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    XMC4800 EtherCAT CiA402 Profile

    Hello
    Is there any example project or sample OD file (xls) for CiA402 motion profile on XMC4800? I try to modify the OD in XMC4800_Relax_EtherCat_APP_Slave_SSC example but SSC doesn't regconize the CiA402 profile, RxPDO, TxPDO.
    I am really appriciate for any help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mophong View Post
    Hello
    Is there any example project or sample OD file (xls) for CiA402 motion profile on XMC4800? I try to modify the OD in XMC4800_Relax_EtherCat_APP_Slave_SSC example but SSC doesn't regconize the CiA402 profile, RxPDO, TxPDO.
    I am really appriciate for any help!
    Hi mophong,
    we do not have an example for CiA402 Motion profiles prepared.

    Basically the process is as follows: You define your OD inside the Excel-sheet- With this you regenerate the SSC-source-code and the esi-file. Do not forget to download the esi file to the host so the slave-information on host matches your slave node implementation.

    What do you mean by "SSC doesn't recognize the CiA402 Profile"?

    btw: I believe you are an ETG member. You can check with ETG if they already have an OD file (CiA402 Profile) for their SSC stack prepared.
    The views expressed here are my personal opinions, have not been reviewed or authorized by Infineon and do not necessarily represent the views of Infineon.

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    Hi MichaelIFX,
    Thanks for your response. I am doing quite well with 5001 profile applications using sample OD but CiA402. Anyway, I will try to modify "manually" the default CiA402 example of SSC (for ET1100 actually). When Infineon have such example, please inform!
    btw: thank you for XMC4800 EtherCAT solution, I am moving from ET1100 and LAN9252 to XMC4800.

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    I have exactly same sort of issue.

    mophong, did you find a way to create OD file and make the CiA402 work? Thanks for your help!

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    Hi reTok,
    Yes I did, this is my method:
    - Use Etmas EtherCAT design tool to generate OD
    - Use SSC to generate a temporary CiA402 project
    - Refer sample CiA402 code to manually make State machine for your project
    And that's it

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    Hi Mophong,

    I have the same questions about XMC4800 CiA402.
    Can you share the LAN9252 CiA402 example?

    Any help will be appreciated.
    Thanks!

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