via DB9 or 3 way screw terminal. Easy to install SocketCAN driver.
CAN-Bus Hacking with the Arduino Raspberry Pi, Part 2
Provide power to the raspberry PI with 5V, up to at least 1A. Host a microcontroller as an interface between our CAN-bus network and the Raspberry Pi. Use SPI or I2C for efficient communication between the HAT and the Raspberry Pi. Provide the ability to monitor and switch on/off the …
Raspberry PI - CAN BOARD
At this step, you have a Raspberry Pi setup that can be connected to any CAN bus, assuming that you know: The CAN Bus location (e. g. the connector in the car). The CAN Bus baud rate.
Raspberry Pi and CAN: Temperature Monitor - IXXAT
Simulator board. The heart of the simulator board is the MCP2515 standalone CAN controller that understands the CAN protocol and talks to the Raspberry Pi over the SPI bus. The board also has a TJA1049 CAN transceiver to translate logic voltage levels …
PiBUS - A Raspberry Pi-BMW Interface Board
1/29/2015I can't help but think that a 300MHz x86 processor is going to feel horribly slow even compared to a Raspberry Pi. Depends what you use it for I suppose. I have a Minnowboard, 1GHz Intel Atom cpu, and it struggles with things the Pi doesn't. That 86Duino is a full 700MHz slower.
CAN Bus Module Tutorial for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and
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Hacking BMW I-BUS With Raspberry PI - Mono Software
As I said in the post, Raspberry Pi isn't the best choice, but I found that lot of people use it for infotainment projects, and a part of them is to be able to read and write on CAN bus, to read car faults, or to replace wheel buttons.