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  1. THANK YOU. The problem was solved by following...

    THANK YOU.

    The problem was solved by following your advice and putting a 120 Ohm resistor on the sensor side between the CAN_H and _L lines.
  2. I am looking at the Teensy CAN board specs, and...

    I am looking at the Teensy CAN board specs, and it says it has: 120 Ohm termination resistors. Do I still need the 60 Ohm resistor on the Teensy board side?
  3. The sensor has an 8-pin plug. Two of the pins...

    The sensor has an 8-pin plug. Two of the pins are Can_H, Can_L and then Gnd. Those 3 contacts are wired into the Teensy board using 6-in wires.

    The board I am using is the SKpang board:
    ...
  4. Thank you. Just tried it but still, selecting...

    Thank you.

    Just tried it but still, selecting a CAN baudrate > 250 kbps leads to no data received on the Teensy4.1. Selecting 250kbps works.

    My code now reads:


    can1.begin();
    ...
  5. Thank you tonton81 for responding to my question...

    Thank you tonton81 for responding to my question and for your time and effort in making the library.

    I configured the sensor for 500 kbps then used the following code


    can1.begin();
    ...
  6. Teensy 4.1 CAN max baud rate using FlexCAN_T4

    This is my first ever project using the CAN bus. I am interfacing a CAN sensor to a Teensy 4.1 and the FlexCAN_T4 library.

    That sensor can be configured with CAN baudrates of up to 1000 kbps. In...
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