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The MRS Developers Studio was developed for the programming of our CAN products. Programming is carried out graphically, or in the case of complex applications, in „C code“ via the easy-to-use user interface. All CAN products have a CAN bootloader that is permanently active on the modules. A new program can be flashed at any time during operation via the bootloader. The graphical programming is similar to the FUP (function diagram) according to IEC61131. For that reason, no extensive programming knowledge is required. A basic knowledge of digital technology is sufficient to create programs with the MRS Developers Studio.
The MRS Developers Studio includes the Eagle graphical user interface and the MCU Flasher. The programming interface EAGLE by CAD-Soft is no longer part of our software. You can dowload the current version of CAD-Soft EAGLE version 8 according to your needs directly at Autodesk. Here you can decide which EAGLE license you need. You can choose between free, standard and premium-version. The MCU Flasher also supports uploading of files (.s19) which were created with Codewarrier. An individual Codewarrier license is only required if the code size exceeds 32 kB. A new .s19-File can be uploaded (flashed) via the USB-CAN interface and CAN bootloader. Compatible USB CAN interfaces are PEAK IPEH-002021, Vector VN16XX and Sontheim CANfox.
|MRS Developers Studio Bundle||MRS Developers Studio SW CD with PCAN USB Interface||1.100.100.09|
|MRS Developers Studio Light||MRS Developers Studio SW CD without PCAN USB Interface||220.127.116.11|
Review the graphical programming again and add more CAN data points to debug to output intermediate values.
Make sure that you do not use any special characters except the underscore in the designations (components, variables, nets).
First, connect the PEAK-USB adapter so that it lights up red. If it is already flashing without "MCU Flasher" open, it may already be in use by another program, e.g. from the PCAN viewer. Check for the presence of the adapter in the Windows Device Manager.
Check the supply of the module and the CAN bus connection. If a non-supplied CAN cable is used, a 120 ohm terminator may be missing. Set the correct baud rate, that means if the flashed program has an other baud rate than 125 kbit/s of the bootloader, it must be scanned at the baud rate of the program. Also, check the boot loader ID, which by default is 1FFFFFFX as a 29 bit ID. If it still can not be found, check if the module reports with the Bootloader-ID when switching on.
Check if the module has been connected correctly and found during the scan. In the module data window, the found module must be entered in the first line of "Select Module:".
Restart the module.
Scan for the module, click on "module data" in the menu bar. Then set the baud rate of the bootloader to the same baud rate as the application.